PBJ WORKSHOP

DÉJÀ-VU AND MEMORY

Bergson and Modern Philosophy of Memory

 

Talk : "A neo-Bergsonian view about déjà-vu" by Denis Perrin (Université Grenoble Alps / Centre for Philosophy of Memory)

    Respondent 1: Ken'ichi Hara (Hokkaido University)

    Respondent 2: Yasushi Hirai (Fukuoka University)

 

Date: September 12, 2021, 17:00-18:30 (JST)

Place: Zoom (registration required)

 

Organised by PBJ (Project Bergson in Japan) and Berutetsuken.

Supported by Société Franco-Japonaise de la Philosophie

 

Registration: https://forms.gle/XTWXe2MwRR6pVbzQ9

 

A cross-boundary exchange that aims to reboot Bergson's theory of déjà-vu, with reference to contemporary physiological and philosophical views on déjà-vécu and déjà-vu.

 

La conférence et les correspondances avec les répondants seront en anglais, mais vous pouvez également utiliser le français dans les questions. 


The displayed time in CET is NOT of summertime. Please re-calculate your own time based on JST time. Sorry for the confusion!

 

International Workshop

    Time, Freedom, and Creativity: Bergsonian Perspectives

 

    Dates: July 29, 30.

    CET: 9:00-11:00, 13:00-15:00

    JST: 17:00-19:00, 21:00-23:00. 

    Place: Zoom, virtually London (Registeration Required)

 

    Organizers: Project Bergson in Japan and Barry Dainton

    Speakers: Barry Dainton, Hisashi Fujita, Yasushi Hirai, Kaoru Kamiyama, Anne Sophie Meincke, Tatsuya Murayama, Mark Sinclair, and Yaron Wolf.

 (Mark Sinclair's talk is cancelled.)

 

Register here: https://forms.gle/wNUS51Ka637sAfEG8

 

Programme

 

THURSDAY 29

 

17:00-19:00 (JST), Chair: Tatsuya Murayama

Barry Dainton, Unity and Irreducibility

Yasushi Hirai, Bergson on Causality: A Generative Account on the Sense of Agency

 

21:00-23:00 (JST), Chair: Hisashi Fujita

Kaoru Kamiyama, Bergson on Sympathy

 

Anne Sophie Meincke, With Bergson Towards a New Bio-Processual

Metaphysics of Free Will - or: Why Contemporary Philosophers of Free

Will Ought to Read Bergson

 

 

FRIDAY 30

 

17:00-19:00 (JST), Chair: Barry Dainton

Yaron Wolf, Coinciding with Time's Flow: Intuition and the Experience of Time

Hisashi Fujita, On Personality: Analytical and Bergsonian Approaches

 

21:00-23:00 (JST), Chair: Yasushi Hirai

Tatsuya Murayama, Bergson on the Indefinability of Freedom

 

 

General Discussion

The report of the event is here:

https://bergson.hypotheses.org/1921


NEW!

For a review of the event Bergsonian « duration » and its mathematical ranges, click here.


International Workshop

    Time, Freedom, and Creativity: Bergsonian Perspectives

 

    Dates: March 16, 17.

    Place: University of Liverpool in London (33 Finsbury Square, London

    https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/london/contact/)

    Organizers: Project Bergson in Japan and Barry Dainton

    Speakers: Barry Dainton, Hisashi Fujita, Yasushi Hirai, Kaoru

    Kamiyama, Anne Sophie Meincke, Tatsuya Murayama, Mark Sinclair, and

    Yaron Wolf.

 


International Workshop

Remembering: Analytic and Bergsonian Approaches 

 

    One of the objectives of the PBJ (Project Bergson in Japan) is to attempt to “reboot” Bergsonian inspirations in the current philosophical context by way of interdisciplinary collaboration with different traditions such as modern analytic philosophy and the science of consciousness.
    Co-organized with the CPM (Centre for Philosophy of Memory), which is leading a rapidly growing analytical philosophy of memory, this workshop aims to expand the theoretical range of Bergson's philosophy of memory through to the latest debate on this topic via productive dialogue across the different traditions.

    • Dates:Octobre 28, 29.
    • Place:University of Grenoble Alpes
    • Organizers:Yasushi Hirai (Project Bergson in Japan, Fukuoka University), Kourken Michaelian (Centre for Philosophy of Memory,  Université Grenoble Alpes)
    • NEW Keynote Added: Barry Dainton (University of Liverpool) 
    • See also the Centre for Philosophy of Memory site.
    • Review: https://bergson.hypotheses.org/1410

International Workshop
Physical Time, Biological Time: Bergsonism Today
Temps physique, temps biologique : actualité du bergsonisme

  • Co-organized by PHISCIVI and PBJ
  • Dates: Octobre 24, 25.
  • Place: Université de Toulouse 2 – Jean Jaurès
  • Oragnizers / Organisateurs : Elie During et Paul-Antoine Miquel
  • Program(PDF)available here

« Durée » bergsonienne et ses portées mathématiques

Bergsonian « duration » and its mathematical ranges

  • 29 Dimanche, Septembre
  • Université de Tokyo, Hongo Campus Faculty of Law&Letters, Bldg. 1 Salle215
  • Sous la responsabilité de Takuya Nagano
  • Ryusuke Okajima (Université de Keio), Sébastien Miravète (Université de Toulouse Jean-Jaurès (France)), The non-local character of duration as a factor of indeterminacy Élie During (Université Paris Nanterre (France)), Takuya Nagano (Kumamoto National Institute of Technology).
  • Langues: français et anglais.
  • Programme (PDF).
  • For a review of the event, click here.

Events

  • « Durée » bergsonienne et ses portées mathématiques
    Bergsonian « duration » and its mathematical ranges
    • 29 Dimanche, Septembre
    • Université de Tokyo, Hongo Campus Faculty of Law&Letters, Bldg. 1 Salle215
    • Sous la responsabilité de Takuya Nagano
    • Ryusuke Okajima (Université de Keio), Sébastien Miravète (Université de Toulouse Jean-Jaurès (France)), The non-local character of duration as a factor of indeterminacy Élie During (Université Paris Nanterre (France)), Takuya Nagano (Kumamoto National Institute of Technology).
    • Langues: français et anglais.
    • Programme (PDF).
  • Temps physique, temps biologique : actualité du bergsonisme
    • Co-organised by PHISCIVI and PBJ
    • Dates:Octobre 24, 25.
    • Place:University of Toulouse
    • Direction:Paul-Antoine Miquel, Elie During
    • Keynote Speakers:Thierry Hoquet, Yasushi Hirai, Barry Dainton, Yukio-Pegio Gunji, Giuseppe Longo、Pierre Henri Gouhion.
  • Remembering: Analytic and Bergsonian Approaches (Franco-Japanese workshop)
    • Co-organised by CPM(Centre for Philosophy of Memory) and PBJ(Project Bergson in Japan)
    • Dates:Octobre 28, 29.
    • Place:University of Grenoble Alpes
    • Direction:Yasushi Hirai (PBJ, Fukuoka University), Kourken Michaelian (CPM,  Université Grenoble Alpes)
    • Speakers:
    • See also the Centre for Philosophy of Memory site.

- 2017 Rebooting Matter and Memory

2016 Diagnoses of Matter and Memory

2015 The Anatomy of Matter and Memory

"NOUS, BERGSONIENS : MANIFESTE DE KYOTO (2015)" by Elie During (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre) and Paul-Antoine Miquel (Université Toulouse 2)


All the proceedings have been edited and published in Japanese. Go to Books page.


Some of key conceptions (from Hirai's presentation)


This study is supported by the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) under Grant No. 15H03154 and No. 19H01190 from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).