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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 »»

19.4.2017O'Madagain "Three Kinds of Beliefs in Humans and Other Animals"

We would like to cordially invite you to the lecture of dr. Cathal O'Madagain (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology): "Three Kinds of Beliefs in Humans and Other Animals" The lecture will take place on Wednesday (19th April), 14:05 - 15:40, in the room B9 of the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Hradec… more »»

12.4.2017J. Mair: Anthropological reflections on belief, and a sketch for the study of post-truth.

Prof. Jonathan Mair (University of Kent): When: April 4, 2017, 2:05 PM till 3:35 PM Where: University of Hradec Kralove, building of PdF, Room #C5 Abstract: Belief is usually treated as a human universal in the humanities and social sciences. Where its complexities are recognized, we usually seek to understand them in similarly universal… more »»

16.3.2017Thomas Szanto: Essential Normativism about Collective Belief

We are going to welcome prof. Thomas Szanto (University of Copenhagen) with his lecture "Essential Normativism about Collective Belief" When: Wed. 22, from 2,05 pm till 3,35 pm Where: Philosophical Faculty of UHK, Room B9 Abstract: There has been considerable work in social ontology and social epistemology on the possibility and… more »»

23.11.2016Prof. Lionel Shapiro (University of Connecticut): Sellars, Truth Pluralism, and Truth Relativism

When: 2,05 pm - 3,35 pm Where: room #B9 Abstract: "Wilfrid Sellars's discussions of truth bear closely on two families of views that have recently attracted much interest: truth pluralism and truth relativism. I will first explain how Sellars comes to embrace a version of truth pluralism. I argue that his version overcomes a basic… more »»

23.4.2015Lecture by prof. Christel Fricke (University of Oslo / CSMN) - Overcoming Disagreement – A. Smith and E. Husserl - 29.4.2015

LMS Center invites all the students and scholars to assist the Wednesday talk given by Christel Fricke (University of Oslo / CSMN), entitled "Overcoming Disagreement – Adam Smith and Edmund Husserl on Strategies of Justifying Descriptive and Evaluative Judgments". The lecture will take place on Wednesday April 29 in the room B9 from 2:05… more »»

16.4.2015Lecture by V. Punčochář - The Problem of Free Will and The Logic of Contrafactual Conditionals - 22.4.2015

LMS Center invites all the students and scholars to assist the Wednesday talk given by Vít Punčochář (Charles University and Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences), entitled "The Problem of Free Will and the Logic of Contrafactual Conditionals“. The lecture will take place on Wednesday April 22 in the room B9 from 2:05 pm to 3:40… more »»

1.4.2015Lecture by Robin McKenna - Revisionary Epistemology - 8.4.2015

LMS Center invites all the students and scholars to assist the Wednesday talk given by Robin McKenna (University of Vienna), entitled "Revisionary Epistemology". The lecture will take place on Wednesday April 8th in the room B9 from 2:05 pm to 3:40 pm. Abstract: „What is knowledge? What should knowledge be like? Call an epistemological… more »»

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