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Events in the Philosophy of Language and Mind

03.10.2021
Section of Logical Rhetoric and the Jagiellonian Centre for Law, Language, and Philosophy would like to invite everyone interested in the topic to participate in a series of lectures in the philosophy of language and mind, as well as to workshops in the philosophy of language.

Cracow 3rd Series of Lectures in the Philosophy of Language: Francois Recanati (Institut Jean Nicod, Paris)

21 May 2018, 2:30 p.m., Room 25 - Speech Acts
22 May 2018, 2:30 p.m., Room 25 - Direct Reference
23 May 2018, 2:30 p.m., Room 25 - Contextualism and Compositionality

Workshop "Context and Content: From Language to Thought", 24 May 2018
invited speakers: Francois Recanati (Institut Jean Nicod, Paris), Joanna Odrowąż-Sypniewska (Warsaw University), Michael Murez (Université de Nantes)

Cracow 4th Series of Lectures in the Philosophy of Language: Michael Murez (Université de Nantes)

29 May 2018, 2:30 p.m., Room 28 - Michael Murez: Mental Files: An Introduction
29 May 2018, 7:00 o.m., Room 28 - Michael Murez: Mental Files: Challenges and New Directions

If you would like to participate in the events, please contact Prof. Katarzyna Kijania-Placek at: katarzyna.kijania-placek@uj.edu.pl.
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Conference of the Jagiellonian Center for Law, Language and Philosophy

29.09.2021
CANCELED: The Jagiellonian Center for Law, Language and Philosophy invites to conference "Analytic Philosophy meets Legal Theory", Krakow May 22-24, 2020
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Sense and Sensibility. The Scholastic Origins of the Enlightenment Man of Feeling

17.06.2021
The research team of the project “Between Secularization and Reform. Religious Rationalism in the Late 17th Century and in the Enlightenment” organises the fourteenth session of the seminar “Enlightenment and Religion”. The session, to be held on 18 June 2021 from 16:00 to 18:00 (4 p.m. to 6 p.m.) CET on Microsoft Teams, will host Prof. Damien Tricoire (University of Trier) who will deliver a lecture titled Sense and Sensibility. The Scholastic Origins of the Enlightenment Man of Feeling. If you are willing to join the meeting, please sign up via the website of the project (https://www.religiousrationalism.com/event-info/lecture-by-prof-damien-tricoire-university-of-trier) or by sending an expression of interest to the following address: religious.rationalism@iphils.uj.edu.pl. More information about the project and the seminar is available on the website: https://www.religiousrationalism.com/events.
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Locke’s Reasonable Christianity: A Religious Enlightener’s Theology in Context

13.05.2021
The research team of the project “Between Secularization and Reform. Religious Rationalism in the Late 17th Century and in the Enlightenment” organises the thirteenth session of the seminar “Enlightenment and Religion”. The session, to be held on 14 May 2021 at 16:00 to 18:00 CET (4 p.m. to 6 p.m.) on Microsoft Teams, will host Prof. Diego Lucci (American University in Bulgaria and University of Hamburg) who will deliver a lecture titled Locke’s Reasonable Christianity: A Religious Enlightener’s Theology in Context. All willing to join the meeting are kindly requested to sign up via the website of the project (https://www.religiousrationalism.com/event-info/lecture-by-prof-diego-lucci-american-univ-in-bulgaria-and-univ-of-hamburg) or by sending an expression of interest to the following address: religious.rationalism@iphils.uj.edu.pl. More information about the project and the seminar is available on the website: https://www.religiousrationalism.com/events. The event is open for everyone interested in the topic.
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Does Kant’s Enlightened Religion Have Quaker Roots?

20.04.2021
The research team of the project “Between Secularization and Reform. Religious Rationalism in the Late 17th Century and in the Enlightenment” organises the twelfth session of the seminar “Enlightenment and Religion”. The session, to be held on 29 April 2021 at 16:00 to 18:00 CET (4 p.m. to 6 p.m.) on Microsoft Teams, will host Prof. Stephen R. Palmquist (Hong Kong Baptist University) who will deliver a lecture titled Does Kant’s Enlightened Religion Have Quaker Roots? All willing to join the meeting are kindly requested to sign up via the website of the project (https://www.religiousrationalism.com/event-info/lecture-by-prof-stephen-palmquist-hong-kong-baptist-university) or by sending an expression of interest to the following address: religious.rationalism@iphils.uj.edu.pl. More information about the project and the seminar is available on the website: https://www.religiousrationalism.com/events. The event is open to everyone interested in the topic.
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