Everydayness and Mediality in Japanese Philosophy
Organized by the College of Fellows (CIIS), Tübingen University and the Society for Intercultural Philosophy (GIP)
February 11, 2022
Can everyday life be a source of knowledge? Philosophers such as Miki Kiyoshi, Tosaka Jun, Nakai Masakazu and Nakamura Yūjirō tried to rehabilitate the role of common sense and everydayness in political action and knowledge production. In this workshop we will try to read together texts of these philosophers to discuss collectively the importance of everydayness for philosophy.
8:30 Presentation by Fernando Wirtz
9:00 Yoko Arisaka (Miki)
10:00 Stephen Lofts (Nakai and Miki)
11:00 Nobuyuki Matsui (Nakamura)
13:00 Kenn Nakata Steffensen (Miki)
14:00 Leon Krings (Nakai)
15:00 Fabian Schäfer (Tosaka)
The event is online and the participation is free of charge.
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