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Kommende 5 dager

25 jan.
Tid og sted: 25. jan. 2022 16:1518:00, via Zoom

Ildar Garipzanov  presents his ERC Advanced Grant project, MINiTEXTS – "Minuscule Texts: Marginalized Voices in Early Medieval Latin Culture (c. 700–c. 1000)". 

Project website: Minuskule tekster

26 jan.
Tid og sted: 26. jan. 2022 15:0016:30, On Zoom

Jon Erling Litland  (University of Texas at Austin) will give a talk titled "Generating Propositions"

Flere kommende arrangementer

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Tid og sted: 7. feb. 2022 12:1513:00, Georg Morgenstiernes Hus, room 452

Katharine Browne (IFIKK/Langara) will present on "Vaccination and the Freedom to Choose" at CPS Lunch Forum. 

Tid og sted: 8. feb. 2022 16:1518:00, GM 205 and/or via Zoom

Silvio Bär, member of the research group Novel and Epic, Ancient and Modern: Odyssey 5: A Narratological Analysis.

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Tid og sted: 9. feb. 2022 14:1515:30, Georg Sverdrups Hus, Undervisningsrom 1

Sebastian Watzl is an associate professor at the Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art, and Ideas at the University of Oslo. Among other things, he works in philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, epistemology, and ethics. He has published the book Structuring Mind. The Nature of Attention and how it shapes Consciousness (OUP, 2017), and is co-author of the ExPhil book “Knowing, Being, Doing” (Gyldendal, 2021). He was head of the Center for Philosophy and the Sciences (CPS), and currently is leader of the ERC-funded project GOODATTENTION. Attention norms and their role in practical reason, epistemology, and ethics and project manager for the Norwegian Research Council funded project Salient Solutions. Responding ethically to the attention crisis.

Tid og sted: 16. feb. 2022 15:0016:30, On Zoom

Michael Rathjen (University of Leeds) will give a talk titled "Completeness: Turing, Schütte, Feferman"

Tid og sted: 22. feb. 2022 16:1518:00, GM 205 and/or via Zoom

Matthew Kinloch: Narrative Hierarchies: Minor Characters in Byzantine and Medieval History Writing.