Tag: Schirmacher

07 Dec 22
Living philosophy: new essay on Schirmacher’s philosophy of education
For Wolfgang Schirmacher philosophy has always been as much about “doing” as about “knowing”; the domains of traditional essays and other forms of philosophical praxis are deeply connected. In…
13 Apr 22
Schirmacher’s event of technology
How do we think about the philosophical legacy of Martin Heidegger today, and how does the answer to that question influence our assessment of his student Wolfgang Schirmacher’s philosophy of techno…
11 Sep 20
Ereignis: the thought
We are expanding the Library of our Ereignis website. Recently we added some more detail to our approach to what the term Ereignis might mean. Does it ring true or interesting to you? We’d be very i…
17 Jun 20
CfP Inscriptions 4, n1: Artificial Life: ethics and the good life
Deadline for proposals: 15 September 2020. Full manuscripts due 15 October 2020. Ethics, the question of how to live right and well, has been one of philosophy’s key concerns from its beginnings. …
09 Jul 18
Editorial on Schirmacher
Our first edition of Inscriptions is out. The issue is chiefly concerned with the technophilosophy of Wolfgang Schirmacher. Here is an excerpt from the editorial: In the philosophy of Wolfgang Schirm…
10 Apr 18
Ereignis Retreat 2018
Mike Figgis, yoga, coaching: nine days of true freedom and the art of living at an exceptional resort in scenic Norway 20 to 28 October. Sign up at ereignis.no/
About Torgeir Fjeld
Writer, publisher, and educational administrator, holding PhDs in Philosophy (EGS, 2017) and Cultural Theory (Roehampton, 2012). Latest publications include Introducing Ereignis: Philosophy, Technology, Way of Life (2022) and Rock Philosophy (2019) and articles in Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, International Journal of Žižek Studies, and others. Presently serving as Head of Ereignis Center for Philosophy and the Arts, Publisher at Tankebanen forlag, and Editor-in-Chief of the peer-reviewed journal Inscriptions. Fjeld has taught at universities across North America, Europe, and Africa. Here is section dedicated to poetry in translation. This page has a cookie policy.
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