Programme OFA9

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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 John Horden, LOGOS – University of Barcelona

Analytic Truths of Mereology

Comments: Francesco Nappo, University of St Andrews

11:45 Francesco Nappo, University of St Andrews

Nihilism without Error Theory

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

13:00 Lunch

14:30 Raimundo Henriques, LanCog – University of Lisbon and EHESS/ENS, Paris

In Defense of Mereological Universalism

Comments: John Horden, LOGOS – University of Barcelona

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 Umut Baysan, University of Glasgow

Powers and Realization

Comments: José Gusmão Rodrigues, LanCog – University of Lisbon

10:45 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

12:00 Rune Nyrup, Cambridge University

Scientific Perspectivism as Pragmatism: A Pyrrhic Victory

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

13:15 Lunch

14:30 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.

 

Attendance is free, but registration is required. Just send an email to ofaworkshop AT gmail DOT com.

 

With the support of 

LanCog Research Group

SPF Sociedade Portuguesa de Filosofia

SPFA Sociedade Portuguesa de Filosofia Analítica

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