International workshop – Immanence and Transcendence in Deleuzean Metaphysics

International workshop – Immanence and Transcendence in Deleuzean Metaphysics (Ghent University), 11&12 April 2013

VENUE: KANTL (Koninklijke Academie voor Nederlandse Taal- en Letterkunde), Koningstraat 18, 9000 Ghent, Belgium.

WEBSITEhttp://www.deleuzeanmetaphysics2013.ugent.be/

PROGRAMME

Thursday 11th April

9-9.30am: registration+coffee
9.30-10.45am: Patrice Haynes (Liverpool Hope University) – The Problem of Reciprocal Determination in Deleuze’s Immanentism
10.45-12am: Florian Vermeiren (Ghent University)- Deleuze’s Two Planes: Two Ontologies Evaluated with an Ethical Criterion for Immanence

12-1.30pm: lunch

1.30-3pm: Keynote lecture: Véronique Bergen – Virtuality as the Limit of Immanence.
An Examination of the Deleuzian Choice for Continuity.
3-4.15pm: Piotrek Swiatkowski (Radboud University Nijmegen/ Avans University for Applied Sciences, Den Bosch) – Quasi-cause: Transcendence or Immanence?
4.15-4.45pm: coffee break
4.45-6pm: David Allen (Warwick University) – Immanence and Transcendence in Deleuze’s Early Metaphilosophy

7pm: conference dinner

Friday 12th April

9-9.30am: coffee
9.30-11am: Invited Speaker: Jeff Bell (Southeastern Louisiana University) – The Far End of the Particular: Deleuzian Metaphysics and the Transcendental Illusion
11-12.15am: Jackson Reese Faust (University of Kentucky College of Law) – Skepticism and the Virtual: Humean Epistemology as Framework for Deleuzean Immanence

12.15-1.45pm: lunch

1.45-3pm: Mary-Beth Mader (University of Memphis) – Whence Intensity?: Deleuze and the Revival of a Concept
3-4.15pm: Kyla Bruff (Université de Toulouse) – The Communication of Haecceities: The Transcendental Fields of Deleuze, Duns Scotus and Simondon
4.15-4.45pm: coffee break
4.45-6pm: Virgil Brower (Northwestern University/ Chicago State University) – Surface, Sense, Spirit: Deleuze & Doctrines of Trinity

Organizing committee: Eric Schliesser, Judith Wambacq & Annelies Monseré
Scientific committee: Judith Wambacq & Sjoerd van Tuinen

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