Teresa Marques gave a talk at the first workshop of the project “Disagreement in Philosophy. Semantic and Epistemological bases” that took place at the University of Bonn, on the 28th and 29th of October, 2016.
Teresa Marques gave two lectures at the Padova Summer School in Philosophy – On Objectivity. The first was on aesthetic disagreements, and the second on legal disputes. Photos here.
Teresa Marques presented “Falsity & Retraction: new experimental data on epistemic modals”, at the Linguistics Colloquium of the English Department at the University of Göttingen, on July 12 2016.
Teresa gave a talk, “Hybrid Dispositionalism & Disagreement” at the workshop on Normative Disagreement at the CSMN (Center for Study of Mind in Nature) in Oslo, June 1-3.
Teresa Marques’s outreach talk: “Formas de Hablar que Discriminan” (essentially, “speech that discriminates”) at the Institut d’Estudis Catalans in the seminar series 10 Quëstions de Filosofia Política (10 questions in political philosophy) on April 27, 2016.
Teresa Marques organized the 11 th NOMOS Network Meeting, with Sally Haslanger, and other great speakers and discussants, at UPF. June 6-8 2016.
Teresa Marques presented “A Puzzle of Conflicts” at the International workshop on EMOTIONS AND CONFLICT Pisa, February 3-5, 2016
Teresa Marques presented “Pejoratives: how the analogy with fiction breaks down” at the LanCog Seminar on December 18, 12h, and at the workshop The Roots of Fiction taking place at Universidade de Macau, 5-6 December 2015.
Teresa Marques presented “Falsity and Retractions: New experimental data on epistemic modals” at the Pervasive Context conference at Peking University, 24-25 October 2015, and at the LOGOS Seminar at the University of Barcelona on October 14, 2015
Teresa Marques presented her ‘Pejoratives & Oughts’ at the 10th NOMOS Meeting, Humboldt University, Berlin, which focused on Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen’s book Born Free and Equal (OUP), 29-29 September.
Teresa Marques participated in various events during the summer of 2015:
She presented her “Character and Content in Hybrid Expressivism”, 8th Congress of the Spanish Society for Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Barcelona, 7-10 July 2015, and at the 6th meeting of the Portuguese Society for Analytic Philosophy, ENFA6, 10-12 September 2015 at the University of the Azores, S. Miguel.
While Visiting Professorial Fellow at Eidyn, Teresa did a “piggy back session” organized by the Edinburgh Women in Philosophy Group, in which she talked about ‘Stereotype threat and silencing: two causes of difference’ (Monday 22nd of June 2015, 3-4pm in Dugald Stewart Building Room 1.01.)
Teresa’s talks during the first term of 2015:
Teresa Marques, “La construcción social de hechos reales”. Seminar, Universidad de la Republica Uruguay, Montevideo, 8 April 2015.
Teresa Marques, “Aesthetic properties: a hybrid dispositional account”, SADAF Seminar, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 30 March 2015.
Teresa Marques, “De Se Dispositions and Conflicting Attitudes”, Philosophisches Seminar of the University of Zurich — Dissens – Disagreement , 2 March 2015.
Teresa Marques, 2015 “Character and Content in Hybrid Expressivism”, workshop Semantic Pluralism, University of Konstanz, Germany, January 2015.
Josep Joan’s talks during the first term of 2015
Josep Joan Moreso was a keynote speaker at the University of Frankfurt, presenting his “Defeasibility in Law”, 12.13 March 2015.
He also presented his “Virtù, particolarismo e applicazione del diritto” at the Giornati di ermeneutica giuridica. Conflitti interpretativi, in Padova in October 2014
XXIII SIUCC – Seminario Interuniversitário de Ciencia Cognitiva
Teresa Marques gave a talk on the XXIII SIUCC – Seminario Interuniversitário de Ciência Cognitiva, with Jennifer Hornsby, entitled “The Relevance of Causal Social Construction”, (Seville, November 6-8, 2014).
Teresa Marques will give a short talk at the Philosophy Flash event during the Philosophy Festival in Barcelona, November, 19 2014, on social construction. Title and abstract (in Spanish) below:
La Construcción Social de Hechos Reales
¿Existen cosas, o hechos, que hayan sido construidos socialmente? Sí:
por ejemplo, ser un profesor de universidad, o un partido de fútbol: hay
normas y reglas, costumbres y prácticas sociales sin las cuales esos
tipos de cosas o hechos no existirían. ¿Y hay tipos de cosas o hechos
reales que parezcan *naturales*, pero sean también construcciones sociales? Hay
quien defiende que ser una mujer o ser negro, o tener algunas
enfermedades mentales, son construcciones sociales. En esta charla
defenderé esta idea de algunas objeciones.