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Dottorato di ricerca in Filosofia

Convegni e workshop 2018

 

 

  

Florence-Pisa Doctoral School in Philosophy

 

Philosophy, Knowledge, and the Sciences

                      

UNISER - Polo Universitario di Pistoia (via Pertini 358)

4-5 June 2018

 

4 June

 

9:30   Adriano Fabris (Università di Pisa), Alessandro Pagnini (Università di Firenze and UNISER)

Welcome and introduction

 

9:45   John Schellenberg (Mount Saint Vincent University)

Human intellectual immaturity and its epistemic consequences

Chair: Adriano Fabris

 

11:00   Paolo Crivelli (Université de Genève)

Law and its imitations in Plato’s Statesman

Chair: Francesco Ademollo

 

12:30   Lunch

 

15:00   Jean Michel Salanskis (Université Paris Nanterre)

La philosophie des sciences et le problème des mathématiques

Chair: Enrico Moriconi 

 

16:15   Christian Wüthrich (Université de Genève)

Empirical incoherence and spacetime functionalism

Chair: Elena Castellani

 

17:30   Marcel Weber (Université de Genève)

Biologically significant kinds

Chair: Fausto Barbagli 

 

 

5 June

 

9:15   Carole Talon-Hugon (Université Nice Sophia Antipolis)

Epistemology of the philosophy of art

Chair: Fabrizio Desideri

 

10:30   Petar Bojanic (Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade)

Husserl and Reinach on ‘we’, ‘subject of the superior level’ and ‘social acts’

Chair: Ubaldo Fadini

 

11:45   Renaud Barbaras (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)

L’appartenance. Vers une théorie de la chair

Chair: Enrica Lisciani-Petrini

 

 

The following doctoral students will participate in the discussion: 

Andrea Angelini, Lorenzo Ceragioli, Amalia Cerrito, Michele Contente, Silvia Dadà, Andrea D’Amico, Bruno Giancarli, Andrea Lanza, Marina Mascherini, Anna Migliorini, Taila Picchi, Laura Rosella Schluderer, Michele Vagnetti, Vincenzo Zingaro.

 

  

Contacts: 

Prof. Francesco Ademollo (francesco.ademollo[AT]unifi.it)

Prof. Adriano Fabris (adriano.fabris[AT]unipi.it)

Prof. Alessandro Pagnini (alessandro.pagnini[AT]unifi.it)

 

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Libertés dopo la Rivoluzione

Convegno di studi
 
Pisa, 15-16 marzo 2018
 

Dipartimento di Civiltà e Forme del Sapere - Università di Pisa
Dottorato di Ricerca in Filosofia Pisa-Firenze
Seminario di Filosofia
Domus Mazziniana

 

programma

 

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Seminario di Logica e Filosofia della Scienza

Sezione di Filosofia

Via Bolognese 52, aula 5

 

Workshop On Predication

  

venerdì 23 febbraio 2018, ore 9:45

 

9:45    Welcome

10:00    Øystein Linnebo (University of Oslo)
Ontological categories and the problem of expressibility
(joint work with Bob Hale)

Abstract:
Frege famously held that the ontological categories correspond to the logico-syntactic types. Something is an object just in case it can be referred to by a singular term, and likewise for all the other categories. This view faces an expressibility problem. In order to express the view, we need to generalize across categories; but by the view itself, any one variable can only range over a single category. We provide a sharp formulation of the problem, show that there is no easy way out, and then explore some of the hard ways.


11:30    Sergio Bernini (Università di Firenze)
The logic of Fregean concepts

Abstract:
The relations between Frege’s notions of concept and of object are analyzed from a logical point of view. Such relations turn out to go beyond that of falling under, so the standard theory must be widened. The result is a theory of a general kind of relations that we call copular relations. Arguments are given to show that this notion of copularity is logically founded and not merely conventional.



13:00    Lunch

14:00    Fraser Macbride (University of Manchester)
Relations: predicates expressing them and names denoting them

Abstract:
I argue that predicates in general and many place predicates in particular are impurely referring expressions, i.e. do not only refer to relations but perform a further co-ordinating function in virtue of which a sentence is more than a list. Conceiving of predicates as impurely referring expressions not only provides a solution to Frege's Paradox of the Concept Horse but also allows us to address the Puzzle about Relation Names advanced by van Inwagen. Because it enables us to solve these puzzles, this gives us reason to favour my view that predicates are impurely referring expressions.

 
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