LLC Seminar

The LLC Seminar is our main research seminar. It includes both talks by invited speakers and works in progress by our members. The seminar meets Thursdays from 5 to 7 pm in the Department of Philosophy and Education, Via S. Ottavio 20, Turin. Talks are usually announced about one week before through our mailing list. 

Here is an updated plan of our next meetings:

07/10 Leon Horsten (University of Konstanz) Reflexive subjective probability for epistemologists - in person

28/10 Federico Manzi (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan), Human-Robot Interaction and Theory of Mind from a developmental perspective.

11/11 Ned Block (NYU), An Empirical Argument that Perception is Non-conceptual - webinar

18/11 Roberto Demaria (Turin) Automatic argumentation mining: creation of an annotated corpus and pipeline for the processing of philosophical texts - in person

25/11 Lorenzo Rossi (Turin) Truth and quantification - in person

02/12 Amie Thomasson (University of Darthmouth) - webinar

13/01 Denis Perrin (Université Grenoble Alpes), What are déjà experiences? - in person

27/01 Alessandro Torza (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), Laws of nature and theory choice - in person

10/02 Lorenzo Rossi, Jan Sprenger (University of Turin), Conditionals and the logic of assertion - in person

17/02 Fabrizio Cariani (University of Maryland), Sketches for a pointless indeterminate future - in person

24/02 Giuliana Mazzoni (Università di Roma La Sapienza) The other face of memory: remembering experiences that never happened - in person

03/03 Mario Günther (LMU Munich), Legal Proof is Rational Belief of Guilt - in person

03/03 Carolin Antos (University of Konstanz), Working with defective formal concepts - in person

24/03 Francesco Ademollo (University of Florence), Transitive predication in Aristotle, Categories 3 - in person

24/03 Paolo Fait (University of Oxford), Lukasiewicz was wrong - in person

21/04 Elena Gandolfi, Inhibitory control from a developmental perspective: critical issues - webinar

19/05 Luca San Mauro, Learning Mathematical Structures - in person

26/05 Naftali Weinberger, When Do Statistics Provide Evidence for Discrimination by Police: A Causal Approach - in person

09/06 Philip Welch