CURRICULUM VITAE - Sebastian Luft


Associate Professor of Philosophy
Department of Philosophy                   
Marquette University                           
Coughlin Hall, Suite 141                     
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881               
Tel.: (414) 288-5960; Fax: 288-3010

Email: Sebastian.Luft@marquette.edu
URL: http://academic.mu.edu/phil/lufts/

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
Visiting Professor. Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg i.Br. (Germany), Department of Philosophy, Winter Semester 2009/10

Associate Professor with tenure, Marquette University 2008-
Visiting Professor, Universidad de Puerto Rico, San Juan (Río Piedras), Department of Philosophy, Summer Semester 2008
Visiting Professor, Karl-Franzens Universität Graz (Austria), Department of Philosophy, Summer Semester 2007
Assistant Professor, Marquette University, Department of Philosophy, 2004-2008
Visiting Professor, Emory University, Department of Philosophy, 2002-2004
Editorial Assistant & Lecturer, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium), Husserl Archives, Higher Institute of Philosophy, 1998-2002
Research Fellow & Lecturer, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Department of Philosophy, 1996-1997
Research Fellow, Bergische Universität Wuppertal (Germany), Department of Philosophy, 1994-1998

AREAS  OF  SPECIALIZATION

Systematic:          Phenomenology, Hermeneutics, Philosophy of Culture (including Theory of the Human and Cultural Sciences), Epistemology, Philosophy of History.

Historic:               19th & 20th Century European Philosophy, esp. Kant, German Idealism, Neo-Kantianism, the Phenomenological Movement.

AREAS  OF  COMPETENCE

Systematic:          Aesthetics; Ethics; Anthropology.

Historic:                Ancient Philosophy; Early Modern Philosophy.


EDUCATION

Habilitation, 2013, University of Würzburg, Germany.  Philosophy.

Habilitation Thesis:  "The Space of Culture.  Outlines of a Transcendental Philosophy of Culture Following the Marburg School of Neo-Kantianism."

Ph.D. 1998, University of Wuppertal, Germany. Philosophy.
PhD Thesis: “Natural World and Phenomenology: Phenomenological Systematics and Methodology in the Dispute between Husserl and Fink.” Advisor: Klaus Held.
M.A. 1994, University of Heidelberg, Germany. Majors: Philosophy and German Philology (Germanistik).
M.A. Thesis: “Truth—Meaning—Grammar. On the Concept of a Pure Logic in Husserl’s Logical Investigations.” Advisor: Reiner Wiehl.
B.A. 1991, University of Heidelberg (“Zwischenprüfung”).
-- 1989-90, University of Freiburg, Germany. Major: Philosophy, Minors: German and Classics.

PERSONAL DATA
German citizen; permanent U.S. resident.  Married, three children.

LANGUAGES
English, German (native), French, Spanish, Dutch (fluent); Classical Greek and Latin.

GRANTS, AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS

2014  Max and Helga Kaden Fund, Milwaukee

Funding for the Cassirer conference, $ 1000.

2013 Klinger College of Arts and Sciences, Marquette University

Funding for the Cassirer conference 2014, $ 5000.

2011 Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, Marquette University

Faculty Development Award, $ 2500.

2011 Graduate School, Marquette University

Helen Way Klingler Humanities Fellowship (AY 2011-2014), $ 60.000.

2010 Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Federal Republic of Germany

Grant (together with Faustino Fabbianelli) for a “Humboldt Kolleg,” a conference on “Husserl and Classical German Philosophy,” to be held in Parma, Italy, March 2012, € 7850.

2009 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), USA

Collaborative Research Grant (together with Thane M. Naberhaus) for the translation of Edmund Husserl’s Erste Philosophie (Husserliana VII & VIII), $ 235.000.

2008 Marquette University

Helen Way Klingler Sabbatical Fellowship for a sabbatical for the academic year 2009-10 (fully funded).

2008 Graduate School, Marquette University

Faculty Development Award for funding a trip to a conference in Germany, $ 700.

2008 Graduate School, Marquette University
Faculty Development Award for funding a trip to a conference in Russia, $ 700 (declined).

2007 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Grant to continue the Teaching Seminar for Graduate Students from the Philosophy and Theology Departments, $ 8900.

2007 Graduate School, Marquette University
Research Development Award to develop a federal grant and establish a circle of collaborators both within and outside of Marquette University, $ 2300.

2006 Graduate School, Marquette University
Faculty Development Award for funding a translation of a paper into Spanish, $ 300.

2006 Graduate School, Marquette University
Summer Faculty Fellowship (SFF), $ 5000.

2006 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Grant to develop a Teaching Seminar for Graduate Students becoming Teaching Assistants within the Philosophy Department, $ 6600.

2006, 2007, 2008 Graduate School, Marquette University
Distinguished Scholar Recognition.

2005 Graduate School, Marquette University
Summer Faculty Fellowship (SFF) and Regular Research Grant (RRG) to carry out research at the Beinecke Rare Book Library at Yale University (consultation of Ernst Cassirer’s unpublished papers), $ 7860.

2003 Institute for Comparative and International Studies (ICIS), Emory University
Travel Grant for the conference “XIV Encuentro Nacional de Fenomenología y Hermenéutica” in Buenos Aires, AR, $ 1200.

2002-2004 Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Federal Republic of Germany
Post-doctoral Research Scholarship (Feodor-Lynen Fellowship)

1998-2002 Nationaal Fonds voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Vlaanderen (NFWO, Belgian-Flemish National Research Organization)
Research Grant for the Edition of a Volume in the Husserliana Series (Prof. Bernet, P.I.)

1995-1998 Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation)
Doctoral Stipend in the “Graduiertenkolleg Phänomenologie und Hermeneutik” of the Universities of Bochum and Wuppertal (led by Prof. K. Held and Prof. B. Waldenfels)

1996-1997 State University of New York at Stony Brook
Research Fellowship


EDITORIAL WORK, REFEREEING, AND SERVICE
Book Review Editor of Husserl Studies (ISSN 0167-9848, Springer Academic Publishers), Vol. 16, 1999 – 2013.
Founding Member and Co-Publisher of Journal Phänomenologie (ISSN 1027-5657) in cooperation between the Graduate College Bochum/Wuppertal and the “Gruppe Phänomenologie,” Vienna (Austria); published independently as of Vol. 11/1999.
Member of Scientific Committee: Dilthey. International Yearbook for Philosophy and the Human Sciences (publisher: Frommann-Holzboog, Stuttgart).
Member of Editorial Board: “Neukantianismus-Forschung Aktuell,” a forum for the dissemination of international research on Neo-Kantianism.

Member of Advisory Board:  Society for Phenomenology and Media

Member of Advisory Board:  Horizon.  Studies in Phenomenology (St. Petersburg, Russia)

Member of Advisory Board:  Phänomenologische Forschungen, as of 2012.

External Advisor ("tutore") of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Parma (Italy), as of 2012.

Member of Advisory Board:  The Yearbook on History and Interpretation of Philosophy, as of 2013.


Referee Activities:

Articles

Husserl Studies

Journal of the History of Philosophy

Metaphilosophy

Continental Philosophy Review

Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences

Journal of the History of Ideas

Iyyud, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly

Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie

Philosophy Compass (Wiley-Blackwell)

Synthesis Philosophica (Croatia)

Inquiry:  An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy

History of Philosophy Quarterly

Study in the History and Philosophy of Science

Phänomenologische Forschungen

 

Book Manuscripts

Phaenomenologica (Springer)

Oxford University Press

Routledge (Taylor & Francis)

Fordham University Press

Cambridge University Press

Penn State University Press

Marquette University Press

MIT Press

Northwestern University Press

Lexington Books

Contributions to Phenomenology (Springer)

University of Toronto Press

Princeton University Press

Columbia University Press

Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft

 

Grant proposals

Irish Research Council for the Humanities & Social Sciences (IRCHSS)

The Society of Fellows (Harvard University)

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)

Research Council of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium)

Research Foundation of the State of Baden-Württemberg (Germany)

Research Foundation of the Johannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz (Germany)

Austrian Science Fund (FWF)

Czech Science Foundation

Belgian Science Foundation (FWO)

National Science Centre, Poland



ACADEMIC SERVICE

Conference Organization:

International Conference:  “The Philosophy of Ernst Cassirer”

       Sole Organizer, Marquette University, Summer 2014.

Workshop "What is Philosophy?"

       Sole Organizer, Marquette University, November 2013.

Chicago Area Consortium in German Philosophy, Workshop "Hegel"

       Sole Organizer, Marquette University, March 2014.

Workshop “Newer Research in German Philosophy”

       Sole Organizer, Marquette University, Fall 2012.

Workshop “Methods in Philosophy”

       Sole Organizer, Marquette University, Fall 2011.

“Husserl and Classical German Philosophy” (Humboldt-Kolleg):

       Co-organizer (with Faustino Fabbianelli) in Parma, Italy, March 2012.

International Association for Aesthetics

       Co-organizer (with Curtis Carter) of the 2011 conference “Unsettled Boundaries:  Philosophy, Art, and Aesthetics East/West,” in Milwaukee, October 12-14, 2011.

International Husserl Circle:

       Co-organizer (with Pol Vandevelde) of annual meeting, Milwaukee, June 2008.

North American Kant Society (Midwest Study Group):

       Member of Selection Committee and Co-organizer (with Claudia Schmidt) of the Conference at Marquette University in Milwaukee, November 2006.

American Society for Aesthetics:

       Co-organizer (with Curtis Carter) of the annual meeting, Milwaukee, October 2006.

External:

External Reviewer, Philosophy Department, St. Xavier University, Chicago, Spring 2012.

American Philosophical Association:  Member of the 2010 Central Division Program Committee (Margaret Atherton, chair).

Midwest Association of Graduate Schools:  Reviewer of Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award Competition, Spring 2007.
North American Kant Society (Midwest Study Group):  Member of Selection Committee Conference, Co-organizer of Conference at Marquette University in Milwaukee, November 2006.
American Society for Aesthetics:  Co-organizer of the annual meeting, Milwaukee, October 2006.
International Husserl Circle:  Co-organizer of annual meeting, Milwaukee, June 2008.

Marquette University:
Smith Fellowship Committee.

Reading Program for Freshmen.
Preview and Pre-Major Advising.
Liaison for DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service). As of 2014, "DAAD Research Ambassador."

Marquette University, Philosophy Department:

Assistant Chair, 2014-15

Director of Undergraduate Studies, 2013-15
Representative of Philosophy Department at the Annual Open House, 2008.
Representative of Philosophy Department at the Philosophy Majors Fair, 2006, 2007.
Representative of Philosophy Department at Annual Majors Fair, 2005, 2006, 2007.
Member of the Committee on Women and Minorities, 2008-.
Member of Professional Development and Publication Committee, 2005-.
Graduate Student Advising, Undergraduate Student Advising (Majors & non-Majors).
German Reading Group for Graduate Students, 2006-.
Colloquium Series Coordinator, 2006-08.
Member of PhD Comprehensive Exam Committee (Parts 2 [Modern & 19th & 20th Century Philosophy], 3 [Philosophy of Logic, Language and Science] and 4 [Systematic Problems: Ethics, Political Philosophy, and Aesthetics]), 2006-.

Member of the Seminar for Phenomenology and Hermeneutics (founded by Pol Vandevelde), 2004-2011.

Emory University, Philosophy Department:
Foreign Language Committee: German Language Courses for Graduate Students.

Catholic University of Louvain, Higher Institute of Philosophy, Husserl Archives:
Assistant Representative in the Boards of Directors and Trustees of the Husserl Archives; Administrative duties; evaluating Husserliana editions; refereeing manuscripts under review for Phaenomenologica; assisting Husserl translations into English; translating manuscripts, archival correspondence; hosting guests, etc.

Dissertation Advisor:
Colin J. Hahn, The Concept of Personhood in the Phenomenology of Edmund Husserl (graduated in 2012).

Matthew M. Peters, Explaining Philosophical Difference with Hegel (expected 2015).

Member of Doctoral Committees

at Marquette University:

Margaret Steele, advisor Prof. Michael Monahan (expected 2013).

Velimir Stojkovski, advisor Prof. Michael Monahan (expected 2014).
Sebastian Kaufmann, advisor Prof. Pol Vandevelde (graduated in 2009).
Arun Iyer, advisor Prof. Pol Vandevelde (graduated in 2011).

Shazad Akhtar, advisor Prof. Pol Vandevelde (graduated in 2010)
Cristina Bucur, advisor Prof. Pol Vandevelde (graduated in 2010).
David Leichter, advisor Prof. Pol Vandevelde (graduated in 2011).

External:

Matt Bower, advisor Prof. Tomas Nenon, University of Memphis (graduated in 2013).

Garrett Bredeson, advisor Prof. Jeffrey Tlumak, Vanderbilt University (expected 2014).

Javier Youssef Alvarez Vázquez, advisor Prof. Hans-Helmuth Gander, University of Freiburg, Germany (graduated in 2010).

Berndt Goossens, advisor Prof. Dr. Mag. Karl Schuhmann, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands (graduated in 2002).


PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS 

(B 4)  The Space of Culture.  Outlines of a Transcendental Philosophy of Culture Following the Marburg School of Neo-Kantianism.  [Manuscript completed in spring 2012, revised and resubmitted in fall of 2013, current status:  ACCEPTED, contract pending.]

 

(B 3)  Subjectivity and Lifeworld in Transcendental PhenomenologyEvanston, Ill.:  Northwestern University Press, 2011 (xii + 451 pp.).

       Selected for Book Session, International Husserl Circle Conference, Boston, June 2012, and APA Central Division Meeting, Spring 2013.

       Reviews:  Andrea Staiti; David Carr, Husserl Studies 2013; Nicolas De Warren, The New Yearbook for Phenomenology (forthcoming, with a reply by the author); Amedeo Giorgi.

 

(B 2)  Phänomenologie der Phänomenologie”.  Systematik und Methodologie der Phänomenologie in der Auseinandersetzung zwischen Husserl und Fink.  Dordrecht/Boston/London:  Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002 (Phaenomenologica 166), XI + 318 pp.

       Reviews:  Marcus Brainard, International Journal of Philosophical Studies (in press); Karl Mertens, Tijdschrift voor Filosofie, Dec. 2003, 65e Jaargang, Nr. 4, pp. 754-757; Thane M. Naberhaus, Review of Metaphysics Vol. 3 (2004), pp. 635-36; Robert Sokolowski, Husserl Studies 21/3 (2005), pp. 257-261; Tobias Trappe, Journal Phänomenologie 20 (2003), pp. 100-106.

 

(B 1)  Husserl:  Die Konstitution der Lebenswelt.  Hagen:  University of Hagen Press, 1999, 87 pp. ["Studienbrief"]

  

EDITIONS (EDITED VOLUMES, CRITICAL EDITIONS)

(E 12)  The Philosophy of Ernst Cassirer:  A Novel Assessment, conference proceedings of the 2014 conference on Cassirer (to be published in NSHHP, SL and Tyler Friedman, eds., forthcoming in 2015).

(E 11)  Guest Editor (with M. Schnell) for Journal Phänomenologie, Fall 2014 on "Cassirer."

(E 10)  Husserl und die klassische deutsche Philosophie.  Essay Collection, ed. with Faustino Fabbianelli, (to be published in the series Phaenomenologica, Springer), forthcoming in 2014.

(E 9)  Paul Natorp, Allgemeine Psychologie nach kritischer Methode (1912), a new edition with introduction and annotations.  Darmstadt:  Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2013.

(E 8)  Guest Editor for Journal Phänomenologie, Fall 2011 (36/2011) on “Husserls Ethik.”

(E 7)  The Neo-Kantian Reader.  An Anthology of Key Texts, Sebastian Luft, ed., New York/London:  Routledge (a collection comprising ca. 30 original texts from the classical Neo-Kantians, forthcoming in 2014) (ca. 600 pp.).

(E 6)  The Routledge Companion to Phenomenology, Sebastian Luft & Søren Overgaard, eds., New York/London:  Routledge, 2011, 716 pp. (2nd ed., paperback, 2013).

Reviews:  Donald Landes, in:  International Journal of Philosophical Studies 20(4), 2012, pp. 565-578.

 

(E 5)  Epistemology, Archeology, Ethics.  Current Investigations of Husserl’s Corpus, anthology, Pol Vandevelde & Sebastian Luft (eds.), London:  Continuum, 2010 (Issues in Phenomenology and Hermeneutics, Vol. I), 240 pp. (paperback 2012).

Review:  Jaroslava Vydrová, Ostium 4/2011 (online).

(E 4)  “Edmund Husserl:  Socrates – Buddha.  An Unpublished Manuscript From the Archives,” ed. & introduced by Sebastian Luft, in:  Husserl Studies 26 (2010), pp. 1-17.

(E 3)  Neo-Kantianism in Contemporary Philosophy, anthology, Rudolf A. Makkreel & Sebastian Luft (eds.).  Bloomington/Indianapolis:  Indiana University Press, 2010 (Studies in Continental Thought), 331 pp.

Reviews:  Matthias Wille, Philosophischer Literaturanzeiger 62(4), 2009, pp. 314-319; Lydia Patton, Philosophy in Review 2010, Frederick Beiser, Journal of the History of Philosophy.  Simon Truwant, Tijdschrift voor Filosofie 73(1), 2011, p. 175-6.

(E 2)  “The Reduction to the Lived-Present:  A Note on Husserl’s Late Reflections on Reduction and Time-Consciousness(editor’s introduction and translation), in:  The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy, Vol. V (2005), pp. 352-363.

(E 1)  Husserliana XXXIV, Edmund Husserl, Gesammelte Werke:  Zur phänomenologischen Reduktion.  Texte aus dem Nachlass (1926-1935).  Dordrecht / Boston / London:  Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002, LI + 657 pp.

       Reviews:  Tobias Trappe, Husserl Studies (in press); Dermot Moran, International Journal of Philosophical Studies (in press).

       French Translation:  De la réduction phénoménologique.  Textes posthumes (1926-1965).  Trans. Jean-François Pestureau.  Grenoble:  Éditions Jérôme Millon, 2007.

 

TRANSLATIONS

 

(T 7HusserlianaCollected Works, Edmund Husserl, First Philosophy.  Lectures 1923/24 (Husserliana VII & VIII), translated by Sebastian Luft & Thane M. Naberhaus.  Heidelberg:  Springer (forthcoming in 2015) (ca. 600 pp.).

(T 6)  Helmut Holzhey:  “Neo-Kantianism and Phenomenology:  The Problem of Intuition,” in:  S. Luft/R. Makkreel, eds., Neo-Kantianism in Contemporary Philosophy, 2009 (E 3, above), pp. 25-40.

(T 5)  Rudolf A. Makkreel:  “Dilthey, Heidegger und der Vollzugssinn der Geschichte” (with A. Denker & H. Zaborowski), in:  Heidegger-Jahrbuch, vol. 1, Heidegger und die Anfänge seines Denkens, ed. by A. Denker, H.-H. Gander & H. Zaborowski, Freiburg/Munich:  Alber, 2004, pp. 307-21.

(T 4)  Reiner Wiehl:  “The Art and History of Concepts in Hans-Georg Gadamer’s Philosophical Hermeneutics” (lecture, delivered at the World Philosophy Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, August 2003).

(T 3)  Reiner Wiehl:  “Emotionality and Subjectivity” (lecture, delivered at the Meeting of the Institut International de Philosophie, Madrid, Spain, August 2002).

(T 2)  Rudolf Bernet:  “Different Concepts of Logic and Their Relation to Subjectivity” (with C. S. Albott), in:  D. Zahavi & F. Stjernfeld (eds.):  One Hundred Years of Phenomenology, Dordrecht/Boston/London:  Kluwer, 2002 (Phaenomenologica 164), pp. 19-29.

(T 1)  Elmar Holenstein:  “The Zero-Point of Orientation:  The Placement of the I in Perceived Space” (with L. Rodemeyer), in:  D. Welton (ed.):  The Body.  Classic and Contemporary Readings (Blackwell Readings in Continental Philosophy), Oxford:  Blackwell, 1999, pp. 57-94.

 

ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS

(A 61) "Philosophy of Culture Between Rationalism and Relativism:  The Case of Levy-Strauss Structural Anthropology," in:  E 12, above (forthcoming in 2015).

(A 60) "Phenomenology:  Pure or Picture-Book Phenomenology," co-authored with J Tyler Friedman, in progress.

(A 59) "Marburger Schule des Neukantianismus," in:  Geschichte der Philosophie im Überblick, Vol. on 19th Century, ed. G. Hartung, Basel:  Schwabe, forthcoming in 2015.

(A 58) "Der Begriff der Kultur in Cassirers transzendentaler Kulturtheorie," in: Journal Phänomenologie (special issue on Cassirer, S. Luft/M. Schnell, eds.,), forthcoming in 2014.

(A 57) "Diltheys Kritik an der neukantianischen Wissenschaftstheorie. Das Problem des Historismus," in: Chr. Damböck/H.-U. Lessing, eds., Dilthey als Wissenschaftsphilosoph. Freiburg: Alber, forthcoming in 2014.

(A 56)  "Philosophical Historiography in Marburg Neo-Kantianism: the Example of Cassirer's Das Erkenntnisproblem," in:  G. Hartung/V. Pluder, eds., Facets of Writing the History of Philosphy in the 19th Century, Berlin: De Gruyter, forthcoming in 2015.

(A 55)  "Laying Bare the Phenomenal Field:  the Phenomenological Reductions," in:  A. Staiti, Husserl's Ideas I, Berlin:  De Gruyter, forthcoming in 2014.

(A 54)  "Speculative Thoughts on a Phenomenology of Attention:  Husserl and Goethe," in:  Perception, Affectivity, Ethics, ed. by R. Walton & R. Rubio, forthcoming in 2014.

(A 53)  "Husserl und die klassische deutsche Philosophie (Editors' Introduction)" (together with Faustino Fabbianelli), in:  Husserl und die klassische deutsche Philosophie (E 10, above), pp. 1-9.

(A 52)  “On the Phenomenology of Intersubjectivity in Husserl and Jaspers. On the Capacities and Limits of Empathy and Communication in Psychiatric Praxis” (together with Jann E. Schlimme), in:  Psychopathology.  International Journal of Descriptive and Experimental Psychopathology, Phenomenology and Psychiatric Diagnosis, http://www.karger.com/DOI/10.1159/000353272 (2013).

(A 51)  “The Philosophy of the Marburg Neo-Kantians: From the Critique of Scientific Cognition to the Philosophy of Culture,” in:  The Legacy of Neo-Kantianism, N. de Warren/A. Staiti, eds., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming in 2014.

(A 50)  “Muss Philosophie als transzendentaler Idealismus auftreten?  Zur ‚wahren Gestalt’ der Philosophie bei Husserl und seinen Vorgängern im Deutschen Idealismus,“ in:  Husserl und die klassische deutsche Philosophie (E 10, above), pp. 29-47.

 (A 49)  “Einleitung des Herausgebers,” in:  Paul Natorp, Allgemeine Psychologie nach kritischer Methode (E 9, above) (pp. ).

(A 48)  “Guest Editor’s Introduction,” in:  Journal Phänomenologie 36/2011 (E 8, above), pp. 5-9.

(A 47)  “Editor’s Introduction,” in: The Neo-Kantian Reader.  An Anthology of Key Texts, Sebastian Luft, ed., New York/London:  Routledge (E 7 above) (forthcoming).

(A 46)  “Translators’ Introduction” (with Thane M. Naberhaus), in:  Husserliana – Collected Works, Edmund Husserl, First Philosophy.  Lectures 1923/24 (Husserliana VII & VIII), translated by Sebastian Luft & Thane M. Naberhaus.  Heidelberg:  Springer (T 7 above) (forthcoming).

(A 45)  “Editors’ Introduction” (with Søren Overgaard) in: The Routledge Companion to Phenomenology, ed. by Sebastian Luft & Søren Overgaard, Routledge 2011 (E 6 above), pp. 1-14.

(A 44)  “Husserl’s ‘Hermeneutical Phenomenology’ as a Philosophy of Culture,” in:  S.L., Subjectivity and Lifeworld in Transcendental Phenomenology (B3 above), pp. 332-356.

(A 43)  “Husserl’s Method of Reduction,” in:  The Routledge Companion to Phenomenology, ed. by Sebastian Luft & Søren Overgaard, Routledge 2011 (E 6 above), pp. 243-253.

(A 42)  “Husserl als Philosoph der Aufklärung,” in:  psycho-logik 2010, pp. .

(A 41)  “Von der mannigfaltigen Bedeutung der Reduktion nach Husserl. Neuere Reflexionen zur Grundbedeutung des zentralen Begriffs der transzendentalen Phänomenologie,” in:  Phänomenologische Forschungen (2012), pp. 5-29.  Spanish translation in:  Festschrift for Roberto Walton (forthcoming).

(A 40)  “Phänomenologie als Erste Philosophie und das Problem der Wissenschaft von der Lebenswelt,” in:  Archiv für Begriffsgeschichte 53/2011, pp. 137-152.

(A 39)  “Phenomenology as First Philosophy:  A Prehistory,” in:  Edmund Husserl 150 Years:  Philosophy, Phenomenology, Sciences.  Carlo Ierna, Hanne Jacobs & Filip Mattens, eds.  Heidelberg:  Springer, 2010 (Phaenomenologica 200), pp. 41-67.  Reprinted in Diálogos 93 (Julio 2012), pp. 167-188.

(A 38)  “The Transcendental Dimension of Phenomenology,” in: Diálogos, Revista del Departamento de Filosofía Universidad de Puerto Rico, Año XLIII/91 (2008), pp. 7-18.

(A 37)  “Editors’ Introduction” (with Rudolf A. Makkreel), in:  Neo-Kantianism in Contemporary Philosophy, anthology, Rudolf A. Makkreel & Sebastian Luft (eds.).  Bloomington/Indianapolis:  Indiana University Press, 2010, pp. 1-21.

(A 36)  “Reconstruction and Reduction:  Natorp and Husserl on Method and the Question of Subjectivity,” in: Neo-Kantianism in Contemporary Philosophy, anthology, Rudolf A. Makkreel & Sebastian Luft (eds.).  Bloomington/Indianapolis:  Indiana University Press, 2010, pp. 59-91.

(A 35)  “Reassessing Neo-Kantianism.  Another Look at Hermann Cohen’s Kant Interpretation,” in:  Philosophical Readings (www.philosophicalreadings.com), forthcoming.

(A 34)  “Lerner on Foundation, Person, Rationality,“ in:  The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy, Vol. VIII (2010), pp. 167-170.

(A 33)  “Construction or Constitution, or:  What is the Content of Experience,” in: Deutscher und russischer Neukantianismus:  Zwischen Erkenntnistheorie und Kulturkritik.  N. A. Dmitrieva & J. Stolzenberg, eds.  Würzburg:  Königshausen & Neuman, 2011, forthcoming.  Russian Translation in:  Epistemologiya i filosofiya kultury. Neokantianistvo nemeckoe i russkoe: mezhdu teoriej poznaniya i kritikoj kul'tury [Epistemology and Philosophy of Culture.  German and Russian Neo-Kantianism Between Epistemology and Critique of Culture], I. N. Griftsova & N. A. Dmitrieva, eds.  Moscow:  ROSSPEN, 2010, pp. 117-134.

(A 32)  “The Subjectivity of Effective History and the Husserlian Elements in Gadamer’s Philosophical Hermeneutics,” in:  Idealistic Studies 37/3 (2007), pp. 219-254.

(A 31)  “Dilthey and the Neo-Kantians:  The Dispute Over the Status of the Human and Cultural Sciences,” co-authored with Rudolf A. Makkreel, in:  Routledge Companion to 19th Century Philosophy, ed. by Dean Moyar, Routledge, 2010, pp. 554-597.

(A 30)  “Das Subjekt als moralische Person.  Zu Husserls späten Reflexionen bezüglich des Personenbegriffs,” in: Geist – Person – Gemeinschaft. Freiburger Beiträge zur Aktualität Husserls, ed. by Philippe Merz, Andrea Staiti & Frank Steffen, Würzburg:  Ergon, 2010, pp. 221-240.  [Revised and expanded German version of A 29.]

(A 29)  “The Subject as Moral Person:  On Husserl’s Late Reflections Concerning the Concept of Personhood,” in:  Investigating Subjectivity.  Classical and New Perspectives, ed. by G.-J. van der Heiden, K. Novotny, I. Römer, L. Tengelyi.  Leiden:  Brill, 2011, forthcoming.  Slovakian Translation, “Subjekt ako morálna osaba.  K Husserlovym neskorym reflexiám pojmu osoby,” in:  Filozofia (Bratislava) 2008/4, pp. 365-373.

(A 28)  “Neo-Kantianism in Germany and France,” co-authored with Fabien Capeillères, in:  The History of Continental Philosophy in Eight Volumes (Alan Schrift, general ed.), Vol. 3:  The New Century:  Bergsonism, Phenomenology, and the Responses to Modern Science (ed. by Keith Ansell-Pearson), Acumen Press, 2010, pp. 47-85.

(A 27)  “Zur Phänomenologischen Methode in Karl Jaspers’ ‘Allgemeiner Psychopathologie’,” in:  S. Rinofner-Kreidl & H. A. Wiltsche, eds., Karl Jaspers ‘Allgemeine Psychopathologie’ Zwischen Wissenschaft und Praxis, Würzburg:  Königshausen & Neumann, 2008, pp. 31-51.

(A 26)  “Desde el Ser a Lo Dado Y Desde Lo Dad al Ser:  Algunos Comentarios Sobre el Significado del Trascendentalismo Ideal en Kant y Husserl,” in:  Investigaciónes Fenomenológicas 5 (http://www.uned.es/dpto_fim/invfen/invFen5/portadaInvFen_5.htm), pp.  49-83.  [Revised Spanish version of A 25.]

(A 25)  “From Being to Givenness and Back:  Some Remarks on the Meaning of Transcendental Idealism in Kant and Husserl,” in:  International Journal of Philosophical Studies 15/3 (2007), pp. 367-394.

(A 24)  “Germany’s Metaphysical War.  Reflections on War By Two Representatives of German Philosophy:  Max Scheler and Paul Natorp,” in:  Clio, Internet Portal on HistoryThemenportal Erster Weltkrieg (www.erster-weltkrieg.clio-online.de).

(A 23)  “Natorp, Husserl und das Problem der Kontinuität von Leben, Wissenschaft und Philosophie,“ in:  Phänomenologische Forschungen VI (2006), pp. 97-133.  Reprinted in:  ALEA, Revista Internacional de Fenomenología y Hermenéutica 7 (2009), pp. 13-55.

(A 22)  “Husserl’s Concept of the ‘Transcendental Person’.  Another Look at the Husserl-Heidegger Relationship,” in:  International Journal of Philosophical Studies 13/2 (2005), pp. 141-177.

(A 21)  “The Condition of Possibility of Transcendental Philosophy,” Review Essay of:  Steven G. Crowell:  Husserl, Heidegger and the Space of Meaning, in:  Husserl Studies 22/1 (2006), 53-75.

(A 20)  “A Hermeneutic Phenomenology of Subjective and Objective Spirit:  Natorp, Husserl and Cassirer,” in:  The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy, Vol. IV (2004), pp. 209-249.

(A 19)  “Husserl’s Theory of the Phenomenological Reduction:  Between Life-World and Cartesianism,” in:  Research in Phenomenology 34 (2004), pp. 198-234.  [Revised and condensed version of A 18.]

(A 18)  “A New Look at Husserl’s Theory of the Phenomenological Reduction,” in:  Anuário Filosófico (Madrid), No. 36/1, 2004, Intencionalidad y Juicio en Husserl y en Heidegger, pp. 65-104.

(A 17)  “’Idealismo Realista’:  Una Respuesta Heterodoxa a la Pregunta del Idealismo Trascendental,” in:  Escritos de Filosofía, Nº 43 (2003).  Academia Nacional de Ciencias, Buenos Aires, pp. 75-98.

(A 16)  “Cassirer’s Philosophy of Symbolic Forms:  Between Reason and Relativism.  A Critical Appraisal,” in:  Idealistic Studies 34/1 (2004), pp. 25-47.

(A 15)  “Husserl’s Notion of the Natural Attitude and the Shift to Transcendental Phenomenology,” in:  Analecta Husserliana, Vol. LXXX, Dordrecht/Boston/London:  Kluwer, 2002, pp. 114-119.

(A 14)  “Einige Grundprobleme in Husserls unveröffentlichten späten Texten über phänomenologische Reduktion,“ in: D. Carr & C. Lotz (eds.):  Subjektivität – Ver­antwortung – Wahrheit.  Neue Aspekte der Phänomenologie Edmund Husserls.  Frank­furt/M. (et al.):  Lang, 2002, pp. 127-148.  [Revised and expanded version of A 9.]

(A 13)  “Die Archivierung des Husserlschen Nachlasses 1933-1935,“ in:  Husserl Studies 20/1, 2004, pp. 1-23.

(A 12)  “Phänomenologische und mundane Reduktion,“ in:  Die Sichtbarkeit des Unsichtbaren, ed. by R. Bernet, Munich:  Fink, 2009, pp. 57-72.

(A 11)  “Faktizität und Geschichtlichkeit als Konstituentien der Lebenswelt in Husserls Spätphilosophie,“ in:  Phänomenologische Forschungen V (2005), pp. 13-40.

(A 10)  “Die Konkretion des Ich und das Problem der Ichspaltung in Husserls phänomenologi­scher Reduktion,“ in:  R. Kühn & M. Staudigl (eds.):  Epoché und Reduktion.  Formen und Praxis der Reduktion, Würzburg:  Königshausen & Neumann, 2003, pp. 31-50.

(A 9)  “Quelques Problèmes Fondamentaux Concernant les Réflexions Tardives de Husserl sur la Réduction Phénoménologique,” in:  Recherches Husserliennes 20, 2004, pp. 3-26.

(A 8)  “Lebenswelten.  Eine phänomenologisch-biographische Betrachtung,” in:  Horizonte.  Festschrift for Klaus Held’s 65th Birthday, Wuppertal 2001, pp. 61-72.

(A 7)  “Husserl, Horaz und die ‘Heilsmächte der Phänomenologie’“ (with M. Asper), in:  Husserl Studies 16/1, 1999, pp. 25-40.  Cf. also by the same authors:  “Consolatio Philologiae: Horaz, c. III 3, 1-8 bei Edmund Husserl,” in:  Philologus 144, 2000/2, pp. 361-374.

(A 6)  “’Dialectics of the Absolute’:  The Systematics of the Phenomenological System in Husserl’s Last Period,” in:  Philosophy Today 25, 1999, pp. 87-94.

(A 5)  “Husserl on the Artist and the Philosopher:  Aesthetic and Phenomenological Attitude,” in:  Glimpse 1, No. 1, 1999 (Society for Phenomenology and Media), pp. 46-53.

(A 4)  “Two Themes of Husserl’s Phenomenology Revisited:  Responsibility and Inter­subjectivity,” Review Essay, in:  Continental Philosophy Review (formerly Man and World) 32, 1999, pp. 89-99.

(A 3)  “Husserl’s Phenomenological Discovery of the Natural Attitude,” in:  Continental Philosophy Review (formerly Man and World) 31, 1998, pp. 153-170.

(A 2)  “Europa am Kongo.  Zu Husserls kulturphilosophischen Meditationen,” in:  Journal Phänomenologie 10, 2/1998, pp. 15-22.

(A 1)  “Husserl, Landgrebe, Held und die Idee einer phänomenologischen Geschichtsphilosophie,“ in:  Hier ist die Rose, hier tanze.  Festschrift for Klaus Held’s 60th Birthday, Wuppertal 1996, pp. 96-115.

 

DICTIONARY ARTICLES

 

(4)  Encyclopedia for Philosophy and the Social Sciences, ed. B. Kaldis, Sage Publications, 2013 (pp. ):

“Neo-Kantianism”

 

(3)  Husserl-Wörterbuch, ed. by H.-H. Gander, Darmstadt:  Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2009, pp. 252-257:

“Reduktion”

 

(2)  The Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers, Thoemmes Press, Bristol 2005, Vol. IV, pp. 2299-2302:

“Herbert Spiegelberg”

 

(1)  Wörterbuch der Phänomenologischen Begriffe, ed. by H. Vetter & K. Ebner, Hamburg:  Meiner, 2005:

“Aktivität” – “Doxa” – “fungierend” – “Leerhorizont” – “Modalisierung” – “primordial” – “Schauen” – “Symbol” (with Helge Schalk) – “Urdoxa” – “Urevidenz”

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS  PUBLICATIONS (non-refereed)

 

On the Future of Husserlian Phenomenology. 

http://www.newschool.edu/gf/phil/husserl/Future/Part%20Two/PartTwoFrames/PartTwo.html

“A Philosopher’s Looks,” in:  Perspectives on Art at the Haggerty Museum, by Marquette University Faculty and Staff.  Hartland:  Special Editions, 2006, pp. 12-13.

 

BOOK  REVIEWS (selection)

(R 31)  Predrag Cicovacki, The Analysis of Wonder: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Nicolai Hartmann, in:  Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (forthcoming).

(R 30)  Steven Crowell, Normativity and Phenomenology in Husserl and Heidegger, in:  Phänomenologische Forschungen (forthcoming).

(R 29)  Ernst Cassirer, New Volume of ECN, in: Zeitschrift für Kulturphilosophie (forthcoming)

(R 28)  Dermot Moran & Joseph Cohen, The Husserl Dictionary.  London/New York:  Continuum, 2012, in:  International Journal of Philosophical Studies, Volume 20, Issue 5, December 2012, pp. 766-772.

(R 27)  Tom Rockmore, Kant and PhenomenologyChicago:  University of Chicago Press, 2011, in:  Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (online), 2012.

(R 26)  Peter E. Gordon.  Continental Divide: Heidegger, Cassirer, Davos.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010, in:  Journal of the History of Philosophy, no. 49:4 (October 2011), pp. 508-509. 

(R 25)  Oswald Schwemmer, Kulturphilosophie.  Eine Medientheoretische Grundlegung, in:  Phänomenologische Forschungen (forthcoming in 2012).

(R 24)  Edward Sidelsky, Ernst Cassirer.  The Last Philosopher of Culture, Princeton/Oxford:  Princeton University Press, 2008, in:  Journal of the History of Philosophy, no. 48:1 (January 2010), pp. 116-117.

(R 23)  Reinier Munk, ed., Hermann Cohen’s Critical Idealism.  Amsterdam Studies in Jewish Thought, Vol. 10.  Dordrecht: Springer, 2005, in:  Journal of the History of Philosophy 45:4 (October 2007), pp. 270-72.

(R 22)  New Publications on Cassirer:  Th. Leinkauf (ed.), Dilthey und Cassirer & G. Foss/E. Kasa (eds.), Forms of Knowledge and Sensibility.  Cassirer and the Human Sciences, in:  Journal of the History of Philosophy, no. 42:4 (October 2004), pp. 504-06.

(R 21)  Jean Grondin, Gadamer.  A Biography, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 20/2004, pp. 94-100.

(R 20)  Silvio Vietta, Gadamer im Gespräch, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 20/2004, 118-120.

(R 19)  New Journals in Phenomenology:  Annales de Phénoménologie, The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy, Phänomenologische Forschungen (with R. Breeur, C. Lotz and C. Painter), in:  Husserl Studies 20/2 (2004), pp. 167-181.

(R 18)  Dominic Kaegi/Enno Rudolph (eds.), Cassirer – Heidegger.  70 Jahre Davoser Disputation, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 19/2003, pp. 91-94.

(R 17)  Donn Welton, The Other Husserl.  The Horizons of Transcendental Phenomenology, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 18/2002., pp 72-74.

(R 16)  Eugen Fink und Jan Patocka, Briefe und Dokumente 1933-1977, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 14/2000, 69-70.

(R 15)  Dermot Moran, Introduction to Phenomenology, in: Journal Phänomenologie 13/2000, pp. 78-79.

(R 14)  Jean-Luc Marion, Reduction and GivennessInvestigations of Husserl, Heidegger, and Phenomenology, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 13/2000, pp. 73-75.

(R 13)  Rolf Kühn, Husserls Begriff der Passivität, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 12/1999, pp. 50-51.

(R 12)  Gernot Böhme/Gregor Schiemann (eds.), Phänomenologie der Natur, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 12/1999.

(R 11)  Donn Welton (ed.), The Essential HusserlBasic Writings in Transcendental Phenomenology, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 12/1999, pp. 76-77.

(R 10)  Dan Zahavi (ed.), Self-Awareness, Temporality, Alterity.  Central Topics in Phenomenology, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 10/1998, pp. 65-66.

(R 9)  UlricKaiser, Das Motiv der Hemmung in Husserls Phänomenologie, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 9/1998.

(R 8)  James R. Mensch, After Modernity.  Husserlian Reflections on a Philosophical Tradition, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 9/1998.

(R 7)  Lester Embree et al. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Phenomenology, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 8/1997, pp. 47-49.

(R 6)  Friederike Kuster, Wege der Verantwortung. Husserls Phänomenologie als Gang durch die Faktizität, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 8/1997, pp. 57-58.

(R 5)  Dan Zahavi , Husserl und die transzendentale Intersubjektivität.  Eine Antwort auf die sprachpragmatische Kritik, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 8/1997, pp. 66-68.

(R 4)  Anthony J. Steinbock , Home and Beyond.  Generative Phenomenology after Husserl, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 7/1997, pp. 57-59.

(R 3)  Theodor Celms, Der phänomenologische Idealismus Husserls und andere Schriften 1928-1943, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 7/1997, pp. 61-63.

(R 2)  Karl Mertens, Zwischen Letztbegründung und Skepsis, in:  Husserl Studies (14/2) 1997, pp. 159-172.

(R 1)  Richard Grathoff (ed.), Alfred Schütz – Aron Gurwitsch – Briefwechsel 1939 – 1959.  Mit einer Einleitung von L. Landgrebe, in:  Journal Phänomenologie 6/1996, pp. 54-55.

 



TALKS AND CONFERENCE PAPERS
Presentations in English

Husserl's Critique of the Neo-Kantian Theory of Science and Its Consequences for the Phenomenological Research Program, Conference of the North American Society for Early Phenomenology, April 2014 (invited keynote).

The A Priori of Culture.  Philosophy of Culture Between Relativism and Rationalism.  The Systematic Place of Lévy-Strauss Structural Anthropology, King's College London (On.), March 2014 (invited).

The Phenomenological Reductions.  Conference "Husserl's Ideas I Centenary," Boston College, November 2013 (invited).

The Historicity of Intercultural Dialogue.  Annual Conference of the International Society for Intercultural Phenomenology, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, March 2013 (invited keynote).

"The Most Beautiful Pearls." Thoughts on a Phenomenology of Attention (Husserl and Goethe).  Conference "Husserl.  Percepción, Afectividad, Volición," Santiago (Chile), November 2012 (repeated at the Chicago Area Consortium for German Philosophy, March 2013, both invited).

Philosophy as Transcendental Idealism:  A Systematic Reconstruction .  Conference “New Research in German Philosophy,” Marquette University, fall 2012.

Phenomenology as a Method.  Conference “Methods in Philosophy,” Marquette University, November 2011.

Husserl’s Mature Method of the Reduction.  Cologne Summer School in Phenomenology, University of Cologne, July 26, 2010 (invited).

From the Critique of Reason to the Critique of Culture:  The Concept of ‘Culture’ in the Marburg School of Neo-Kantianism.  German Philosophy Workshop, organized by the “Chicago Area Consortium in German Philosophy,” DePaul University, February 26, 2010 (invited).

Interpreting “Correctly”:  Authors’ Intentions, Readers’ Interpretations, and the Problem of a “Correct Reading.”  Conference “The Ethics of Interpretation,” organized by the Seminar for Phenomenology and Hermeneutics and Midwest Seminar on Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, Marquette University, May 14, 2009 (invited).

Phenomenology as First Philosophy.  Conference "Philosophy - Phenomenology - Sciences" on the occasion of Edmund Husserl's 150th birthday, Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium), April 1-4, 2009 (invited).

The Transcendental Dimension of Phenomenology.  University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, August 13, 2008 (invited).

How Can Phenomenology Do Ethics? Seminar on Phenomenology and Hermeneutics, Marquette University, May 14, 2008 (invited) and University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, August 15, 2008 (invited).

German Philosophy Between World Wars I and II. Invited guest lecture, Seminar “German Life and Civilization,” Prof. Barbara Merten-Brugger, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, February 11, 2008 (invited).

The Subject as Moral Person: On Husserl’s Late Reflections Concerning the Concept of Personhood. Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (panel, together with Colin Hahn and Michael Ystad), Chicago, November 9, 2007.

From Being to Givenness and Back: Some Remarks on the Meaning of Transcendental Idealism in Kant and Husserl. Annual Meeting of the International Husserl Circle, Prague (Czech Republic), April 28, 2007, and the American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division Meeting, Baltimore, December 28, 2007, and at the Spring 2009 Colloquium Series at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, February 13, 2009 (invited).

Construction and Constitution, or: What is the Content of Experience? Husserl versus the Neo-Kantians. 45th Meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (panel, together with Pol Vandevelde & Michael Shim), Philadelphia, October 14, 2006.

Schiller on the Aesthetical Education of Mankind. Goethe House of Wisconsin, Christmas Address, Milwaukee, December 1, 2005 (invited).

Reassessing Neo-Kantianism: Another Look at Hermann Cohen’s Kant Interpretation, Meeting of the Northern American Kant Society, Midwestern Study Group, Chicago, November 12, 2005.

The Tradition as Stronghold Against Excesses? Gadamer’s Philosophical Hermeneutics in the Light of the German Experience During the Time of Nazism, Meeting of the German Studies Association (panel, together with Holger Afflerbach & Pol Vandevelde), Milwaukee, October 1, 2005.

Heidegger on “What is Enlightenment?,” guest lecture, Seminar “What is Enlightenment? Readings in Intellectual German History Since Kant,” Prof. Gerhard Richter, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Tuesday, April 12, 2005 (invited).

Husserl’s ‘Hermeneutical Phenomenology’, 43rd Meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP), Memphis, TN, October 29, 2004, the Seminar for Phenomenology and Hermeneutics, Marquette University, May 18, 2005 (invited), and the American Philosophical Association, Eastern Meeting, New York, December 28, 2005.

Germany’s Metaphysical War: Reflections on War by Two Representatives of German Philosophy: Max Scheler and Paul Natorp. Conference “An Improbable War? The Outbreak of World War I Reconsidered,” Emory University, October 16, 2004 (invited).

“Real-Idealism.” An Unorthodox Husserlian Response to the Question of Transcendental Idealism. Fourth Annual Phenomenology Roundtable, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, May 30, 2004 (invited).

Husserl, Gadamer, and the Horizons of the Life-World. Marquette University, Milwaukee (WI), February 10, 2004 (invited).

Reduction and Reconstruction: On the Methodological Dispute Between Natorp and Husserl Regarding the Question of Subjectivity. Annual Conference of the International Husserl Circle, Fordham University, New York, June 12, 2003.

Another Look at the Husserl-Heidegger Relationship. University of Northern Florida, Jacksonville. March 26, 2003 (invited).

A Phenomenology of Subjective and Objective Spirit: Husserl and Cassirer. Leroy S. Loemker Philosophy Colloquium Series (Spring 2003) Emory University (invited), January 23, 2003 and 42nd Meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP), Boston, November 7, 2003 and Xavier University, Cincinnati, January 23, 2004 (invited).

Cassirer’s Philosophy of Symbolic Forms: A Phenomenology of Objective Spirit. University College Dublin, November 29, 2002 (invited).

Cassirer’s Philosophy of Symbolic Forms: A Critical Appraisal. “Research in Progress” speakers program, University of Memphis, November 15, 2002 (invited).

Husserl’s Concept of the Transcendental Person: A Response to Heidegger. 41st Annual Meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP), Chicago, October 11, 2002, and Georgia State University, Philosophy Colloquium, February 6, 2003 (invited).

Conceptualizing the World as System: Intentionality and Symbolic Formation (Husserl and Cassirer). DePaul University, Chicago, and McGill University, Montreal, January 25 & 28, 2002 (both invited).

Husserl’s Philosophy of the Phenomenological Reduction. University College Dublin, Ireland, Series “Invited Speaker Seminars 1999-2000,” and the University of Galway, Ireland, April 13 & 14, 2000 (both invited).

“Dialectics of the Absolute”: The Systematics of the Phenomenological System in Husserl's Last Period. Panel on “Systematic Phenomenology: Husserl on Method, System, and Representation,” with D. Welton and J. Brough at the 38th Annual SPEP Meeting, Eugene (OR), October 1999.

Husserl on the Artist and the Philosopher: Natural, Aesthetical and Philosophical Attitude. Society for Phenomenology and Media, National University, San Diego, California, February 1999.

Abnormality and the Counter-Normal of the Phenomenological Reduction. Annual Conference of the International Husserl Circle 1999, University of Memphis, Tennessee, February 1999.

Husserl’s Characterization of the Relationship between Natural and Philosophical Attitude. First International Postgraduate Conference, University of Erlangen, Germany, November 1998.

The World According to Husserl: The Phenomenological Discovery of the Natural Attitude, Mid-South Conference in Philosophy, Uni versity of Memphis, Tennessee, March 1997.

Husserl’s and Fink’s Reflections Upon a Transcendental Theory of Method: The Split ting of the Ego as the Separation Between the Natural and the Philosophical At titude, Annual Conference of the International Husserl Circle 1996, University of Texas at Arlington, June 1996.

Husserl and Fink on the Phenomenological Reduction, Inter na tional Conference on Continental Philosophy, University of Essex, U.K., February 1996.


Presentations in German

"TBA," Conference on the 100th Anniversary of Windelband's Death, University of Heidelberg, March 2015.

Die transzendentale Dimension der Kultur.  Conference of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Philosophie, University of Münster, September 2014.

Philosophiegeschichtsschreibung im Marburger Neukantianismus: am Beispiel von Cassirers Erkenntnisproblem.  Conference "Facetten der Philosophiegeschichtsschreibung im 19. Jahrhundert," University of Wuppertal, September 2013 (invited).

Das Apriori der Kultur. Kultphilosophie zwischen Relativismus und Rationalismus.  University of Würzburg, June 2013 (invited).

Husserls Kritik an der neukantianischen Wissenschaftstheorie und die Konsequenzen für das phänomenologische Forschungsprogramm.  University of Vienna, June 2013 (invited).

Diltheys Kritik an der Wissenschaftstheorie der Neukantianer und die Konsequenzen für seine Theorie der Geisteswissenschaften. Das Problem des Historismus.  Conference "Dilthey als Wissenschaftsphilosoph," University of Vienna, June 2013 (invited).

Muss Philosophie als transzendentaler Idealismus auftreten? Zur „wahren Gestalt“ der Philosophie bei Husserl und seinen Vorgängern im Deutschen IdealismusConference “Husserl und die klassische deutsche Philosophie,” Parma (Italy), March 2012 (conference organizer).

 

Was ist Kultur und was ist eine Philosophie der Kultur?  Philosophisches Café Wuppertal (Germany), November 22, 2010 (invited).

 

Die Dimension der Phänomenologie.  University of Cologne (Germany), April 16, 2010 (invited).

 

Von der Mannigfaltigen Bedeutung der Reduktion nach Husserl.  University of Wuppertal (Germany), January 11, 2010, the Europäische Akademie, Bad Neuenahr (Germany), February 5, 2010, and the University of Essen, April 19, 2010 (all invited).

 

Phänomenologie als Erste Philosophie.  Edmund Husserl und die Klassische Deutsche Philosophie.  University of Halle-Wittenberg (Germany), November 19, 2009 (invited).

 

Was ist eine transzendentale Kulturtheorie?  University of Würzburg (Germany), November 5, 2009 (invited).

 

Phänomenologie als „Erste Philosophie“ und das Problem der Wissenschaft von der Lebenswelt.  Conference of the German General Society for Philosophy („Lebenswelt und Wissenschaft“), Essen (Germany), September 18, 2008, and Husserl-Arbeitstage, University of Freiburg (Germany), November 27, 2009 (invited).

Wie Kann Phänomenologie Ethik Betreiben? Philosophy Department, Karl-Franzens-University Graz (Austria), May 29, 2007 (invited).

Das Subjekt Als Moralische Person: Zu Husserls Späten Reflexionen Bezüglich des Personenbegriffs. Conference of the Austrian Society of Philosophy (ÖGP), Graz, June 8, 2007, at the Charles University, Prague (Czech Republic), June 23, 2007, and at the Academy of Sciences of Slovakia, Bratislava, July 2, 2007 (all invited).

Husserl, Natorp und das Problem der Kontinuität von Leben, Wissenschaft und Philosophie. Conference “Neukantianismus im Diskurs,“ University of Marburg, Germany, October 2, 2004 (invited).

Husserls Konzept der transzendentalen Person. Husserl-Arbeitstage 2001, University of Cologne, October 26, 2001 (invited).

Husserliana – Kritische Edition von Edmund Husserls Schriften (with B. Goossens). Engerer Kreis der Allgemeine Gesellschaft f Philoso­phie Deutschland, University of Würzburg, September 2001.

Faktizität und Geschichtlichkeit als Konstituentien der Lebenswelt in Husserls Spätphilosophie. Conference “Geschichte und Geschichten in der Phänomenologie,“ Deutsche Gesellschaft für phänomenologische Forschung, Freiburg i. Br., September 28, 2000.

“Absolute Dialektik“: Zur Phänomenologie des phänomenologischen Systems in Husserls letzter Phase. Husserl-Arbeitstage 1999, University of Cologne, Germany, October 1999 (invited).

Phänomenologische und Mundane Reduktion. Conference “Die Sichtbarkeit des Unsichtbaren,“ Deutsche Gesellschaft für Phänomenologische Forschung, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium, September 1998.


Presentations in French & Spanish
Desde el Ser a lo Dado y Desde lo Dado al Ser: Algunos Comentarios Sobre el Significado del Idealismo Trascendental en Kant y Husserl. University of Barcelona, Spain, June 28, 2006 (invited).

“Idealismo Realista”. Una Respuesta Husserliana Heterodoxa a la Pregunta Del Idealismo Trascendental. Conference “XIV Encuentro Nacional de Fenomenología y Hermenéutica,” Academia Nacional de Ciencias de Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 26, 2003 (invited keynote).

Quelques Problèmes Fondamentaux Concernant les Réflexions Husserliennes Tardives Sur la Réduction. Conference “La Réduction, Méthode-Princeps de la Phénoménologie: Asepcts Historique, Théorique et Pratique,” Collège International de Philosophie, Paris, June 5, 2000 (invited).


TEACHING EXPERIENCE
University of Freiburg 2009/10 (in German):

Lecture:  The History of Transcendental Philosophy Since Kant

Proseminar:  The History of Transcendental Philosophy Since Kant (lecture-accompanying)

Seminar:  Husserl's Transcendental-Phenomenological Method

Colloquium:  Contemporary Research in Phenomenology

University of San Juan, P.R. 2008 Graduate Course (in Spanish):
Seminar: Classical Phenomenology

University of Graz 2007 Graduate Courses (in German):
Lecture: Introduction to Neo-Kantianism
Seminar: Phenomenological Ethics and Philosophy of Right

Marquette University 2004-present Undergraduate Courses:
PHIL050: Philosophy of Human Nature (regular and Honors)
PHIL104: Theory of Ethics (regular and Honors)
PHIL117: Nineteenth-Century German Philosophy
PHIL160: Existentialism (as of 2012 renamed "PHIL3665: Phenomenology and Existentialism")
PHIL196: The Experience of Crisis in 20th Century Philosophy (Senior Seminar, 2006)

PHIL3640:  20th Century Anglo-American Philosophy

PHIL4960:  Research in Philosophy
HOPR100: Philosophy in Poetry (Honors)
ARSC 007: Introduction to Inquiry
Graduate Courses:
PHIL232/6660: Kant
PHIL233/6662: Hegel
PHIL301: Phenomenology and Ethics
PHIL301: Early German Idealism

PHIL6530:  Philosophy of History

PHIL6630:  German Phenomenology and Existentialism
Directed Studies:
PHIL295: The Development of the Transcendental Ego in Husserl’s Phenomenology

PHIL295: The Social Thought of Edith Stein

PHIL8995:  Kant and his Contemporaries

PHIL8995: Husserl:  Transcendental Phenomenology and the Critique of Naturalism

Emory University 2002-2004 Undergraduate Courses:
PHIL100: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL230: Philosophies of Human Nature
PHIL240: Philosophy of Art
PHIL250 & 251: History of Western Philosophy I & II (Ancient-Present)
Graduate Course:
PHIL789: Phenomenological Theories of Subjectivity (Husserl, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty)
Directed Studies:
Existentialism
Phenomenology & Eastern Thought

Catholic University of Louvain 1998-2002 Graduate Courses:
Husserl, Cartesian Meditations
Husserl, The Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology
Husserl, Analyses Concerning Passive and Active Synthesis
German Idealism: Schelling, System of Transcendental Idealism
Directed Studies:
Phenomenology
Husserl (Selected Problems)

State University of New York at Stony Brook 1996-1997 Lecturer and Teaching Assistant
Undergraduate Courses:
PHIL103: Problems of Philosophy
PHIL250: Existentialism (TA for David B. Allison)

University of Heidelberg 1992-1994 Teaching Assistant
Undergraduate Courses (in German):
Interpretationskurs: Introduction to Heidegger (TA for Dominic Kaegi)
Interpretationskurs: Introduction to German Idealism (TA for Reiner Wiehl)

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Nordic Society for Phenomenology (since 2009)

American Philosophical Association (APA, as of 1997)
Deutsche Gesellschaft für phänomenologische Forschung (as of 1998)
Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP, as of 1998)
The International Husserl Circle (as of 1996)
North American Kant Society (NAKS, as of 2004)
German Studies Association (GSA, as of 2004)

The Nordic Society for Phenomenology (as of 2009)

GAIN (German Academic International Network, as of 2012)

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Member of Board of Directors, Goethe House of Wisconsin (Milwaukee), 2007-2012 (temporarily suspended).
Freelance Journalist for Philosophy, Culture and Music: Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, Heidelberg; Westdeutsche Zeitung, Düsseldorf/Wuppertal; and Online Musik Magazin, (1993-1997).