November 24th, usual place and time, we’ll be reading and discussing:
David Plunkett and Tim Sundell’s 2014 paper, “Antipositivist Arguments from Legal Thought and Talk”, in G. Hubb and D. Lind (eds) Pragmatism, Law, and Language, Routledge.
LAST MINUTE NOTICE: This session had to be postponed; we will resume with the same reading in a week, December 1st, at 18:15h, room 40.249.
The videos from the 2nd Workshop of the European Network for Philosophy of Language and Mind (PLM), that took place 29 September-1 October in Donostia are now available here.
The philosophy festival Barcelona Pensa is turning out to be very successful, and all public events are drawing large audiences. In celebration of World Philosophy Day, the Catalan station Barcelona TV has covered the festival in the news. You can see it here, and there’s a link to a video of the TV news about the festival and Flash Philosophy at the bottom of the page.
Ara TV, a TV channel of the Catalan newspaper Ara, has interviewed six philosophers, who accepted the challenge of explaining 6 philosophical problems in less than one minute.
You can see the result here.
The Philosophy Flash session is tomorrow, Wednesday 19th November, at Llibrería Calders, 18:30.
More info, here.
The document is in Spanish and Catalan, but here are the people and topics that will be presented at the Flash Philosophy event, during the Barcelona Pensa philosophy Festival.
The third session of the reading group SPN will take place on November 17, at 10:00 am.
We will be reading and discussing Sundell & Plunkett’s (2013) “Disagreement and the Semantics of Normative and Evaluative Terms”. in Philosophers’ Imprint. Volume 13, 1-37. (you can download it from Plunkett’s site, here).
The reading group will meet, as usual, on room 40.249 of the Roger de Llúria building at Campus de la Ciutadella at UPF.
The second session of the reading group SPN, The Semantics and Pragmatics of Norms, took place today, November 10. We discussed Janice Dowell’s (2013) “Flexible Contextualism about Deontic Modals: a puzzle about information sensitivity”.
Next week we will be discussing Sundell & Plunkett’s (2013) “Disagreement and the Semantics of Normative and Evaluative Terms”. in Philosophers’ Imprint. Volume 13, 1-37. (you can download it from Plunkett’s site, here).