Calendar – University of Copenhagen

Forward this page to a friend Resize Print kalender-ikon Bookmark and Share

Department of Media, Cognition and Communication > Calendar

Calendar

Civic Education and Balancing the Demands of Civility

05 November 2014 kl. 14:00

Professor William Keith will argue that civility, rightly understood, is a master rhetorical virtue which can guide the application of the others Read more

CFS Workshop: The We and its Emotions

12 November 2014 kl. 14:15

Speakers: Christian van Scheve and Mikko Salmela
The event is open to all: everyone is welcome! Read more

Make a Difference - Teach and Learn with Technology

12 November 2014 kl. 9:00

Are you looking for inspiration to develop your teaching? Would you like to see how other teachers are using learning technologies? Get started now! Read more

Composite Photographs and the Quest for Generality: Themes from Peirce and Galton

13 November 2014 kl. 16:00

Chiara Ambrosio, University College London, Composite Photographs and the Quest for Generality: Themes from Peirce and Galton Read more

CFS Lecture by Dermot Moran: What is the Person? Lessons from the Phenomenological Approach

14 November 2014 kl. 10:15

The event is open to all: everyone is welcome! Read more

Husserl and the Problem of Empathy

14 November 2014 kl. 13:00 (doors will be closed hereafter)

Zhida Luo defends his PhD thesis Read more

Workshop: Mechanisms in the Life Sciences

21 November 2014 kl. 10:30

Workshop organized by the Research Seminar in Theoretical Philosophy Read more

Mechanisms in the Life Sciences

21 November 2014 kl. 10:30

Mechanisms in the Life Sciences
Workshop organized by the Research Seminar in Theoretical Philosophy

For two decades the new mechanistic philosophy of science has been at the centre of the philosophy of the life sciences. The new mechanism philosophy may be characterized as the view that life scientists to a large extent explain phenomena by specifying and describing the responsible mechanisms. The workshop will explore central themes in the philosophy of mechanisms in relation to topics such as explanation, causation, and methodology in the life sciences (broadly construed).

Read more

KU Workshop: Engage Your Students in Class

26 November 2014 kl. 13:00

Would you like to engage the students, increase their learning opportunities and get instant feedback on your teaching? Then join this workshop on online student response systems Read more

CFS Workshop: The structure of self-other relations and shared experience

27 November 2014 kl. 13.15

Speakers:  R. Peter Hobson and Jessica Hobson.  Read more

The Proactionary Principle

27 November 2014 kl. 14:00

Steve Fuller, Department of Sociology, University of Warwick, The Proactionary Principle  Read more

CFS lecture by Don Kuiken: Numerically Aided Phenomenology: Balancing Empirical Rigor with Sensitivity to Expressive Language

01 December 2014 kl. 10:00

Lecture by Don Kuiken, University of Alberta, CA. Read more

Towards complex diversity?

04 December 2014

Understanding new challenges for the accommodation of difference and diversity in Europe and the World. Read more

The Copenhagen Intellectual History Seminar

04 December 2014 kl. 14:15

Wisdom is a multifaceted concept with various meanings in philosophy, theology, literature, religion, the arts and psychology. As such, wisdom denotes an enormous field. In a series of talks we focus not on the object of wisdom, but on the agents who seek, possess or lose wisdom. Although the wise might be mostly an ideal, we still find him or her depicted in various ways.
What does it imply to be wise? Is the wise person a knowledgeable or an experienced person? How can wisdom be acquired? Can it be taught? Can it be lost? Can it be transformed? Can it transform the agent him or herself...
Read more

Sabrina Ebbersmeyer, The Wise as a Laughing-Stock in Humanist Thought.

04 December 2014 kl. 14:15

The mockery of the Humanists refers to the ideal of contemplation and its corresponding life form, the vita contemplativa. However, the wise remained an ideal even in Humanist thought. Does this imply that there is such a thing as a Humanist wise? And if so, what are his or her distinctive features? Read more

Socrates and Protagoras in Plato's Theaetetus (workshop)

09 December 2014 kl. 12:15

By Post doc Kristian Larsen (University of Copenhagen) and PhD student Anders Dahl (Humboldt University, Berlin) Read more

CFS Workshop: From shared experiences to shared identities in infancy and early childhood

09 December 2014 kl. 14:15

Speaker at the workshop is Malinda Carpenter.
The event is free and open to all: everyone is welcome!

Read more

Early Modern Politics of Wisdom: Hobbes and the French Skeptics (workshop)

10 December 2014 kl. 10:15

Workshop by Professor Gianni Paganini (Università del Piemonte Orientale) Read more

Universal Empire: Imperial Culture and Representation in Eurasian History

11 December 2014 kl. 16:00

Peter Fibiger Bang, University of Copenhagen, Universal Empire: Imperial Culture and Representation in Eurasian History. Read more

David Bloch, Active Wisdom, Human Happiness

12 December 2014 kl. 13:15

In this paper, David Bloch will examine what kind of role the active mind plays in obtaining human happiness Read more

The Copenhagen Intellectual History Seminar

12 December 2014 kl. 13:15

Wisdom is a multifaceted concept with various meanings in philosophy, theology, literature, religion, the arts and psychology. As such, wisdom denotes an enormous field. In a series of talks we focus not on the object of wisdom, but on the agents who seek, possess or lose wisdom. Although the wise might be mostly an ideal, we still find him or her depicted in various ways.
What does it imply to be wise? Is the wise person a knowledgeable or an experienced person? How can wisdom be acquired? Can it be taught? Can it be lost? Can it be transformed? Can it transform the agent him or herself...
Read more

CFS Workshop: Perspectives on We-intentionality

11 March 2015 kl. 14:15

Speakers include: Ingar Brinck and Henning Nörenberg. Read more

CFS Lecture by Raimo Tuomela

25 March 2015 kl. 14:15

The event is open to all: everyone is welcome! Read more

CFS Lecture by Sebastian Watzl

15 April 2015 kl. 14:15

Lecture by Sebastian Watzl, University of Oslo, Norway. Read more