Second ALEF Workshop in Analytic Philosophy
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This is the second workshop in analytic philosophy of the ALEF group (Cluj-Napoca, Romania), aiming to bring together Romanian researchers in an effort to make their work known to each other. This edition's presentations cover topics in epistemology, logic, metaethics, metaphysics, philosophy of action, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind and political philosophy. Below you can find the program of the workshop. All times are in CET (Central European Time, UCT + 1). For more information, including the the abstracts of the talks, please visit the event's webpage: https://danzeman.weebly.com/second-alef-workshop-in-analytic-philosophy.html.
The event is organized by Paula Tomi (University of Bucharest), Mihai Rusu (Babeș-Bolyai University), Iovan Drehe (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca), Adrian Ludușan (Babeș-Bolyai University), Adrian Briciu (West University of Timișoara) and Dan Zeman (Slovak Academy of Sciences). Online participation is free, but please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend (for logistic reasons).
Friday, September 25
Chair: Paula Tomi
10.00-10.50: Adrian Ludușan (Babeș-Bolyai University), "A Multiset Interpretation of Non-eliminative Structuralism" [live session]
11.00-11.50: Iulian Toader (University of Vienna) & Constantin Brîncuș (University of Bucharest), "Categoricity and Logical Revisionism" [live session]
12.00 - 12.25: Bogdan Dicher (University of Lisbon) & Francesco Paoli (University of Cagliari), "Substructurality on Metainferential Conceptions on Logic" [live Q&A]
Chair: Adrian Briciu
14.00-14.50: Andreea Popescu (University of Bucharest), "Evaluating Singular Action Sentences" [live session]
15.00-15.50: Robert Chiș-Ciure (University of Bucharest), "A Kantian Inheritance: Integrated Information Theory of Consciousness and the Transcendental Deduction" [live session]
16.30-16.55: Dan Zeman (Slovak Academy of Sciences) & José R. Torices (University of Granada), "Implicaturist-Expressivist Accounts of Disagreement" [live Q&A]
17.00-17.25: Andrei Moldovan (University of Salamanca), "Questions and Presuppositions" [live Q&A]
17.30-17.55: Mihaela Popa-Wyatt (ZAS Berlin), "Norm Shifting through Slurs" [live Q&A]
18.00-18.25: Laura Nicoară (University of Southern California), "Moral and Political Worries about Multiple Meanings Accounts of Gender Terms" [live Q&A]
Saturday, September 26
Chair: Dan Zeman
10.00-10.50: Mona Simion (University of Glasgow), "Resistance to Evidence and the Duty to Believe" [live session]
11.00-11.50: Andrei Mărășoiu (University of Bucharest), "The Truth in Understanding" [live session]
12.00-12.50: Sergiu Spătan (University of Hamburg), "Certainty-Based Invariantism and the Lottery" [live session]
Chair: Mihai Rusu
14.00-14.50: Sorin Băiașu (Keele University), "Merit and the Epistemological Argument Against Desert" [live session]
15.00-15.50: Alexandru Volacu (University of Bucharest), "Free-riding and Compulsory Voting" [live session]
16.30-17.20: Nicoletta Bartunek, "A Few Thoughts on Later Wittgenstein and Quasi-realism" [live session]
17.30-17.55: Adina Covaci (University of Warwick), "The Real Problem with Moral Deference" [live Q&A]
In addition, the following presentations are featured on our YouTube channel (Fri & Sat, 10.00-18.00):
Alexandru Dragomir (University of Bucharest), "On the Possibility of Achieving Suprapersonal Moral Status as a Result of Cognitive Enhancement - Are We Justified to Believe It?"
Camil Golub (Rutgers University/University of Leeds), "Normative Quasi-Naturalism and Its Virtues"
Nora Grigore, "Understanding Presuppositions of Moral Normativity"
September 25, 2020, 9:00am EET
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