Seminar Series in Analytic Philosophy 2021/2022

July 1, 2022 11:00am

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Previous Sessions:

 

Session 33 28-29 June 2022
Workshop Properties and Times
Org. Bruno Jacinto and Ricardo Santos

 

Session 32 24 June 2022
Desires don’t have desire-like direction of fit
Bence Nanay (University of Antwerp)

 

Extra Session 24 June 2022 [11h]
Monism and Qualitativism
Trevor Teitel (University of Toronto​)

 

Extra Session 22 June 2022 [11h]
Doing things individually in virtue of doing them together
Thomas Byrne (MIT)

 

Session 31 17 June 2022
Three Projects of Social Epistemology
John Greco (Georgetown University)

 

Session 30 03 June 2022
A perceptual sense of the future
Frédérique de Vignemont (Institut Jean-Nicod)

 

Extra Session 31 May 2022 [16h]
The Agential Stance
Lisa Bortolotti (Birmingham)

 

Session 29 27 May 2022
Are delusions pathological beliefs?
Lisa Bortolotti (Birmingham)

 

Extra Session 23 May 2022 [16h]
Robustness and evolution in climate models: some notes.
Luís Estevinha Rodrigues (Federal University of Ceará)

 

Extra Session 20 May 2022 [11h]
Epistemic trespassing and epistemic free-riding
Luís Estevinha Rodrigues (Federal University of Ceará)

 

Session 28 20 May 2022 [16h]
Frames affecting central debates within analytic philosophy of language
Zsofia Zvolensky (Eötvös Loránd University)

 

Session 27 13 May 2022
Justified belief for Gnostics
Julien Dutant (King’s College London)

 

Session 26 06 May 2022
Modern Arguments for Fatalism
Ricardo Santos (LanCog)

 

Session 25 29 April 2022
Conversational Internalism
João Miranda (LanCog)

 

Session 24 19 and 22 April 2022
Higher-Order Quantification and the Elimination of Objects
Petrus Hispanus Lectures: Cian Dorr (NYU)

 

Session 23 08 April 2022
Relativism and Retraction
Dan Zeman (Warsaw)

 

Session 22 01 April 2022
The cognitive life of maps
Roberto Casati (Institut Jean Nicod)

 

Session 21 25 March 2022
Modals and Copulas in Aristotle
Simona Aimar (UCL)

 

Session 20 18 March 2022
Barcan Formulas and the Limits of Contingency
Adam Murray (Manitoba)

 

Session 19 11 March 2022
An Internal Realist Interpretation of the Primitive Ontology Programme
Andrea Oldofredi (LanCog)

 

Session 18 04 March 2022
From Metaphilosophy to Semantics
Jonathan Berg (Haifa)

 

Session 17 25 February 2022
Consequences do not trickle down
Diogo Santos (LanCog)

 

Session 16 18 February 2022
Blameworthy Belief Without Control. The Case of Fake News Consumption.
Tommaso Piazza (Pavia)

 

Session 15 17 December 2021
Unconscious Mental Imagery Requires Unconscious Mental Qualities
Sam Coleman (Hertfordshire)

 

Session 14 09/10 December 2021
Workshop on conceptual engineering
org. Delia Belleri and Mirela Fus

 

Session 13 03 December 2021
‘Actually, Scratch That’: A Tour into the Illocutionary Fabric of Retraction
Laura Caponetto (Milan)

 

Session 12 26 November 2021
Awareness of Universals
Alex Grzankowski (Birkbeck)

 

Session 11 19 November 2021
Scientific Fictional Properties and Their Explanatory Power
Vera Matarese (Bern)

 

Session 10 12 November 2021
Harmful habits: Responsibility for implicitly biased behaviour
Josefa Toribio (Logos)

 

Session 9 05 November 2021
Linguistic Intentions
Indrek Reiland (Vienna)

 

Session 8 29 October 2021
When reality is confusing: Distinguishing confused perceptions from imagination
Ophelia Deroy (LMU)

 

Session 7 22 October 2021
Implicit knowledge: expanding the bounds of agency
Arnon Cahen (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

 

Session 6 14/15 October 2021
Workshop “New Mechanism, Reduction and Emergence in Physics, Chemistry and Biology”
org. David Yates (LanCog, University of Lisbon)

 

Session 5 08 October 2021
A Priori and A Posteriori: The Case of Proof
Timothy Williamson (Oxford)

 

Session 4 08 October 2021
First Steps in the Philosophy of Paradoxicality
Elia Zardini (LanCog and UCM)

 

Disputatio’s 25th anniversary 07 October 2021
Degrees of Freedom: Is Good Philosophy Bad Science?
Timothy Williamson (Oxford)

 

Session 3 01 October 2021
Ontological Disputes, Reference and the Limits of Charity
Delia Belleri (LanCog, University of Lisbon)

 

Session 2 29/30 September 2021
Workshop on “Concrete inter-subjectivity: Ontological, ethical, political and linguistic inquiries regarding interaction”.
org. Hili Razinsky (LanCog, University of Lisbon)

 

Session 1 24 September 2021
Are functions properties?
José Mestre (St Andrews/Stirling and LanCog)

 

 

Upcoming Sessions:

 

Session 34 01 July 2022
LanCog Day

 

Session 35 27-29 July 2022
Workshop on Metaphysics
Org. David Yates

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