03.09.2017

13 – 15 September: Salzburg Conference for Analytical Philosophy

Some 90 international philosophy students, ranging from Bachelor to Doctorate levels, present and discuss their current philosophical questions and answers in the Unipark Nonntal.

Auf dem Programm stehen Themen zur Erkenntnistheorie, Ethik, Logik, Wissenschaftstheorie, Ontologie und Metaphysik, Sprachphilosophie, Philosophie des Geistes, Politischen Philosophie sowie zur Geschichte der Philosophie. Die SOPhiA ist mittlerweile der größte Studierendenkongress weltweit. Die Abstracts der einzelnen Vorträge stehen auf der Webseite unter "Programme" und durch Klicken auf die Titel einsehen.  

In diesem Jahr gibt es vier Plenarvorträge von Stathis Psillos, "Laws and Powers in the Frame of Nature", Michela Massimi, "What is perspectival pluralism?", Johannes L. Brandl,  "Why Language Matters for Self-Awareness: The Conceptual and the Narrative Route", und Christian List,  "Free will as a higher-level phenomenon

Das Programm bietet darüber hinaus Workshops mit Frauke Albersmeier & Alexander Christia,  "Values in research: problems for philosophy of science, moral philosophy and policy making,  Kristina Engelhard & Florian Fischer & Beate Krickel & John Pemberton & Thorben Petersen & Peter Simons & Manfred Stöckle, The Power to Change, Annika Schuster & Corina Strößner, Probabilistic Approaches to (Prototype) Concepts, Arianna Betti & Edgar Morscher & Stefan Roski, "Grounding in and after Bolzano", Florian Boge & Miguel-Ángel Carretero-Sahuquillo & Laurenz Hudetz & Niels Martens & Nina Retzlaff & Paul Weingartner & Charlotte Werndl, "Modeling Physical Reality".

Es ist keine Anmeldung nötig und die Teilnahme ist kostenlos.

 

Stefanie Orter

SOPhiA-Organisationskomitee

Universität Salzburg

https://www.sbg.ac.at/sophia/SOPhiA/2017/languages/en/index.php

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