29 de março de 2012
O Centro de Filosofia da Universidade de Lisboa ─ Faculdade de Letras (CFUL) e o Centro de Estudos de Arquitectura Paisagista ̶ Prof. Caldeira Cabral" (CEAP) ─ Instituto Superior de Agronomia, estão a desenvolver o projecto de investigação ─ FILOSOFIA E ARQUITECTURA DA PAISAGEM (FCT PTDC/FIL-FIL/100565/2008).
Neste âmbito temos a honra de convidar-vos a assistir ao Seminário subordinado ao tema – HISTOIRE DE L'HABITAT IDÉAL: DE L'ORIENT VERS L'OCCIDENT, que terá lugar no dia 19 de Abril de 2012, no Museu do Oriente, em Lisboa, às 18h00.
O conferencista convidado é Augustin Berque, um dos mais distintos geógrafos culturais do nosso tempo, autor de uma importante bibliografia na área da geografia cultural e consultor do projecto FILARQPAIS.
SEMINÁRIO – HISTOIRE DE L’HABITAT IDÉAL (entrada livre)
Data: 19 de Abril de 2012, 18h00 (a confirmar)
Local: Museu do Oriente - Avenida Brasília, Doca de Alcântara (Norte)
Interveniente: Augustin Berque (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, EHESS)
No próximo dia 11 de Maio, das 9 às 13 horas, terá lugar (na Sala 5.2 da FLUL) um workshop do Programa de Investigação do Sub-grupo de Filosofia Moderna e Contemporânea do CFUL, subordinado ao tema Kant: do Iluminismo ao Idealismo Alemão, que contará com a participação de 2 colegas membros e de 1 jovem colaborador do CFUL, a saber, o Prof. Doutor Ubirajara Rancan de Azevedo Marques (da UNESP, Marília, SP, Brasil), a Profª Doutora Nuria Sánchez Madrid (da Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Espanha) e o Doutor Gualtiero Lorini (da Università Cattolica de Brescia e da Università de Lecce, Itália).
O tema deste workshop é «Tendências da hermenêutica actual do Kantismo» e os colegas apresentarão comunicações dando conta das suas próprias investigações sobre a filosofia de Kant: O Prof. Ubirajara revisitará o tema do Esquematismo na primeira Crítica, a Professora Nuria abordará o tema do Génio e tópicos associados da Estética kantiana, o Doutor Gualtiero falará da importância das «Vorlesungen über Metaphysik» da chamada «década silenciosa» (1770-1781) para a formação da filosofia crítica de Kant.
22 de março de 2012
International Seminar – Lisbon, 23-27 April 2012.
Contemporary readings in Husserl’s Erfahrung und Urteil
Pedro M. S. Alves, Center of Philosophy (University of Lisbon)
Carlos Morujão, Center for Philosophical Studies (Catholic University of Lisbon)
The general purposes of the seminar are
A reappraisal of the fundamental tenets of husserlian phenomenology, as exposed in Experience and Judgment;
A reworking of particular topics of Experience and Judgment in the context of the contemporary philosophical debates;
Original research about the several issues discussed in Experience and Judgment.
The seminar will be held every morning, between the 23rd and the 27th April, from 10 to 13 A.M., at the Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon.
Participants will send a working-paper till. At the seminar, they will make a presentation with a time span of about 15 to 25 minutes, followed by an open discussion.
After the seminar, participants will present a final essay (around 15,000 words) on the subject of the working-paper. The essays will be published under the title Contemporary readings in Husserl’s Erfahrung und Urteil.
Pedro M. S. ALVES (Lisboa):
“Theoretical stance and life-world: foundation or overthrow?”
Mark van ATTEN (Paris):
“On the fulfillment of categorial intentions”
Fernando FERREIRA (Lisboa):
Title not yet available
Denis FISETTE (Montréal):
“Sensory perception and primary content: Husserl’s contribution to the problem of consciousness”
François de GANDT (Lille):
"Passivity and Interest in Experience and Judgment, §§ 15-20"
Claire Ortiz HILL (Paris):
“Husserl's Science of Objectivity”
Carlos Aurélio MORUJÃO (Lisboa):
“Beziehungserfassung and prädikative Leistung: the relations between the 3d chapter of the Section I and the 1st chapter of Section II of Experience and Judgment”.
Carlos Alberto RIBEIRO de MOURA (São Paulo):
“The prepredicative experience”
Francesc PEREÑA (Barcelona):
"Perception, Life-World and Being-in-the World"
Jairo José da SILVA (São Paulo):
“Logical principles and logic of experience”
The papers will be written in English.
The presentations and discussions should be held in English, French, Portuguese or Spanish.
18 de março de 2012
10 de Abril às 19h00
LANÇAMENTO DO LIVRO
Org. de Maria João Silveira e Maria José Vaz Pinto
Prefácio de M. J. do Carmo Ferreira.
Lisboa, C.F.U.L., 2011, 397 pág.
Intervenções:Pedro Calafate, Director do CFUL, Gabriel Albiac (Universidade Complutense de Madrid) e Maria Filomena Molder (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
7 de março de 2012
2 de março de 2012
Coordination and Disagreement across Perspectives
Lisbon, 10-12 September 2012
The problem of coordination (and lack thereof) across perspectives manifests itself in many guises: in communication, lying and misleading, in agreements and disagreements, in shared worlds and group actions, and in competition.
This networking event brings together researchers from three collaborative research projects (CCCOM, DRUST and NormCon) within the EUROCORES EuroUnderstanding Programme.
The workshop will be organized by the LanCog Group of the Philosophy Centre of the University of Lisbon.
It will be integrated with a graduate workshop (OFA8), locally organized by early career researchers. There will be 6 slots for graduate students, or researchers who have obtained their PhDs within the last 2 years, to present their work. A call for abstracts is now underway.
Graduate Workshop - Oficina de Filosofia Analítica 8
The Oficina de Filosofia Analítica -- OFA is a graduate workshop that has been co-organized by the Portuguese Philosophy Society (SPF) and the Portuguese Society for Analytic Philosophy (SPFA) until now. This is the first time that the workshop is organized by the LanCog group, although still with the support of both societies.
It is also the first time that an international call for abstracts will be made.
This edition of OFA, its eight, is particularly special, as it is integrated in the workshop Coordination and Disagreement across Perspectives -- a networking activity of the EUROCORES EuroUnderstanding Programme. We believe that this will provide a good opportunity for graduate students and recent post-docs to participate in the EuroUnderstanding workshop, and for the senior researchers to attend the graduate workshop.
There will be 6 slots for graduate students, or researchers who have obtained their PhDs within the last 2 years, to present their work.
Call for abstracts!!!
This call for abstracts is directed at graduate students and researchers who have obtained their PhDs within the last 2 years. All submitted abstracts must be in English or Portuguese, and must be on philosophy with no further restrictions as regards topics or areas. Final papers will be presented at the workshop (30 minutes) followed by a commentary (10 minutes) and an open discussion (35 minutes). There are two ways of participating in the workshop, as a speaker or as a commentator.
Authors should send an abstract of 1500 words (where the thesis defended and the arguments backing them up should be clearly stated) to < ofa8workshop AT gmail.com >. Abstracts should be arranged for blind refereeing. Information about authors should be indicated on a separate title page including title of the paper, author’s full name, e-mail address and affiliation. The selection will be carried out by the members of our scientific committee. Authors may also express their interest to participate as commentators.
Those interested in participating as commentators should send their data (name, e- mail address, affiliation and a short CV) to < ofa8workshop AT gmail.com >. A description of the main areas of philosophy they are interested in will also be required.
Submitted abstracts will be accepted until the 30th of April 2012. The result of the selection process will be communicated to the authors by the end of June 2012. Speakers must send the final version of their papers before the 30th of July 2012.
Meals (lunch, coffee breaks and one social dinner) are covered for speakers at OFA8. We have a small budget to help cover accommodation costs. Speakers must pay for their travel expenses themselves.
João Branquinho (University of Lisbon)
Daniel Cohnitz (University of Tartu)
Esa Diaz-Leon (University of Manitoba)
Sören Häggqvist (University of Stockholm)
Jussi Haukijoa (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim)
Dan López de Sa (ICREA and University of Barcelona)
Teresa Marques (University of Lisbon)
Peter Pagin (University of Stockholm)
Stefano Predelli (University of Nottingham)
Sonia Roca (University of Stirling)
Sven Rosenkranz (ICREA and University of Barcelona)
Adriana Silva Graça (University of Lisbon)
Pedro Santos (University of Algarve)
Ricardo Santos (University of Évora)
Andreas Stokke (CSMN, University of Oslo)
Isidora Stojanovic (Institut Jean Nicod, Paris)
Célia Teixeira (University of Lisbon)
Josefa Toribio (ICREA and Autonomous University of Barcelona)
Åsa Wikforss (University of Stockholm)
Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon (http://www.fl.ul.pt/)
Portuguese Philosophy Society (http://www.spfil.pt/)
OFA takes place under the auspices of the Portuguese Society for Analytic Philosophy.
European Science Foundation, EUROCORES Programme EuroUnderstanding, (funds from FWF, FWO, DCIR, ETF, CNR, NWO, RCN, MNiSW, FCT, VR).