The sessions will take place at the ID Building and are open to the participation of all IFILNOVA researchers.
Schedule for the 2018/2019 sessions:
- October 10 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
Gabriele de Angelis: "An overview of the ethics of immigration" (Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, Vol. 17: 5 (2014): 538–559), Joseph Carens.
- October 24 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
Javier de Prado Salas: "Moral testimony" (Philosophy Compass 8/6 (2013): 552–559), Alison Hills.
- November 7 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
Pedro Abreu: "Deliberation and agreement" (In: Rosenberg, Shawn W, (ed.) Deliberation, Participation and Democracy: Can the People Govern?, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, USA, 2007, pp. 64-81), Christian List.
- November 21 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
Filipe Nobre Faria: "The New Darwinian Naturalism in Political Theory" (American Political Science Review, vol. 89: 2, 1995), Larry Arnhart.
- January 23 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
Erich Rast: "How to accept the transitivity of better than" (Philosophical Studies (2016) 173:1309–1334), Justin Klocksiem.
- February 6 | 11h (Room ID 0.06)
Giovanni Damele: "On the Rationality of Democratic Choice" (Telos, 1985, no. 63: 41-69), Alessandro Pizzorno.
- February 20 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
António Marques: What We Owe to Each Other (Harvard University Press, 1998, excerpt), T. M. Scanlon.
- March 6 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
Jorge Gonçalves: "A Darwinian dilemma for realist theories of value" (Philosophical Studies (2006) 127: 109-166), Sharon Street.
- March 20 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
Luis Simões: "The Double Mouvement in Polanyi and Hayek: Towards the Continuation of Life" (Ethics, Politics and Society, vol. 1, 2018, pp. 329-50), Filipe Faria.
- April 3 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
Bartholomew Ryan: TBA
- April 17 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
Dina Mendonça: TBA
- May 8 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
- May 22 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
Regina Queiroz: TBA
- June 5 | 11h (Room ID 1.05)
Luís de Sousa: TBA
Alois Pichler (University of Bergen)
António Marques, What We Owe to Each Other (excerpt)
Giovanni Damele, "On the Rationality of Democratic Choice"
Erich Rast, "How to accept the transitivity of better than"
Wagner Teles de Oliveira
Maria Filomena Molder
Nuno Venturinha's Description of Situations
Knowledge, Morality and Society
Filipe Faria, "The New Darwinian Naturalism in Political Theory"
Vicente Sanfélix Vidarte (University of Valencia)
Pedro Abreu, "Deliberation and agreement"
Javier de Prado Salas, "Moral Testimony"
Schedule for the 2018/2019 sessions
Giovanni Damele, "Another Italian thought: elite theory and political realism"
Erich Rast, "Value Disagreement and Two Aspects of Meaning"
John Gibbons, "Things That Make Things Reasonable"
Santoni de Sio
Gilbert Harman, "Moral Realism is Moral Relativism"
Berit Brogaard, "Moral Contextualism and Moral Relativism"
Ronald de Sousa, "Moral Emotions"
Uriah Kriegel, "Moral Phenomenology: Foundational issues"
Introduction to "A Treatise of Human Nature", D. Hume
"The Force of Law", F. Schauer
"The Priority of Democracy to Philosophy", R. Rorty
Terry Eagleton - Marx and Morality