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Richard Menary: Did Social Cognition Culturally Evolve?

Lecture by Richard Menary (Macquarie), organized by the Department of Theoretical Philosophy

For some time now, the dominant theory of social cognition has been mindreading (or mentalizing); the ability to attribute mental states in order to explain and predict behaviour. The current state of the art is implicit mindreading: an inherited capacity for automatic and fast mentalizing. However, implicit mindreading has come under pressure, for example....(continue reading...)

Wanneerwo 25-10-2017
Aanvang15:15
Eindtijd17:00
Waarroom Omega

Juhana Toivanen

Lecture by Juhana Toivanen (University of Gothenburg), organized by the Department of the History of Philosophy

Title & abstract TBA

Wanneerwo 01-11-2017
Aanvang15:15
Eindtijd17:00
WaarRoom Omega

PPE lecture series: Peter Niesen

Prof. Peter Niesen (Hamburg) will give a lecture entitled Resistance, Civil Disobedience, and Constituent Power - Emerging Counter-Narratives for Transnational Constituencies

Abstract TBA

Wanneerwo 22-11-2017
Aanvang15:15
Eindtijd17:00
Waarroom Omega

Early Modern Matter Theories

Workshop: Early Modern Matter Theories (VENI Spiritual Matter), organized by Doina-Cristina Rusu

Speakers: Delphine Bellis (Montpellier), Laura Georgescu (Groningen), Silvia Manzo (La Plata), Doina-Cristina Rusu (Groningen)

Wanneerwo 06-12-2017
WaarFaculty of Philosophy, room TBA

Lilian Bermejo Luque: Being justified as the effect of justifying

Lecture by Lilian Bermejo Luque (Universidad de Granada), organized by the Department of Theoretical Philosophy

Argumentation Theory is frequently seen as the task of putting together all that we know about ways of arguing that have proven to be safe, in the sense of warranting –one way or another, and to a certain extent— their outcome. From this perspective, the relationship between Argumentation Theory and Epistemology would be a matter of epistemic justification becoming the main standard of argumentative goodness, so that Argumentation Theory turns into a particular type of applied epistemology. Yet, it is also possible....(continue reading...)

Wanneerwo 06-12-2017
Aanvang15:15
Eindtijd17:00
Waarroom Omega

Lilian Bermejo Luque

Lecture by Lilian Bermejo Luque (Granada), organized by the Department of Theoretical Philosophy

Wanneerwo 06-12-2017
Aanvang15:15
Eindtijd17:00
Waarroom Omega

David Ebrey

Lecture by David Ebrey (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), organized by the Department of the History of Philosophy

Title & abstract TBA

Wanneerwo 17-01-2018
Aanvang15:15
Eindtijd17:00
WaarRoom Omega

Navigating the Old and the New. Sir Kenelm Digby and the Canon

Two-days workshop (January 26-27), organized by Han Thomas Adriaenssen and Laura Georgescu of the Groningen Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Thought

A successful diplomat, privateer and natural philosopher, Sir Kenelm Digby was one of the most intriguing of early modern philosophers. Today, he is perhaps best known for ...continue reading...

Wanneervr 26-01-2018
WaarFaculty of Philosophy, Groningen, room TBA

Ludger Hagedorn

Lecture by Ludger Hagedorn (Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen), organized by the Department of the History of Philosophy

Title & abstract TBA

Wanneerwo 14-02-2018
Aanvang15:15
Eindtijd17:00
WaarRoom Omega

Andreas Stokke

Lecture by Andreas Stokke (Uppsala), organized by the Department of Theoretical Philosophy

Wanneerwo 21-02-2018
Aanvang15:15
Eindtijd17:00
Waarroom Omega

Daniel Garber

Lecture by Daniel Garber (Princeton), organized by the Department of the History of Philosophy

Title & abstract TBA

Wanneerwo 28-02-2018
Aanvang15:15
Eindtijd17:00
WaarRoom Omega

Paul Egre

Lecture by Paul Egre (Paris), organized by the Department of Theoretical Philosophy

Wanneerwo 11-04-2018
Aanvang15:15
Eindtijd17:00
Waarroom Omega

Justin Smith

Lecture by Justin Smith (Paris 7), organized by the Department of the History of Philosophy

Title & abstract TBA

Wanneerwo 02-05-2018
Aanvang15:15
Eindtijd17:00
WaarRoom Omega

Conference: Substance in Early Modern Scholasticism

Two-days conference (4-5 June 2018), organized by the Department of the History of Philosophy

Confirmed speakers: Sydney Penner, Dominik Perler, Marleen Rozemond, Tad Schmaltz

Call for Papers

Wanneerma 04-06-2018
WaarRoom Gamma

Sabina Leonelli

Lecture by Sabina Leonelli (Exeter), organized by the Department of Theoretical Philosophy

Wanneerwo 06-06-2018
Aanvang15:15
Eindtijd17:00
Waarroom Omega
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