• Christine Hsiu-Chin Chou, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan

    Paper: Interfusion between Narrative and Existence: A Hermeneutic of ‘Guilty or Not Guilty’ in Stages on Life’s Way (Abstract)

  • Dante Clementi, University of St Andrews, UK

    Paper: Disorienting Upbuilding: Ricoeur and Kierkegaard on Spiritual Transfiguration through Reading (Abstract)

  • Torgeir Fjeld, Ereignis Center for Philosophy and the Arts

    Welcome: (Abstract)

  • Kresten Lundsgaard-Leth, International People’s College, Denmark

    Keynote address: For the Love of God? On Hägglund’s misunderstanding of Fear and Trembling (Abstract)

  • Chris Norris, University of Cardiff

    Keynote address: Neither/Nor: Kierkegaard Between Philosophy and Literature (Abstract)

  • Gorica Orsholits, European Graduate School

    Paper: Elucidating humour in Kierkegaard’s philosophy (Abstract)

  • Gisle Selnes, University of Bergen, Norway

    Keynote address: Job’s Modernity; or Ereignis & Repetition: a Lacanian re-view, with discontinual reference to the Assange case (Abstract)

  • Adam Staley Groves,

    Paper: Lord of the Door: Kierkegaard and the poetry of thought (Abstract)

  • Jørgen Veisland, University of Gdańsk, Poland

    Keynote address: What’s in a name. A Kierkegaardian approach to Herman Melville’s Billy Budd, Albert Camus’ The Myth of Sisyphus and Paul Auster’s City of Glass (Abstract)

  • Huang Yufeng, University of Macau

    Paper: The Divinatory and the contemporaneity: different thoughts of Schleiermacher and Kierkegaard on hermeneutics (Abstract)

  • Giulia Zerbinati, Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna

    Paper: Aesthetic images as the reconnection of the self with the world: an Adornian approach to Kierkegaard (Abstract)

  • Santiago de Arteaga, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile / Universiteit Leiden

    Paper: To die being oneself: The literary image of the ‘teacher of earnestness’ and it’s place in self-becoming (Abstract)