there is not one such thing as being right. We use normative language like ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ for many purposes – to talk about what we should do from a first person perspective and to talk about how to judge other people’s actions from a third person perspectives (singular and plural), about who to praise and who to blame, about how to deal with the consequences of our actions and about how to assign responsibilities, etc.
Organized by the Faculty of Philosophy and the Groningen School of Critical Theory, University of Groningen (NL) Keynote lecture: Rahel Jaeggi Liberal theories often draw a distinction between questions of justice which are capable of being decided in ways justifiable to all concerned and ethical questions, or questions about the “good life”, for which no […]
Reset Dialogues On Civilizations in partnership with the King Abdul-Aziz Al Saoud Foundation for Islamic Studies and Human Sciences is organizing the second edition of the International School and Seminars in Casablanca. The second edition of Casablanca Seminars goes on with its aim of understanding of and among traditions to examine the fountains of tolerance in […]
Special Workshop on the Nature and Significance of Postcolonial African Philosophy This special workshop on the nature and significance of Postcolonial African Philosophy is primarirly motivated by two recent publications. The first, Ezumezu: A System of Logic for African Philosophy and Studies(Springer 2019) by Jonathan O. Chimakonam PhD (Senior Lecturer, University of Calabar, Nigeria), articulates a […]
(Versión española abajo | Versão portuguesa abaixo) The University of São Paulo and the Latin-American Association ofIntercultural Philosophy (ALAFI) will hold their 5th EasternPhilosophy Conference and the 1st International InterculturalPhilosophy Conference at the university campus in São Paulo (Brazil).Contributions are welcome on intercultural and comparativephilosophy, as well as proposals on all non-Western philosophicaltraditions. The languages […]