A précis of Manuel Heras Escribano's book The Philosophy of Affordances (2019, Palgrave Macmillan) has been published as target article in the journal Constructivist Foundations. This article contains comments from the following authors: Vicente Raja (Western University, Canada) and Tony Chemero (University of Cincinnati, USA), Louise Barrett (University of Lethbridge, Canada), Julian Kiverstein (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands), Melina Gastelum (Universidad Nacional Autónoma of Mexico), Roy Dings (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany), Laura Mojica (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Cuajimalpa Campus, Mexico) and Jerome Proulx (Université du Québec, Canada). The comments have been responded by the author in an article entitled “Affordances as a basis for a post-cognitivist approach to the mind” published in the same volume. Link to the publication here.
Ester Massó Guijarro, research associate at FiloLab, is the editor of the special issue “Ética y salud en tiempos de pandemia: reflexiones sobre cuidados y justicia social” in the journal Enrahonar (International Journal of Theoretical and Practical Reason) (forthcoming, Dec. 2020). (more…)
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.
Juan A. Nicolás, a guarantor researcher of FiloLab, has co-edited the volume Leibniz. Razón, principios y unidad. Razao, principios e unidade (Ed. Comares, Granada, 2020) with Vivianne de Castilho, which compiles contributions from authors from 27 universities in 11 countries and includes texts in Spanish, Portuguese, French and English. (more…)
Juan A. Nicolás, a guarantor researcher at FiloLab, has co-edited the volume Crítica y Hermenéutica. Perspectivas filosóficas, literarias y sociales (Ed. Comares, Granada, 2020) with Sultana Wahnón and Jose Manuel Romero, which compiles contributions from authors from 13 universities in six countries. The volume approaches the potentialities of critical hermeneutics in current research from three perspectives: hermeneutic philosophy, literary criticism and social philosophy. Link to the publication here.
Juan A. Nicolás, a guarantor member of FiloLab, has edited the monograph Körper, Geist, Monaden. Monadologie und Metaphysik bei Leibniz (Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart, 2020) on the connection between corporeality and the metaphysics of individuality and which collects the work of authors from 19 Universities in nine countries with texts in German, English and French. The contexts addressed in the book are corporeality; monads, spirits, individuals; monadology and metaphysics. (more…)