Central and Eastern European Conference on Phenomenology

June 2, 2012 - June 3, 2012
School of Religion and Philosophy, St. Petersburg University

Embankment 5
Saint Petersburg

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Natalia Pecherskaya
St. Petersburg University

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The phenomenological movement recognized from the outset its debt to Aristotle’s philosophy. As it is too well-known, this affinity has been emphasized and deepened by Martin Heidegger and by the contemporary phenomenological research in the wake of Hannah Arendt, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Paul Ricoeur etc. Alexei Chernyakov has been an eminent Russian representative of that tradition.

Nevertheless, phenomenological interpretations of Aristotle’s philosophy seem, nowadays, to be marginal, in part because of their reluctance to establish a bridge with contemporary Aristotelian scholarship and with alternative approaches to Aristotle. The conference aims at putting an end to this introverted attitude.

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