FiloLab International Summer School 2019 - "Discursive Injustice and Social Criticism: Epistemology and Training for Deliberation"
Carmen de la Victoria, July 8-12, 2019, Granada
David Rodríguez-Arias and Ivar Hannikainen, members of FiloLab, have published an article entitled "How Do People Use 'Killing', 'Letting Die' and Related Bioethical Concepts? Contrasting Descriptive and Normative Hypotheses", with Blanca Rodríguez and Aníbal Monasterio in the Bioethics journal. (more…)
On Friday, January 31th we will have a new session of TeC FiloLab: at 11:30 in Sala de Juntas of Philosophy (Building of the School of Psychology), Vladimir Drekalovic (University of Montenegro) will give a conference entitled: "How much does a mathematical explanation help a scientific explanation?" (more…)
Next Wednesday, December 11, in a new session of TeC FiloLab, Henrik Zinkernagel and Govert Vroom (IESE Business school in Barcelona) we will present a work that will focus on «Rethinking capitalism from within: The purpose of the firm and the 'good life'». The session will take place in the Board Room of Philosophy (Building of the School of Psychology), between 4:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Gonzalo Díaz Cobacho (PhD student) and Alberto Molina Pérez (researcher "Juan de la Cierva Formación") have been awarded a research grant from the Fundació Víctor Grífols i Lucas. Their project, which is entitled "Pluralism and death: ethical challenges and attitudes of professionals in relation to the diversity of criteria in the determination of death" has been selected for one of the 6 scholarships awarded. (more…)
David Rodríguez-Arias has published, together with Matthew Sample, Sebastian Sattler, Stefanie Blain-Moraes and Eric Racine, an article entitled "Do audiences share experts' concerns about brain-computer interfaces? A trinational survey on the ethics of neuronal technology ", in the journal Science, technology and human values (2019). (more…)
The 2nd International Congress in Communication and Philosophy will take place in Priego (Córdoba) on November 22th-23th, 2019. The deadline for submitting proposals is October 14th. This Congress includes in its program a Symposium on "Post-truth: a multidisciplinary phenomenon." Papers about different disciplines such as Journalism, Psychology, Education, Philosophy, Sociology, Law, etc. are always accepted in relation to the post-truth phenomenon. (more…)
The FiloLab International Summer School Program 2019 is now available on our website. We will begin on Monday, July 8 at 9:30, in the Carmen de la Victoria Assembly Hall, with Asger Sørensen's conference: "Overcoming alienation From Anti-Essentialism and Critique of Political Economy to Politics and Education "and will close on Friday 12 with Saray Ayala's:" Epistemic and Discursive Resistance ". (more…)