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1 Appendices

2 Programs of the Collegium Phaenomenologicum ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING Informal Talks Emmanuel Levinas Werner Marx Seminars Jeffner Allen Samuel IJsseling Bernd Jaeger Giuseppina Moneta J.H. Nota Reiner Schiirmann Thomas Sheehan Carlo Sini Jacques Taminiaux Michael Zimmerman Husserl's Philosophical Anthropology Heidegger's Die Grundprobleme der Phiinomenologie Towards a Phenomenology of the Passions The Teleology of Cognitive Experience Max Scheler on His Phenomenological Method The Ontological Difference and Political Philosophy Heidegger and die Sache selbst Phenomenology and the Foundation of Human Sciences Being in Husserl and Heidegger Heidegger, Nietzsche and Authentic Temporality 1977 Topic: Husserl Director: Jose Huertas-Jourda Guest Lectures Edward Ballard The Relation between Lived Time and Objective Time J.e. Sallis, G. Moneta and J. Taminiaux (eds.), The Collegium Phaenomenologicum, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

3 322 Rudolf Berlinger Emmanuel Levinas Thomas Sheehan Stephan Strasser Courses Jeffner Allen Rudolf Bernet Richard Holmes Robert Jordan Eduard Marbach John Mayer William McKenna Dallas Willard Specially Arranged Lectures William McKenna Carlo Sini Jacques Taminiaux Informal Presentations Samuel IJsseling Alexandre Metraux Seminars Thomas Clifton Jose Huertas-Jourda Samuel IJsseling Robert Jordan J.N. Kaufman Alexandre Metraux Giuseppina Moneta The Collegium Phaenomenologicum Die philosophische Rehabilitation der Krankheit Phenomenologie et Eveil Heidegger, Aristotle, and Phenomenology The Ideal of God in the Later Philosophy of Husserl Workshop in Husserl Husserl's Theory of Knowledge Husserl's Cartesian Meditations Transcendental Philosophy as the Ideal of Phenomenology The Method of Transcendental Phenomenology Transcendental Philosophy as the Ideal of Phenomenology Practice in Phenomenology Husserl's Early Philosophy Phenomenological btox'l'i and the Neutrality Modification Phenomenology in Italy Today Immanence and Transcendence in The Idea of Phenomenology Current Work at the Husser! Archiv Leuven Gurwitsch's Social Theory The Notion of Temporal 'Intercut' On the Two 'Foundations' According to Husserl - the Epistemological or Legitimizing, and Occasional or Actualizing Heidegger and Phenomenology The Transcendental Ego as 'Being-in-the-World' Phenomenology of Personal Identity Phenomenology of Pre-linguistic Experience On the Early Husserl's Theory of the Sciences The Phenomenological Way to Cognitive Certainty

4 Programs J.H. Nota John O'Neil Tom Rockmore Thomas Seebohm Herbert Spiegelberg Dallas Willard 323 The Unity of Life, Method and Doctrine in M. Scheler's Phenomenology The Mutuality of Accounts: On the Relationship between Common Sense and Scientific Knowledge of Society Fichte, Husserl and Philosophical Science The Problem of Human Studies in Husserl's Late Philosophy The Significance of the Brentano-Husserl Correspondence Husserl's Critique of Extentional Logic 1978 Topic: Heidegger Director: Thomas Sheehan Lecture Courses David Krell Reiner Schiirmann Jacques Taminiaux Ernst Vollrath Logic, Language, Logos Heidegger and the Destruction of the History of Ontology The Origin of the Work of Art Time in the Tradition and Temporality in Being and Time Guest Lectures Jeffner Allen Andre de Konig Hans-Georg Gadamer Samuel IJsseling Bernd Jaeger J. Kohn David Kolb David Krell Werner Marx William Richardson, S.J. G. Rota Reiner Schiirmann Hugh Silverman Madness and the Poet Suspicion and Delusion On Phenomenology Heidegger and the Question of Time Dionysus and the World of Passion Heidegger, Hannah Arendt and the Will Hegel and Heidegger as Critics The Lichtung in Transition Heidegger and the Task of Thought The Mirror Inside: The Problem of the Self (Heidegger and Lacan) The Problem of InduCtive Logic Anti-Humanism: Marx, Nietzsche, Heidegger The Limits of Logocentrism (On the Way to Grammatology)

5 324 Special Seminars David Krell Giuseppina Moneta Gianmaria Polidoro Thomas Sheehan Italian Colloquium Alberto Caracciolo Hans-Georg Gadamer Carlo Sini Gianni Vattimo V. Vitiello Heraclitus, Logos Fragment Heidegger's 'The Thing' Language and the Body Being and Time, section 7 The Collegium Phaenomenologicum Heidegger e il nichilismo (Heidegger and Nihilism) Heidegger e la fenomenologia (Heidegger and Phenomenology) Heidegger e il problema del Segno (Heidegger and the Problem of Sign) II pensare e il fondamento (Thought and Ground) II problema del tempo in Heidegger e Hegel (The Problem of Time in Heidegger and Hegel) 1979 Topic: Merleau-Ponty Director: Jacques Taminiaux Lecture Courses Thomas Busch Amedeo Giorgi David Krell Alphonso Lingis Seminars 0. Davis John Heaton Samuel IJsseling Tom Rockmore John Sallis Hugh Silverman Robert Solomon Stephan Strasser Bernhard Waldenfels The Cogito in Merleau-Ponty's Philosophy The Psychology of Merleau-Ponty Language and 'Le chiasm' Sensation in Merleau-P9nty Merleau-Ponty and Metaphysics Merleau-Ponty and Psychotherapy Phenomenology and Structuralism Merleau-Ponty, Marx, and Marxism The Thing and the Natural World The Interrogation of Language Merleau-Ponty and the Relationship between Phenomenology and Anthropology The Otherness of the Other interpreted by Merleau-Ponty and Levinas The Silent Cogito and the Speaking Subject

6 Programs Guest Lectures Jeffner Allen Bernard Dauenhauer John Heaton Stephan Strasser Bernhard Waldenfels Stephen Watson Gurwitsch Day Lectures Lester Embree (read by Alexandre Metraux) Richard Grathoff and Wolters, P. William McKenna Through the Wild Region: An Essay in Phenomenological Feminism Silence and Merleau-Ponty The Phenomenology of Eyestrain Temporality in Levinas and MerIeau-Ponty Phenomenon and Structure in MerIeau-Ponty Pretexts: Language, Perception and the Cogito How the Paths of Gurwitsch and MerIeau-Ponty Intersected Gurwitsch's Notion of Milieu Objects, Appearance, and Privileged Perception in Gurwitsch, HusserI, and Merleau-Ponty Topic: Studies in Hermeneutics and Interpretation Director: Jeffner Allen Seminars Anna Cazzullo Andre de Konig Thomas Flynn Hans-Georg Gadamer Michel Haar John Heaton K. Heiges S. Kvale Giuseppina Moneta J.H. Nota Ricoeur and Hermeneutics On Interpretation in Psychotherapy Sartre Sprache, Schrift, Lesen Truth and Method The Heideggerian Critique of Husserlian Phenomenology Freud's and Heidegger's Interpretation of Slips of the Tongue Understanding, Reciprocity, and Certainty in the Philosophy of W. Dilthey The Relevance of Hermeneutics for the Interpretation of Qualitative Research Interviews in Psychology The Object and the Thing: from Phenomenology to Thought Max Scheler's Solidarism or Prophetic Socialism

7 326 Clyde Pax J ames Risser Karl Schuhmann Reiner Schiirmann Thomas Seebohm Christopher Smith Kathleen Wright The Collegium Phaenomenologicum Ricoeur's Philosophy of the Will: A Textual Exegesis Truth in Art: Gadamer's Criticism of Kant's Aesthetics R. Boehm's Kritik der Grundlagen des gegenwiirtigen Zeitalters Phenomenology and Ethics Issues in Hermeneutics Gadamer's Hermeneutics and Moral Theory Ein Gespriich sind wir...,' on Conversations 1981 Topic: Phenomenology and Aesthetics Director: John Sallis Courses David Krell Hugh Silverman Joan Stambaugh Jacques Taminiaux Seminars Anne Ashbaugh Walter Brogan Martin Dillon Veronique F6ti Michel Haar Samuel IJsseling Theodore Kisiel Guiseppina Moneta William Richardson, S.J. Andre Schuwer Charles Scott Thomas Sheehan Joan Stambaugh Aesthetics Male and Female: Derrida on Heidegger on Nietzsche on Kant on the Beautiful Merleau-Ponty, Eye and Mind Nietzsche, The Birth of Tragedy Heidegger, The Origin of the Work of Art Merleau-Ponty, Metaphysics and the Novel Heidegger's Interpretation of Plato in Nietzsche Merleau-Ponty, Indirect Language and the Voices of Silence Merleau-Ponty, The Visible and the Invisible Nietzsche, The Will to Power as Art Philosophy as Work: A Reading of The Origin of the Work of Art Heidegger's Overcoming of Aesthetics Intuition, Expression, Language in Croce's Aesthetics Heidegger, On the Essence of Truth Merleau-Ponty, Cezanne's Doubt Heidegger, Poetically Man Dwells Heidegger, On the Being and Concept of Physis Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra

8 Programs David Wood William Wurzer Derrida, The Retrait of Metaphor Kant, Critique of Judgment 1982 Topic: Phenomenology and the End of Metaphysics Director: John Sallis Courses Robert Bernasconi John Sallis Jacques Taminiaux David Wood Seminars Anne Ashbaugh Bernard Dauenhauer Parvis Emad Veronique F6ti Samuel IJsseling David Kolb David Krell Rudolf Makkreel Giuseppina Moneta Adriaan Peperzak Andre Schuwer The Ends of Metaphysics and Another Beginning Phenomenology at the End of Metaphysics Heidegger and Hegel Writing at the Edge of Metaphysics Heidegger, Plato's Doctrine of Truth Heidegger, The Thing Hegel in Heidegger's Being and Time Heidegger, Recollection in Metaphysics Heidegger and the Destruction of Ontology Heidegger, Letter on Humanism Heidegger, The End of Metaphysics Temporality and History in Dilthey and Heidegger: Some Comments on Heidegger's Being and Time The End of Ratio Heidegger, Hegel and the Greeks Derrida and Hegel Topic: Phenomenology and Language Director: Robert Bernasconi 1983 Courses David Allison Rudolf Bernet John Llewelyn Adriaan Peperzak Derrida's Speech and Phenomena Husserrs first Logical Investigation Derrida's 'Violence and Metaphysics' Levinas' Otherwise than Being or Beyond Essence

9 328 Seminars Robert Bernasconi Edward Casey Pietro D'Oriano Parvis Emad Veronique Foti Michel Haar Samuel IJsseling Giuseppina Moneta Andre Schuwer Charles Scott The Collegium Phaenomenologicum Levinas and the Silent World of the Evil Genius Levinas 'On the Trail of the Other' Representational Difference Heidegger on Husserl on Signs: Being and Time, section 17 Derrida's 'Plato's Pharmacy' Language and Silence in Heidegger On Reading and Writing Heidegger's Dialogue on Language Derrida's 'Differance' Heidegger's Letter on Humanism 1984 Topic: Phenomenology and the Crisis of Reason Director: Parvis Emad Courses Robert Bernasconi David Krell Charles Scott Hugh Silverman Seminars Rudolf Bernet Steven Davis Parvis Emad Joseph Fell Rodolphe Gasche Samuel IJsseling Giuseppina Moneta Thomas Nenon John Sallis Thomas Sheehan Jacques Taminiaux Heidegger, Technology, the Danger and the Turning The Crisis of Reason in 19th Century Thought Foucault: Reason in Question Textuality and the Crisis of Reason On Husserl's Origin of Geometry Art and Reason in Foucault Nietzsche on Truth and Lie Heidegger's Dispute with Ernst Junger 'Mise en Abyme': The Concept of Infinity in Derrida and Hegel Questions Concerning a Phenomenology of Reading The Limits of Reason in Husserl's Crisis Philosophy as a Rigorous Science Reason and Ek-sistence Heidegger's Reading of LOGOS in Aristotle's Peri Hermeneias The Genesis of the Theoretical Attitude in the Early Heidegger; The Issue of Perception

10 Programs Topic: Thinking after Heidegger Director: Charles Scott Courses Robert Bernasconi William Richardson, S.J. John Sallis David Wood Levinas: Dwelling and the Face Thought and Desire The End of Philosophy and the Beginning of Thought Following Derrida Seminars John D. Caputo Edward Casey Franco Ferrarotti Eugene Gendlin David Krell Kenneth Maly Mary Rawlinson Andre Schuwer Charles Scott Hugh Silverman Jacques Taminiaux Mark Taylor Releasement and the End of Metaphysics The Place of the Work of Art Orientional Crisis in the Social Sciences Non-logical Moves Vorstellendes Denken: A Representation Parmenides: Circle of Disclosure, Circle of Possibility Reading Derrida, Reading Metaphysics Derrida's Reading of Freud Destruction and the Middle Voice in Being and Time The Self-overcoming of Nietzsche's Thought Derrida and the Theory of Textuality Heidegger and the Greeks in the Early Period Blanchot: Philosophy-Art/Time-Space

11 Participants in the Collegium Phaenomenologicum Allen,leffner Allison, David Ashbaugh, Anne Ballard, Edward Berlinger, Rudolf Bernasconi, Robert Bernet, Rudolf Brogan, Walter Husserl's Philosophical Anthropology (Seminar, 1976) Workshop in Husserl (Course, 1977) Madness and the Poet (Guest Lecture, 1978) Through the Wild Region: An Essay in Phenomenological Feminism (Guest Lecture, 1979) Derrida's Speech and Phenomena (Course, 1983) Merleau-Ponty, Metaphysics and the Novel (Seminar, 1981) Heidegger, Plato's Doctrine of Truth (Seminar, 1982) The Relation between Lived Time and Objective Time (Guest Lecture, 1977) Die philosophische Rehabilitation der Krankheit (Guest Lecture, 1977) The Ends of Metaphysics and Another Beginning (Course, 1982) Levinas and the Silent World of the Evil Genius (Seminar, 1983) Heidegger, Technology, the Danger and the Turning (Course, 1984) Levinas: Dwelling and the Face (Course, 1985) Husserl's Theory of Knowledge (Course, 1977) Husserl's first Logical Investigation (Course, 1983) On Husserl's Origin of Geometry (Seminar, 1984) Heidegger's Interpretation of Plato in Nietzsche (Seminar, 1981) J.e. Sallis, G. Moneta and J. Taminiaux (eds.), The Collegium Phaenomenologicum, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

12 332 Busch, Thomas Caputo, John D. Caracciolo, Alberto Casey, Edward Cazzullo, Anna Clifton, Thomas Dauenhauer, Bernard Davis, O. Davis, Steven de Konig, Andre Dillon, Martin D'Oriano, Pietro Emad, Parvis Embree, Lester (read by Alexandre Metraux) Fell, Joseph Ferrarotti, Franco Flynn, Thomas Foti, Veronique Gadamer, Hans-Georg The Collegium Phoenomenologicum The Cogito in MerIeau-Ponty's Philosophy (Lecture Course, 1979) Releasement and the End of Metaphysics (Seminar, 1985) Heidegger e il nichilismo (Heidegger and Nihilism) (Italian Colloquium, 1978) Levinas 'On the Trail of the Other' (Seminar, 1983) The Place of the Work of Art (Seminar, 1985) Ricoeur and Hermeneutics (Seminar, 1980) The Notion of Temporal 'Intercut' (Seminar, 1977) Silence and MerIeau-Ponty (Guest Lecture, 1979) Heidegger, The Thing (Seminar, 1982) MerIeau-Ponty and Metaphysics (Seminar, 1979) Art and Reason in Foucault (Seminar, 1984) Suspicion and Delusion (Guest Lecture, 1978) On Interpretation in Psychotherapy (Seminar, 1980) MerIeau-Ponty, Indirect Language and the Voices of Silence (Seminar, 1981) Representational Difference (Seminar, 1983) Hegel in Heidegger's Being and Time (Seminar, 1982) Heidegger on HusserI on Signs: Being and Time, section 17 (Seminar, 1983) Nietzsche on Truth and Lie (Seminar, 1984) How the Paths of Gurwitsch and Merleau-Ponty Intersected (Gurwitsch Day Lecture, 1979) Heidegger's Dispute with Ernst Junger (Seminar, 1984) Orientional Crisis in the Social Sciences (Seminar, 1985) Sartre (Seminar, 1980) MerIeau-Ponty, The Visible and the Invisible (Seminar, 1981) Heidegger, Recollection in Metaphysics (Seminar, 1982) Derrida's 'Plato's Pharmacy' (Seminar, 1983) On Phenomenology (Guest Lecture, 1978) Heidegger e la fenomenologia (Heidegger and Phenomenology) (Italian Colloquium, 1978)

13 Participants Gasche, Rodolphe Gendlin, Eugene Giorgi, Amedeo Grathoff, Richard and Wolters, P. Haar, Michel Heaton, John Heiges, Kenneth Holmes, Richard Huertas-Jourda, Jose IJsseling, Samuel 333 Sprache, Schrift, Lesen (Seminar, 1980) Truth and Method (Seminar, 1980) 'Mise en Abyme': The Concept of Infinity in Derrida and Hegel (Seminar, 1984) Non-logical Moves (Seminar, 1985) The Psychology of Merleau-Ponty (Lecture Course, 1979) Gurwitsch's Notion of Milieu (Gurwitsch Day Seminar, 1979) The Heideggerian Critique of Husserlian Phenomenology (Seminar, 1980) Nietzsche, The Will to Power as Art (Seminar, 1981) Language and Silence in Heidegger (Seminar, 1983) Merleau-Ponty and Psychotherapy (Seminar, 1979) The Phenomenology of Eyestrain (Guest Lecture, 1979) Freud's and Heidegger's Interpretation of Slips of the Tongue (Seminar, 1980) Understanding, Reciprocity, and Certainty in the Philosophy of W. Dilthey (Seminar, 1980) Husserl's Cartesian Meditations (Course, 1977) On the Two 'Foundations' According to Husserl - The Epistemological or Legitimizing, and Occasional or Actualizing (Seminar, 1977) Heidegger's Die Grundprobleme der Phiinomenologie (Seminar, 1976) Current Work at the Hlisserl Archief Leuven (Informal Presentation, 1977) Heidegger and Phenomenology (Seminar, 1977) Heidegger and the Question of Time (Guest Lecture, 1978) Phenomenology and Structuralism (Seminar, 1979) Philosophy as Work: A Reading of The Origin of the Work of Art (Seminar, 1981) Heidegger and the Destruction of Ontology (Seminar, 1982) On Reading and Writing (Seminar, 1983)

14 334 IJsseling, Samuel Jaeger, Bernd Jordan, Robert W. Kaufman, J.N. Kisiel, Theodore Kohn, J. Kolb, David Krell, David Kvale, S. Levinas, Emmanuel Lingis, Alphonso The Collegium Phoenomenologicum Questions Concerning a Phenomenology of Reading (Seminar, 1984) Towards a Phenomenology of the Passions (Seminar, 1976) Dionysus and the World of Passion (Guest Lecture, 1978) Transcendental Philosophy as the Ideal of Phenomenology (Course, 1977) The Transcendental Ego as 'Being-in-the-World' (Seminar, 1977) Phenomenology of Personal Identity (Seminar, 1977) Phenomenology of Pre-linguistic Experience (Seminar, 1977) Heidegger's Overcoming of Aesthetics (Seminar, 1981) Heidegger, Hannah Arendt and the Will (Guest Lecture, 1978) Hegel and Heidegger as Critics (Guest Lecture, 1978) Heidegger, Letter on Humanism (Seminar, 1982) Logic, Language, Logos (Lecture Course, 1978) The Lichtung in Transition (Guest ~ecture, 1978) Heraclitus, Logos Fragment (Special Seminar, 1978) Language and 'Le chiasm' (Lecture Course, 1979) Aesthetics Male and Female: Derrida on Heidegger on Nietzsche on Kant on the Beautiful (Course, 1981) Heidegger, The End of Metaphysics (Seminar, 1982) The Crisis of Reason in 19th Century Thought (Course, 1984) Vorstellendes Denken: A Representation (Seminar, 1985) The Relevance of Hermeneutics for the Interpretation of Qualitative Research Interviews in Psychology (Seminar, 1980) Phenomenologie et Eveil (Guest Lecture, 1977) Sensation in Merleau-Ponty (Lecture Course, 1979)

15 Participants Llewelyn, John Derrida's 'Violence and Metaphysics' (Course, 1983) Makkreel, Rudolph Temporality and History in Dilthey and Heidegger: Some Comments on Heidegger's Being and Time (Seminar, 1982) Maly, Kenneth Parmenides: Circle of Disclosure, Circle of Possibility (Seminar, 1985) Marbach, Eduard The Method of Transcendental Phenomenology (Course, 1977) Marx, Werner Heidegger and the Task of Thought (Lecture, 1978) Mayer, John Transcendental Philosophy as the Ideal of Phenomenology (Course, 1977) McKenna, William Practice in Phenomenology (Course, 1977) Phenomenological btoxtj and the Neutrality Modification (Specially Arranged Lecture, 1977) Objects, Appearance, and Privileged Perception in Gurwitsch, Husserl and Merleau-Ponty (Gurwitsch Day Lecture, 1979) Metraux, Alexandre Gurwitsch's Social Theory (Informal Presentation, 1977) On the Early Husserl's Theory of the Sciences (Seminar, 1977) Moneta, Giuseppina The Teleology of Cognitive Experience (Seminar, 1976) The Phenomenological Way to Cognitive Certainty (Seminar, 1977) Heidegger's 'The Thing' (Special Seminar, 1978) The Object and the Thing: from Phenomenology to Thought (Seminar, 1980) Intuition, Expression, Language in Croce's Aesthetics (Seminar, 1981) The End of Ratio (Seminar, 1982) Heidegger's Dialogue on Language (Seminar, 1983) The Limits of Reason in Husserl's Crisis (Seminar, 1984) Nenon, Thomas Philosophy as a Rigorous Science (Seminar, 1984) Nota, J.H. Max Scheler on His Phenomenological Method (Seminar, 1976)

16 336 The Collegium Phoenomenoiogicum O'Neil, John Pax, Clyde Peperzak, Adriaan Polidoro, Gianmaria Rawlinson, Mary The Unity of Life, Method and Doctrine in M. Scheler's Phenomenology (Seminar, 1977) Max Scheler's Solidarism or Prophetic Socialism (Seminar, 1980) The Mutuality of Accounts: On the Relationship between Common Sense and Scientific Knowledge of Society (Seminar, 1977) Ricoeur's Philosophy of the Will: A Textual Exegesis (Seminar, 1980) Heidegger, Hegel and the Greeks (Seminar, 1982) Levinas' Otherwise than Being or Beyond Essence (Course, 1983) Language and the Body (Special Seminar, 1978) Reading Derrida, Reading Metaphysics (Seminar, 1985) Richardson, William, S.J. The Mirror Inside: The Problem of the Self (Heidegger and Lacan) (Guest Lecture, 1978) Heidegger, On the Essence of Truth (Seminar, 1981) Risser, James Rockmore, Tom Rota, G. Sallis, Johri Schuhmann, Karl Schurmann, Reiner Thought and Desire (Course, 1985) Truth in Art: Gadamer's Criticism of Kant's Aesthetics (Seminar, 1980) Fichte, Husserl and Philosophical Science (Seminar, 1977) Merleau-Ponty, Marx, and Marxism (Seminar, 1979) The Problem of Inductive Logic (Guest Lecture, 1978) The Thing and the Natural World (Seminar, 1979) Phenomenology at the End of Metaphysics (Course, 1982) Reason and Ek-sistence (Seminar, 1984) The End of Philosophy and the Beginning of Thought (Course, 1985) R. Boehm's Kritik der Grundlagen des gegenwiirtigen Zeitalters (Seminar, 1980) The Ontological Difference and Political Philosophy (Seminar, 1976) Heidegger and the Destruction of the History of Ontology (Lecture Course, 1978)

17 Participants Schuwer, Andre Scott, Charles Seebohm, Thomas Anti-Humanism: Marx, Nietzsche, Heidegger, (Guest Lecture, 1978) Phenomenology and Ethics (Seminar, 1980) Merleau-Ponty, Cezanne's Doubt (Seminar, 1981) Derrida and Hegel (Seminar, 1982) Derrida's 'Differance' (Seminar, 1983) Derrida's Reading of Freud (Seminar, 1985) Heidegger, Poetically Man Dwells (Seminar, 1981) Heidegger's Letter on Humanism (Seminar, 1983) Foucault: Reason in Question (Course, 1984) Destruction and the Middle Voice in Being and Time (Seminar, 1985) The Self-overcoming of Nietzsche's Thought (Seminar, 1985) The Problem of Human Studies in Husserl's Late Philosophy (Seminar, 1977) Issues in Hermeneutics (Seminar, 1980) Sheehan, Thomas Heidegger and die Sache selbst (Seminar, 1976) Heidegger, Aristotle, and Phenomenology (Guest Lecture, 1977) Being and Time, section 7 (Special Seminar, 1978) Heidegger, On the Being and Concept of Physis (Seminar, 1981) Heidegger's Reading of LOGOS in Aristotle's Peri Hermeneias (Seminar, 1984) Silverman, Hugh Sini, Carlo The Limits of Logocentrism (On the Way to Grammatology) (Guest Lecture, 1978) The Interrogation of Language (Seminar, 1979) Merleau-Ponty, Eye and Mind (Course, 1981) Textuality and the Crisis of Reason (Course, 1984) Derrida and the Theory of Textuality (Seminar, 1985) Phenomenology and the Foundation of Human Sciences (Seminar, 1976) Phenomenology in Italy Today (Specially Arranged Lecture, 1977)

18 338 Sini, Carlo Smith, Christopher Solomon, Robert Spiegelberg, Herbert Stambaugh, Joan Strasser, Stephan Taminiaux, Jacques Taylor, Mark Vattimo, Gianni Vitiello, V. Vollrath, Ernst The Collegium Phoenomenologicum Heidegger e il problema del Segno (Heidegger and the Problem of Sign) (Italian Colloquium, 1978) Gadamer's Hermeneutics and Moral Theory (Seminar, 1980) Merleau-Ponty and the Relationship between Phenomenology and Anthropology (Seminar, 1979) The Significance of the Brentano-Husserl Correspondence (Seminar, 1977) Nietzsche, The Birth of Tragedy (Course, 1981) Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra (Seminar, 1981) The Ideal of God in the Later Philosophy of Husserl (Guest Lecture, 1977) The Otherness of the Other interpreted by Merleau-Ponty and Levinas (Seminar, 1979) Temporality in Levinas and Merleau-Ponty (Guest Lecture, 1979) Being in Husserl and Heidegger (Seminar, 1976) Immanence and Transcendence in The Idea of Phenomenology (Specially Arranged Lecture, 1977) The Origin of the Work of Art (Lecture Course, 1978) Heidegger, The Origin of the Work of Art (Course, 1981) Heidegger and Hegel (Course, 1982) The Genesis of the Theoretical Attituoe in the Early Heidegger; The Issue of Perception (Seminar, 1984) Heidegger and the Greeks in the Early Period (Seminar, 1985) Blanchot: Philosophy-Art/Time-Space (Seminar, 1985) II pens are e il fondamento (Thought and Ground) (Italian Colloquium, 1978) II problema del tempo in Heidegger e Hegel (The Problem of Time in Heidegger and Hegel) (Italian Colloquium, 1978) Time in the Tradition and Temporality in Being and Time (Lecture Course, 1978)

19 Participants Waldenfels, Bernhard Watson, Stephen Willard, Dallas Wolters, P. and Grathoff, Richard Wood, David Wright, Kathleen Wurzer, William Zimmerman, Michael 339 The Silent Cogito and the Speaking Subject (Seminar, 1979) Phenomenon and Structure in Merleau-Ponty (Guest Lecture, 1979) Pretexts: Language, Perception and the Cogito (Guest Lecture, 1979) Husserl's Early Philosophy (Course, 1977) Husserl's Critique of Extensional Logic (Seminar, 1977) Gurwitsch's Notion of Milieu (Gurwitsch Day Lecture, 1979) Derrida, The Retrait of Metaphor (Seminar, 1981) Writing at the Edge of Metaphysics (Course, 1982) Following Derrida (Course, 1985) Ein Gespriich sind wir...: on Conversations (Seminar, 1980) Kant, Critique of Judgment (Seminar, 1981) Heidegger, Nietzsche and Authentic Temporality (Seminar, 1976)

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