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  • Bando Premio Rotary Giacomo Puccini 2016 – domande entro il 30/05/2016

    Bando Premio Rotary Giacomo Puccini 2016

  • Workshop internazionale “Emotions and Conflicts”

    Dal 3 al 5 febbraio il Dipartimento di Civiltà e Forme del Sapere ospita il workshop internazionale Emotions and Conflicts nell’Aula Magna di Palazzo Boileau.
    L’evento è organizzato dalla prof. Alessandra Fussi, responsabile del progetto PRA su Fenomenologia e Storia delle Emozioni, in collaborazione con la European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions, e con il supporto organizzativo del gruppo di ricerca filosofica “Zetesis”.
    Fanno parte del Comitato Scientifico: Alessandra Fussi (Università di Pisa), Edward Harcourt (Università di Oxford), Anthony Hatzimoysis (Università di Atene).

    Programma

    Wednesday, February 3

    14:00-14:30 Opening Remarks
    Alessandra Fussi (Host), Aaron Ben-Ze’ev (President of EPSSE, The European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions), Stefano Poggi (Director of the Pisa-Florence Ph.D. Program in Philosophy), Ilaria Gaspari (Organization)

    Emotions, Conflicts, Values
    (Chair: Aaron Ben-Ze’ev)

    14:30-15:30 Keynote speaker
    Roberta De Monticelli
    (San Raffaele University, Milan)
    Emotions, Values and the Conflict of the Will. A Case Study

    15:30-15:50 Coffee Break

    15:50-16:40 Teresa Marques
    (University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)
    A Puzzle of Conflicts

    16:40-17:30 Sandy Berkovski
    (Bilkent University, Ankara)
    A Naturalist View of Humiliation

    17:30-18:20 Carter Hardy
    (University of South Florida, Tampa)
    Empathy: Causing and Resolving Conflicts

    Thursday, February 4

    Ambivalence and Moral Luck
    (Chair: Stefano Perfetti)

    09:30-10:30 Keynote speaker
    Carla Bagnoli
    (University of Modena)
    Creative Regrets: Holding Up Agency through Contingencies

    10:30-10:50 Coffee Break

    10:50-11:40 Alessandra Fussi
    (University of Pisa)
    Plato, Aristotle, Plutarch and the Problem of Envy

    11:40-12:30 Bill Wringe
    (Bilkent University, Ankara)
    Ambivalence for Cognitivists: A Lesson from Chrysippus?

    12:30-14:15 Lunch Break

    Emotions and Politics
    (Chair: Anthony Hatzimoysis)

    14:15-15:05 Laurencia Saenz
    (Birkbeck College, London)
    The Role of Shame and Guilt in Oppression

    15:05-15:55 Per-Erik Milam
    (University of Gothenburg)
    Forgiveness: Personal and Political

    15:55-16:20 Coffee Break

    Embodiment and Affectivity
    (Chair: Carla Bagnoli)

    16:20-17:10 Daniel Vanello
    (University of Warwick)
    Appraisal, Emotion Regulation, and Conflict Resolution

    17:10-18:00 Ditte Marie Munch-Jurisic
    (University of Copenhagen)
    Perpetrator Disgust: an Enquiry into the Relationships between Body, Emotion and Morality

    Friday, February 5

    Odi et Amo
    (Chair: Alessandra Fussi)

    9:15-10:15 Keynote speaker
    Aaron Ben-Ze’ev
    (University of Haifa)
    Do Only Fools Rush in? The Conflict between Love and Wisdom

    10:15-10:30 Coffee Break

    10:30-11:20 Roberta Patalano
    (Parthenope University, Naples)
    On the Constructive Role of Conflicting Emotions. The Case of Early Mother-Child Interaction and its Relevance for the Study of Social Behavior

    11:20-12:10 Luke Brunning
    (University of Oxford)
    Emotional Conflicts: Beyond Confrontation and Evasion

    12:10-13:00 Maria Michela Sassi
    (University of Pisa)
    The Medea Syndrome

    13:00-13:30 General Discussion and Conclusions

     

    Info e Contatti:
    Alessandra Fussi alessandra.fussi@unipi.it

  • Statue vestite di Lunigiana – 31/01/16

    Locandina Documentario

  • Open Days – Offerta formativa – 10-26 febbraio 2016

    – martedì 16: Palazzo Carità aula Barone ore 9 – 13.30

    ore 9.15: Storia “La storia siamo noi (nessuno si senta escluso)”
    ore 10.15: Scienze per la Pace
    ore 11.15: Filosofia
    ore 12.15: “Studiare in biblioteca”

    – mercoledì 17: Polo Guidotti aula G1 ore 9 – 13.30

    ore 9.30: DISCO (Discipline dello spettacolo e della comunicazione)
    ore 10.30: SBC (Scienze dei Beni Culturali )
    ore 11.30: laboratori di fotografia e di ripresa e montaggio video
    ore 12.15: “Studiare in biblioteca”

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