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[ 08.11.2016 ] - LU FSI pētnieki 65. starptautiskajā fenomenoloģijas konferencē Mačeratā Itālijā

sadarbība ar Mačeratas universitātes filosofiem turpinās arī 2016.g.

referē Dr. phil. Velga Vēvere, sesiju vada Mg.phil. Giulio Lo Bello, Macerata, Italy,

65. starptautiskā fenomenoloģijas konference

The 65th Congress of Phenomenology

Macerata, Polo Pantaleoni

Via Armaroli/Via della Pescheria Vecchia, 22

November 9-11, 2016



Cultivation as a Paradigm

For Sustainable Production and Ecological Human Formation 

                                                                        PROMOTED BY

The World Phenomenology Institute

William S. Smith, Executive President

Jadwiga S. Smith, Co-President of American Division

Daniela Verducci, Co-President of European/Asian Division

Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, Founder † 

The International Society for Phenomenology and the Sciences of Life

Francesco Totaro, President

together with

The “Philosophy” Section

of The Department of Humanistic Studies

Roberto Mancini, President 

The “Environment & Territory” Section

of The Department of Education, Cultural Heritage and Tourism

Gian Luigi Corinto, President; 


The University of Macerata (Italy)

WEDNESDAY, November  9, 2016

h. 8,30-9,00                   On Site Registration

h. 9,00-9,30                   Conference Opening                                                   BLUE ROOM

Welcome address by the Authorities

                                    Chaired by: G.L. Corinto


- Francesco ADORNATO 

h. 9,30-10,15                 Introductory Session


- Daniela VERDUCCI

- Francesco TOTARO

h. 10,15                         Coffee Break

h. 10,30-12,30                I Plenary Session: On Cultivation as a Paradigm

                                    Chaired by:  D. Verducci                                 

-          Majia KŪLE, Cultivation as creative act and development of the Western civilization

-          Carmen COZMA, Humanness’ Cultivation in the Matrix of the All-Alive-Unity.

A Journey through Phenomenology of Life (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of   Iasi, Romania)

-           Ion SOTEROPOULOS, The Conservation of Life versus the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics. A Philosophical Investigation of a Major Contradiction (Independent Scholar, Founder of the “Apeiron” Centre, Paris, France)

h. 12,30-13,00                Discussion

h. 13,00-15,00                Lunch

h. 15,00-18,00                1. Parallel Section:  Commons and Cultivation                                   PURPLE ROOM 1

                                    Chaired by:  G.L. Corinto 


-  Simone BETTI, Urban horticulture. Critical and potential issues in the Marche(University of       Macerata, Italy)

- Edoardo BRESSAN, The Government of Commons in Alpine History (University of    Macerata, Italy)

-  Gian Luigi CORINTO, Vavilov’s Centers and Farming and Biodiversity Today (University of Macerata, Italy)

- Francesco MUSOTTI, Collective Property and Land Use in the Italian Economic Thought between the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: Theoretical Features and Topicality of Achille Loria’s Thought (University of Perugia, Italy)

-  Catia Eliana GENTILUCCI, The Italian social farming in the current European system, between “Franciscan vocation” and “Lutheran capitalism” (University of Camerino, Italy)




2. Parallel Section: Cultivation, Ethics and Anthropogenesis               PURPLE ROOM 2

Chaired by:  Francesco Totaro


-   Salahaddin KHALILOV, The Human’s Wave Principle and the Meeting of Times (Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences)

 -  Maria Teresa ÁLVARES  MATEOS, The constitution of objectivity from the insight of an Anthropogenesis (Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain)

-  Konul BUNYADZADE, Pre-human, Human and Post-Human in the Context of Time (Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences)

-  Alessandra  LUCAIOLI, Cultivating Spatial Justice (University of Macerata, Italy)

-   Kimiyo  MURATA-SORACI, Eco-Phenomenology: An Ethic of Hospitality? (School of    Global Studies, Tama University, Kanagawa, Japan)

-   Silvia PIEROSARA, Critique of Anthropocentrism and Interpretation as Articulacy: Some Analogies between Charles Taylor’s Views on the Human Place in Nature and the Cultivation Paradigm (University of Macerata, Italy)



3. Parallel Section: Cultivation and Aesthetics, Literature, Fine Arts    PURPLE ROOM 3

                                    Chaired by: Velga Vevere                                                         

-   Francesca BOLDRER, Columella and the philosophy of res rustica: the prefaces to books I and X (University of Macerata, Italy)

-   Rosemary GRAY , An Interval in the Enchantment of Living: Ben Okri’s The Age of Magic (2014) (University of Pretoria, South Africa)

-   Sarah MAPLE, William Congdon & the Harmony in the Cosmos: Cultivating an Aesthetic of Personhood (University of St Andrews, Fife, Scotland, UK)

-  Lyudmila MOLODKINA, The Aesthetics of Nature in the A.-T. Tymieniecka's Ontopoiesis of Life (The State University of Land Use Planning and Management, Moscow, Russia)







THURSDAY, November  10, 2016

h. 8,30-9,00                  On Site Registration 

h. 9,00-13,00                 II  Plenary Session: Transitions to Cultivation                     BLUE  ROOM

                                    Chaired by: M. Kūle

-          Francesco TOTARO, Toward a Cultivating Turn

-          Giovanni SALMERI, Anthropotechnics and Culture: in Dialogue with Peter Sloterdijk

-          Roberto MARCHESINI, Taking Care of World. The Ecology of being in Relationship


h. 11,00-11,15                Break

-          Pier Luigi FELICIATI, Data curation: the human care of respectful, robust, and permanent pieces of information in the digital era (University of Macerata)

-    Dario SACCHI,      Some Remarks about Teleology in Nature (Catholic University of


h. 12,30-13,00               Discussion

h. 13,00-15,00               Lunch Break

h. 15,00-18,00                4. Parallel Section:    Cultivation and Nature in the Sciences and the Human Sciences                                                Chaired by: Ion Soteropoulos                                              PURPLE ROOM 1                      

- Nicolay N. KOZHEVNIKOV - Vera S. DANILOVA,  Comparative analysis of the     metaphysical and phenomenological aspects of the world coordinate system based on the limits of dynamic equilibrium(North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk, Russia)

- Roberto CANULLO, Biological potentiality on plants: some insights     (University of


- Aydan TURANLI , Martin Heidegger on Technology: A Response to Essentialist Charge (Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey)

- Alexander  KUZMIN, Cultivation of the Personality in G.G. Shpet and M. M. Bakhtin's Philosophy (Yaroslav-the-Wise Novgorod State University, Velikij Novgorod, Russia )

-  Stefano POLENTA, The education as qualitative transformation (University of Macerata, Italy)

-  Mina SEHDEV, Perceptual Vision according to Gibson’s Ecological Theory in an Ontopoietic Perspective (University of Macerata, Italy)




5. Parallel Section: Cultivation and Creativity                       PURPLE ROOM 2

Chaired by: Dario Sacchi


-  VEVERE Velga, Cultivation of Spirit and Man’s Creative Telos  (University of Riga, Latvia)

- Julia PONZIO, “Cultiver l’intraduisible”: language and singularity in J. Derrida (University of Bari, Italy)

- Anna MAŁECKA, Piotr MRÓZ, Nature as a Pattern for Creativity: Bergson and Gaudi (Faculty of Humanities, AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland)

- Gale RICHARDSON, Cultivation between the violence of the life force and the art creativity (Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts, Portland, ME)




 6. Parallel Section: Cultivation, Phenomenology, Eco-phenomenology        PURPLE ROOM 3

  Chaired by: Giulio Lo Bello                                         

-  Mamuka DOLIDZE, Phenomenology of Life and Aristotle’s Metaphysics in the Context of Ecophenomenology(Tbilisi State University, Georgia)

-   Aleksandra PAWLISZYN, The Phenomenological Context of that which is Unexpected (Inter-Faculty Department of the Science of Art, Academy of Arts in Gdansk, Poland)

-  Martina  PROPERZI, Biosemiotics and Phenomenology: A New Framework for the Interdisclipinary Dialogue (Pontifical University of Lateran, Rome, Italy)

-  Olena SHKUBULYANI, To a Question of Eco-Phenomenology (Kharkov, Ukraine)








FRIDAY, November  11, 2016

h. 8,30-9,00                  On Site Registration

h. 9,00-13,00                 III Plenary Session:  Cultivation and Human Formation                   BLUE ROOM

                             Chaired by: Carmen Cozma

-          Ella BUCENIECE , Phenomenology of Person and Ecology of Intimacy

-          Anna  ARFELLI, Intersubjectivity plays a key role in the development of the competent infant (University of Macerata)

-     Giulio LO BELLO,  Logos of life and phenomenological psychiatry between new possibilities   

      and problematics (University of Riga, Latvia). 


h. 11,00-11,15                Break                             

-          Erkut SEZGIN, Philosophical Inquiry as Cultivation of Self-Understanding and  Cultivation in the Sense of Appropriaton of Self-Insight (Istanbul Kultur University, Turkey)

-          Carla DANANI, Rethinking relationships by means of Cultivation (University of Macerata)

h. 12,30-13,00               Discussion