Seminars

2023

23/05/2023 – Vladimic Krstic (Nazarbayev University): Why Should We Believe that Some Lies are not Intended to Deceive?

03/05/2023 – Benjamin Young (University of Nevada): Conceptualizing Smells

24/03/2023 – Cristopher Peacocke (Columbia University): Lecture 2: Understanding the Content of Music (Colloquium) 

23/03/2023 – Cristopher Peacocke (Columbia University): Lecture 1: Understanding the Content of Music

January – May – III Seminari de Filosofia de la Càtedra Josep Lluís Blasco de Filosofia i Ciutadania

2022

19/07/2022 Seminario: Mentiras y engaños en la era de la posverdad. De la filosofía a los medios de comunicación y la política. Universitat d’Estiu de Gandia 2022.

18/05/2022 – Miljana Milojević (Belgrade University): Persons as Properties

06/05/2022 – Krisztina Orban (University of Tübingen): What about Smiling?

05/05/2022 – Jan Sprenger (University of Turin): A Bayesian Perspective on Severity: Risky Predictions and Specific Hypotheses

January – May – II Seminari de Filosofia de la Càtedra Josep Lluís Blasco de Filosofia i Ciutadania

2021

28/06/2021 – María Caamaño (Universidad de Valladolid): Construct Validity and Meaningful Experimentation

January – June – I Seminari de Filosofia de la Càtedra Josep Lluís Blasco de Filosofia i Ciutadania

19/05/2021 – Alberto Oya (IFILNOVA, Arg Lag, Universidade Nova de Lisboa): Miguel de Unamuno: Fe sin creencia

2019

17/04/2019 – Ray Drainville (Visual Social Media Lab – Manchester Metropolitan University): Exploring the lives of images: Alan Kurdi on social media
Room: F11  10am-11:45pm

17/04/2019 – Jennifer Saul (University of Sheffield): What is happening to our norms against racist speech?
Room: F11  12am-2pm