9-10 Dicembre 2013, Modena
Emotions and knowledge
Midterm Conference of the S.I.F.A. (Italian Society for Analytic Philosophy)
University of Modena 9-10 December 2013
Via UniversitĂ 4
9 December 2013
10:45 OPENING REMARKS
Marina Bondi (Head of the Department of Linguistic and Cultural Studies)
Simone Gozzano, President of the SocietĂ Italiana di Filosofia Analitica
11:00 â€“ 12:30 PLENARY (Chair Carla Bagnoli)
Alice Crary (New School, New York) Ethics and the Power of Pictures
12:30 â€“ 14:00 Lunch
Parallel Session Ethics (Chair Roberto Mordacci) AULA II
14:00 â€“ 14:45 Lorenzo Greco, A Humean Understanding of the Relation between Reflexivity and Normativity
14:45 â€“ 15:30 Irene Ottonello, Supporting practices of moral responsibility. Constructivism, objectivity and trust.
15:30 â€“ 16:15 Luciana Ceri Emotions and Moral Judgments
Parallel Session Epistemology (Chair Sebastiano Moruzzi) AULA IV
14:00 â€“ 14:45 Susanna Melkonian, Framing the World
14:45 â€“ 15:30 Deborah Conti Pain and Illusion
15:30 â€“ 16:15 Francesca ForlĂ©, Sarah Songhorian Leib and Empathy: How Do We Perceive Others? Vicarious Emotions and Embodiment
16:15 â€“ 17:00 Ana Barandalla: Epistemic Normativity
17-17:15 Coffee Break
17:15 â€“ 18:45 SYMPOSIUM Emotional Insight (Carla Bagnoli, Michael Brady, Annalisa Coliva, Simone Gozzano) (Chair Marco Santambrogio)
18:45 Meeting of the Italian Society of Analytic Philosophy (open to Members SIFA)
20:00 Social Dinner CaffĂ¨ Concerto
10 December 2013
9:15 â€“ 10:45 PLENARY (Chair Eva Picardi) AULA MAGNA
Clotilde Calabi (UniversitĂ di Milano) Metacognitive Feelings and Moods
10:45 â€“ 11:00 Coffee Break
Parallel Session Ethics (Chair Filippo Magni) AULA II
11:00 â€“ 11:45 Edward Harcourt Consequentialism
11:45 â€“ 12:30 Jan Bransen, Love and Self-Knowledge
12:30 â€“ 13:15 Katrine Schaerbruch Love and Moral Knowledge
Parallel Session Epistemology (Chair Andrea Sereni) AULA IV
11:00 â€“ 11:45 Gaetano Albergo, De re Seeing Does not Prevent de dicto Imagining
11:45 â€“ 12:30 Cristina Travanini, Justified Emotions in Theory of Value: MeinongÂ´s View
12:30 â€“ 13:15 Sarah Songhorian, Empathy and Sympathy
13:15 â€“ 14:30 Lunch
14:30 â€“ 16:30 SYMPOSIUM Fictional, Self-Deceptive, and Disguised Emotions (Elisabetta Galeotti, Patrizia Pedrini, Alberto Voltolini) (Chair Massimo Dellâ€™Utri)
16:45- Coffee Break
17:00 â€“ 18:30 PLENARY (Chair Annalisa Coliva)
Christine Tappolet (UniversitĂ© de MontrĂ©al) Emotions and Agency
19:00 Closing Remarks
Plenary sessions and symposia will be held in Aula Magna, via UniversitĂ 4
Parralel sessions in Ethics will be held in Aula II, via UniversitĂ 4
Parallel sessions in Epistemology will be held in Aula IV, via UniversitĂ 4
The aim of the Conference is Emotions in epistemology, social epistemology, ethics, political philosophy, and philosophy of law.Â This conference aims to address the topic of the interplay of emotions and cognition asâ€¨it bears on views of epistemology, reasoning, moralâ€¨philosophy, and aesthetics, with special attention to production and transmission of knowledge.
The Italian Society of Analytic Philosophy invites submitted symposia and papers for this meeting in the following topics:
Emotions and perception
Emotions and perceptual illusions
Emotions and self-knowledge
Emotions and self-deception
Emotions and moral salience
Emotions and mutual recognition
Emotions and cognition
Emotions and practical judgment
Emotions and shared action
Emotions and action
Emotions and practical conflict
Emotions and practical reasoning
Emotions and consistency
Session Papers should not exceed a length of 25 minutes (about 12 double-spaced pages) for a total 45 minute session.
Symposia (two) are allocated a two-hour slot and consist of a set of 3 linked papers on a common theme.
Symposia organisers should submit an outline of the symposium along with a list of speakers and abstracts as a single document. Please do not submit more than one PDF file per symposium.
Submissions should be by abstract (500 words).
Submissions will be blind-refereed and selected on the basis of quality and philosophical relevance.
All paper and symposia submissions should be in PDF-format and should be properly anonymized in order to allow for blind refereeing.
Papers may be in Italian or in English, but English is preferred.
THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION IS SEPTEMBER 1ST 2013.
Please, send your proposals to Carla Bagnoli: email@example.com