Seminar Series in Analytic Philosophy 2020/2021

June 25, 2021

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Previous Sessions:


Session 30 25 June 2021
Probing the Mind of God: Divine Beliefs and Credences
Elizabeth Jackson (Ryerson University) & Justin Mooney (University of Massachusetts Amherst)


Session 29 18 June 2021
The Right to An Explanation: A Social-Epistemic Approach
Adam Carter (Glasgow) & Emma Gordon (Glasgow)


Session 28 11 June 2021
Kinds, Objects, and Essences
David Papineau (King’s College London)


Session 27 04 June 2021
Faultlessness and multidimensionality
Diogo Santos (LanCog)


Session 26 27/28 May 2021
Social Epistemology Workshop
org. Domingos Faria & Michel Croce


Session 25 21 May 2021
The Ontology of Rock Music: Recordings, Studio-Performances or Songs?
Hugo Luzio (LanCog)


Session 24 14 May 2021
Reasons in Deception
Artūrs Logins (University of Zürich)


Session 23 07 May 2021
Varieties of Risk and Recklessness
Philip Ebert (University of Stirling)


Session 22 30 April 2021
NeoRussellian Logicism
Bruno Jacinto (CFCUL/LanCog) & José Mestre (Stirling/LanCog)


Session 21 23 April 2021
The Problem of Logical Omniscience: aboutness and impossible worlds approaches
Francisca Silva (LanCog, University of Lisbon)


Session 20 16 April 2021
Interpreting Groups
J. Robert G. Williams (University of Leeds)


Session 19 09 April 2021
On Proper Presupposition
Julia Zakkou (Bielefeld University)


Session 18 26 March 2021
Conceptual Engineering and Making Conceptual Change Happen
Delia Belleri (LanCog, University of Lisbon)


Session 17 19 March 2021
Content Determination for Conceptual Engineers
Timothy Sundell (University of Kentucky)


Session 16 12 March 2021
Rational Polarization
Kevin Dorst (University of Pittsburgh)


Session 15 05 March 2021
The threshold of belief and the value of punishment
Julien Dutant (King’s College London)


Session 14 26 February 2021
Consuming Fake News: Can We Do Any Better?
Michel Croce (Dublin/LanCog) & Tommaso Piazza (Pavia/LanCog)


Session 13 19 February 2021
The Classical Limit of Quantum Mechanics: One World, Many Routes
Davide Romano (LanCog, University of Lisbon)


Session 12 18 December 2020
The Expression of Hate in Hate Speech
Teresa Marques (University of Barcelona)


Session 11 11 December 2020
The Logic of Polyreference
Laura Delgado (LanCog, University of Lisbon)


Session 10 4 December 2020
Knowledge, Luck and Individualised Evidence
Dario Mortini (Cogito, University of Glasgow)


Session 9 27 November 2020
On the Optimality of Vagueness
Paul Egré (Institute Jean Nicod and École Normale Supériore)


Session 8 20 November 2020
Natural Kinds, Mind-Independence, and Unification Principles
Tuomas Tahko (University of Bristol)


Session 7 13 November 2020
The Fundamentality of Fundamental Powers
Joaquim Giannotti (University of Birmingham)


Session 6 6 November 2020
Grounding the Future (and the Future of Grounding)
Roberto Loss (University of Hamburg)


Session 5 30 October 2020
Against the Pretense View of Fiction
Manuel García-Carpintero (University of Barcelona / LOGOS / LanCog)


Session 4 23 October 2020
Musical Contagion and the Metaphorical Mind: What Music Teaches Us About Emotion
Federico Lauria (LanCog, University of Lisbon)


Session 3 16 October 2020
What is Moving Right Now?
Elton Marques (LanCog, University of Lisbon)


Session 2 9 October 2020
Knowledge-first account of group knowledge
Domingos Faria (LanCog, University of Lisbon)


Session 1 25 September 2020
Why Sensory Consciousness Can’t be Essentially Representational
David Papineau (KCL/CUNY)

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