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July 13, 2013 by LanCog

September 12

9:00

Welcome

9:15

Giulia Felappi, King’s College, London

In Defense of Sententialism

Comments: Gonçalo Santos, LanCog – University of Lisbon

10: 30

Umut Baysan, University of Glasgow

Powers and Realization

Comments: José Gusmão Rodrigues, LanCog – University of Lisbon

11:45

Marta Zaręba and Adam Andrzejewski, University of Warsaw

What is a Theatrical Performance? Issues in the Analytic Ontology of Art

Comments: António Lopes, LanCog – University of Lisbon

 

13:00

Lunch

 

14:30

Emanuel Viebahn, University of Oxford

Invariantism about ‘Might’ and ‘May

Comments: Pedro Santos, University of Algarve and LanCog – University of Lisbon

15:45

Aurélien Darbellay, University of Barcelona

Where to Look for the Ground of Social Entities

Comments: Mattia Riccardi, MLAG – University of Porto

10 minute coffee breaks between talks.

 

September 13

9:30

Francesco Nappo, University of St Andrews

Nihilism without Error Theory

Comments: Raimundo Henriques, LanCog – University of Lisbon and EHESS/ENS, Paris

10: 45

Raimundo Henriques, LanCog – University of Lisbon and EHESS/ENS, Paris

In Defense of Mereological Universalism

Comments: John Horden, LOGOS – University of Barcelona

12:00

John Horden, LOGOS – University of Barcelona

Analytic Truths of Mereology

Comments: Francesco Nappo, University of St Andrews

 

13:15

Lunch

 

14:30

Rune Nyrup, Cambridge University

Scientific Perspectivism as Pragmatism: A Pyrrhic Victory

Comments: Daniel Durante, LanCog – University of Lisbon and UFRN, Brazil

15:45

Domingos Faria, LanCog – University of Lisbon

É o Mal no Mundo Logicamente Compatível com a Existência de Deus?

Comments: Vera Pereira, IFL – New University of Lisbon

 

10 minute coffee breaks between talks.

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