pradinisReligijos studijų ir tyrimų centras (RSTC) VU buvo įkurtas 1992 m. pabaigoje.

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Įvertinus atkurtosios nepriklausomos Lietuvos akademines realijas ir poreikius, buvo nutarta ne atkurti Teologijos fakultetą Vilniaus universitete (toks fakultetas jau buvo atkurtas Vytauto Didžiojo universitete), o įsteigti šiuolaikiniams Europos universitetams taip pat būdingą struktūrą – Religijos studijų ir tyrimų centrą.VU RSTC yra tarpdisciplininis, nekonfesinis  ir atskiras (akademinio kamieninio padalinio statusą turintis) struktūrinis padalinys. Nuo 1995 m. RSTC vykdoma magistro studijų programa.

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International Conference “A Century with Levinas: on the Ruins of Totality” 2006

International Conference

A CENTURY WITH LEVINAS: ON THE RUINS OF TOTALITY

Vilnius - Kaunas

Program

Monday, April 3, 2006

LEVINAS: CRISIS OF THOUGHT AND THOUGHT OF CRISIS

Morning Session (Vilnius University)

8:30-9:00             Registration

9:00-10:00           Greetings

Prof. Juozas Vidmantis Vaitkus, Vice-rector of Vilnius University

Prof. Rita Šerpytytė, Director of Center for Religious Studies and Research at Vilnius University

Dr. David Hansel, CNRS, Paris, France

10:00-11:30         Prof. David Patterson (The University of Memphis, USA)

What Makes Levinas a Jewish Thinker?

Prof. David Banon (University Marc Bloch, Strasbourg, France)

Levinas, Penseur Juif ou Juif Qui Pense?

Dr. Hanoch ben Pazi (Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel)

Beyond Forgiveness & the Impossibility Of Forgiveness

11:30-12:00         Coffee Break

12:00-13:00         Prof. Rita Šerpytytė (Vilnius University, Lithuania)

Nihilism and the Problem of Sense: Levinas

Dr. Tomas Sodeika (Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania)

On the Non-theoretical Source of Meaning

13:00-14:30         Lunch Break

Afternoon Session (Vilnius University)

14:30-16:00             Dr. Anna Yampolskaja (Russian State University for Humanities, Moscow, Russia)

Reinventing Humanism: Sartre, Heidegger, Levinas

Dr. Dalius Jonkus (Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania)

The Parallels of Sleep and Death in the Phenomenology of Levinas

Prof. Bernhard Waldenfels (Ruhr Universität, Bochum, Germany)

Hyperbolic Justice

16:00-16:30         Coffee Break

16:30-18:00         Dr. Ilya Dvorkin (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

Farewell to Parmenides: Argue Between Emmanuele Levinas and Herman Cohen Ethics and Methodics

Dr. Mintautas Gutauskas (Vilnius University, Lithuania)

Levinas’ Conception of Dialogue: the Continuation and critics of the philosophy of Dialogue

Prof. Alexei G. Chernyakov (St.-Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy, Russia)

Language Beyond Essence: a Return of Sophistic

18:00-19:00         Dinner

Tuesday, April 4, 2006

9:00                      Departure to Kaunas

10:30-13:00         Excursion in Kaunas, Levinas native town

13:00-14:30 Lunch

LEVINAS AND EXPERIENCE OF SHOAH

Afternoon Session (Kaunas University of Technology)

14:30-15:00         Greetings.

15:00-17:00         Dr. Joëlle Hansel (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

Levinas and the Presentment of the Shoah

Dr. Shmuel Wygoda (Herzog College and The Hebrew University, Israel)

Between Kovno and Slabodka: Levinas and the Lithuanian Tradition

Dr. Aušra Pažėraitė (Vilnius University, Lithuania)

Levinas: Shoah, violent Discource and Identity

16:30-17:00         Coffee Break

17:00-19:00         Prof. Jean-Michel Salanskis (Université Paris X-Nanterre, France)

Levinas and Pessimism

Prof. Alphonso Lingis (Pennsylvania State University, USA)

Detotalization and Finitude

Dr. Igor Zaitsev (High School of Religious Philosophy, Russia)

Estheticism of Pasiv Subject. Levinas and Dostojevsky

MA Nerijus Čepulis (Kaunas Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania)

Totality. Light. Goodness.

19:00-21:30         Dinner

21:30                    Returning to Vilnius  

Wednesday, April 5, 2006

LEVINAS AND THE POSSIBILITY OF ETHICS AFTER AUSCHWITZ

Morning Session (Vilnius University)

10:00-11:30         Dr. Nerijus Milerius (Vilnius University, Lithuania)

The Nostalgy of the Other: Levinas and Tarkovskij

Dr. Danutė Bacevičiūtė (Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Culture, Vilnius, Lithuania)

Mortality: muder or justice? An Interpretation of Humane Finitude in Ethical and Ontological Discourses

Prof. Algis Mickūnas (Ohio University, USA)

Equi-valent

11:30-12:00         Coffee Break

12:00-13:00             Dr. Martin Gak (New School for Social Research, New York, USA)

A first Sketch of non-cognitive ethical Realism

Prof. Richard Cohen (The University of North Carolina at Charlote, USA)

Ethics and covenant Democracy

13:00-14:30         Lunch

Afternoon Session (Vilnius University)

14:30-16:00             Prof. James E. Faulconer (Philosophy Department, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA)

„Akedah“: a levinasian reading of the binding of Isaak (Genesis 22)

Prof. Jūratė Baranova (Vilnius Pedagogical University, Lithuania)

A Fourth Anthinomy of Kant and Levinas‘ Odiseya of Subject

Dr. Audronė Žukauskaitė (Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Culture, Vilnius, Lithuania)

Is Ethics Always Impossible: Levinas with (against) Lacan

16:00-16:30         Coffee Break

16:30-18:00             Tomáš Tatransky (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland)

Am I Other for the Other? Levinas‘s Conception of Asymmetry Revisited

Benjamin Radelet (The Ethics Institute, Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

Justice as Optics? The „always already“ of Levinas‘ third party

Georges Hansel ('Université de Rouen University)

Levinas and the Question of Technique

18:00-18:30         Conclusions

18:00-19:00         Dinner

 
 
 
 
 
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