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In this Newsletter: 
  • Publication of the volume "Paradoxes of Conflicts"
  • 2018 World Congress of Philosophy
  • Introducing new IASC Members
  • Conference "Ways to Religion" 
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IASC Newsletter | June 2015

 

 

Dear IASC Members,
The International Conference "Paradoxes of Conflicts" was a real success for our Association. Many ideas, many exchanges.
You can watch the official photo gallery (Roberto Greco ph.) and interviews (Alvarez-Barilan-Luiz-Amel-VuolantoPierri-Palese-Mannarini-Avanzini-SignorePanarello-Cattani-Lucrezi-Drago-Barrotta, Gruenpeter) to some of our speakers and participants.
We are now preparing the volume. It will be published by Springer in the Spring 2016. The authors are already working to write their essays. An International Committee, headed by Marcelo Dascal, will provide the final decision about the publication of each presented paper. 
As member of the FISP, IASC is able to anticipate some information about the next 24th World Congress of Philosophy.

24TH WORLD CONGRESS OF PHILOSOPHY « LEARNING TO BE HUMAN »

SYNOPSIS

DATES OF THE CONGRESS

Beijing (China), August 13-20, 2018.

TITLE

Learning to Be Human

Apprendre à être humain

學以成人

Aprender a ser humano

Lernen Mensch zu sein

PLENARY SESSIONS

1. Self
2. Community
3. Nature
4. Spirituality
5. Traditions


SYMPOSIA

  1. Ren, Ubuntu, Love, and the Heart

  2. Mind, Brain, Body, Consciousness, Emotions

  3. Philosophy at the Margins: Domination, Freedom, and Solidarity

  4. Rights, Responsibility, and Justice

  5. Human, Non-human, Post-human

  6. Science, Technology, and the Environment

  7. Creativity, Symbol, and Aesthetic Sense

  8. Reason, Wisdom, and the Good Life

  9. Expressibility, Dialogue, Translatability

  10. Symposium organized under the responsibility of the Chinese organizing committee 

In this section, we are glad to introduce to our community, Oswaldo Melo Souza Filho, a new IASC member.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics at the Institute of Physics of São Carlos at the University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil (1978). Received the title of Master in Science Education (modality: Physics) by the Institute of Physics and the Faculty of Education of the USP (1987). He obtained a Doctorate (PhD) in Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy, Literature and Human Sciences at the USP (1996). He has participated from 1998 to 2001 at the research group in Logic and theory of Science in the USP, led by Dr. Newton C. A. da Costa. He also possesses an MBA in Advanced Management Professional with emphasis on governance by Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation (FAAP), São Paulo (August 2004 to December 2005). He has worked in the following areas: physics and philosophy of science in the 19th century; history of thermodynamics; epistemology, ontology and methodology of the theories of physics; axiomatization and foundations of physical theories; general issues of epistemology, ontology and ethics; issues related to the skepticism and the classical foundationalism; informal logic, argumentation theory and theory of controversies; issues of modernity and postmodernity and organizational studies. He is a professor at the Brazilian Air Force Academy since 1985.
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International Conference
WAYS TO RELIGION Wrocław, 6-7 June, 2015

Ways to Religion is an international conference that aims to create opportunities to share experiences of an international interdisciplinary forum of researchers. Its main aim is to bring together researchers representing a broad variety of areas dealing with various aspects of language contacts, cultural, and historical space and the development of communication in a variety of verbal and non-verbal religious discourses. 


Confirmed plenary speakers:
prof. Marcel Dascal (Tel Aviv, Israel)
prof. Madeea Axinciuc (Bucharest, Romania)
prof. Camelia Cmeciu (Bucharest, Romania)
prof. Tomasz P. Krzeszowski (University of Social Sciences, Warsaw, Poland)
rev. dr Józef Kupny (Wrocław, Poland)
rev. prof. Grzegorz Ryś (Kraków, Poland)
prof. Tadeusz Sławek (University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland)
prof. Adam A. Szafrański (John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland)
prof. Iwona Węgrzyn (Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland)
prof. Przemysław Żywiczyński (Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland)
 

Contact details:

Conference secretary – Anna Zasłona e-mail: a.zaslona@wsf.edu.pl
phone: +48 71 395 84 73

For more information visit:

www.wroclaw.pan.pl www.wsf.edu.pl http://www.wsf.edu.pl/81551.xml 

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