Updated conference program: “Stanley Cavell — PHILOSOPHY THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW and the Aesthetics of the Ordinary” (Paris, France)

Sandra Laugier has just sent us the final, updated conference program for the upcoming conference at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne on Stanley Cavell. Here it is:

ANR program PDA Pouvoir des arts

Center for Contemporary Philosophy – Philosophies Contemporaines (PhiCo)

Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne

International Workshop

Stanley CAVELL

PHILOSOPHY THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW

and the Aesthetics of the Ordinary

October 5-6, 2012

Friday 5 October

17:30 Session 1 : Aesthetics of the Ordinary

  • Chair: Sandra Laugier
  • William Rothman (University of Miami): « Pick Yourself Up, Dust Yourself Off, and Start All Over Again: Cavell, Astaire, Emerson »
  • Richard Shusterman (Florida Atlantic University): « Vie philosophique et esthétique de l’ordinaire : Cavell après Emerson et Thoreau »

Saturday 6 October

10:00 Session 2 : Film and the Ordinary

  • Chair: Elise Domenach
  • Marc Cerisuelo (Université Aix-Marseille): « Cavell, James et Mickey : ou pourquoi le cinéma n’est pas un art »
  • Hugo Clémot (Université Paris 1/ PhiCo): « L’expérience manquée, la critique cinématographique et Cadillac Man »

11:15 break

  • Naoko Saito (Kyoto University): « The Senses of the Ordinary in Walden »

13:00 break

14:30 Session 3 : Passionate Utterances

  • Chair: Barbara Cassin
  • Layla Raid (Université de Picardie Jules Verne, CURAPP): « Unhappy Performatives and Moral Education »
  • Daniele Lorenzini (Université Paris 12): « Performative, Passionate and Courageous Utterances. On Cavell, Foucault, and Discourse as a Force »

16:00 break

16:30 Session 4 Skepticism

  • Chair: Martine de Gaudemar
  • Elise Domenach (ENS Lyon): « L’appel au jour nouveau et le désir d’une fin du monde: figures du scepticisme ? »
  • Paul Standish (Institute of Education, University of London) « Succès de Scandale: Running Risks with Cavell and Levinas »

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