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Jun 30

Jul 1

Politics of Attention

Robert Mikael Dürrmeier Time: 10:30 - 19:30 Other

Wednesday June 30th

10:30 Welcome word

11:00 – 12:30 – Christian Maurer (University of Lausanne) : « Attention in Tolerance »

14:30-16:00 – Zeynep Pamuk (University of California, San Diego) « The Politics of Scientific Attention »

16:30-18:00 – Isabel Kaeslin (University of Fribourg) « Which Kinds of Collectives can Pay Attention? »

 

Thursday July 1st

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Mar 15

Mar 16

Kant on A Priori Knowledge and the Necessity of the Categories. Workshop with Adrian W. Moore (Oxford)

Mario Schärli Time: 10:15 - 16:00 Other

Monday, March 15th 2021

10.15-12.00: Adrian W. Moore: “Armchair Knowledge, some Kantian Reflections”

14.15-16.00: Isabel Käslin: Comment on Adrian W. Moore & discussion

 

Tuesday, March 16th 2021

10.15-12.00: Anil Gomes, Adrian W. Moore & Andrew Stephenson: “The Necessity of the Categories”

14.15-16.00: Paola Romero: Comment on Gomes, Moore & Stephenson & discussion

 

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Dec, 2020 3

Functions of Attention: Second Workshop of the Aesthetics & Ethics of Attention SNSF Reseach Project

Miloud Belkoniene Time: 10:30 - 18:30 Other

Programm

 

10:30-11:00 Introduction

 

11:00-12:15 Natalie Depraz (Rouen)

“Between Attention and Surprise. On Attentional Modulation”

comments by Emmanuel Alloa

 

12:15-13:45 Lunch

 

13:45-15:00 Diego D`Angelo (Würzburg)

“Attention as holistic access. Synaesthesia, focus, and the constitution of the world”

comments by Susanne Schmetkamp

 

15:00-15:45 Break

 

15:45-17:00 Sebastian Watzl (Oslo)

“Salience plays a rational role”

comments by Isabel Kaeslin

 

17:15-18:30 Christopher Mole (Vancouver)

“The Moral Psychology of Salience”

comments …

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Jun, 2019 17

Conference: “Fiction and Cognition”

Miloud Belkoniene Time: 23:59 Other

Speakers:

Mariìa Joseì Alcaraz Leoìn (University of Murcia): “More than Make-believe: On the Uses of Imagination in Understanding Fictional Literature”

Stacie Friend (Birbeck College): “The Empirical Dimension of Learning from Fiction”

Peter Lamarque (University of York): “On De-Emphasising Empathy Among Responses

Eileen John (Kent University): “What Is it Like to Experience Something as Fiction?

Derek …

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