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David Carr (Emory University, USA)

"...So etwas wie Leiblichkeit." On Social Embodiment


Bret W. Davis (Loyola University. Maryland, USA)

Toward a Zen Phenomenology of Psychosomatic Practice


Rolf Elberfeld (Hildesheim, Germany)

"Kata". Embodied Movements and Self-Awakening. ("Kata". Verkörperte Bewegungen und Selbst-Erwachen)


Hans Feger (Free University Berlin, Germany)

Friedrich Nietzsche: Thinking als Listening to my Living Body


Yvonne Förster (Lüneburg, Germany)

Imaginations of Intelligence: Embodiment and Disembodiment in Contemporary Cinema


Tonino Griffero (Rom, Italien)

Felt-Bodily Resonances: Towards a Pathic Aesthetic


Hilge Landweer (Free University Berlin, Germany)

Mass Emotion and Shared Feelings


Hermann Schmitz (Kiel, Germany)

Leib und leibliche Kommunikation (Eröffnungsvortrag)


Jan Slaby (Free University Berlin, Germany)

Living in the Moment: Boredom and the Meaning of Existence in Heidegger and Pessoa


Tanja Stähler (University of Sussex, UK)

Pregnant Embodiment as World Transformation


Bernhard Waldenfels (Bochum and Munich, Germany)

Der Leib als Umschlagstelle zwischen Natur und Kultur (Abschlussvortrag)


Maren Wehrle (KU Leuven, Husserl Archives, Belgien)

The normative body and the embodiment of norms. Bridging the gap between phenomenological and Foucauldian approaches


Mark Wrathall (University of Calif. Riverside, USA)

"I" "here" and "you" "there": Heidegger on existential spatiality and the "volatilized" self


Dan Zahavi (University of Copenhagen, Dänemark)

Intersubjectivity, sociality, community: The role of embodiment


Chong-Fuk Lau (Chinese University of Hong Kong, China)

On the Possibility of a Disembodied Mind


Saulius Geniusas (CUHK, Hong Kong)

Phenomenology of Embodied Personhood and the Challenges of Naturalism in Pain Research


Volker Heubel (Tongji University in Shanghai)

Dwelling as culture of atmospheres viewed from the perspective of East-Asian tea spaces


Kohji Ishihara (University of Tokyo, Japan)

Common Sense and Embodiment. Revisiting the Phenomenological Psychopathology of Blankenburg, Stanghellini, and Kimura on Schizophrenia and Depersonalization


Leung Po Shan (Hongkong Baptist University, China)

From the analysis of the political embodiment in Heidegger's Black Notebooks to a brief comparison with Confucianism


Junichi Murata (Rissho University, Japan)

What are senses and sense modalities?— From a viewpoint of an ecological phenomenology


Tae-Hee Kim (Konkuk University, Seoul, Korea)

A Situation-Hypothesis about Asymmetries of Perceptual Span: A Front-loaded Phenomenological Essay


Toru Tani (Ritsumeikan University, Japan)

Body, Language and Mediality


Tze-wan Kwan (Chinese University of Hongkong, China)

Bodily Dasein and the Chinese Script


Wang Wen-Sheng (National Chengchi University, Taiwan)

Heidegger on the Problem of Embodiment of God


Christian Helmut Wenzel (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)

Zhuangzi and the New Phenomenology

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