The Existential Interpretation of Being Human in Philosophy and Psychology

EHU’s Center for Philosophical Anthropology together with Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre (Copenhagen) and Center for Religious Studies and Research (Vilnius) are pleased to invite you to an academic conference “The Existential Interpretation of Being Human in Philosophy and Psychology: Validity and Topicality.” The conference, which marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Søren Kierkegaard, will take place on October 3–6, 2013, at Vilnius University (Universiteto 7), Vilnius, Lithuania.  

The conference scientific committee consists of Anatoli Mikhailov (EHU, Vilnius), Hans Ruin (Sodertörn University, Stockholm), Rita Šerpytytė (Vilnius University, Vilnius), Tatiana Shchyttsova (EHU, Vilnius), Tomas Sodeika (Vilnius University, Vilnius), Jon Stewart (Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre, Kopenhagen).

To register, please email Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre secretary Bjarne Still Lauberg: sec @ sk.ku.dk    

For general information and questions concerning accommodation, please contact EHU’s Coordinator of Research Division Natalja Tuganova (local coordinator, EHU): natalja.tuganova @ ehu.lt.

For more information, please, click here (draft agenda, EN).

Co-financed by:European Commission