Paul Ricoeur in Asia International Conference | November 19-21

November 03, 2015
Ateneo de Manila University and University of Santo Tomas are hosting a conference entitled: "Paul Ricoeur in Asia: Reflections on Politics, Society, and Religion." This will be held on November 19-21, 2015. 
 
If interested, please see poster, or follow the link: http://ateneo.edu/ricoeurinasia

 

RICOEUR in ASIA: REFLECTIONS on POLITICS, SOCIETY, and RELIGION
PLENARY SPEAKERS (www.ateneo.edu/ricoeurinasia)
 
Olivier ABEL, Institut Protestant de Théologie, Paris-Montpellier, France
Un christianisme épique - A Christianity in the Epic Sense
 
Boyd BLUNDELL, Loyola University New Orleans, USA
Summoned to Heaven: The Narrative Subject of Salvation
 
Leovino Ma. GARCIA, Ateneo de Manila Univ. & Univ. of Santo Tomas
Between Responsibility and Hope: The Legacy of Paul Ricoeur
 
Cristal HUANG, Soochow University, Taiwan
Paul Ricoeur’s Approach to Narrative Theology
 
Morny JOY, University of Calgary, Canada
Paul Ricoeur: From Fallibility to Fragility and Ethics
 
Richard KEARNEY, Boston College, USA
Reimagining the Sacred (videoconference)
 
Roger SAVAGE, University of California Los Angeles, USA
Exemplarity and the ‘Law of Superabundance’
 
George TAYLOR, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Practical Hermeneutics: The Legal Text and Beyond
 
George TAYLOR, University of Pittsburgh (USA) &
Fernando NASCIMENTO, Pontificia Universidade Católica de Campinas, Sāo Paolo, Brazil
Reading Ricoeur with the Methods of the Digital Humanities
 
PANEL SPEAKERS
 
Ranier Carlo V. ABENGAŇA, University of Santo Tomas
Recognition in the Narrative Dimension: Ricoeur and the Ethics of Linguistic 
and Narrative Hospitality
 
Gian Carla D. AGBISIT, University of Santo Tomas 
Metaphors and Metamorphoses: Paul Ricoeur, Science Fiction, and Futurism
 
Jove Jim S. AGUAS, University of Santo Tomas
The Challenge of Universality and Particularity: Ricoeur on Globalization, Culture,
and Dialogue
 
Christopher G. AN, Ateneo de Manila University
Being and Attestation: A Ricoeurian Hermeneutic Alternative to Heidegger’s End of 
Metaphysics
 
Jeffrey L. BARTILET, Polytechnic University of the Philippines
The Work of Art, Memory, and Responsibility
 
Jecko G. BELLO, University of Santo Tomas
Refiguring the Secular in Paul Ricoeur
 
Paolo A. BOLAŇOS, University of Santo Tomas
The Normative Claim of Recognition: Between Honneth and Ricoeur
 
Jovito CARIŇO, University of Santo Tomas
Narrating Faith in the Post-Christian Age

Ming Yeung CHEUNG, University of St. Joseph, Macau
Identity and Solidarity in Asia: The Case of Macau
 
Jefferson M. CHUA, Ateneo de Manila University
Story-Telling as Creative Resistance: Reflections on Ricoeur in the City
 
Noelle Leslie de la CRUZ, De La Salle University
Transcendence in Osama Tezuka’s Buddha: A Ricoeurian Hermeneutical Phenomenology
 
Guillermo R. DIONISIO, University of Asia and the Pacific
Ricoeur’s Grammar of Forgiveness: A Narrative of Selfhood
 
Prudencio M. Edralin, Lyceum of Aparri
The Wounded Cogito: Paul Ricoeur’s Hermeneutics of the Capable Human Being 
 
Jose Ruben GARCIA, Ateneo de Manila University
Ideology as Narrative Symbols: Developing Paul Ricoeur’s Solution to the Problem
of Authority
 
Athena E. GOROSPE, Asian Theological Seminary, Quezon City
God’s Narrative Identity in Exodus 2:23-4:31 and its Implications for Ethical Identity: A
Ricoeurian Reading 
 
Veronica Louise B. JEREZA, Ateneo de Manila University
The Function of Memory in Understanding and Addressing Cultures of Impunity
 
Christiane Joseph C. JOCSON, University of Santo Tomas
Hermeneutic Incarnation of the Word in the Philosophy of Paul Ricoeur
 
Elaine M. LAZARO, De La Salle College of St. Benilde
A Ricoeurian Hermeneutics of Place: Reflections on the City and Memory
 
Jessie Joshua Z. LINO, University of Santo Tomas
Ricoeur’s Capable Human Being and Rancière’s Radical Egalitarianism: Alternative
Reflections on the Logic of Emancipation
 
Adrian REMODO, De La Salle University
Identities-in-Transit: Ricoeur on Justice, Hospitality, and Cosmopolitanism
 
Virgilio A. RIVAS, Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Refiguration of Cave Architectural Consciousness in Ricoeur’s Mimetic Trinity
 
Joseph Emmanuel STA. MARIA, Ateneo de Manila University
Going beyond the Logic of Equivalence: The Golden Rule in Mozi and Ricoeur
 
Ruby S. SUAZO, University of San Carlos – Technological Center
The Philippines’ Contradictory Dual-Value Systems and Ricoeur’s Practical Solution
to the Antinomy of Values
 
Dennis O. TEMPORAL, Ateneo de Manila University
Cradle-to-Grave: The Meaning of Birth and Death in the Thought of Paul Ricoeur 
 
John Carlo P. UY, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
The Question of the Self in Ricoeur and Marion