"APPLIED HEIDEGGER CONFERENCE "
September, 1989 * U.C. Berkeley
SET OF ALL 18 AUDIOTAPES FOR $115
01 "Heidegger's Interest in Applying His Thought Beyond Philosophy" - Medard Boss, M.D. 1 $8
Dr. Boss, author of Psychoanalysis and Daseinanalysis, worked closely with Heidegger for many
years, during which time Heidegger led seminars for psychiatry residents and faculty at Dr. Boss's
"Living with Technology Symposium"
How Heidegger's thought can be helpful both for living with technological devices and for
understanding the nature of life in a technological age.
02 Albert Borgmann 1 $8 Professor of Philosophy, University of Montana. Author of Technology
and the Character of Contemporary Life
03 Hubert Dreyfus 1 $8 Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley. Author of
What Computers Can't Do: A Critique of Artificial Intelligence and co-author of Mind Over
Machine: The Power of Human Intutition and Expertise in the Era of the Computer.
04 Don Ihde 1 $8 Professor of Philosophy, SUNY Stony Brook. Author of Technics and Praxis and
05 Terry Winograd; Participants' Dialogue - Borgmann, Dreyfus, Ihde, Winograd 1 $8
Professor of Computer Science, Stanford University. Co-Author of Understanding Computers and Cognition:
A New Foundation for Design.
"Healing and Wholeness Symposium"
How Heidegger's ontology has helped practitioners develop alternative approaches to healing the
body, the psyche and the soul. How people in the healing professions can make their practice
more effective and fruitful by incorporating Heidegger's insights about what it means to be human.
06 Patricia Benner 1 $8 Professor of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco. Author of
From Novice to Expert: Excellence and Power in Clinical Nursing Practice and co-author of
The Primacy of Caring: Stress and Coping in Health and Illness.
07 Matthew Budd, M.D. 1 $8 Internal Medicine, Harvard Community Health Plan, Adjunct Professor
of Medicine, Harvard Medical School. Co-author of "The Potentiating Physician: Combining
Scientific and Linguistic Competence."
08 Heinrich Ott / Niklaus Peter 1 $8 Professor of Theology, University of Basel, Switzerland.
Author of Thinking and Being: The Way of Martin Heidegger and the Way of Theology and
many other books on the relation of theology to contemporary philosophy.
09 Louis Sass 1 $8 Professor of Clinical Psychology, Rutgers University. Co-editor of Hermeneutics
and Psychological Theory, now completing a book on Madness and Modernism.
"The Individual and the Community Symposium"
The ethical, social and political implications of Heidegger's thought. Participants will address questions
such as: Does Heidegger's concept of authenticity prove compatible with more traditional moral
concepts of duties, rights and choices? Does Heidegger's critique of metaphysics call into question
the legitimacy of political structures grounded in that metaphysics?
10 John D. Caputo (Heidegger & Responsibility) 1 $8 Professor of Philosophy, Villanova University.
Author of Heidegger and Aquinas and Radical Hermenutics.
11 Fred R. Dallmayr 1 $8 Professor of Government, University of Notre Dame. Author of Critical
Encounters: Between Philosophy and Politics and Polis and Praxis.
12 Reiner Schurmann / Randall Havis 1 $8 Professor of Philosophy, New School for Social Research.
Author of Meister Eckhart: Mystic and Philosopher and Heidegger on Being and Acting: From
Principles to Anarchy.
13 Charles Taylor 1 $8 Professor of Political Science, McGill University. Author of Hegel and Sources
of the Self.
"Constructing Our Future World Symposium"
The impact of Heidegger's thought on business management, environmentalism and post-modern culture.
14 Fernando Flores 1 $8 President, Logonet. Co-author of Understanding Computers and Cogniton:
A New Foundation for Design.
15 Richard Rorty 1 $8 University Professor of Humanities, University of Virginia. Author of Philosphy
and the Mirror of Nature and Contingency, Irony and Solidarity.
16 Michael Zimmerman (Heidegger & Deep Ecology) 1 $8 Professor of Philosphy, Tulane University.
Author of Eclipse of the Self: The Development of Heidegger's Concept of Authenticity and
Where the Danger Is: Heidegger's Confrontation with Modern Technology.