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Study Group Phenomenology and Predictive Coding, with a lecture by Julian Kiverstein (UvA)

Study Group Phenomenology and Predictive Coding, with a lecture by Julian Kiverstein (UvA). This event will take place at University of Groningen, Faculty of Philosophy, room Beta. Schedule: 1pm – opening 1pm - 2.20pm – group discussion of selected reading materials 2.20pm-2.40pm – break 2.40pm - 4pm – lecture Julian Kiverstein + Q/A 4pm – … Continue reading Study Group Phenomenology and Predictive Coding, with a lecture by Julian Kiverstein (UvA)

Online workshop on Ancient Aesthetics

Online Event Online event, n/a, LA, Netherlands

On Tuesday 30 March, 14:00-17:00, OZSW study group Ancient Philosophy is organizing an online workshop on Ancient Aesthetics, on the occasion of Aistė Čelkytė’s recently published book The Stoic Theory of Beauty (Edinburgh UP, 2020).   Nederlandse Onderzoeksschool Wijsbegeerte — OSZW Study Group 'Recent Work in Ancient Philosophy' Ancient Aesthetics March 30th, online (CE Time) 14:00-14:10 Introduction  … Continue reading Online workshop on Ancient Aesthetics

Online meet-and-greet of the Feminist Philosophy Studygroup of OZSW

Online Event Online event, n/a, LA, Netherlands

After a few years of silence, we would like to bring the studygroup back to live again. An online meet-and-greet will be organized April 9 at 16.00 hrs. Participants will be able to meet each other, introduce your project(s). Also, we would like to hear what kind of activities you would like the studygroup to organize: lectures, … Continue reading Online meet-and-greet of the Feminist Philosophy Studygroup of OZSW

Workshop “Responsibility: What’s the Point?”

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam ,

What’s the point or value of responsibility and blame attributions? Lately, the debate has developed quickly on this fundamental question. Recent proposals include: the point is to increase alignment of moral understanding (Fricker 2016), to scaffold each other’s moral sensitivities (McGeer 2019), to facilitate shared knowledge about the normative changes resulting from a wrong (Sliwa … Continue reading Workshop “Responsibility: What’s the Point?”

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The OZSW event calendar lists academic philosophy events organized by/at Dutch universities, and is offered by the OZSW as a service to the research community. Please check the event in question – through their website or organizer – to find out if you could participate and whether registration is required. Obviously we carry no responsibility for non-OZSW events.