Program för forskarseminariet i filosofi vårterminen 2021

18.1 Martin Gustafsson (ÅA): ”The thinker as draughtsman: On the significance of interconnections in Wittgenstein’s philosophy”

25.1 Sharon Rider (Uppsala): ” Autonomy for Whom? Governance of What? The Rationality of Academic Freedom”

1.2 Cora Diamond (Virginia): ”Some Thoughts on Wittgenstein on Rules”

8.2 Nora Hämäläinen (Helsingfors/Pardubice): ”Moral Change and Moral Truth”

15.2 Avner Baz (Tufts): ”The Problem of ’The World’ in Contemporary Analytic Philosophy”

22.2 Rögnvaldur Ingthorsson (Helsingfors): ”Three Dogmas of Causation” (Abstract)

1.3 Ylva Gustafsson (ÅA): Reflections on the Emotionalization of Research on Burnout in the Health Care Sector”

8.3 Camilla Kronqvist (ÅA): ”Wittgenstein on Recognising Value”

15.3. Stefan Giesewetter (ÅA): ”Category Mistakes in Ordinary Language”

22.3 Cynthia M. Grund (University of Southern Denmark): ”Philosophical Reflections on Food and Its Relationship to Global Health and Sustainability”

29.3 Camilla Kronqvist & Natan Elgabsi (ÅA): ”Laying One’s Cards on the Table”

12.4 Nicholas Lawrence (ÅA), ”Between Scylla and Charybdis: Reading Maimon reading Kant reading Hume”

19.4 Alexander Öhman (ÅA), ”Lévinas, Proust & den Andre”

26.4 Olli Lagerspetz (ÅA), “Investigating ’Man’s Relation to Reality’: Peter Winch and the Vanishing Shed.”  Extra reading: Winch’s Ceasing to Exist

3.5 Open

10.5 Erik Jansson Boström (Uppsala), ”What’s the Point of Philosophy in the 21st Century?”

17.5 Lynette Reid (Dalhousie University), ”Unpacking “The Expression of Belief””

24.5  Alice Crary (New School for Social Research), “Against Effective Altruism”

7.6 Linda Zerilli (Chicago)i: ”To Bring Thinking Down to Earth: Reflections on Volume I of Arendt’s The Life of the Mind”