El Laboratorio interviews Ester Massó and Rosana Triviño on the impact of the pandemic crisis in the sexual and reproductive rights of women and children from a feminist perspective of the COVID-19 pandemic as a risk factor for obstetric violence. Link to the interview here.
The video conference entitled "Pasará la pandemia, quedará la posverdad" by Juan A. Nicolás Marín will take place on Wednesday 10th June at 18:30h, as part of the Ciclo de Coferencias del Ateneo, via Zoom (meeting ID: 525 296 2905). Presented and moderated by Juan Antonio Muñoz (Journalist. Diario IDEAL) Organizer: Ateneo de Granada
The interview was conducted in July 2018, commissioned by Disputatio Philosophical Research Bulletin on the occasion of the special issue on Wittgenstein and Brandom. The interview was conducted by María José Frápolli and Kurt Wischin and is publicly available for the first time now in the following link.
Claims with expressive meaning do not represent states of affairs. This thesis defines expressivisms of all kinds. Its scope can be global affecting all uses of language, or alternatively be restricted to some specific areas of discourse, or to some specific terms and phrases. This volume offers a comprehensive survey of the varieties and subtleties of nondescriptivist and non-representationalist views currently discussed in the philosophy of language, meta-semantics and meta-ethics, which are rooted in the two main sources of contemporary expressivism: the approach to the meaning of ethical terms derived from meta-ethical emotivism, and the pragmatic approach to ‘meaning as use’ that Wittgenstein displayed in his Philosophical Investigations. Contributors: Dorit Bar-On, Corine Besson, Matthew Chrisman, María José Frápolli, Javier Osorio, Huw Price, Andres Soria, Isidora Stojanovic, Neftalí Villanueva, and José…
Paula A . Valencia participates in the Primer Encuentro Virtual de Egresados de Derecho at the University of Caldas (Colombia), in the panel “Desafíos del Estado de Derecho” (“Challenges of the Rule of Law”). The session will take place on April 20 at 5:00 p.m. (Colombian time). (more…)
The evaluation committee of the 1st Essay Prize SWIP-Analytic Spain has decided that the winning work of this edition is “Moral responsibility for Climate Change ‘Loss and Damage’. A response to the Excusable Ignorance Objection”, by Laura García Portela (Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz). The finalist is Marta Conti Lorenzo (Department of Philosophy, King’s College London) with the essay “Is Helen Longino’s Contextual Empiricism a Feminist Philosophy of Science?”. (more…)
José Luis Moreno Pestaña and Neftalí Villanueva Fernández have published the article “Algo que temer, alguien a quien culpar” (“Something to fear, someone to blame”) in La Voz de Granada. The article addresses the responsibilities, fears and biases during the COVID-19 lockdown. (more…)