The Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia just published this month its most recent volume, dedicated exclusively to the Iberian School for Peace, Natural Law and Human Dignity. The July issue was edited by Pedro Calafate, Full Professor at our University and Senior Researcher, and by Álvaro Balsas, SJ., Professor and Researcher at the Catholic University of Portugal (Braga).

In his latest research project De Restitutione – The Iberian School for Peace and the idea of ​​justice in the occupation of America (16th century), which began less than four years ago, Professor Pedro Calafate deepens what he had started years before with the several in-depth studies on Father António Vieira, his thought and those of other Iberian philosophers and writers, the Portuguese culture and the People of the New World, the encounters and texts that, today, are so interesting and necessary. The celebration, last December, of the seventy years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights shows the relevance of addressing the topics brought up by the Iberian School for Peace’s writings and authors.

 

See the index here.

See the Journal’s webpage here.

 

 

The latest issue of Disputatio (vol. XI, Nº52, May 2019) is now available!

This regular issue has articles on propostions, personal identity and John Searle.

 

Disputatio is an open access journal published by the De Gruyter, and is available here.

 

The latest issue of the journal philosophy@Lisbon has been recently released!

This issue has articles focusing subjects within History of Philosophy (discussions of Aristotle, Montaigne, Espinosa, Schopenhauer, Bergson, and Arendt) as well as Praxis (focusing on issues as political economy, neuroethics and theological propositions).

 

philosophy@Lisbon is an open access journal, available here.

 

Professor Pedro Alves, Associate Professor at the School of Arts and Humanities – University of Lisbon and Full Member of CFUL, is one of the Invited Speakers of the II International Congress of Phenomenology & Psychology and IV Brazilian Congress on Psicology & Phenomenology that is going to be held at the Federal University of Paraná,  in Curitiba (Brazil) on 22-24 July 2019.

 

The event’s topic is Psychological Phenomenons and Health and Pedro Alves is giving the talk «A Psicologia Fenomenológica de Edmund Husserl revisitada – Conteúdos e Métodos» [Edmund Husserl’s Phenomenological Psychology revisited – Contents and methodologies] on the 23rd of July.

 

For more information on the event, follow the link.

Emanuele Mariani, FCT Researcher at CFUL is one of the invited lecturers of The Phenomenology Summer School in Venice. The event is going to be held at Ca’Foscari University, in Venice, Italy on 1-5 July 2019.

 

The Summer School 2019 edition is on the topic Human, Not Enough Human and Emanuele Mariani is giving the talk «One is not born, but rather becomes, a… man. Husserl on the idea of Europe, philosophy and humanity» on the 3rd of July.

We are happy to announce that Domingos Faria, full member of LanCog and Junior Researcher at the School of Arts and Humanities – University of Lisbon is the winner of the 11th edition (2018) of the Essay Award  promoted by the Portuguese Society of Philosophy (Sociedade Portuguesa de Filosofia).

 

In the call, applicants should have addressed the issue “Is free will compatible with determinism?” and Domingos Faria submitted the winning essay «(β) não dá base ao incompatibilismo entre determinismo e livre-arbítrio».

 

The CFUL’s community congratulates Domingos Faria for his achievement.

 

Please see the SPF release here.