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15
Jul

15:00 PM

Iuss Philosophy Seminars eMath Project

Scuola Universitaria Superiore IUSS Pavia
Centro di Ricerca in Neurocognizione, Epistemologia e Sintassi teorica (NEtS)

Dottorato in Neuroscienze Cognitive e Filosofia della Mente
(IUSS e Università “Vita-Salute” San Raffaele di Milano)


Iuss Philosophy Seminars
eMath Project - Epistemology of Mathematics and Logic
 
“AGAINST BELIEF CLOSURE”

July 15th, 2020, 15 – 17

Poster program in attachment

10
Jul

11:30 AM

An introduction to Open Science and research data management

 

Venerdì 10 luglio 2020, dalle ore 11.30 alle ore 13.30, la Direzione Scientifica dell’IRCCS Fondazione Mondino promuove una Video Conferenza dal titolo An introduction to Open Science and research data management. I relatori introdurranno l’attuale argomento, molto importante per i ricercatori, legato alla gestione dei dati nel più generale contesto delle iniziative di Open Science all’interno delle istituzioni europee. È richiesta l’iscrizione on line al link http://corsi.mondino.it/corsi_list.php. L’evento si svolgerà in lingua italiana.

 

08
Jul

11:00 AM

IUSS Philosophy Seminars - eMath Project

Scuola Universitaria Superiore IUSS Pavia
Centro di Ricerca in Neurocognizione, Epistemologia e Sintassi teorica (NEtS)

Dottorato in Neuroscienze Cognitive e Filosofia della Mente
(IUSS e Università “Vita-Salute” San Raffaele di Milano)

Iuss Philosophy Seminars
eMath Project - Epistemology of Mathematics and Logic

“TRUTH AND QUANTIFICATION”
joint work with Michael Glanzberg
July 8th, 2020, 11 – 13
 

Speaker:
Lorenzo Rossi – Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP)

Poster program in attachment

03
Jul

09:30 AM

Webinar "La Tassazione dell'energia nell'Unione Europea"

WEBINAR La Tassazione dell'energia nell'Unione Europea
venerdì 3 luglio 2020 ore 9:30

In Europa sta prendendo forma un nuovo assetto della tassazione dell'energia che favorisca il conseguimento degli obiettivi strategici dell'Unione in materia di ambiente, clima e competitività. La tassazione dell'energia rappresenta, infatti, uno degli strumenti più rilevanti per orientare l’economia verso nuovi paradigmi di sviluppo in linea con l’Accordo di Parigi. Prendendo spunto dai più recenti interventi delle istituzioni europee, il webinar vuole essere l’occasione per discutere su questi temi dal punto di vista economico e giuridico.


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30
Jun

14:00 PM

IUSS Philosophy Seminars - eMath Project

Iuss Philosophy Seminars
eMath Project - Epistemology of Mathematics and Logic

“HOW (NOT) TO ANALYSE NUMBER-SENTENCES”
June 30th, 2020, 14 – 16

Speaker:
Robert Schwartzkopff - University of Hamburg

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29
Jun

15:00 PM

Gestione della IP nella ricerca commissionata

Webinar Netval 29 giugno ore 15.00

23
Jun

11:00 AM

IUSS Philosophy Seminars eMath Project Epistemology of Mathematics and Logic SELF-GOVERNING LOGICAL RULES

June 23rd, 2020, 11-13

IUSS Philosophy Seminars
eMath Project
Epistemology of Mathematics and Logic

SELF-GOVERNING LOGICAL RULES

Suki Finn (Royal Holloway University of London)

In this talk I will argue that Modus Ponens and Universal Instantiation govern the most fundamental patterns of inference that they underwrite the application of any logical rule, including themselves. As such, they both govern their own application. This is because logical rules of inference are, very generally speaking, universals and conditionals in their structure. To be of a universal structure is to apply in all cases of a certain kind. To be conditional in structure is to say what to do if in a case of a certain kind. Logical rules of inference take us from premises to a conclusion via a conditional, and are universal so that they apply in all cases when the antecedent of that conditional is satisfied. The antecedent of the conditional will name a situation when the rule is applicable, and the consequent of the conditional will name what one should do when faced with an instance of that situation. But if all logical rules of inference are universal and conditional in their structure, then those rules that govern or describe how to deal with universal or conditional structures (namely Universal Instantiation and Modus Ponens respectively) will face problems by being of the structure that they themselves govern. This talk will explore some of those problems.

 

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16
Jun

10:00 AM

IUSS Philosophy Seminar “The Mark of the Mental” (PRIN)

June 16th 2020, 10 a.m.

IUSS Philosophy Seminar
“The Mark of the Mental” (PRIN)

EXTENDED MIND AND ARTIFACTUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY

Richard Heersmink
La Trobe University

As the extended mind debate came to maturation, it has conceptualized how cognitive artifacts extend various memory capacities, including working memory, prospective memory, spatial memory, and semantic memory. Surprisingly, the relation between autobiographical memory and artifacts has not received much attention in the extended mind literature. In this paper, I first distinguish between cognitive artifacts used for practical cognitive tasks and evocative objects used for remembering our personal past. I then go on to describe a number of ways in which evocative objects and our autobiographical memory are integrated into new systemic wholes, allowing us to remember our personal past in a more reliable and detailed manner. After discussing some empirical work on evocative objects and lifelogging technology, I elaborate on the dimension of autobiographical dependency, which is the degree to which we depend on an object to be able to remember a past event or experience. When this dependency is strong, we integrate information in the embodied brain and in an object to reconstruct an autobiographical memory. In such cases, the information we use to remember our personal past is distributed across embodied agents and evocative objects.
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Use the following link to attend: https://iusspavia.zoom.us/j/99529506550
More information: giulia.piredda@iusspavia.it
Organized by: NEtS Center

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12
Jun

14:00 PM

Webinar “Automobili Lamborghini"

Webinar “Automobili Lamborghini: approccio all’innovazione e trasferimento al prodotto”
venerdì 12 giugno alle ore 14.00 sul portale www.borsadellaricerca.it.
Saranno in onda Stefano Mazzetti - Head of Powertrain development e Ugo Riccio – V12 Aerothermal Project Responsible di Automobili Lamborghini.

L’evento è un momento di confronto e approfondimento in diretta, in cui sarà possibile conoscere i referenti di alcune delle grandi aziende partecipanti al prossimo Forum Borsa della Ricerca. Chi fosse interessato a partecipare può scrivere a info@borsadellaricerca.it.
Spin off, centri, dipartimenti e gruppi di ricerca potranno accedere gratuitamente e senza limite numerico ai webinar di interesse grazie all’adesione della Scuola IUSS al Forum della Borsa della Ricerca.
Il Forum della Borsa della Ricerca giunge all’XI edizione ed è l’evento nazionale che consente alle strutture di Ateneo di valorizzare il proprio know how e di gestire un’agenda di incontri con aziende e fondi di investimento.
ll webinar è inserito all’interno della rassegna di eventi della Borsa Borsa della Ricerca che si terrà dal 23 al 25 settembre al Campus dell’Università di Salerno oppure interamente on line sul portale della Borsa della Ricerca. Il format definitivo verrà comunicato il 30 giugno in base alle normative vigenti.

Maggiori informazioni: https://www.borsadellaricerca.it/it/Media/Event/2736

11
Jun

14:00 PM

IUSS Philosophy Seminars - eMath Project


IUSS Philosophy Seminars
eMath Project
Epistemology of Mathematics and Logic

OBJECTIVITY IN MATHEMATICS, WITHOUT MATHEMATICAL OBJECTS

Markus Pantsar University of Helsinki

June 11th, 2020, 14-16

Claims of objectivity in mathematics come in many forms, ranging from the reports of mathematicians who feel that they are discovering a universe of mathematical objects to philosophical arguments that only the objectivity of mathematical truths can account for mathematical applications in natural sciences. In the general spirit of ontological parsimony, however, the existence of causally inefficacious mathematical objects is a notoriously problematic position. In this talk, I pursue the possibility of explaining the claims of objectivity without assuming an ontology of mathematical objects. Focusing on arithmetic, I will argue that the core cognitive abilities for treating quantitative information can form the basis for the apparent mathematical objectivity. However, the numerical abilities based on the core systems need to be developed in ontogeny in a specific, consistent and culturally shared fashion.  I conclude that analysing this enculturated process of developing mathematical cognition beyond the core abilities is enough to explain the apparent objectivity of mathematics. In explaining that process, there is no need for the hypothesis that mathematical objects have a mind-independent existence.

 

Use the following link to attend: https://iusspavia.zoom.us/j/99529506550

More information:
andrea.sereni@iusspavia.it; mariapaola.sforzafogliani@iusspavia.it; luca.zanetti@iusspavia.it

Organized by:
NEtS Center
PhD Program in Neurocognitive Science and Philosophy of Mind

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