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  • Politicians of Principle 

    Lopez-Sanchez, Rosario (2022)
    The massive digitisation of parliamentary debates in several European countries has opened possibilities for exploring conceptualisations of “politicians” empirically, both through long-term distant reading and micro-level ...
  • Formal argumentation and epistemic logic: what can they do for each other? 

    Burrieza-Muñiz, Alfredo; Yuste-Ginel, Antonio (2021-11-15)
    Arguing and believing are two central cognitive dimensions of both human beings and artificial intelligent agents. The interrelation of these two notions (or groups of notions) is at the root of classic debates in epistemology ...
  • A Dynamic Epistemic Logic for Abstract Argumentation 

    Yuste-Ginel, Antonio; Proietti, Carlo (2021)
    This paper introduces a multi-agent dynamic epistemic logic for abstract argumenta- tion. Its main motivation is to build a general framework for modelling the dynamics of a debate, which entails reasoning about goals, ...
  • The Sudden Awakening / Gradual Cultivation Schema. A Somaesthetic Approach to Jinul’s Thought 

    Luque Moya, Gloria (2020-04-30)
    The aim of this paper’s presentation is to examine the Sudden Awakening-Gradual Cultivation Schema from a somaesthetic approach to show Jinul’s teachings as an embodied and highly conscious art of living. For that, I start ...
  • Is aging a disease? The theoretical definition of aging in the light of the philosophy of medicine 

    Saborido, Cristian; Garcia-Barranquero, Pablo (2019-11-19)
    In this talk, I attempt to shed light on the philosophical debate about the theoretical definition of aging from the discussion of the notion of disease in the philosophy of medicine. As a result, I introduce a concrete ...
  • Persuasive argumentation and epistemic attitudes 

    Proietti, Carlo; Yuste-Ginel, Antonio (2019-10-16)
    These slides present the main notions and results of a work under construction that was presented in the 2nd DaLí Workshop, Dynamic Logic: New Trends and Applications in Porto, 9 October, 2019 and later published in the ...
  • The Art of Living: John Dewey and the Melioristic Character of Aesthetic Experience 

    Luque Moya, Gloria (2019-09-26)
    Today aesthetics is a fertile branch of research which tries to transcend the narrow art-oriented approach, widening the focus of attention to include objects, phenomena and activities of our contemporary world that had ...
  • Transboundary Aesthetics in Korean Women Artists 

    Fernández-Gómez, María Rosa (2019-09-16)
    As C. Korsmeyer has remarked (Gender and Aesthetics, 2004), there is a deep level in the gendered condition of traditional Western aesthetics that has to do with general philosophical and epistemological frameworks, ...
  • On the Tension between Belief Formation and Argument Evaluation 

    Yuste-Ginel, Antonio; Burrieza-Muñiz, Alfredo (2019-09-06)
    There exists certain circularity between the formation of some epistemic atti- tudes of an agent and the way she assesses her available arguments. For the sake of simplicity, I will restrict my attention to the case of ...
  • Imperio de la ley, constitucionalismo y democracia 

    Toscano-Mendez, Manuel (2019-07-19)
    In the events of September and October of 2017 in Catalonia many voices argued that voting and democracy should be above the rule of law and the Constitution. The supporters of the independence of Catalonia thus established ...
  • Ética y ciencia: debates metodológicos sobre la enseñanza de la ética en la era post-metafísica 

    Postigo-Asenjo, Marta (2019-01-31)
    La incorporación de asignaturas de educación para la ciudadanía y de formación moral en las enseñanzas oficiales de grado medio suscita controversias políticas que no se plantean en otras materias. Ciertamente, los organismos ...
  • Arguments Evaluation in Multi-Agent Systems 

    Burrieza-Muñiz, Alfredo; Yuste-Ginel, Antonio (2018-12-13)
    In this paper, a novel problem within the field of Epistemic Logic and Justification Logic is presented. This problem can be stated as follows: how epistemic agents should prefer one justification to another for supporting ...
  • Old ideas from a new philosophical model: levels and means of human life extension 

    Garcia-Barranquero, Pablo (2018-09-24)
    Since 2000, the possibility of extending human lifespan has been a highly debated topic by both biomedical scientists (de Grey and Rae, 2007; Olshansky & Carnes, 2002) and philosophers (Agar, 2010; Overall, 2003). One kind ...
  • La condición cívico-política en el marco post-nacional y de la Unión Europea 

    Postigo-Asenjo, Marta (2018-07-24)
    El proceso de integración europea pone de relieve la dimensión cosmopolita y transnacional que caracteriza a la ciudadanía del siglo XXI. Ciertamente, no existe consenso sobre cómo definir mejor a la Unión Europea ...
  • The EU and Political Theory: Reconceptualizing Democracy and Rights in the European Polity 

    Postigo-Asenjo, Marta (2018-06-26)
    In the globalized world, the European Union (EU) represents a political a transition from the ontology of the nation-state to a so-called post-Wesfalian order which is based on forms of shared sovereignties. As a result, ...
  • A formal analysis of the notion of preference between deductive arguments 

    Yuste Ginel, Antonio; Burrieza-Muñiz, Alfredo (2018-05-25)
    In the last two decades, justification logic has addressed the problem of including justifications into the field of epistemic logic. Nevertheless, there is something that has not received enough attention yet: how epistemic ...
  • La intencionalidad y la epistemología naturalizada 

    Diéguez-Lucena, Antonio (2018-05-16)
    Preguntarse por el origen de la intencionalidad (en el sentido de Brentano, esto es, por la capacidad de ciertos estados mentales para hacer referencia a algo, para versar sobre un objeto o estado de cosas, o para tener ...
  • Richard Cobden’s Liberal Mission and the Quest for Universal Peace 

    López, Rosario (2018-04-30)
    Richard Cobden (1804-1865) is probably best known nowadays as the political agitator behind the introduction of free trade in England. Together with John Bright, he led the anti-Corn Law League, a mass political movement ...
  • From preferences between arguments to preferences between explanations 

    Burrieza-Muñiz, Alfredo; Yuste-Ginel, Antonio (2018-04-06)
    In this ongoing work we present a new approach to the problem of argument evaluation. According to our view the notion of preference between deductive arguments is reducible to simpler notions. Departuring from this analysis ...
  • Identidades sociales y autoestima 

    Toscano-Mendez, Manuel (2017-11-23)
    El análisis del concepto de identidad es el tema de esta ponencia. Obviamente, el término ‘identidad’ tiene múltiples acepciones, pero aquí me interesaré por el uso relativamente reciente en el que se habla de identidad ...

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