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Notiziario Labont n. 357 (10-16 maggio)
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In fondo basterebbe rileggere Manzoni

Luca M. Possati intervista Maurizio Ferraris – L’Osservatore romano (2/05/2020)

 
La pandemia può essere una grande occasione: occorre sfruttarla e andare avanti nel segno della solidarietà. Così Maurizio Ferraris, uno dei più importanti filosofi italiani, esprime la sua visione sul “dopo” l’emergenza. Professore all’università di Torino, Ferraris evita i facili paragoni tra guerra e pandemia ed è convinto che, soprattutto per l’Europa, questo momento rappresenti un bivio: o si rinasce con coraggio, o si rischia la disgregazione e il conflitto.
La pandemia ci costringe a ripensare radicalmente il nostro modo di stare assieme, ma anche il nostro modo di pensare noi stessi e il mondo. Che mondo si attende nel “dopo”?
Un altro mondo, un nuovo mondo, ma non necessariamente un mondo peggiore. Anzi, spero che sia migliore, e in questo caso tante lacrime e sangue non sarebbero stati sparsi invano. Il presidente Macron ha detto “siamo in guerra”, sottolineando la drammaticità della situazione. [Continua a leggere]



Post-Corona-Studien II: Was könnte das Gute sein, das Corona uns bringt?

Maurizio Ferraris – NZZ (6/05/2020)

 
Die Zeit der Quarantäne ist auch die Zeit des Smart Working, was spontan die Frage aufwirft, was in diesem Zusammenhang unter «smart» zu verstehen sei. Eines ist sicher: Diese Krise beschleunigt die seit mindestens zwanzig Jahren bestehende Tendenz zur Verschiebung von der Arbeit zur Mobilisierung. Die Unterscheidung zwischen Arbeits- und Lebenszeit verschwindet zusehends. Was uns anfangs als Möglichkeit erscheinen konnte, so zu arbeiten, als wäre man in den Ferien, ist längst zur Arbeit auch während der Ferien geworden. Dieses Phänomen kann auf zwei Weisen betrachtet werden. Sie schliessen einander nicht zwangsläufig aus, unterscheiden sich aber darin, dass die erste uns in die Vergangenheit zurückwirft, während die zweite in die Zukunft weist. [Lesen Sie weiter]




Covid 19:“Chi decide tra lo scienziato e il politico?”

Maurizio Ferraris – La Repubblica (3/05/2020)

Il virus, la necessità di consultare gli esperti ma anche l’obbligo di scegliere in base a una visione delle cose. Perché non ci sarà una dittatura dei competenti. Tra qualche giorno, si spera con saggezza e solidarietà, perché ne va di noi e di lei, l'Europa deciderà gli stanziamenti per il sostegno dell'economia messa in ginocchio dalla crisi; sarà una decisione che richiederà delle conoscenze scientifiche (anzitutto economiche), ma sarà una decisione politica, la cui responsabilità ricadrà sugli attori politici dell'evento. [Continua a leggere]
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L'università resta vuota ma accelera

Luca Parena - FuturaMagazine (6/05/2020)


Un semestre online in poche settimane. L'emergenza sanitaria del Covid-19 ha costretto il mondo della formazione a trovare soluzioni alternative alla didattica in presenza. L'Università degli Studi di Torino ha reagito con prontezza: come primo Ateneo italiano non telematico per offerta di insegnamento online ha avuto dalla sua un'infrastruttura tecnologica già sviluppata e un buon numero di docenti attenti all'innovazione. La professoressa Barbara Bruschi, vice rettrice alla didattica e docente di tecnologie dell'istruzione e dell'apprendimento, ha scritto le linee guida per tutti gli insegnanti dell'Ateneo. [Continua a leggere]
Il futuro: simulare serre al computer e rendere più efficaci i test a distanza
Luca Parena - FuturaMagazine (6/05/2020)


Registrare lezioni e caricarle sulle piattaforme online non fanno la didattica. Ci sono aspetti dell'insegnamento che gli strumenti digitali non possono sostituire. Questi punti deboli sono la sfida maggiore per ogni docente. Dalle discipline tecnico-scientifiche a quelle umanistiche, tutti gli insegnanti sono chiamati a ingegnarsi per trovare soluzioni. [...] Fondamenti di metafisica e ontologia, ma anche tutorial per mostrare agli studenti del primo anno come salvare i loro test scritti. La Professoressa Tiziana Andina, professoressa ordinaria di filosofia teoretica, in questo periodo è chiamata a fare tutto il possibile per supportare gli iscritti al suo corso di base. [Continua a leggere]



 

Post-coronial Studies - 6



Post-coronial studies: Reflections on Growth and Reality
Melanie Erspamer - Labont Blog


When a crisis arrives and shakes the assumptions we took for granted, even if they do not tumble down, we would do well to take a closer look at them. After all, the ‘utility’ of a crisis can be to remind us that we are susceptible to crises. In this case, the shadow cast by the current outbreak is that of an even larger global disaster, the climate crisis, one on which we have been doing little more than writing articles as we continue to increase emissions.
I want to take a closer look at one particular ingrained assumption of our current socioeconomic system—because it is not questioned much, even in this time of great uncertainty, and because it is relevant to the climate crisis that awaits us: the assumption of endless and continuous growth [keep reading].


La morte dell’arte per COVID-19
Enrico Terrone - Labont Blog


Inizialmente, avevo pensato di impostare questo pezzo come una riflessione sui film più adatti a rappresentare la situazione che stiamo vivendo a causa del COVID-19. Avevo scelto di intitolarlo “Bentornati nel deserto del reale” per evidenziare che, in aggiunta ai film catastrofici su virus e pandemie, ad esempio il sottovalutato Contagion (2011), mi sembrava importante considerare anche quei film fanta-informatici, come lo stranoto Matrix (1999), che contrappongono uno spazio reale lugubre e desertificato a uno spazio artificiale nel quale sembra invece pullulare la vita. È la proverbiale scelta fra la pillola blu e la pillola rossa, che però, per noi, ora, ha condizioni differenti da quelle su cui ragionavano a loro tempo Morpheus e Neo: la pillola rossa significherebbe avventurarci nelle strade deserte mettendo a repentaglio la nostra e l’altrui salute, per cui pare più assennata la scelta della pillola blu, con il suo spazio artificiale nel quale abbiamo trasferito varie attività che in precedenza svolgevamo nello spazio reale non ancora desertificato [continua a leggere].
 


 

Labont Seminar 2020



Labont Seminars 2020
12 Maggio 2020, ore 16.00-18.00

Il prossimo incontro del Seminario Labont si terrà il 12 maggio, alle ore 16.00, su Webex.

Angela Condello, Metodo giuridico e Algoritmo (forthcoming in Rivista critica del diritto privato, 2020)

Sommario
1. Un cambiamento di paradigma? La rivoluzione dell’algoritmo e la tradizione del metodo. – 2. Il diritto alla prova dell’algoritmo: una fenomenologia complessa. – 3. Il dato, il calcolo e la correlazione: materia e logica della trasformazione digitale. – 4. Funzione e senso del diritto: la justice, au coeur. – 5. Considerazioni conclusive.

Prossimi appuntamenti:

  • 26 maggio: Erica Onnis
  • 9 giugno: Davide Dal Sasso
  • 23 giugno: Gabriele Gava


 

 
 

 Rai Cultura - Pearson Italia

Per la maturità


Friedrich Nietzsche: superuomo ed eterno ritorno
Maurizio Ferraris - Rai Cultura


In un’età segnata dall’evoluzionismo l’uomo non appare più come una creatura, ma come un essere impegnato in un processo di autosuperamento: una corda tesa tra la bestia e il superuomo, come scrive Friedrich Nietzsche. Il pensiero appare promettente e rivoluzionario, ma anche insopportabile: dove andremo a finire? Che ne sarà di noi? Ed è per questo che, in perfetta antitesi con questa visione iper-progressiva, Nietzsche pone come contrappeso, ma anche come contraddizione, l’idea dell’eterno ritorno, un ciclo che pone fine al progresso e spezza la freccia del tempo trasformandola in una ruota o, se vogliamo, in un boomerang.

La teoria del plusvalore in Marx
Maurizio Ferraris - Rai Cultura


Diversamente dal servo della gleba, che sa quando lavora il suo campo e quando invece lavora il campo del padrone, l’operaio industriale, che vende il suo tempo, non il risultato del suo lavoro, non sa quando ha finito di lavorare per sé e quando ha incominciato a lavorare, gratuitamente, per il padrone. È sull’ignoranza di questo stato di cose, che Marx definisce plusvalore: i poveri diventano sempre più poveri e i ricchi sempre più ricchi.

Post verità e altri enigmi
Maurizio Ferraris - Rai Cultura


Le persone che stanno sul web e scambiano le proprie opinioni con altri che danno loro ragione realizzano una forma di monadicità, rappresentano l'universo a partire da loro stesse. Da qui deriva la post verità: si ha accesso a tutto l'universo e lo si deforma secondo le proprie inclinazioni. La verità non si trova in natura, in natura si trova la realtà; per produrre la verità esiste una tecnica. La post verità fa riferimento a una sfera ontologica estremamente limitata; se invece si riesce a rappresentare una parte più ampia del mondo si è in grado di fare la verità. Maurizio Ferraris ragiona di post verità al Festival della Comunicazione di Camogli nel 2017.

Uomo e Oltreuomo per Nietzsche
Maurizio Ferraris - Pearson Italia


PER CHI: studenti del 5° anno della Scuola secondaria di secondo grado.

La videolezione fa parte del ciclo "Verso l'Esame di Stato", organizzato nell'ambito delle iniziative Pearson Kilometro Zero, imparare senza distanze.




Labont Informs



Come sarà il lavoro dopo il virus? I 7 trend della nuova occupazione

Francesca Barbieri – Il Sole 24 ore (1/05/2020)


Un’era si è chiusa e ora è inevitabile chiedersi: come sarà il lavoro dopo l'emergenza Covid19? Quali sono gli scenari che si stanno prefigurando? Ecco cosa cambierà dallo smart working alla formazione fino al ruolo di donne e giovani. Le previsioni sono drammatiche: un miliardo e mezzo di persone, quasi la metà della forza lavoro nel mondo, potrebbe cadere in povertà a causa della crisi provocata dal coronavirus. Secondo l’allarme lanciato dall’Organizzazione mondiale del lavoro (Ilo), per questi lavoratori lo stipendio si è ridotto in media del 60% in un mese e «senza fonti alternative di reddito - avverte l'Ilo - non avranno mezzi per sopravvivere». In Italia - mentre l’Istat certifica a marzo un boom di inattivi (+301mila rispetto al 2019), nel Def c’è la previsione di oltre mezzo milione in meno di posti di lavoro entro la fine dell’anno. [Continua a leggere]

Nel seppellire immagini. Conversazione con Aurelio Andrighetto

Mauro Zanchi – La Balena Bianca (4/05/2020)


Lo scultore Constantin Brancusi accetta che Man Ray lo ritragga fotograficamente a condizione che l’immagine venga prelevata da fotogrammi di un film: «girai alcune centinaia di metri di pellicola mentre si muoveva nella stanza, poi la proiettai lentamente e lui mi indicò il fotogramma prescelto», racconta Man Ray nella sua autobiografia. Brancusi posiziona la fotocamera nel suo atelier e scatta una foto. Poi sposta o sostituisce una scultura e scatta un’altra foto dalla stessa posizione. L’artista modifica la percezione dello spazio attraverso il tempo che separa uno scatto fotografico dall’altro: il tempo che scorre lentamente nella proiezione di Man Ray e quello che intercorre fra uno scatto e l’altro. [Continua a leggere]

A. Diéguez, "Realismo científico"

Enciclopedia de Filosofía de la Sociedad Española de Filosofía Analítica

La filosofía continental quedó en manos de corrientes abiertamente antirrealistas, cuando no neo-idealistas, como la fenomenología (en su orientación más influyente), el existencialismo, la filosofía neo-nietzscheana, las corrientes heideggerianas, el estructuralismo y postestructuralismo, el deconstruccionismo y la hermenéutica; aunque en la actualidad se está produciendo una recuperación de las ideas realistas dentro de esta tradición gracias al Nuevo Realismo (Maurizio Ferraris, Markus Gabriel, Mauricio Beuchot, etc.) y al Realismo Especulativo (Graham Harman, Quentin Meillassoux, Alberto Toscano, etc.) (cf. Gabriel 2015). [Sigue leyendo]

 

 


Calls


Journals


ARGUMENTA
General Call for Papers

Argumenta has now a new Editorial Board. You can check it here.

The Editorial Board of Argumenta invites scholars in the disciplines listed below to submit a paper, according to the rules of the Journal listed in this page. In order to submit a paper, please click on the “Submit your paper” button on the Home page of the journal. Papers will be double-blind refereed and, if accepted, published in the first available issue. Here is the list of disciplines within which the journal will consider submissions:

  • Aesthetics
  • Epistemology
  • Ethics
  • History of Analytic Philosophy
  • Metaphysics
  • Ontology
  • Philosophical Logic
  • Philosophy of Action
  • Philosophy of Language
  • Philosophy of Law
  • Philosophy of Mathematics
  • Philosophy of Mind
  • Political Philosophy

Argumenta is the official journal of the Italian Society for Analytic Philosophy (SIFA). It is published in English twice a year only in electronic version, and has already benefitted from the cooperation of some of the most distinguished Italian and non-Italian scholars in all areas of analytic philosophy.

All the contributions will undergo a standard double-blind refereeing procedure.
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RIVISTA DI ESTETICA 

The Senses of Smell: Scents, Odors and Aromatic Spaces
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2020

Advisory Editors: Nicola Perullo (University of Pollenzo), Elena Mancioppi (University of Pollenzo)
Mail to: n.perullo@unisg.it
 
Description

It is often said that smell is not essential for civilized and urban life. Nevertheless, private environments as well as public spaces, bodies, objects and food are increasingly deodorized and/or scented. In fact, in everyday experiences, the sense of smell is a driving force of human behavior and has a pivotal role in orientating emotional reactions, expectations, choices, preferences, and judgments.
 
Since the eighties of the 20th century, a new interest, both in human and in natural sciences, seems to have been flourishing in order to recognize its processes, functions and effects. Many studies have shown its relevance in identity formation, social life, bodily health and psychological well-being, and olfaction turns out to be deeply influential in the perceptual engagement with the environment and in the relationship with the otherness and the familiar.

 
However, in philosophy, with exceptions, the sense of smell is still a marginal and accidental object of inquiry. It is mainly linked to subjectivity, recollection, idiosyncratic association, intuition and sagacity. From a phenomenological and aesthetic perspective, odors are temporary and transient phenomena; furthermore, they are difficult to grasp also by language and taxonomy, as difficult attempts throughout history to fix stable classification and terminology show.
 
This issue of “Rivista d'Estetica” has two main aims. On the one hand, to shed light on potentialities, inconsistencies, cognitive features and aesthetic values of olfactory perception; on the other, to suggest interpretations of smells and flavors understood as affective stimuli used not only in arts (for example theatre and performance art), but also in culinary practices, space and product design, chemical industry, perfumery, etc.
Articles must be written in English and should not exceed 40.000 characters.


 

Conferences


Experimental Film, Video Art, and the Borders of Cinema. A British Society of Aesthetics Synergy Conference
Queen Mary University of London, November 5-6, 2020

Submission deadline: 3rd July

Convenors: Mario Slugan (Queen Mary University of London), Enrico Terrone (Universitat de Barcelona)
 
Confirmed Keynotes: Noël Carroll (Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, City University of New York), Holly Rogers (Reader in Music at Goldsmiths, University of London), Erika Balsom, (Senior Lecturer in Film Studies and Liberal Arts, King's College London), Péter Forgács, (Media Artist and Independent Filmmaker).


This conference aims to highlight the contribution of experimental films and video art to contemporary culture. For this purpose, one should emphasize the way in which experimental films and works of video art differ from paradigmatic films, as well as the way in which experimental film and video art, as appreciative categories, differ from one another. The idea is to realize a synergy between, on the one hand, the research carried out in analytic aesthetics on notions such as appreciative category, art form, medium, and genre (cf. Walton 1970, Davies 2004, Gaut 2010, Friend 2012, Lopes 2014, Abell 2015), and, on the other hand, the historical and stylistic research, as well as the artistic and critical practice, in the domains of experimental film and video art (cf. Sitney 2002, Dixon and Foster 2002, Michelson 2017). Most often, the starting point for film historians and theorists is that experimental film should be primarily construed as oppositional to the mainstream fiction film. However, it would be worthwhile to push our understanding of experimental cinema by overcoming negations: instead of speaking of experimental cinema in “non” terms (non-narrative, non-mainstream, non-commercial…), finding terms which says something substantive about it. One suggestion is to think of these films as challenging cognition and providing lessons in perception (Peterson 1994, Michelson 2017, Taberham 2018) or even providing maximal imaginative engagement. In analytic aesthetics, experimental film, video art, and their connection have been mainly discussed in the debates concerning the ontological nature and the definition of film. Scholars such as Noël Carroll (1996, 2008), Trevor Ponech (2006) and Berys Gaut (2010) have proposed accounts of the moving image that are aimed to be broad enough to include experimental films and even works of video art. Yet, some of these seem still capable of challenging these attempts to capture the ontology and the definition of film (cf. Walley 2007, Wartenberg 2010). All this indicates that it might be worth relating the ontological investigation on film to the research on the nature and the variety of appreciative categories, especially those of experimental film and video art. This means combining philosophical analysis of abstract notions such as form of art, medium, and genre with the study of the concrete historical development of experimental film and video art. This is what this interdisciplinary conference aims to do.

Topics for papers and pre-constituted panels may include but are not limited to:
  • What distinguishes experimental films and works of video art from paradigmatic films?
  • What distinguishes experimental film from video art?
  • How are experimental film and video art are related to domains of contemporary art such as conceptual art, performance art, installation art?
  • Where should we appreciate experimental films and works of video art? In movie theaters or in art galleries? How does the screening-location bear upon appreciation?
  • Experimental film and video art as challenges to film definitions
  • The effects of the transition from analogical to digital technologies in experimental film and video art
  • The role of sound and music in experimental film and video art
  • Abstract moving images in experimental film and video art
  • The (missing) place of narrative in experimental film and video art
  • Paradigmatic experimental films and works of video art that help us to better understand the categories to which they belong.
  • The role of perception, imagination, and emotions in experimental film and video art
  • Which categories of art (e.g. genre, subgenre, medium, artform), are the most appropriate to conceptualize experimental film and video art?
  • Possible intersections with other genres/art forms: documentary, amateur film, advertising, videoclip, videogames.
  • Specific movements in experimental film and video art.
  • Notable artists in experimental film and video art (e.g. Maya Deren, Jonas Mekas, Stan Brakhage, Andy Warhol, Malcolm Le Grice, Péter Forgács, Bill Viola, Shirin Neshat, Nam June Paik, Richard Serra, Matthew Barney).
  • National traditions in experimental film and video art.
  • The relevance of gender/race/class/ethnicity/sexuality in experimental filmmaking and video art.

Link for submissions
Submissions should be done as PDF files prepared for blind review. Thus, please just indicate "see PDF" in the "Title" and "Abstract" fields of the EasyChair form.

Questions about submissions can be emailed to: aesthetics.film.studies@gmail.com

Speakers will be notified of decisions Friday July 31. There will be no conference fees. Upon selection, it will be possible to apply for bursaries for early career researchers.

The conference is open to both individual papers or pre-constituted panels (with 3 speakers each and a chair).

In the case of individual papers, please submit abstracts between 500 and 1000 words (references included) together with a title and 5 keywords.
In the case of pre-constituted panels, the conveners are asked to submit a panel proposal including the title, a 300- to 500-word justification for the panel and 300- to 500-word abstracts (references included) for each of the three presentations making up the panel accompanied by a title and 5 keywords. Also included should be names and institutional affiliation for the three presenters and the name, institutional affiliation, contact details, and institutional affiliation for the chair. Panel conveners will be also requested to conform to the Good Practice Policy making sure that at least two of the panelists (including the convener/chair) are female.
In line with the Good Practice Policy of the British Philosophical Association and the Society for Women in Philosophy, the conference organizers have already ensured gender parity among keynotes and will do their best to do so for the other conference delegates. To offset unconscious biases against accepting female work demonstrated in different fields in recent studies, the papers will be blind-reviewed.
We hope for an edited volume to result from the conference. In case of publication the organizers as editors will also ensure that women are well represented.

MANCEPT Workshops - Human Rights: Grounds, Substance, Protection
University of Manchester, Sept 9-11, 2020
Submission deadline: 25th May

Convenors: Ruxandra Ivanescu (Manchester) and Davide Pala (Manchester)
Confirmed speakers: Andrea Sangiovanni

Human rights play a pivotal role in contemporary political discourse. They are indeed usually invoked to stress that every individual is owed a certain kind of treatment as a matter of basic or fundamental justice. The violation of these rights, therefore, signals that a very serious injustice has been committed. Recently, for instance, human rights have been employed to denounce the situation of citizens of war-torn countries such as Syria, the criminalisation of LGBT individuals qua LGBT individuals in some Eastern European countries, the severe poverty and famine suffered by people in developing countries, as well as the significant effects of climate change on its victims. In addition to this, we’re also currently facing a global emergency, that is, the COVID-19 pandemic, which arguably puts the human rights of many people across the globe at great risk. 

While many political philosophers would likely agree that the cases above uncover human rights violations, they would disagree, at a fundamental level, about issues such as the origins of these rights, their exact content, and about who has to do what when it comes to their protection, etc. More specifically, philosophical disagreement about human rights can cover the following questions:

  • What are the grounds of human rights? Should human rights be understood as political artefacts mainly constraining states’ actions vis-à-vis their citizens, or are we rather entitled to human rights simply in virtue of our nature? And if the latter, what is the rights-endowing property?
  • What human rights are we entitled to? For example, do we have a human right to democracy? Is there a human right to certain social relations?
  • Who should count as a rights-holder? Is it only individuals who can possess human rights, or could they be held by groups too? 
  • What is the main function of human rights? Are they standards for state legitimacy, or grounds for intervening in states’ affairs, or do they have a different function altogether?
  • Who is the primary duty-bearer when it comes to the protection of human rights? Is it any capable agent, or rather states in the first place, and, if so, why? Moreover, when primary duty-bearers fail, who has the remedial duties to uphold them? Do international institutions also have some primary duties?
  • What is the most appropriate response when human rights are violated? What are the conditions under which military intervention is justified? 
  • What role do human rights play during times of emergencies? What can be demanded from governments and international organisations? Will the  emergency created by the COVID-19 pandemic make us rethink who the primary duty-bearers are in terms of securing human rights? What are the appropriate economic responses to this crisis, which likely undermines the social human rights of many?

Our panel aims at bringing together scholars who work on human rights from a broad range of perspectives, and at furthering the debates that surround them. We therefore welcome contributions that address, but are not limited to, the questions above.

Submission Guidelines

Please submit a 500-words abstract of your paper prepared for blind-review by the 25th May 2020. We aim to respond within two weeks. All abstracts and enquiries about the workshop should be sent to mancepthumanrights2020@gmail.com

We aim to allow for 25 minutes per presentation and 25 minutes for Q&A.

We look forward to reading your abstracts and please contact us if you have any questions!


4th Annual International Multi-Disciplinary Conference 2020
University of Malta Junior College, 16-18 September 2020
Submission deadlines:

Paper proposal/Poster and bio-note 30 June 2020
Full poster submission 31 August 2020
Full paper and abstract for publication in online proceedings 31 August 2020

We invite papers of a multi-disciplinary nature according to the following areas of knowledge and
research:

  • Social & Human Sciences
  • Arts & the Humanities
  • Education
  • Business
  • Technology
  • Sustainability & the Environment
  • Medical & Health Sciences
  • Law & Human Rights
  • Maths & Physics


Papers/posters presented in the conference might be submitted for publication in the journal
Symposia.

Registration deadlines:
Early Bird registration and payment 31 July 2020
Standard registration and payment 31 August 2020
Late registration and payment 15 September 2020
For details pertaining to submissions, registration procedures and conference regulations, please refer
to the Conference Policy and Regulations document (2020).

Contacts:
Ġ.F. Abela Junior College, Ġużè Debono Square, Msida MSD 1252, Malta
Tel +356 2590 7244 Fax +356 21 243036
Email: aimc.jc@um.edu.mt
Website
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Awards


2020 SILFS Prize for Women in Logic and the Philosophy of Science
Submission deadline: 31 May 2020

 
The Italian Society for Logic and the Philosophy of Science (SILFS), in order to promote and support the contribution of underrepresented groups to the fields of logic and the philosophy of science, establishes a prize called “SILFS Prize for Women in Logic and the Philosophy of Science”.
Eligibility: all scholars who recognize themselves as women, irrespective of their role, institution, and/or nationality.
Applicants are requested to submit an original work (not previously published) written in English (Max 10.000 words, abstract and references not included) on any relevant topic of logic or the philosophy of science broadly conceived; proposals connected to topics and approaches that the community of logicians and philosophers of science would recognize as novelties with respect to its mainstream scientific production are particularly welcome.
Papers should be prepared for blind review and sent in a pdf format to the Secretary of the SILFS, Giuseppe Sergioli: giuseppe.sergioli@gmail.com
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Maurizio Ferraris
Full professor
University of Turin
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LABONT DIRECTOR

Tiziana Andina
Full professor
University of Turin
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Rivista di Estetica 

Indexed by SCOPUSISIRevues.orgThe Philosopher’s IndexRépertoire bibliographique de la philosophie, ERIH, Articoli italiani di periodici accademici (AIDA), Catalogo italiano dei periodici (ACNP), Google Scholar.

Open access: 
http://estetica.revues.org/263

Aesthetics and Contemporary Art

Bloomsbury Academics
Series Editor(s)
: Prof. David Carrier, Prof. Tiziana Andina.

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Brill Research Perspectives in Art and Law

Editors-in-Chief: Prof. Gianmaria Ajani (University of Turin), Prof. Tiziana Andina (University of Turin),  Prof. Werner Gephart (University of Bonn).

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Partner Institutions


Collegio Carlo Alberto
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The Käte Hamburger Center for Advanced Study in the Humanities “Law as Culture”
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FMSH, Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme
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NCOR: National Center for Ontological Research
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Fondazione italiana del notariato
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Festival Mediterraneo della Laicità
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Fondazione CRT
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