9-11 April 2014
Aesthetics of our Age. Thinking Sense, Feeling and the Body in Contemporary Modernity.
Seminar organized by The Department of Philosophy (Institutt for filosofi og førstesemesterstudier) at the University of Bergen, ( Norway) Researchgroup on Subjectivation and late Modernity in cooperation with the Institute in Rome.
The seminar in Rome in the spring of 2013 is conceived as a meetingplace for lectures, presentations and discussions between the distinguished Italian Philosopher Mario Perniola and the members of the researchgroup. The Researchgroup would like to thank Kristine Træland for her initiative in the planning of the seminar.
Presentations and reading of Papers by Various Members of the Group.
Words of welcome from the leader of DNIR Turid Seim Karlsen.
Short introductory speech by Kristine Træland on the background for the seminar.
09:45 – 10:45 h.
Chair: Hans Jacob Ohldieck
Arild Utaker, professor FoF, UiB:
Deleuzean Thinking and the Aesthetic Problems of Our Age.
11:00 – 12:30 h.
Kristine Træland (SSM, Master of Philosophy)
Hans Jacob Ohldieck (PhD, UiB)
Stein Hevrøy (SSM, Master of Philosophy, Independent Researcher)
Discussion on Mario Perniolas book 20th Century Aesthetics.
14:00 – 15:00 h.
Chair: Terje Hellesen (Novelist and Poet, Cand Philol of Philosophy) (DrArt, Associate Professor FoF):
Sounds of Subjectivity – or Resonances of Something Other?
15:15 – 16:15 h.
Chair: Remi Nilsen (Editor, Cand Philol of Philosophy)
Helge Pettersen (Associate Professor, FoF):
Nietzsche on Nihilism and Suffering, and the Sensibilities of Our Time.
10:00 – 11:00 h.
Chair: Kristin Sampson
Anna Camaiti Hostert (PhD, Philosopher and Scholar)
The Enigma of Inorganic Feeling and the Masters of Style in the Book Disgusti by Mario Perniola.
11:30 – 12:30 h.
Chair: Arild Utaker
Stian S. Grøgaard (Professor of Art Theory, Oslo National Academy of the Arts):
With Bataille and Foucault in Manet+s Studio.
Chair: Kristine Træland
Mario Perniola (Professor Tor Vergata):
Open time for: