Philosophical Controversies about Objectivity

September 12, 2016 - September 23, 2016
FISPPA Department (Philosophy, Sociology, Education and Applied Psychology), University of Padua

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University of Padua
Pierfrancesco Biasetti
University of Padua
Elisa Caldarola
University of Padua
Massimiliano Carrara
University of Padua
Niklas Hebing
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Luca Illetterati
University of Padua
Universitat de Barcelona
Teresa Marques
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Vittorio Morato
University of Padua
Sebastiano Moruzzi
University of Bologna
Complutense University of Madrid
Marzia Soavi
University of Padua
Gabriele Tomasi
University of Padua
Wilhelm Vossenkuhl
Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München
Tomoyuki Yamada
Hokkaido University
Karin de Boer
KU Leuven


Andrea Altobrando
Hokkaido University
Massimiliano Carrara
University of Padua

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What is objectivity? And what is objective? How do we manage to disagree with each other if something is objectively there? What’s more, how can we understand our mutual disagreement? What happens when we disagree? How can we deal with disagreement?

The summer school "Philosophical Controversies about Objectivity" intends to offer an in-depth understanding of some important philosophical disputes, both of the past and present, relating to objectivity as well as the necessary analytical tools for a critical investigation of these debates.

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