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What Is Justified Group Belief?

What Is Justified Group Belief?How should we understand a group’s justifiedly believing that p ? The importance of this question is clear, both theoretically and practically. If we do not understand the justification of group beliefs, then we cannot...

Small Words, Weighty Matters: Gossip, Knowledge and Libel in Early Republican China, 1916-1928

AbstractIn the years following the death of the autocratic ruler Yuan Shikai (1859-1916), the flow of gossip surrounding political leaders in China’s urban spheres revealed an open, disorderly yet robust arena full of competing voices, agendas, and...

Learning from Imagination

Amy Kind, Russell K. Pitzer Professor of Philosophy, Claremont-McKenna College "The Skill of Imagination" - 11 June 2018"What Imagination Teaches" - 18 June 2018"Bridging the Divide:  Imagining Across Different Experiential...

Things and Stuff

Ned Markosian, University of Massachussets-Amherst "The Metaphysics of Material Objects and the Matter that Constitutes Them" – Lecture 112 April 2018, 16:00-18:00 - 29 rue d'Ulm 75005 Paris "The Metaphysics of Material Objects and...

Mood in semantics and pragmatics

Paul Portner, Department of Linguistics, Georgetown University "Verbal mood and sentence mood:  concepts and current theories"- 22 March 2018"Comparison in compositional and discourse semantics"- 29 March 2018"De se...

Enacting Heritage

Archaeological reports provide fully illustrated accounts of how aesthetic behaviours and expressive activities have carried out an important role in shaping the human cultural evolution at least since the first millennia of upper Palaeolithic....

The Transnational and Transmedial Circulation of Literature

If we consider world literature as referring to those literary works that circulate beyond their national borders (Damrosch 2003), then we should ask how do these works circulate: in their original language, in translation, in visual adaptations (...

Os estudos brasilianistas na Europa: estado da arte

A Associação dos Brasilianistas na Europa (ABRE) tem como objetivo a reunião de estudantes, professores e pesquisadores das mais diversas disciplinas, trabalhando nas instituições europeias sobre o Brasil.Esta mesa-redonda faz parte do nosso esforço...

Os estudos brasilianistas na Europa: estado da arte

A Associação dos Brasilianistas na Europa (ABRE) tem como objetivo a reunião de estudantes, professores e pesquisadores das mais diversas disciplinas, trabalhando nas instituições europeias sobre o Brasil.Esta mesa-redonda faz parte do nosso esforço...

Conference - Manuel Barcia, University of Leeds

Manuel Barcia studied History at undergraduate level at the University of Havana. He then took a MA in Comparative History and a PhD in History at the University of Essex. After concluding his PhD he went on to teach at the universities of Essex and...

Os estudos brasilianistas na Europa: estado da arte

A Associação dos Brasilianistas na Europa (ABRE) tem como objetivo a reunião de estudantes, professores e pesquisadores das mais diversas disciplinas, trabalhando nas instituições europeias sobre o Brasil. Esta mesa-redonda faz parte do nosso...

Presentation of recent books authored by IIAC’s researchers

Recently published books by members of research centre Interdisciplinary Institute of Anthropology of the Contemporary (IIAC) will be presented during an afternoon long dedicated to talks and readings around these publications.Guest of honour...