The seminar is addressing questions about listening and polyphony as unifying concepts for discovering the overlapping horizons of philosophical insights, aesthetical experience. Listening could be studied as an openness to others, a gesture, and activity. As the mutual coexistence of one’s own and surrounding environments, polyphony provides new opportunities for transdisciplinarity, starting in the field of philosophy, expanding through aesthetics and the arts, and insinuating in ethics, anthropology, and environmental humanities.
- Prof Dr Lenart Škof, Alma Mater Europeae, Insitutum Studiorum Humanitatis & Science and Research Centre, Institute for Philosophical Studies, Slovenia
- Prof Dr Ineta Kivle, University of Latvia, Interdisciplinary Research Centre & Academic Library, Latvia
- Prof Dr Raivis Bičevskis, University of Latvia, Department of Philosophy and Ethics, Latvia
- Prof Dr Anne Sauka, University of Latvia, Department of Philosophy and Ethics, Latvia
- Dr Maja Bjelica, Science and Research Centre, Institute for Philosophical Studies, Slovenia