The Dynamic World Aula 420, Department of Philosophy, University of Milan 25 and 26 May 2023 25 May 14:30-15:30 Lisa Leininger (HWS) — “The Problem of Tenseless Passage” 15:45-16:45 Daniel Deasy (University College Dublin) — “Remember that one time” Coffee
18 October: Kasia Jaszczolt (Cambridge) – “Time, Metarepresentation, and Metaindexicality: A Neo-Whorfian Approach” Sala Paci, Via Festa del Perdono 7, h. 14:30 – I propose to bring together discussions about the metaphysics of time and the passage of time with
20 May: Francesca Vidotto (University of Western Ontario) – “Relational Observables and Relational Time” Sala Paci, Via Festa del Perdono 7, h. 13:00-15:00. – More info will be available soon.
Time and Experience A short class for PhD. Students ————————————— Teacher: Nick Young (firstname.lastname@example.org) Dates: 3rd – 7th December Times: 14.00 – 16.00 Location: University of Milan, Via Festa del Perdono, 7, I-20122 Milano, Italy Course Description In recent years
10 April: Gerardo Viera (Antwerp) – “The Apparent Unity of Time” Sala Paci, Via Festa del Perdono 7, h. 14:00-16:00. – Abstract: While we perceive events in our environment through multiple sensory systems, we nevertheless perceive all of these events as
TBA: Akiko Frischhut (Akita International University, Japan) Sala Paci, Via Festa del Perdono 7 – More info will be available soon.
February 25: Gaspar Yves (Catholic University, Milan) – “Time, between Mathematics and Physics” Sala Paci, Via Festa del Perdono 7, h. 11:00-13:00 Abstract: In their recent work Lee Smolin and Roberto M. Unger, “The singular universe and the reality of
3 December: Christian List (LSE) – “Levels: Descriptive, Explanatory, and Ontological” Sala Paci, Via Festa del Perdono 7, h. 11.00-13:00. – Abstract: Scientists and philosophers frequently speak about levels of description, levels of explanation, and ontological levels. In this paper, I
20 November: Laura Caponetto (San Raffaele, Milan) – “Doing, Undoing, and Counteracting” Sala Paci, Via Festa del Perdono 7, h. 11.00-13:00. – Starting with the pioneering work of J.L. Austin (1962), several philosophers of language have looked into the mechanisms
24 May: David Pitt (California State University) – “How Do Thoughts Find Their Objects?” Sala Paci, Via Festa del Perdono 7, h. 16.30-18:30.