Center for the study of language, mind and society at the Institute of Philosophy and Social Sciences of Faculty of Arts
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Center for the Study of Language, Mind and Society was established at Faculty of Arts of University of Hradec Králové in 2009 thanks to support by European Structural Funds. The Center’s goal is support of interdisciplinary research connecting philosophy with neighbouring sciences whose results are relevant to uncovering the nature and principles of the human mind,…

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18.10.2017Carlo Ierna: Husserl’s relation to Hilbert and the transition through the impossible

The LMS - Center welcomes prof. Carlo Ierna (University of Groningen) to speak on "Husserl’s relation to Hilbert and the transition through the impossible". You are mostly welcome to join us!! Abstract: "Husserl’s relation to Hilbert and the Transition through the ImpossibleIn my presentation I will briefly outline Husserl’s… more »»

11.10.2017Palu Roth: Does Language Exist?

The LMS - Center welcomes prof. Paul Roth (University of California, Santa Cruz & University of Hradec Králové) to speak on the philosophy of language. You are mostly welcome to join us!! Abstract: This talk is based on a combination of papers of mine that I am currently writing regarding the notion of meaning. I argue that philosophical… more »»

4.10.2017Co-subjective consciousness constitutes collectives

The LMS - Center wecomes dr. Michael Schmitz (University of Vienna) to speak on the collective intentionality. "Co-subjective consciousness constitutes collectives" You are mostly welcome to join us!! When: Oct 4, 2017 from 2:05 pm - 3:40 pm Where: Building of Philosophical Faculty, Room #B9

10.5.2017Ulf Hlobil (Concordia University) "The Importance of Being Immoral"

When: May 10, 2017 from 2,05 PM Where: Philosophical Faculty of UHK, nam. Svobody 331, Room# B9 Anotace: Recently, some philosophers and biologists have claimed that some non-human animals are not only moral patients but may also be moral subjects (Rowlands), moral agents (Bekoff & Pierce, Shapiro), may possess the building blocks of… more »»

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