Thu, 12 Nov|
Na Rede 2020 Philosophy
Between November 12 and 20, a series of activities and conferences will be held to celebrate World Philosophy Day (November 19). Different undergraduate, master and doctoral students will present different research topics of interest through Zoom and Youtube Live.
Horario y ubicación
12 Nov 2020, 16:00 – 20 Nov 2020, 20:45
Acerca del evento
Between November 12 and 20, a series of activities and conferences will be held to celebrate World Philosophy Day (November 19). Different undergraduate, master and doctoral students will present different research topics of interest through the Zoom application, free of charge and in the afternoons.
- How to present yourself as a speaker
Anyone who is trained in philosophical subjects can exhibit, but it is not necessary to have a degree in Philosophy (they can be a relationship with physics, mathematics, philology, ...) and the most diverse subjects you want (animais ethics; political philosophy; mathematical foundations, ...). It just has to be philosophical!
The deadline to present the conference proposal is Friday 23 (included) by email to contacto@veritas-estudiantesdefilosofía.com or fill out the following Google form by clicking here .
You do not need to present any document, simply:
1. Name and Surname
2. Institution from which you are (or from which you are graduated)
3. Conference title
If you only wish to attend via Zoom, you can do so by filling in the same Google form (so that what is necessary will be sent to you by mail) or by clicking on the links that will be enabled later.
The notification email can reach your spam box; check it if you have signed up.
- Activity program
16:00 - Untitled 1 , by Marco Portillo (USC)
17:45 - Alletic Modalities in Megaric-Stoic Logic , by Jose Alejandro Fernández (UCM)
19:30 - Should you be a utilitarian? O challenge of the ethics of axiological populations , by Mateo Rozas (USC)
Friday the 13th
16:00 - The irruption of the Socratics in Athens , by Pablo Molina (UCM)
17:45 - The foundation of mathematics and Gödel's Theorems , by Mario Rodríguez (US)
19:30 - A dizer that for fazer. O speech on ineffability of transcendence in Kierkegaard and Wittgenstein , by Martina Garea (USC) (files to use here )
16:00 - Thinking without an idea: towards an infinite thought , by Alejandro Romero (USC)
17:45 - Divine omnipotence and Fitch's paradox , by Alejandro Gracia (USAL)
19:30 - Do I govern souls ao I govern two corpos: do pastoral power to Foucault's neoliberalism , by Valeria Vázquez (USC) (files to use here )
16:00 - The mission, problems and usefulness of philosophy in the 21st century , by Gerardo Valcárcel (USC)
17:45 - Music and philosophy: same subject, different languages. On the metaphysics of music , by Alicia Ibañez (UGR)
19:30 - Do economists dream of a Mr. Spock drawn by Matt Groening? , by Small CP (UNED)
16:00 - Post-gender Affects and Policies: Towards New Paths of Transformation , by Iago Mora (USC) (files to use here )
17:45 - Introduction to ethics focused on suffering , by Amanda Briones (USC)
19:30 - Transgression and usurpation. A Philosophical Reading of Frankestein , by Manuel Dieryck (UGR)
16:00 - Epistemic injustice: an exercise in applied epistemology , by Mary Spratt (UAM)
17:45 - Is there a possible world where Pedro Sanchez is Otto Frauden? , by José Fernández (USAL)
19:30 - From muses to artists: review and criticism of the role of women in art , by Carlota Lois (USC)
16:00 - (Re) producing realities: the impact of video games in the 21st century , by Sara González (UPF)
17:45 - Metalinguistic and metaphysical negotiations: the continuators of Carnap's legacy , by Manuel J. Sanchís (UGR)
19:30 - What is quantification variation? , by Pablo Carrete (UVa)