PRESENTATIONS

Organized for Browsing by General Area

(with the result that many are listed more than once)*

Hermeneutics and Phenomenology

•  Heidegger and Aristotle, Madness and Essence (2019)

–SCPT at ACPA–

•  Heidegger's Critique of Novelty (2017)

–SCPT at ACPA–

 

•  Trust; Or, On Being Claimed (2016)

–Philosophy Faculty Colloquium,

University of Minnesota, Duluth–

 

•  Whence Catholic Philosophy? (2015)

–ACPA (Sponsored Satellite Session)–

•  The Time that Consumes and the Time that Eats (2015)

–PACT–

•  Illness as Privation, Healing as Meditation (2015)

–The Heidegger Circle–

 

•  Trust and the Piety of Thought (2015)

–Philosophy Department,

University of Dallas–

•  Mitya's Amulet vs. Foucault's Preferential Option for the Suicidal (2014)

–PACT–

•  Heidegger and Freud on the Ground of Logical Negation (2014)

–CCPC–

•  The Nature of Truth as Heidegger's Self-Made Security (2013)

–Philosophy Faculty Colloquium,

Loyola Marymount University–

•  On Being and Having a Conversation: Heidegger's Dialogues (2013)

–Participants' Conference,

Collegium Phaenomenologicum–

•  Originary Truth as Heidegger's Self-Assurance (2013)

–NY Phenomenology Research Group–

•  Response to Krzysztof Ziarek's "Das Gewalt-lose Walten: Heidegger on Violence, Power, and Gentleness" (2011)

–The Heidegger Circle–

•  On Trust in Philosophy and Psychoanalysis (2011)

–"Philosophical Collaborations" (with J. Bloechl)

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale–

 

•  How Does Contemplation Really Work? (2010)

–SAGP–

Psychoanalysis and Mental Illness

•  On Basic Trust and Its Betrayal in Psychosis (2019)

–Grand Rounds, Austen Riggs Center,

Stockbridge, MA–

•  The Body of Internal Conflict (2017)

–PACT–

 

•  An Attempt at Synthesizing Psychotic Phenomena (2017)

–C/PIF, Psychology Dept., Patton State Mental Hospital,

San Bernardino, CA–

•  "I Wake and Feel the Fell of Dark, Not Day":

On Language and Betrayal in Psychotic Suffering (2017)

–Philosophy Department,

CSU Stanislaus–

 

•  Illness as Privation, Healing as Meditation (2015)

–The Heidegger Circle–

•  How Can Psychotic Responses Be Understood?

The Role of Trust and Betrayal in Psychosis (2014, twice)

–C/PIF, Patton State Mental Hospital,

San Bernardino, CA;

Grand Rounds, Dept. of Psychiatry,

Loma Linda University, CA–

•  Tales of the Drives in Freud and Aristotle (2012)

–CCPC–

 

•  Response to Richard Boothby's "The Lost Cause of Mourning" (2012)

–"After the Unthinkable" Conference,

Boston College–

 

•  On Trust in Philosophy and Psychoanalysis (2011)

–"Philosophical Collaborations" (with J. Bloechl)

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale–

Ancient Greek Philosophy

•  Heidegger and Aristotle, Madness and Essence (2019)

–SCPT at ACPA–

 

•  The Body of Internal Conflict (2017)

–PACT–

 

•  Why Friendship Justifies Becoming (2011, 2016)

–APS and ACPA–

 

•  Tales of the Drives in Freud and Aristotle (2012)

–CCPC–

 

•  How Does Contemplation Really Work? (2010)

–SAGP–

*Key to Acronyms:

SCPT = Society for Continental Philosophy and Theology

ACPA = American Catholic Philosophical Association

PACT = Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition

CCPC = Comparative and Continental Philosophy Circle

SAGP = Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy

C/PIF = Clinical/Professional Issues Forum

APS = Ancient Philosophy Society

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