Friday 15/12 – Chon Tejedor: “Contingency and Ethics in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus”

Next Friday, December 15th, from 11:00 to 13:00, Chon Tejedor (Universitat de València) will be presenting “Contingency and Ethics in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus” (abstract). The presentation will take place at the seminar room of the Philosophy Teaching Unit (ground floor, F11), at the Faculty of Philosophy and Education Sciences of the University of Valencia. Please bear in mind that this week’s session is scheduled half an hour earlier than usual.

Friday 01/12 – Manolo Martínez: “No hay más información que la información de Shannon”

Next Friday, December 1st, Manolo Martínez (Universitat de Barcelona) will be presenting “No hay más información que la información de Shannon”. The presentation will take place at the seminar room of the Philosophy Teaching Unit (ground floor, F11), at the Faculty of Philosophy and Education Sciences of the University of Valencia, from 11:30 to 13:30. Find the abstract here.

Friday 17/11 – Tobies Grimaltos, “Postveritat, escepticisme de recepció i escepticisme d’emissió”

Next Friday, November 17th, Tobies Grimaltos will be presenting “Postveritat, escepticisme de recepció i escepticisme d’emissió”. The presentation will take place at the seminar room of the Philosophy Teaching Unit (ground floor, F11), at the Faculty of Philosophy and Education Sciences of the University of Valencia, from 11:30 to 13:30. Find the abstract here.

Norms, meaning and the a priori reading group starting next Wednesday

The first session of the Norms, meaning and the a priori reading group, organized by Jordi Valor, will take place next Wednesday, November 8th, from 12:00 to 14:00 at Blasco’s Room (5th floor). This reading group will be devoted to discussing several chapters of Alan Gibbard’s Thinking how to live (2003). In the first session we will be discussing the introductory chapter:

Gibbard, Alan (2003) “Introduction: a possibility proof”, in Thinking how to live, Harvard University Press, p. 3-21

For further information about forthcoming sessions check Valencia Philosophy Lab or contact Jordi Valor.

“The Alteration Thesis: the role of the victim in forgiveness” Chris Bennett

Next Friday, November 3rd, Chris Bennett will be presenting “The Alteration Thesis: the role of the victim in forgiveness”. The presentation will take place at the seminar room of the Philosophy Teaching Unit (ground floor, F11), at the Faculty of Philosophy and Education Sciences of the University of Valencia, from 11:30 to 13:30. Find the abstract here.