Call for papers: Contemporary Philosophical Issues (University of Rijeka)

The Department of Philosophy (University of Rijeka) and the Croatian Society for Analytic Philosophy are organizing the 22nd edition of the annual conference Contemporary Philosophical Issues to be held online, via Zoom, September 16th and 17th 2021.

We welcome proposals for presentations ranging across the full range of issues in analytic philosophy, spanning all philosophical areas, including theoretical and practical philosophy as well as cognitive, empirical, neuro-scientific and meta approaches to philosophical concerns. We are interested in the latest developments in philosophical theories pertaining to what are traditionally considered ‘big philosophical questions’ and we aim to establish a point of contact for philosophers working in separate areas in order to jointly explore the power of philosophy to address human experience and the complexities of our everyday lives, social and political institutions, ethical interactions, creative and knowledge-seeking practices, culture and language.

Confirmed speakers:

Bojan Borstner (University of Maribor) 

Nenad Miščević (University of Maribor, CEU Budapest)

Michael Watkins (Auburn University)Mark Balaguer (California State University)

We invite submissions for presentations of 30 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of Q&A. If you are interested in presenting your work, please send the title and the abstract of max. 300 words by September1st 2021 to Martina Blečić at martina.blecic@gmail.com or mblecic@uniri.hr. Notification of thacceptance will be sent out by September 5 .

We also invite postgraduate and PhD students to present their work in the student session, with an allocated time of 20 minutes.

Organizing committee: Boran Berčić (boran.bercic@uniri.hr) Martina Blečić (mblecic@uniri.hr), Tomislav Čop (tcop1@uniri.hr).

Book promotion “Čuda džungle: uvod u filozofiju Ludwiga Wittgensteina”

On Wednesday 26.5.2021. at 16h there will be a promotion of the book “Čuda džungle: uvod u filozofiju Ludwiga Wittgensteina“, authored by Kristijan Krkač, Josipa Đirija and Mateja Soldokoja.
Speakers (beside the authors):
Boran Berčić (University of Rijeka) and Pavel Gregorić (Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb)
The book promotion will be held at the Sindikat znanosti Floriana Andrašeca 18a, Zagreb (first floor) and online via Zoom.
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84264274759?pwd=a3QwNmJrYjNJdkFDT2duQkRacHNodz09

Meeting ID: 842 6427 4759
Passcode: 947077
UPDATE:
The video recording of the book promotion can be accessed at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKKQT1AqmCY

Invitation to a workshop “Art and Technology: Talking of Design”

The Department of Philosophy (University of Rijeka) and the Croatian Society for Analytic Philosophy, in cooperation with the Italian School of Fashion and Design Callegari, invite you to the online workshop “Art and Technology: Talking of Design” to be held on Wednesday, May 26 according to the program that can be found here.

Zoom:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87120698500?pwd=TmFVM2U0YTEvOFBSVVptaytFME5TZz09

Meeting ID: 871 2069 8500

Passcode: 631416

INVITATION TO A TALK “AROUND VULNERABILITY: PANDEMIC AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF FINITUDE”

We invite you to an online talk by Telmo Pievani (University of Padua) titled AROUND VULNERABILITY: PANDEMIC AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF FINITUDE” that will be held on Friday from 11 to 12.30.

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86742612821?pwd=OTd5SEtqcytWbnNlNzRpTkRqa0hkZz09

Meeting ID: 867 4261 2821

Passcode: 009843

The talk is organized by project “Theoretical Underpinnings of Molecular Biology” (ThUMB, Croatian Science Foundation, HRZZ-IP-2018-01-3378).

Rijeka Workshop in the Philosophy of Science: Enthusiasm for Natural Kinds

We are pleased to announce RIJEKA WORKSHOP IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE: ENTHUSIASM FOR NATURAL KINDS

You can find the detailed program here.

Keynote speakers:

Anjan Chakravartty (University of Miami)

Laura Franklin-Hall (New York University)

Marion Godman (Aarhus University)

Thomas Reydon (Leibniz University Hannover)

Matthew Slater (Bucknell University)

The workshop will take place on March 24, 26 and 29, via ZOOM.

Wednesday, March 24,12:00 pm – 3 pm EDT (17:00 – 20:00 CET)

ZOOM meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82282483116?pwd=ZnI0R01zclp3cDBqcGRqMnM2bVRuZz09

Friday, March 26, 10:00 am – 1 pm EDT (15:00 – 18:00 CET)

ZOOM meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87936912787?pwd=N2FzVnJpMy8wU3dEQVo2MUQxR2kwQT09

Monday, March 29, 10:00 am – 1 pm EDT (16:00 – 19:00 CEST)
ZOOM meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88441690972?pwd=VURPRkYzMEg3OVBlMStDZ2EwUnVNZz09

This workshop is organized as a part of the research project ‘Scientific Classifications in the Biomedical Sciences’ (KUBIM) (grant number: uniri-human-18-265), sponsored by the University of Rijeka.

For further information, feel free to contact Dr. Zdenka Brzović, zbrzovic@gmail.com or zdenka@uniri.hr.

Postdoc position: project AEtNA-update

Update: the call for applications was cancelled
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Rijeka (Croatia) announces a postdoc research position in the Department of Philosophy for the project „Aesthetic Education through Narrative Art and Its Value for the Humanities”, for the period of two years (April 2021-April 2023).
The main aim of this research project is to explore the epistemological and ethical values of narrative art and to explain how engagements with such works influence our cognitive capacities and moral sensibilities. Given such interest, this research lies at the intersection of three philosophical traditions:
(1) the claim that narrative art is a source of truth, capable of transferring knowledge and other cognitively relevant states (aesthetic cognitivism); (2) the exploration of the transformative power of aesthetic experience with respect to one’s ethical development (aesthetic education); and (3) the defence of the value of the humanities and humanistic education (i.e. one that recognizes the relevance of art and art-related subjects, including other branches of humanities such as philosophy). The candidate is expected to have a background in at least one of the philosophical traditions
mentioned above, as well as in some form of narrative art (literature, film, theatre, TV series) and to be acquainted with philosophical/aesthetic issues related to fiction, narrative, representation, aesthetic cognitivism and interaction value debate. In addition, background in applied aesthetics, cognitive or empirical aesthetics, as well as in the study of the humanities, is welcome.
The candidate is expected to do the research on these topics, present his or her work regularly at the conferences, workshops, and public engagements, publish papers, and assist with project-related administrative and organizational duties.
Candidates should present a written application containing the below-listed documents, and submit it via post by 19/03/2021 23:00 CET. Submission should also contain an electronic format (cd or USB)
with the CV and the copies of publications. The documents required include:
– a CV (EU format)
– a copy of the doctoral degree certificate
– a copy of the identification document
– evidence of research/publications done in the past (copies of papers as published in the relevant Journals)
Submission should be addressed to:
FILOZOFSKI FAKULTET U RIJECI
Sveučilišna avenija 4
51000 Rijeka
Za Natječaj pod točkom 4

Further information is available at the Euraxess website:
https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/606850
All the questions should be directed to Iris Vidimar at ividmar@ffri.hr

INVITATION TO THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF CSAP

The Croatian Society for Analytic Philosophy invites its members to the Annual General Meeting to be held on Tuesday, 26.1.2021., beginning at 13.30, via Zoom link.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83377543761?pwd=NnQ5cHpCR0p2Wkp0eW9lTjMrQ0lSdz09

Meeting ID: 833 7754 3761
Passcode: 922357

Agenda details:
1. Overview of activities in 2020
2. The work plan for 2021
3. The financial report for 2020
4. The financial plan for 2021
5. Miscellaneous

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