We invite you to a talk entitled “Aesthetic arguments for environmental responsibility – Kantian perspective” by doc. dr. sc. Igor Eterović (Faculty of Medicine Rijeka), which will be held on Thursday, January 27, 2022, at the Faculty of Philosophy (class 401) from 8, 30 to 10.00.
The Croatian Society for Analytical Philosophy and the Department of Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy in Rijeka invite you to an event marking the World Day of Logic on Friday, January 14, starting at 10 am. The event will be held online via the ZOOM platform
Invitation to a talk “Mindfulness, cognitive defusion, and skeptical doubting” by Professor Guido Melchior (University of Graz) to be held on Monday 01/10/2022 at 4.15 pm at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka, in lecture room 405 (4th floor).
We invite you to the two day online workshop Responding to antisocial personalities in a democratic society that will be held on the 12 and 13 January 2022 at 14:00 (CET; UTC+01:00)
(Click here to join the meeting in Microsoft Teams).
The keynote speaker of the two events is Prof. Rasmus Rosenberg Larsen (Forensic Science Program & Department of Philosophy University of Toronto Mississauga). Please, find the program here.
The event is jointly organised by the project Responding to antisocial personalities in a democratic society and the Croatian Society for Analytic Philosophy.
The Chair of Aesthetics at the Department of Philosophy (UNIRI) and the Croatian Society for Analytic Philosophy invite you to a lecture by David Collins (McGill University and Oxford University), Art as Expression, Creation, and Discovery: An Exercise in ‘Synthetic’ Philosophy to be held on Tuesday, Nov. 23 at 7 p.m., via the following zoom:
Meeting ID: 835 1955 0362
The PDF version of the call can be accessed here.
The lecture is held as part of the HRZZ project Aesthetic Education through Narrative Art and its significance for the humanities.
We invite you to a lecture by Tomislav Janović (University of Zagreb – Faculty of Croatian Studies) titled “Can we (still) expect something from phenomenology?” which will be held on Thursday 11.11.2021. at 2.15 pm at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka, in lecture room 403 (4th floor). The talk will be held in Croatian.
The invitation can be accessed here.
On Friday 5.11.2021. at 12.00 and 14.00h, at the Department of Philosophy of the Faculty of Philosophy in Rijeka (room 138), lectures will be given by Professor Martina Fürst (University of Graz) and Professor Guido Melchior (University of Graz).
The titles and abstracts of their lectures can be read here.
Chair of Aesthetics at the Department of Philosophy in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka and the Croatian Society for Analytic Philosophy in cooperation with the Department of Philosophy at the University of Warsaw invite you to a one-day symposium dedicated to the Aesthetics of Everyday Life. The symposium is being held as part of the UNIRI project Social and Technological Aspects of Art: Challenges of the ‘New Normal’ and will be held online on October 22, 2021. according to the program that can be found here.
Zoom: Meeting ID: 839 0501 9168
The Chair of Aesthetics at the Department of Philosophy and the Croatian Society for Analytic Philosophy, in cooperation with the Association for the Development of Youth Culture, Cultural Front, invite you to a panel discussion on the effects of the crisis on art and artistic practices:
ARTISTIC ASPECTS OF THE ‘NEW NORMAL’, Which will take place on Friday, October 15, 2021 via Zoom starting at 10.00 am according to the program found here.
We invite you to three lectures given by the eminent philosopher Michael Devitt (Distinguished Professor at the City University of New York) at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka according to the following schedule:
Wednesday, 13 October at 12:15 – “Race Realism and Essentialism (I)”, classroom 207
Thursday, October 14 at 13:15 – “Race Realism and Essentialism (II)”, classroom 139
Friday, October 15 at 12:15 pm – “The Irrelevance of Intentions to Refer”, classroom 138