Ki (氣) as a Phenomenology of FeelingYukiko Kuwayama (Universität Hildesheim)
CIERL: Roosevelt 17.4.004
Université Libre de Bruxelles Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 17,
Speaker: Yukiko Kuwayama (University of Hildesheim) March 14th 2018 at 2–4pm at ULB-CIERL (Room: Roosevelt 17.4.004)
The speaker will introduce a part of the main thesis in her doctoral project. The focus of her dissertation is to point out a possible connection between current debates in the philosophy of feelings (or what is called “Philosophie der Gefühle” in Germany) and the concept of Ki (Qi), a Sino-Japanese term for breath, sense, feeling, atmosphere, mood, smell, intention, etc. The concept of Ki has a broad and flexible range of meanings, including its transformative character between materiality and immateriality. It can provide a new insight into the current discussions on the phenomneology of feeling. For more info, contact Takeshi at Takeshi.Morisato@ulb.ac.be.
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