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Monday, May 22, 2017

Workshop "The Good Life and the Art of Feeling: Emotions as Skills in Chinese and Graeco-Roman Ethics"

(via Warp, Weft, and Way: Chinese and Comparative Philosophy 中國哲學與比較哲學)

Venue:
Institute for Philosophy, University of Bern

Date:
June 7, 2017 - June 9, 2017


Agenda:

Wednesday, June 7

The Comparative Perspective. Introductory Remarks. 
David Machek, Richard King and Anders Sydskjør, University of Berne

9–10 Passion and Politics in Plato and Xunzi. Some remarks.
Richard King, University of Berne 

Znüni (Coffee Break)

10.30–11.30 Aristotle on Eating Sweets in Theatre and Akrasia.
David Machek, University ofBerne

11.30–12.30 The Epistemic Value of Emotions. 
Fabrice Teroni, University of Geneva

Zmittag (Lunch and Rest)

14–15 Cèyĭn in the Mencius.
Winnie Sung, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

15–16 Naturalness and Excessiveness of Emotions in Cicero and the Peripatetics.
Georgia Tsouni, University of Berne

Zvieri (Coffee Break)

16.30–17.30 A Besire Theory of Action: The Significance of Wang Yangming's Liangzhi (Good Knowledge). 
Yong Huang, Chinese University of Hong kong

17.30–18.30 The Relation between Logos and Pathos in Evagrius's Praktikos. 
Kelly Harrison, University of Fribourg

Thursday, June 8

8–9 How Not to Feel What There Is to Feel: Cynic Apatheia, Atomist Ataraxia, Stoic Apatheia. 
Margaret Graver, Dartmouth College

9–10 Zhuangzi's Doctrine of No-Emotions. 
David Chai, Chinese University of Hong kong

10–11 Active Emotions in Stoicism: Feeling as a Kind of Doing. 
Brad Inwood, Yale University

Znüni (Coffee Break)

11.30–12.30 Responsiveness
(Ying) in Performance: A Relational Account of Self and World in the Zhuangzi. 
Karyn Lai, University of New South Wales, Sydney

12.30–13.30 How Passions
Give Way to Emotions in Stoicism. 
Vladimír Mikeš, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague

Zmittag (Lunch and Rest)



Friday, June 9

8–9 Past Pleasures and Epicurean Handling of Time.
Karel Thein, Charles University, Prague

9–10 Was Xunzi a Xunzian? Emotions, Skill and Models of Self-Realization in Xunzi. 
Curie Virág, University of Toronto

10–11 The Sceptic's Feelings: Sextus Empiricus on Suspensive Ataraxia and Metriopatheia. 
Máté Veres, Central European University / University of Hamburg

Znüni (Coffee Break)

11.30–12.30 The Role of the Negative Emotions in Thinking.
Michael Nylan, University of California, Berkeley

12.30–13.30 Mind as Ruler of the Feelings?: Skilled Feelings in Chinese and Greek Ruler-Ruled Mind-Body Metaphors.
Lisa Raphals, University of California, Riverside

Zmittag (Lunch and Farewell)

See more information here:
http://warpweftandway.com/workshop-emotions-chinese/
http://www.philosophie.unibe.ch/research/projects/feeling/index_eng.html

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