Martin Heidegger was widely acknowledged to be one of the most original and important philosophers of the 20th century. In both his early and late voluminous writings, the question concerning nature is one that emerges in various contexts across Heidegger’s works.
Over the last decade, the theme has been the subject of increasingly incisive analysis.
ACU's School of Philosophy and Centre for Philosophy, Religion, and Culture is delighted to be hosting a two-day workshop on the theme of "Heidegger and Nature" that looks to bring together the many threads of this debate.
CLAUDE ROMANO, Université Paris-Sorbonne & Australian Catholic University
JEFF MALPAS, University of Tasmania
DAVID STOREY, Boston College
JUSTIN CLEMENS, University of Melbourne
INGO FARIN, University of Tasmania
ANDREW BENJAMIN, Monash University
LUBICA UCNIK, Murdoch University
DIEGO BUBBIO, Western Sydney University
RICHARD COLLEDGE, Australian Catholic University
Friday 16 – Saturday 17 June 9 am to 5pm each day Mercy and Christ Lecture Theatres ACU Melbourne Campus 115 Victoria Parade, Fitzroy