Carlos João Correia (Research Group Praxis) is giving a lecture on James Joyce’s Ulysses on April 8th at Capela do Rato (Lisbon). This lectures is part of the course Filosofia, Literatura, Espiritualidades, organized by Maria Luísa Ribeiro Ferreira.
The latest issue of Phainomenon is now available (entirely in Open Access)!
This issue on Philosophy and Psychopathology: phenomenological perspectives was organized by Elisabeta Basso and gathers several contributions resulting from a conference on the matter.
From the Editor’s Introduction:
«Over the last twenty years, we have been witnessing in the international context the emergence of what is presented as a “new research domain” within the philosophical field, the so – called “philosophy of psychiatry”. In order to define this new domain, the Anglo – American authors, in particular, go back to Karl Jaspers’ Allgemeine Psychopathologie and his attempt, at the beginning of the 20th century, to refound psychopathology on the basis of the phenomenological method. Indeed, according to this view, “philosophy of psychiatry” would come to exist together with an appeal to phenomenology, in order to provide psychiatry with a systematic method for investigating the psychopathological phenomena. Now, in fact, the perspectives labelling themselves as “phenomenological” in psychopathology are quite heterogeneous, and it is necessary to study them thoroughly, from both an epistemological and historical point of view, if we actually want to understand and benefit from them at present.».
The Community/Parish of Campo de Ourique (Lisbon) and the publisher Edições Colibri are paying a tribute to Professor Fernando Belo, former Professor at Philosophy Department of the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon and Researcher at CFUL.
The event will be held on saturday, February 16th at 4 p.m at Biblioteca/Espaço Cultural Cinema Europa (Lisbon).
For more information about the event, please follow the link.
O Núcleo de Estudos Simmelianos da Universidade de Lisboa, associado ao grupo PRAXIS do Centro de Filosofia da Universidade de Lisboa, pretende dar a conhecer e debater o pensamento do filósofo Georg Simmel através de sessões de estudo e conferências.
Estas sessões serão quinzenais, estando divididas em duas modalidades: uma de estudo e troca de ideias e outra em modo de seminário público ( onde serão convidados especialistas na área).
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