ABSTRACT. Richard Kearney holds the Charles B. Seelig Chair of Philosophy, Boston College (1999–present). He has served as a visiting professor at University of Paris, Sorbonne, University of Nice–Sophia Antipodis, University College Dublin, and The Catholic University of Australia. He is author of over twenty books on European philosophy and literature (including two novels and a volume of poetry), and has edited or coedited fourteen more. As a public intellectual in Ireland, he was involved in drafting proposals for a Northern Ireland peace agreement (1983, 1993, 1995). He has presented several series on culture and philosophy for Irish and British television and broadcast frequently on the European media. He is currently director of the international Guestbook Project: Hosting the Stranger – Between Hostility and Hospitality. This interview was conducted at the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP) annual meeting in Salt Lake City on October 21, 2016. pp. 150–171


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