Riportiamo una serie di scuole estive dedicate a varie tematiche che speriamo possano interessare i nostri lettori. Magari tra un tuffo al mare, un aperitivo in spiaggia e un viaggio dall’altra parte del mondo, qualcuno sceglierà di trascorrere qualche giorno ascoltando degli esperti esporre e discutere di tematiche che attualmente rappresentano lo stato dell’arte nella ricerca scientifica di diverse discipline.
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Eventi in Italia
Metaphysics of Time and Its Occupants
——————————————————Urbino 5th- 8th September and Cesena 9th September 2016.
The topic of the school is “MANY-WORLDS INTERPRETATIONS, Quantum mechanics, metaphysics and cosmology”. It will feature morning lectures given by Wayne Myrvold (Western University) and Guido Bacciagaluppi (Utrecht University); and afternoon seminars given by Claudio Calosi (University of Neuchatel), Gennaro Auletta (University of Cassino), and Marica Branchesi (University of Urbino). Lectures and seminars will be held in English, while the mock trial of September 9th will be in Italian.
Students, graduate students and early career researchers must apply for participation by sending
1) a CV
2) a cover letter explaining their reasons for applying.
Attendance is free of charge for all admitted participants.
The application must be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
no later than 15th of August 2016. The subject line should be “Participation. XIX international summer school in philosophy of physics”.
Notification of acceptance is expected no later than 1st of August.
The school website will carry suggestions for accommodation and board at discount rates.
For further info write to: email@example.com
Room Aristotele (DIBIT 1)
Via Olgettina, 58, 20132 Milan
Emotions play a major role in our lives for our inner and personal experience of the world, as well as for our relations to others, especially in all the value aspects of those experiences. Besides this role, philosophical and scientific debate has not reached a consensus both on what emotions are and on their specific contribution to our lives.Moreover, theories of emotions constitute a relevant attempt to bring empirical work to bear on philosophical theorizing, so providing the touchstone for interdisciplinary analysis.Some of the more interesting debates concerning emotions focus on their role in moral and political theory, on their relation to language and hate speech, on their role in intersubjectivity – both in typical development and in pathologies, and on our emotional self-understanding. Focus on each of these dimensions will provide a more detailed understanding of what emotions actually are and of how they guide our lives.
Within this framework, the Scientific Committee has selected papers contributing to one of the following sections:
– Theories of Emotions
– Emotions, Morality and Political Theory
– Emotions, Language, and Hate Speech
– Emotions and Intersubjectivity – Typical Development and Pathologies
IX Summer School in Mind & Language
San Niccolò Palace – via Roma, 56 – Floor III, room 356 – Siena, 6-8
Form & style in Wittgenstein’s work
An exegetical and philological approach
David Stern (Iowa)
Nuno Venturinha (Lisbon)
Luciano Bazzocchi (Siena)
Among the discussants: Giuseppe Varnier, Anna Boncompagni
A brief description of the course:
i On the origins of the Tractatus
ii The tree-like structure of the Tractatus
iii The construction and structure of the Tractatus
iv Form and reading strategy
v From the Tractatus to Philosophical Investigations
vi Wittgenstein’s texts and style
vii Examples and exercises
viii Closing round-table
L. Bazzocchi, L’albero del Tractatus (Mimesis, Milano, 2010; French
translation: L’arbre du Tractatus, King’s College London, 2014)
D. Stern, “Wittgenstein’s Texts and Style”, in The Blackwell Companion
to Wittgenstein, eds. H. Glock and J. Hyman (Stern’s homepage)
N. Venturinha, “A Composite Work of Art “, in The Textual Genesis of
Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations, ed. N. Venturinha,
P. M. S. Hacker, “How the Tractatus was Meant to be Read”, The
Philosophical Quarterly (October 2015) 65 (261): 648-668.
L. Wittgenstein, The Tractatus According to Its Own Form, L. Bazzocchi
If you want to enter the Summer School please send an e-mail to Prof.
Gabriele Usberti (usberti(at)unisi.it)
Identity and Conservation of the Contemporary Artworks: Duties and Responsibilities
International Summer School at the Centre for Conservation and Restoration “La Venaria Reale” September 12th – 18th 2016
One week to explore and discuss with professors and experts on a very topical issue: the Restoration and Conservation of Contemporary Art.
The International Summer School will be open to all curators, restorers, researchers, gallerists, lawyers and professionals working in art istitutions that aim to enrich their professionalism and experience by lectures and round tables, analyzing case studies and taking part in workshop and role play.
The professional and international approach of the School means to satisfy different kinds of requirements, from ontological to administrative points of view. The program will take place in a location of excellence: the Centre for Conservation and Restoration “La Venaria Reale” and the last day will be spent in Turin, to visit the most important contemporary art museums with distinguished guides.
Neo-Aristotelian Approaches in the Philosophy of Mind
Villa Vergiliana, Naples, Italy, 26 September – 2 October 2016
The Summer School is open to international graduate students and early career academics (PhD awarded within the last 3 years).
The course will be taught by Professors Anna Marmodoro (University of Oxford) and Erasmus Mayr(Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nurnberg). It will be followed by an international conference at which the summer school students will be encouraged to interact directly with the invited speakers.
To apply for a place on the course, please email your CV, a one page motivation statement and a letter from a supervisor or academic colleague to firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer school with residency bookings will need to be made by 1st of July 2016 and non-residency bookings by 1st September 2016.
For any queries, please email Dori Castillo at email@example.com
Summer School di Filosofia Classica sul tema “Natura, Normatività, Razionalità”
Padova, Centro Antonianum (Prato della Valle, 56). 3 al 5 giugno 2016.
Sulla pagina web sono indicati anche gli obiettivi formativi della Scuola, i costi e le modalità di iscrizione, rettificando il termine per le iscrizioni che ora è previsto per il 15 maggio 2016.
ISAO 2016 — Third Interdisciplinary School on Applied Ontology,
Bozen-Bolzano, Italy, June 27 and July 1, 2016
World-class experts in different disciplines (Philosophy, Knowledge Representation, Logics, Conceptual Modeling and Ontology Engineering) will meet for a week with students, researchers and practitioners and present courses in complementary aspects of Applied Ontology.
The summer school will be a full immersion experience in ontology during which the experts will engage in open discussions with each other as well as interact with the participants.
Summerschool with Jeff McMahan (White’s Professor of Moral Philosophy; Oxford
The Badness of Suffering and Death for Animals and Persons
The Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities, Goethestraße 31, 45128 Essen, Germany, July 13-15, 2016
All PhD students and Post-Docs (as well as advanced students) are welcome.
The Summer School will be devoted to the discussion of partly unpublished texts by
Professor McMahan, who is widely known as the author of The Ethics of Killing (2003).
Texts will be provided to all participants in advance.
If you are interested in participating, please contact both organizers via e-mail before May 31. and shortly explain your interest
The maximum number of participants is about 30.
*FIRST THOMISTIC SUMMER SCHOOL / Erste Thomistische Sommerakademie*
19-24 August 2016 veranstaltet das Institut für Thomistische
Philosophie iTP die erste Thomistische Sommerakademie im Allgäu.
Das Thema lautet: Dualismus und Hylemorphismus in der Philosophie des
Als Referenten stehen PD Dr. Klaus Obenauer und Professor Dr. Uwe Meixner