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The Other Side brof Italian Thought

The Other Side
of Italian Thought

Emanuele Severino

Online Symposium, 20 Jan 2022, 14:00

Emanuele Severino (1929–2020) shows a radically different side of Italian philosophy: unabashedly metaphysical, uncompromisingly Parmenidean, and increasingly recognized as one of the most remarkable and challenging thinkers of the twentieth century — in the words of Italian philosopher Massimo Cacciari, the only alternative to Martin Heidegger.

Organized by Giulio Goggi, Federico Perelda, Damiano Sacco, and Ines Testing. In cooperation with FISSPA University of Padua and the Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Berlin

Video-meeting with the possibility of audiovisual participation. Please register on the event page. Public livestream available.
 
Emanuele brSeverino

Emanuele
Severino

The Language that Testifies to Destiny

Lectures and Discussion, 20 Jan 2022, 19:30

In this event, two of Italy’s most renowned contemporary philosophers, Ugo Perone and Luca Illetterati, will discuss the irreducible novelty and untimeliness of Emanuele Severino’s philosophical contribution. 

With Luca Illetterati and Ugo Perone
Moderated by Damiano Sacco

Part of the symposium The Other Side of Italian Thought

The number of participants at the ICI Berlin is limited. Please register on the event page.  Public Livestream available.

 
 
 
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Lecture, 25 Jan 2022, 20:00

Focusing on examples by British psychoanalysts, including Marion Milner and Christopher Bollas, this talk will attempt to construct an alternative to existing analyses of the encounter between Marxism and psychoanalysis that focus on abstract theories by grounding itself instead in socially and economically contextualised accounts of clinical practice.

A cooperation of the Berlin Institute for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (BiPP), the Cultural Science Institute of the Humboldt University Berlin, the International Psychoanalytic University (IPU), and the ICI Berlin, organized by Wilhelm Brüggen (BIPP), Monika Englisch (BIPP) and Andreas Gehrlach (HU Berlin)

The number of participants at the ICI Berlin is limited. Please register on the event page.  Public Livestream available.

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Violence, Care, brCure

Violence, Care,
Cure

(Self)perceptions Within the Medical Encounter

Symposium, 3-4 Feb 2022, 10:00

The two-day symposium seeks to address the ambiguities of and tensions among perceptions at the cusp of internal (subjective) and external (social, cultural, political) 'gazes'. What the individual experiences, at either end of the consultation room, is a complex interlacing of personal vicissitudes, global structures, and community practices: a prismatic network in which 'care' and 'violence' are reflected and refracted in a variety of oftentimes overlapping and divergent interpretative modes. 

Organized by Clio Nicastro and Marta-Laura Cenedese

The symposium is co-funded by the ICI Berlin, the VolkswagenStiftung, the Centre Marc Bloch, and the Nordic Summer University.

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NEW ICI BERLIN PRESS PUBLICATION
 
Over and Over and brOver Again

Over and Over and
Over Again

Reenactment Strategies in Contemporary Arts and Theory

ed. by Cristina Baldacci, Clio Nicastro, and Arianna Sforzini

Cultural Inquiry, 21

Berlin: ICI Berlin Press, 2022

Open Access

Over the last twenty years, reenactment has been appropriated by both contemporary artistic production and art-theoretical discourse, becoming a distinctive strategy to engage with history and memory. As a critical act of repetition, which is never neutral in reactualizing the past, it has established unconventional modes of historicization and narration.

Print version (Paperback) 22 €
Print version (Hardcover) 35 €

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