Spring Creativity Conference: Creativity and Culture

April 16, 2021 - April 17, 2021
Foundation for the Philosophy of Creativity, American Institute of Philosophical and Cultural Thought and the Foundation for the Philosophy of Creativity

411 N. 9th Street
Murphysboro 62966
United States

Sponsor(s):

  • University of Wroclaw
  • University of Warsaw
  • Southern Illinois University Carbondale

All speakers:

(unaffiliated)
Emory University
Gustavus Adolphus College
Boston University
(unaffiliated)

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Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
(unaffiliated)

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The Foundation for the Philosophy of Creativity and the AIPCT are pleased to announce our third annual Spring Creativity Conference. Due to the pandemic, the conference will be held on-line. This year’s theme is Creativity and Culture, organized by AIPCT Fellow Eli Kramer. This is also part of the on-going collaboration between Southern Illinois University Carbondale and the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw, and the conference is co-sponsored by the University of Wrocław. This year’s conference has been built upon contributions to the forthcoming volume from Brill, tentatively entitled Philosophyof Culture as Theory, Method, and Way of Life, eds. Eli Kramer, Przemysław Bursztyka, Marcin Rychter, and Randall Auxier.

To attend, request a Zoom link at: personalist61@gmail.com

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Friday, April 16

12:30 PM Zofia Rosińska, University of Warsaw: “Dialectics of Creativity According to Władysław Stróżewski”

1:30 PM Przemysław Bursztyka, University of Warsaw: “Outline of an Apophatic Philosophy of Culture”

3:00 PM Rudolf Makkreel, Emory University: “How the Arts Reorient Experience and Recontextualize the World”

Saturday, April 17

12:00 PM Eli Kramer, University of Wrocław: “The Creative Virtues of Philosophy of Culture”

1:30 PM Laura Mueller, West Texas A&M University: “Modern Socratic Dialogue and Resilient Democracy: Creating the Clearing for an American Bildung

3:00 PM Robert C. Neville, Boston University: “Culture and Philosophy”

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