Philosophy @ Western Sydney – Seminar

Bernardo Ainbinder  (Diego Portales University, Chile)—“Ways of Being and Form 
of Life”

IThe precise meaning of the expression "way of being" in Heidegger has raised 
an interesting discussion (McDaniel 2009, 2012, Boeneker 2005, Hartmann 1972, 
Golob 2014, Dos Reis 2015). The Ways-of-Being (WOB) debate is mainly focused on 
two questions: (1) Is the distinction between modes of being a metaphysical 
distinction, so that everything that has a way of being is numerically 
different from everything that has another? And (2) does the question about 
ways of being coincide with the question about the way in which the entity is 
apprehended or conceptualized?

Bernardo Ainbinder is Lecturer at the Institute for Humanities, Diego Portales 
University, Chile, since 2015. He is currently a Visiting Fellow at the School 
of Humanities and Social Inquiry, University of Wollongong and the President of 
the Iberoamerican Heidegger Society (SIEH). He was previously Postdoctoral 
Fellow and Junior Researcher at the National Council for Scientific Research 
(Conicet), Argentina, and Visiting Researcher (2012-2014) at the Center for 
Subjectivity Research, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. His research 
interests are Neokantianism and Phenomenology and their import for contemporary 
discussions in philosophy of mind and philosophy of action.

Date/Time: Wednesday 28 March 2018, 3.30 pm - 5.00 pm – All Welcome
Place: University of Western Sydney, Bankstown Campus, Building 3, Room 3.G.54 
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