PROVISIONAL! Location: BUG, Biblioteca Universitaria di Genova, via Balbi 40, Genova
http://www.bibliotecauniversitaria.ge.it/it/

Here you may find the provisional program of the Rolling Seminar 2018.
On the right side of the table, you will find the .pfd or the titles of the papers to be used as a basis for discussion during the 4-hours session of the corresponding day. Below the precise references.

Further information will be given on the “Argumentation” seminar in the mornings.

 

Argumentation- Rollingseminar Speakers
Febr. 2 11-13 14-18 Tommaso Piazza (Mental Experiments) 1. Williamson
2.Goldman + Gettier
9 11-13 14-18 Daniela Steila: how can we study different
philosophical cultures and their interactions?
1.VanderZweerde
2. DeBlasio_2011
16 11-13 14-18 Filippo Magni (Free Will)  1. Ayer
2. Frankfurt
23 11-13 14-18. Luca Fonnesu (Moral Responsibility)  1. Strawson1962
March 2 11-13 14-18 Enrico Pasini & Paolo Tripodi (History of thought) 1. MortonWhite
2.Moretti_graphs
9 11-13 14-18 Luca Vanzago (Phenomenology)
16 11-16 Massimiliano Vignolo (Intuition) 1. Machery + C-L§
2. Deutsch09+ 010
23 14-18 nMaurizio Pagano (Herrmeneutics) 1.Interpretazione
2.Globalizzazione

 

 

Sources of discussion papers.

February 2:

  1. T. Williamson, The Philosophy of Philosophy, Ch. 7 (“Evidence in Philosophy”), Sect. 1, 6.
  2.  A. Goldman, “Philosophical Intuitions. Their target, their source, and their epistemic status”, Grazer Philosophische Studien 74, 2007, 1-26
  3. E. Gettier, “Is justified true belief knowledge?Analysis 23 (6), 1963

February 9:

February 16:

  1. A.J. Ayer “Freedom and Necessity”, in A. Ayer, Philosophical Essays, London, Mcmillan 1954: 271-284.
  2. H. Frankfurt, “Alternate possibilities and moral responsibility”; Journal of Philosophy, 66/23, 1969: 829-939
    (both can be found in Gary Watson (ed.), Free Will, Oxford University Press 1982.

February 23:

  1. P.F. Strawson, “Freedom and Resentment”, in P.F. Strawson, Freedom and Resentment and Other Essays, London: routledge, 1962.

March 2:

  1. Evert van der Zweerde, “Where is the common ground? Interaction and transfer between European and Russian philosophical culture”, in Studies in East European Thought, vol. 62, No. 3/4 (2010), pp. 259-277).
  2. Alyssa DeBlasio, “Writing the history of Russian philosophy”, in Studies in East European Thought, Vol. 63, No. 3 (August 2011), pp. 203-226)

March 2:

  1. White, Morton. “Why Annalists of Ideas Should be Analysts of Ideas.” The Georgia Review4 (1975): 930-947.
    but see also:  Cuttica, Cesare, “Intellectual History”, Int. Encycl.Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd ed. 2015
    Smith, Justin E. H., The Philosopher. Six types, Princeton University Press, 2016
  2. Moretti, Franco, Graphs, Maps, Trees, Abstract models for Literary History, New Left Review, 24, 2003

March 16:

  1. Machery, E. et al. ‘Semantics, cross-cultural style’, Cognition 92(3): B1-B12.
    But see also: Cap 7 di Cappelen, H. Philosophy without intuitions, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2012
  2. Deutsch, M. ‘Intuitions, counter-examples, and experimental philosophy’, Review of Philosophy and Psychology 1(3): 447-460.
    But see also: Deutsch, M. ‘Experimental philosophy and the theory of reference’, Mind and Language 24(4): 445-466.

March 23:

  1. Pagano, M. “Interpretazione e concetto nell’ermeneutica interculturale” (pro manuscripto)
  2. Pagano, M. “Differenze nell’universalitĂ . Questioni filosofiche nell’orizzonte della globalizzazione”, Annuario Filosofico, 2006 (22), Milano, Mursia, 2007, pp. 61-79.