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IASPES 5th Bi-Annual Int. Conference "Edith Stein's Itinerary ..."

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The 5th Bi-Annual Conference of The International Association for the Study of the Philosophy of Edith Stein (IASPES) - President: Prof. Antonio Calcagno, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy, King's Univ. College at Western University, London, ON, Canada - will take place at the University of Cologne, Germany, August 15-17, 2019 under the title "Edith Stein's Itinerary: Phenomenology, Christian Philosophy, and Carmelite Spirituality". There will be 60 papers from speakers from contries all over the world in four languages (German, English, French, and Spanish) and two keynotes ("Öffentliche Abendvorträge"). Prof. Dr. phil. Dr. phil. h. c. Andreas Speer, University of Cologne, will speak in German about: "'perfectum opus rationis' - Edith Steins Thomaslektüren und die Möglichkeit einer christlichen Philosophie" (this presentation will take place in the Great Reading Hall of the Library of the Archdiocese and Cathedral of Cologne / Erzbischöfliche Diözesan- und Dombibliothek Köln, Kardinal-Frings-Str. 1-3, 50668 Köln, on Thursday, August 15th, in the evening). Sister Prof. Dr. Anneliese Meis Wörmter SSpS, Pontificial University of Santiago de Chile / Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago de Chile, will also speak in German about: "Die einfache Seinsgewißheit des Menschengeistes und seine Konstitution als Antlitz im philosophischen Denken Edith Steins" (Friday, August 16th, in the evening).

The social program includes i. a. a visit of the Edith-Stein-Archives in the Cologne Convent of the Carmelite Sisters (o.c.d.), a Holy Mass in the church of the former Benedictine Abbey St Pantaleon (built in the 10th century), a Cello Concerto by the Russian cellist Prof. Elena Gaponenko, Cologne, and a Congress Dinner. There will be also possibilities to visit special places of memory of Edith Stein in Cologne.

Thanks to a generous financial aid of a Cologne-based sponsor the congress fees can be relatively low.

The congress fees include lunch on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, snacks at one of the evenings, coffee, tea, water and snacks during the coffee breaks, day tickets for all the days of the conference for Cologne Public Transport (KVB - Cologne Underground, Busses, Regional Trains in the city and the metropolitain area of Cologne), town maps for everyone, printing of program and abstracts, and many other things of organization. The Congress Dinner is not included in the congress fees.

For ACCOMODATION please note:

There are 41 rooms reserved in a very comfortable hotel in the city center of Cologne from Tuesday, August 13, to Sunday, August 18 ONLY for participants who will give a paper at the conference:

First category: 10 single rooms for 75.00 € / night

Second category: 12 single rooms for 118.00 € / night

Third category: 19 double rooms, which can be used as single or double rooms, for 118.00 € / night.

THE FIRST CATEGORY IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR QUICK BOOKS! AWARDING IN THE ORDER OF REGISTRATION!

If you want to stay in this Cologne hotel, please make your reservation ONLY with the local organizer (Prof. Klueting: harm.klueting@uni-koeln.de) and pay for your room when you will check out at the front desk of the hotel.

For very special cases there are 11 other single rooms available in another house, i. e. guest rooms in a Cologne monastery. In such cases please contact the local organizer, harm.klueting@uni-koeln.de

DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION FOR ACCOMODATION: JUNE 30, 2019.

DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION FOR THE CONFERENCE: JULY 15, 2019.


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