Heidegger and the Greeks workshop



06 September 2022

9:30 AM - 3:30 PM


  • In-person location: Australian Catholic University, Melbourne campus, Daniel Mannix Building, Level 7 (403.7.02), 17-29 Young Street Fitzroy.

Light catering provided.

  • Participation via Videolink: Those unable to attend in person are invited to join remotely. The link will be sent prior to the day.


Please register to attend by Thursday 1 September 2022, ensuring you include in your response your full name, email address, if you’ll be attending in person or via videolink. Please advise of dietary requirement if you are attending in person.


9.00-9.30 am Coffee 

9.30-10.30 (AEST) - Richard Capobianco (Stonehill College, MA). “Heidegger on Heraclitus and the Later Thinking of Being”

10.45-11.45 (AEST) - Marilyn Stendera (Deakin). “Order, Motion, Eternity: Heidegger on Ancient Greek Models of Time”

11.45-12.45 pm (AEST) - Andrew Benjamin (Monash). “What and Where is Human Dasein: Heidegger and Heraclitus DK119”

1.30-2.30 (AEST) - Jeff Malpas (UTas). “Heidegger and Char: Parmenides, Place and the Other Beginning”

2.30-3.30 (AEST) - Richard Colledge (ACU). “Being as archē and apeiron: Heidegger’s Anaximander Retrieval”

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