Resilience in Action and Belief - GRIN/CRÉ Workshop
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Resilience is commonly understood as the ability that agents exhibit in stressful, uncertain, or challenging situations, when they ‘bounce back,’ adapt, and thrive despite adversity. This workshop is dedicated to a philosophical exploration of the epistemic and practical aspects of human resilience, in particular via the notions of grit, hope, and coping.
Schedule (Eastern Time(ET)):
9:20 to 9:30 introduction
9:30-10:30 Federica Berdini (CRÉ/GRIN) – “A Place for Coping in Action Theory”
10:35-11:35 Katie Stockdale (University of Victoria) – “Intrinsic Faith and Resilience”
11:35 to 12:30 break
12:30-1:30 Jennifer Morton (University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill) – “What Should a Teacher Believe?”
1:35 to 2:35 Catherine Rioux (Université Laval/GRIN) – “Hope, Sincerity, and Commitment
*The workshop will be held on Zoom. To register, please write to email@example.com
May 18, 2021, 5:00pm EST
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