June 4—6, 2015
University of Milan
Puzzles have a special place in philosophy. Philosophy itself has been said to be born in puzzlement. And a bunch of puzzles are sometimes what philosophy gets you in the end. Which is not necessarily a bad thing, as the heritage of philosophy lies as much in its theories and visions as it lies in its puzzles. Through their ubiquitous presence in metaphysics, logic, ethics, epistemology, and the rise of scientific thought, philosophical puzzles have contributed to shape the intellectual history of mankind. More modestly, philosophical puzzles are what the 8th Latin Meeting in Analytic Philosophy is about.
Annalisa Coliva (Modena) – How to Commit Moore’s Paradox
Comment by Ángel García Rodríguez (Murcia)
Esa Díaz-León (Manitoba) – Pejorative Terms and the Semantic Strategy
Comment by Tristan Thommen (Paris)
Paul Egré (Paris) – What is an adequate justification?
Comment by Daniele Sgaravatti (Roma)
Teresa Marques (Barcelona) – A Puzzle for Conflicts
Comment by Sebastiano Moruzzi (Bologna)
Isidora Stojanovic (Paris) – The Grammar of Valuing
Comment by Alain Pe-Curto (Geneva)
Elia Zardini (Lisbon) – Against the world
Comment by Eugenio Orlandelli (Bologna)
Dan Zeman (Basque Country) – Contextualism and Disagreement in Attitude: A Bad Marriage?
Comment by Neftalí Villanueva Fernández (Granada)