Past events

Dec, 2019 19

EXRE Colloquium: Patrik Engisch’s talk on “Recipes, Tradition, and Representation”

Davood Bahjat Fumani Time: 17:15 - 19:00

Speaker: Patrik Engisch Date & Time: 19 December 2019, 17:15-19:00 (Patrik was supposed to give us his talk on the 11th of December, but we changed the date to Dec 19th) Room: MiS 10.2.04

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Dec, 2019 18

No Talk today!!

Gianfranco Soldati

the talk today is cancelled.

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Dec, 2019 11

EXRE Colloquium: Thomas Aeppli’s talk

Davood Bahjat Fumani Time: 17:15 - 19:00

Speaker: Thomas Aeppli Date & Time: 04 December 2019, 17:15-19:00 (Thomas was supposed to give us his talk on the 04th of December, but we changed the date to Dec 11th) Room: MIS04, 4122

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Nov, 2019 20

EXRE Colloquium: Fabrice Teroni’s talk on “Bodily (dis)pleasure, emotion and valence”

Davood Bahjat Fumani Time: 17:15 - 19:00

Bodily (dis)Pleasure, Emotion and Valence Fabrice Teroni Date & Time: 20 November 2019, 17:15-19:00 Room: MIS04, 4122

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Nov, 2019 13

EXRE Colloquium: Frederic Auderset’s talk

Davood Bahjat Fumani Time: 17:15 - 19:00

Speaker: Frederic Auderset Date & Time: 13 November 2019, 17:15-19:00 Room: MIS04, 4122

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Oct, 2019 30

EXRE Colloquium: Emmanuel Alloa’s talk on “Experiences we go through. Sensing, Bodily Affordances and the Institution of the Self”

Davood Bahjat Fumani Time: 17:15 - 19:00

Experiences we go through. Sensing, Bodily Affordances and the Institution of the Self Emmanuel Alloa Date & Time: 30 October 2019, 17:15-19:00 Room: MIS04, 4122 Abstract: This paper deals with Merleau‑Ponty’s philosophy of perception, and aims at indicating why a reconception of what it means to be sensing also has implications for the understanding of processes of subjectivation. Connecting Merleau-Ponty’s early criticism of sense data with the later explorations around the notion of “institution,” the point is to show how…

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Oct, 2019 23

EXRE Colloquium: Donnchadh O’Conail’s talk on: “the Ontology of the Self: Themes from Descartes”

Davood Bahjat Fumani Time: 17:15 - 19:00

The Ontology of the Self: Themes from Descartes Vili Lähteenmäki (Helsinki) & Donnchadh O’Conaill (Fribourg) Abstract: What is the nature of the self or the subject of experiences? One traditional answer is that the self is nothing over and above its experiences, e.g., it is a bundle of experiences as described by Hume. The traditional alternative view is that the self is a substance, an entity which has experiences and is not composed of experiences or reducible to them. There…

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Oct, 2019 9

EXRE Colloquium: Christoph Haffter’s talk on “The Concept of concept in Conceptual Art”

Davood Bahjat Fumani Time: 17:15 - 19:00
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Sep, 2019 25

EXRE Colloquium: Jiri Benovsky’s talk on the No-Self view and the Meaning of life

Davood Bahjat Fumani Time: 17:15 - 19:00

Dear all, I’m very excited to announce you that the first session of our EXRE Colloquium this term will take place on this Wednesday, Sep 25, at 17.15 in room MIS04, 4122. For the first session, we’ll have the pleasure of hearing Jiri Benovsky’s talk on the No-Self View and the Meaning of life. Please find an abstract of his talk below. **I’ll send you the full programme of EXRE Colloquium for this semester very soon.** Enjoy the rest of…

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Sep, 2019 20

The Morality of Killing Human Shields

Davood Bahjat Fumani Time: 09:30 - 12:00

Dear all, I’m pleased to announce that Amir Saemi will give us a seminar on ”The Morality of Killing Human Shields”. The seminar will be held in MIS 11, room 2.102 (salle Laure Dupraz), on Friday morning, the 20th of September, from 9:30 till 12:00. The paper on which we will work in this seminar is “TARGETING HUMAN SHIELDS” written by Amir and Philip Atkins. Please find the paper here: https://academic.oup.com/pq/article/68/271/328/4259189 Hope to see you at the seminar. Best, Davood

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