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Dienstag, 29. November 2011

09:00-09:30   Markus Gabriel, Introduction

                       Moderation: Dr. Stephan Zimmermann

09:30-11:00   James Conant, The Ontology of the Cinematographic Image

11:00-11:15   Coffee Break

11:15-12:45   Gertrud Koch, Benjamin and Cavell: Two Versions of Love, Repetition, and Cinema

12:45-14:30   Lunch Break

                       Moderation: PD Dr. Rainer Schäfer

                       Grußwort von Prof. Dr. Paul Geyer, Dekan der Philosophischen Fakultät

14:30-16:00   George Wilson, The Imagined Seeing Thesis: A Qualified Defense

16:00-17:30   Eva Geulen, Film as Form in Agamben

17:30-17:45   Coffee Break

17:45-19:15   Josef Früchtl: ‘All you need is love’. Following Cavell's Suggestion

Mittwoch, 30. November 2011

                       Moderation: Dr. Jens Rometsch

09:15-10:45   Christiane Voss, The Affective Order of Cinematographic Time and Make-believe

10.45-11.00   Coffee Break

11:00-12:30   Markus Gabriel, Contingency and/or Fate? The Ontology of Cinematographic Time

12:30-14:30   Lunch Break

                       Moderation: Prof. Dr. Ursula von Keitz

14:30-16:00   Robert Pippin, Active and Passive Skepticism in Nicholas Ray’s In a Lonely Place

16.00-16.15   Coffee Break

16:15-17:45   Martin Seel, Filmic Skepticism about Photography and Film: The Case of Michelangelo Antonioni’s Blow Up