2nd VLC Philosophy Workshop: Sharing Reasons (Valencia, June 11-12, 2020)

There is an ongoing debate about collective intentionality, joint attention, collective acceptance and collective emotion. In this Workshop, we will focus on a so far unexplored phenomenon, namely: the ability to share reasons. We intend to approach this issue from a plurality of perspectives, including how it may relate to some other issues such as cultural relativism, moral and aesthetic disagreement, internal and external reasons, explanatory and normative reasons, instrumentalism vs. realism in metaphysics and the philosophy of science, the asymmetries between the first-person and the third-person perspectives, the primacy of the second-person perspective and so on.

Programme and Book of Abstracts

Programme | Book of Abstracts


Video conference via Zoom


María Alvárez (Kings College London)
Virginia Ballesteros (University of Valencia)
Christopher Bennett (University of Sheffield)
Fernando Broncano (Carlos III, Madrid)
Marta Cabrera (University of Valencia)
Filippo Contesi (University of Barcelona)
Josep E. Corbí (University of Valencia)
Manuel García-Carpintero (University of Barcelona)
Javier Gonzalez de Prado (UNED, Madrid)
Carmen Martínez (University of Valencia)
Carlos Moya (University of Valencia)
Eduardo Ortiz (Catholic University of Valencia)
Carlos Patarroyo (Rosario University, Bogotá)
Mirja Pérez de Calleja (Los Andes University, Bogotá)
Sergi Rosell (University of Valencia)
Pablo Rychter (University of Valencia)
Jesús Vega (Autonomous U. of Madrid)
Víctor Verdejo (University of Valencia)

Book of abstracts


Registration and Contact

No need to register. Those interested in participating should contact us in josep.corbi ∞ uv.es


Marta Cabrera (University of Valencia
Josep E. Corbí (University of Valencia)
Carmen Martínez (University of Valencia)
Carlos Moya (University of Valencia)


Self-Knowledge, Moral Responsibility, and Authenticity 
(FFI2016-75323-P) Intercultural Understanding, Belonging and Value: Wittgensteinian Approaches (PGC2018-093982-B-I00: 2019–2021)