Bologna

The second workshop on Pluralism and Normativity. Dal 22 al 24 ottobre a Bologna.

Il centro di ricerca COGITO, in collaborazione con il VERITAS research centre (Yonsei University), organizza il secondo workshop internazionale Pluralism and Normativity. Il workshop avrà luogo da giovedì 22 ottobre a sabato 24 ottobre, e si terrà presso il dipartimento di Filosofia e Comunicazione dell’Università di Bologna, presso la Scuola Superiore Studi Umanistici, via Marsala 26, Bologna.

Qui sotto il programma completo dell’evento.

(Full Program HERE; Leaflet HERE)

SPEAKERS

Matthew Chrisman (Edinburgh) — “Cognitive Agency, Epistemic Normativity, and Kinds of Truth”

Annalisa Coliva (Modena & Reggio) — “The Varieties of Self-Knowledge”

Filippo Ferrari (Aberdeen) — “Normative (Alethic) Pluralism”

Maria Paola Sforza Fogliani (IUSS, Pavia) & Andrea Sereni (IUSS, Pavia) – “How to Water a Thousand Flowers – On the Logic of Logical Pluralism”

Patrick Greenough (St Andrews) — “Many Norms?”

Casper Storm Hansen (Paris 1/CNRS) — “Conventional Truths and Absolute Facts”

Michael Lynch (Uconn) — “The Good in the way of Belief”

Sebastiano Moruzzi (Bologna) — “Pluralism: Truth and Metaphysics”

Nikolaj Pedersen (Yonsei) — “Manifestation Means Messy Metaphysics”

Gila Sher (UC San Diego) — “The Univity and Normativity of Truth and Logic”

Pilar Terrés (Barcelona) — “Substructural Logics & Conversational Implicatures: a Case for Logical Pluralism”

Crispin Wright (NYU-Stirling) — “Pluralism and Faultless Disagreement”

Jeremy Wyatt (Yonsei) — “The Concepts and Natures of Truth”

Discussants: Stefano Caputo (Sassari), Laura Celani (St Andrews), Paolo Leonardi (Bologna), Claudio Paolucci (Bologna), Eva Picardi (Bologna), Giorgio Volpe (Bologna), Elena Tassoni (Bologna), Luca Zanetti (Bologna).

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