THE RENEWING OF HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVESDaria Tomil'tseva (URAL FEDERAL UNIVERSITY ), Igor Krasavin (URAL FEDERAL UNIVERSITY ), Sergei Talanker, Marcin Moskalewicz
Философия сегодня: ценности, перспективы, смыслы / Philosophy today: Values, Perspectives, and Meanings
20 November, 15:00 Yekaterinburg time (UTC+06).
The online roundtable discussion will be held within the international conference «Philosophy today: Values, Perspectives, and Meanings” (November 19-21, 2020) organized to celebrate the 55th anniversary of the Department of Philosophy, Ural Institute of Humanities, Ural Federal University (Yekaterinburg, Russia).
What do we mean under humanism today and why current conceptions seemed not to be suitable for those amounts of changes in the comprehension of men? Going to the new digital era and refusing the anthropocentric conceptions we need to reset our theoretical background for humanist thinking.
Organizers and moderators of discussion:
Daria Tomiltseva, Associate professor, Department of Social Philosophy, Department of Philosophy Ural Institute of Humanities, Ural Federal University. Yekaterinburg, Russia.
Marcin Moskalewicz, Associate Professor and Head: Philosophy of Mental Health Unit, Department of Social Sciences, Poznan University of Medical Sciences. Poznan, Poland.
• What is humanism today?
• The conceptual approaches
• To renew or to overcome humanism?
• Non-human perspectives to humanism
• Humanism in political practices
Floriana Ferro, Teaching Assistant of Aesthetics and Adjunct Professor of Theoretical Philosophy and Postdoctoral researcher, University of Udine. Udine, Italy.
Elizaveta Kostrova, Candidate of Sciences in philosophy. Research fellow at Sociology of Religion research seminar at St Tikhon’s Orthodox University. Moscow, Russia.
Margus Vihalem, Director, Associate Professor of Philosophy, School of Humanities, Tallinn University. Tallinn, Estonia.
Igor Krasavin, Associate professor, Department of Social Philosophy, Department of Philosophy Ural Institute of Humanities, Ural Federal University. Yekaterinburg, Russia.
Sergei Talanker, PhD, Lecturer at the Department of Education at Western Galilee College. Acre, Israel.
Katarzina Kwiatkowska-Moskalewicz, PhD student, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland.
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The deadline – November 18.
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