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ワークショップ ‘Kyoto Workshop on Self I’ のお知らせ

12月18日(火)に京都大学吉田キャンパスにおいて、Denis McManus氏、Hibi Pendleton氏、Graham Priest氏と共に自己に関するワークショップを開催いたしますので、ぜひお越しください。

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Kyoto Workshop on Self I

日時:12月18日(火) 9:00-17:15

会場:京都大学楽友会館1階会議室(No.96 of this map) 

Program

09:00–10:30 Denis McManus (University of Southampton) ”TBA

10:30–10:45 Coffee

10:45–12:15 Hibi Pendleton (Colgate University) ”Ideals and Self-Clarification: Developing Iris Murdoch’s Concept of Vision

12:15–14:00 Lunch

14:00–15:30 Yasuo Deguchi (Kyoto University) ”Self-as-We: From Entrustment of Somatic Agency to a Holistic Self

15:30–15:45 Coffee

15:45–17:15 Graham Priest (CUNY) ”Fictional Objects Fictional Subjects

ワークショップ ‘What’s So Bad about Dialetheism?’ のお知らせ

12月15日から17日までの3日間にかけて、国内外から多数の先生方をお招きして、Dialetheismに関するワークショップを開催いたしますので、ぜひお越しください。

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What’s So Bad about Dialetheism? From Historical, Logical and Philosophical Points of View 

1215日:Logic

時間:9:30-18:00

会場:京都大学楽友会館1階会議室(No.96 of this map) 

09:30–09:45 Opening of the conference

09:45–10:00 Anna Malavisi (Western Connecticut State University) “Beyond the limits of dialetheism

10:00–11:30 Zach Weber (University of Otago) Under the Routley Set

11:30–12:30 Luis Estrada-González (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico) Dialetheists and other friends of contradictions

12:30–14:00 Lunch

14:00–15:00 Colin Caret (Yonsei University) ”Transconsistent Possibilities”

15:00–16:00 Roderic A Girle (University of Queensland)Free logic and dialethic domains”

16:00–16:30 Coffee break

16:30–18:00 Heinrich Wansing (Ruhr University Bochum) ”One heresy and one orthodoxy. On dialetheism and the non-normativity of logic

1216日:Metaphysics

時間:9:00-17:00

会場:京都大学芝蘭会館研修室1(Access information

09:00–10:30 Ricki Bliss (Lehigh University) ”Reading Nagarjuna in New York

10:30–11:30 Paolo Bonardi (University of Geneva)”Dialetheism and Rational Belief

11:30–13:00 Lunch

13:00–14:00 Naoya Fujikawa (Tokyo Metropolitan University) ”Paraempty names and the strengthened paradox of ineffability 

14:00–15:00 Koji Tanaka (Australian National University) ”One or many? 

15:00–15:30 Coffee break

15:30–17:00 Achille Varzi (Columbia University) ”Boundary Contradictions 

1217日:History

時間:9:30-17:00

会場:京都大学芝蘭会館研修室1(Access information

09:30–11:00 Denis McManus (University of Southampton) “Heidegger, dialetheism and all that is: On paradoxes, and questions, of being

11:00–12:00 Francesco Gandellini (University of Turin) ”Heidegger’s Metaphysics between Consistencies and Inconsistencies

12:00–13:45 Lunch

13:45–15:15 Ed Witherspoon (Colgate University) “Later Wittgenstein on the Determinacy of Meaning and the Unity of Thought

15:15–15:30 Coffee break

15:30–17:00 Graham Priest (CUNY) ”A Logue

CAPEレクチャー(Filippo Casati氏)のお知らせ

以下の要領でCAPEレクチャーが開催されます。奮ってご参加ください。

日時:12月14日()18:15-19:45

場所: 京都大学文学部校舎地下大会議室 (No.8 of this map)

スピーカー:Filippo Casati (Visiting Assistant Professor, Lehigh University)

タイトル:Resurrecting the ‘Being and Time Project’

アブストラクト:In his ‘Ontological Pluralism and the Being and Time Project’, Denis McManus has convincingly argued that the philosophical project spelled out in Heidegger’s Being and Time faces an insurmountable difficulty. In my talk, I critically discuss McManus’ ideas. I claim that McManus is fundamentally right, even though his argument could be better off by appealing to some other textual evidences and to the recent debate about infinite regresses. Moreover, I argue that the so-called second Heidegger proposes a dialetheist solution to the problem discussed by McManus.

Kyoto University/UC San Diego Workshop on Selfのお知らせ

12月13日(木)にカリフォルニア大学サンディエゴ校よりJohn Evans氏, Jonathan Cohen氏, Matthew Fulkerson氏、マサチューセッツ・ボストン大学よりYumiko Inukai氏をお招きしてSelfに関するワークショップを開催いたします。事前登録は不要ですので、ぜひお越しください。

Kyoto University/UC San Diego Workshop on Self

Date: December 13, 2018

Time: 12:15-16:00

Venue: 京都大学吉田泉殿 Yoshida-Izumidono, Kyoto University (No.76 of this map)

Program

12:15-12:30   Opening

12:30-13:00   Takuro Onishi (Associate Professor, Kyoto University):

Egocentric Language Revisited

13:00-13:30   Matthew Fulkerson (Associate Professor, UCSD): 

Integrating the Self: Lessons from Peripersonal Space

13:30-14:00   Yumiko Inukai (Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Boston):

A Constructed Self and Pure Experience in James

14:00-14:20   Break

14:20-14:50   Jonathan Cohen (Professor, UCSD):

Many Molyneux Questions

14:50-15:20   Yasuo Deguchi (Professor, Kyoto University):

Self as We: Its Structure & Ontology

15:20-15:50   John Evans (Professor, UCSD):

The Soul and the Self in Contemporary U.S. Society: William James 100 Years Later

15:50-16:00   Closing

CAPEレクチャーとワークショップのお知らせ

12月11日、12日にカリフォルニア大学サンディエゴ校からJohn Evans, Jonathan Cohen, Matthew Fulkersonの3人の先生方をお招きしてCAPEレクチャーを行いますので、どうぞお越しください。また、13日には3人の先生方とともにワークショップを開催しますので、こちらもお越しをお待ちしております。

CAPE Lecture: John Evans (Professor, University of California San Diego)

Date: 11th December, 2018

Time: 16:30-18:00

Venue: 文学部1階会議室 Meeting Room on the 1st floor of Faculty of Letters (No.8 of this map)

Title:

Human Gene Editing: The American Ethical Debate in Social Context

Abstract:

A few weeks ago a Chinese scientist announced that he had facilitated the creation of two genetically modified girls.  If true, this would be the first instance of both germline human gene editing and the first germline genetic enhancement – two ethical lines that had previously been critical in the American ethical debates about gene editing.  While American scientists and bioethicists were critical of this experiment because safety protocols were not followed, they nonetheless endorsed the goals of the research.  In my talk I explain how an ethical consensus in the 1970s to not engage in either germline or enhancement broke down to allow for endorsement of both acts.  Through a sociological examination of the argumentative structure in this public bioethical debate I also provide predictions for the viability of future moral lines that could be drawn in this debate, such as that between “disease” and “enhancement.”

Biography:

John H. Evans is the Tata Chancellor’s Chair of Social Science and the Co-director of the Institute for Practical Ethics at the University of California, San Diego.  His career has focused on the sociological examination of ethical debates surrounding human biology, including his first book on the history of debates about human genetic modification, a second on the public perception of reproductive genetic technologies and a later book on the definitions of the human implied in biological research.  He was a member of the National Academies of Sciences Committee on Human Gene Editing.

CAPE Lecture: Jonathan Cohen (Professor, University of California San Diego)

Date: 12th December, 2018

Time: 15:00-16:30

Venue: 文学部地下小会議室 Meeting Room on the basement floor of Faculty of Letters (No.8 of this map)

Title:

Coherence and conversation

Abstract:

The sentence “The boss fired the employee who is always late” invites the defeasible inference that the speaker is attempting to convey that the lateness caused the firing (cf. “The boss fired the employee who is from Philadelphia”, which does not invite an analogous inference). We argue that, unlike more familiar processes for conveying extrasemantic content, such inferences do not arise in an attempt to rescue utterances from any kind of linguistic or communicative failure, such as from a violation of communicative norms based on principles of rationality/cooperativity, or the need to complete/expand a proposition so as to appropriately fix truth-conditional content. Rather, we argue that they arise from more basic, general cognitive strategies for building mental models of the world. Attention to such cases suggests that the forms of extrasemantic enrichment that have attracted the most theoretical attention to date (e.g., conversational implicature, impliciture) are in fact special cases of a more general, and more varied, phenomenon.

CAPE Lecture: Matthew Fulkerson (Associate Professor, University of California San Diego)

Date: 12th December, 2018

Time: 16:30-18:00

Venue: 文学部地下小会議室 Meeting Room on the basement floor of Faculty of Letters (No.8 of this map)

Title:

Emotional Perception

Abstract:

Some perceptual experiences seem to have an emotional element that makes both an affective and motivational difference in the content and character of the experience. I offer a novel account of these experiences that is inspired by related work on pain that I call the “Affective-Motivational Account.” Like typical sensory pain, perceptual experience should be understood as a complex state generated by both a sensory-discriminative component and a functionally distinct affective-motivational component. It is this latter system that provides such experiences with their emotional character. Such a view is strongly supported by the available empirical evidence and has the potential to address several longstanding philosophical puzzles about the relation between perception and emotion.

UCSD-Kyoto Workshop on Self

Date: 13th December, 2018

Time: 12:30-16:00

Venue: 吉田泉殿 Yoshida-Izumidono, Kyoto University (No.76 of this map)

Speakers: Jonathan Cohen (UCSD), Yasuo Deguchi (Kyoto), John Evans (UCSD), Matthew Fulkerson (UCSD), Yumiko Inukai (U. Massachusetts Boston), Takuro Onishi (Kyoto)

CAPEレクチャー(Prof. Hoffmann)のお知らせ

以下の要領で二件のCAPEレクチャーが開催されます。奮ってご参加ください。

日時:12月10日(月)17:00-18:30
場所: 京都大学文学部校舎1階会議室 (No.8 of this map)
スピーカー: Aviv Hoffmann  (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
タイトル: Facts As Truth-Makers
アブストラクト: I offer a theory according to which facts are mereological fusions of regions of what I call exemplification space, where each point is either a positive or a negative world-specific fact (such as the fact that Sophia is sad at w and the fact that it is not the case that Sophia is sad at w’, respectively). Then, I define propositional facts: facts which correspond to propositions. The definition refers to basic facts, which I define, and requires closure under Boolean operations of negation and conjunction on facts, which I also define. Thus characterized, facts are hyperintensional: necessarily equivalent facts need not be identical. Their hyperintensionality is grounded in a notion of aboutness which I define. Next, I offer a truth-maker theory that adds a new twist to the familiar view that facts make propositions true: I assign world-specific facts as world-specific truth-makers to propositions. This strategy avoids the pitfalls that beset the orthodox definition of truth-makers. Subsequently, I throw away the world-specific ladder: I define truth-makers that are not world-specific by fusing together world-specific truth-makers. My theory of facts is part of a doctrine I call metaphysical pointillism, which also includes a theory propositions. Taken together, the two theories have the consequence that truth-maker maximalism holds: every truth has a truth-maker.
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日時:12月13日(木)16:30-18:00
場所: Yoshida-Izumidono (No.76 of this map)
スピーカー: Aviv Hoffmann  (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
タイトル: Biregional Propositions
アブストラクト: Consider two fundamental questions in the metaphysics of propositions. What in the nature of a proposition enables it to be true (or false)? What in the nature of a proposition enables it to be about a given thing (especially, what enables necessarily equivalent propositions to be about distinct things)? To answer these questions, I offer the biregional theory of propositions. According to this theory, propositions inhabit what I call exemplification space where each point is a world-specific fact. I propose that propositions are (some) ordered pairs of disjoint regions of exemplification space: the first component of a pair corresponds to the truth of the proposition, and the second component of the pair corresponds to the falsity of the proposition. I answer the questions above as follows. A proposition is true (false) at a possible world iff some fact in the truth (falsity) region of the proposition is specific to that world. A proposition is about a thing iff some fact in either the truth or the falsity region of the proposition is about the thing.

CAPEレクチャー(秋吉亮太博士)のお知らせ

以下の要領でCAPEレクチャーが開催されます。奮ってご参加ください。

日時:11月26日(木)18:00-19:30

場所: 京都大学文学部校舎1階会議室( 8番の建物)

スピーカー: 秋吉亮太 博士(早稲田大学 高等研究所)

タイトル: 形式主義の新展開に向けてー竹内外史を手がかりにー

アブストラクト:数学の哲学の文脈における形式主義はヒルベルトによって1920年代に導入され,その目的は有限的な対象に関する有限的な操作のみを許す「有限の立場」において,形式化された数学の無矛盾性を証明することにあった.ゲーデルの不完全性定理(1931年)によってこのプログラムが実行不可能であると受容された後,ゲンツェンが有限の立場を拡張することでペアノ算術の無矛盾性を証明した(1935, 36, 38年)ことはよく知られている.

戦後の混乱期の中で,金沢出身の論理学者である竹内外史(1926-2017)はこのプログラムを高階へと拡張することを構想し,高階論理の式計算体系を定式化してそこでカット消去定理が成り立つことを予想した(GLC予想,1953年).竹内は1950年代にGLC予想の部分解を何度も出版しており,1958年には解析学が展開できる程度の体系の無矛盾性証明を出版している.なお,この時期に竹内は『科学基礎論研究』などに哲学的な論文を発表している.特に,無矛盾性証明に必要な順序数とその身分に関して,竹内は様々な考えを述べている.

1960年代以後,スタンフォードのクライゼルやフェファーマン,ミュンヘンのシュッテをその源流として,竹内の結果をよりわかりやすく証明してさらに拡張しようとする試みが盛んに行われた.(発表者が専門としているブフホルツのΩ規則は,この流れの中で登場した無限個の前提をもつ推論規則である.)この流れにおいては,証明論の目的は「形式体系の無矛盾性を証明するのに必要な最小限の順序数」と専ら数学的に定義されることが多く,現在では「順序数解析」の名前で知られている.

これまで竹内の証明論はその数学的な側面に注目が集まってきたと言ってよいが,上で述べたように(主に日本語で)哲学的著作が残されている.本発表ではこれらの著作を分析し,その背景を探ってみたい.より具体的には,竹内が「有限的」であると主張する順序数の整列性の証明を取り上げる.そして,京都学派の哲学との繋がりを指摘することで,竹内の証明論に対するヴィジョンをスケッチしてみたい.

本研究はパリ第一大学哲学科アラナ氏との共同研究に基づいている

CAPEレクチャー(Prof. Nic Bommarito)のお知らせ

以下の要領でCAPEレクチャーが開催されます。奮ってご参加ください。
Date:28th November, 2018
Time: 16:30-18:00
Venue: Meeting Room on the 1st floor of Faculty of Letters Main Bldg, Kyoto University (Building No.8)
Speaker: Asst. Prof. Nic Bommarito (University at Buffalo)
Title: On Understanding Evil
Abstract: People often find evil incomprehensible. When confronted with radical immorality we often say things like, “I just can’t understand how someone could do that.” I defend an explanation of why this can be morally virtuous. The nature of certain types of explanation make it impossible for those with certain moral commitments. When those moral commitments are good, a lack of understanding can reflect well on one’s moral character. This helps to distinguish this phenomenon from false friends like certain types of moral naivety, close mindedness, sanctimoniousness, and morally irrelevant types of understanding.

「自己」に関する京都ーブリュッセル共同ワークショップのお知らせ

「自己」に関するワークショップが行われますので、学部生・院生問わず奮ってご参加下さい。

Kyoto-Bruxelles Joint Workshop on Self

Date: 22th November, 2018

Time: 13:00-17:00

Venue: Meeting Room on the 1st floor of Faculty of Letters Main Bldg, Kyoto University (No.8 of this map https://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/access/main-campus-map.html)

Program

13:00-13:45   Roman Paşca (Kanda University of International Studies)

13:45-14:30   Takeshi Morisato (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

14:30-15:15   Pierre Bonneels (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

15:15-15:30   Break

15:30-16:15   Sylvie Peperstraete (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

16:15-17:00   Baudouin Decharneux (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

CAPEレクチャー(Prof. Rein Raud)のお知らせ

Rein Raud氏講演会(CAPEレクチャー)のご案内

(京都大学文学研究科・哲学専修/日本哲学史専修共催)

11月29日(木)にエストニア・タリン大学教授、日本文学研究家、作家でもありますRein Raud氏をお招きして、以下の要領で京都大学文学研究科におきまして講演会を開催いたします。

みなさまのご参加を心よりお待ち申し上げております。

Rein Raud氏講演会(CAPEレクチャー)

日時:2018年11月29日(木)午後4時30分

場所:京都大学 京都大学文学部校舎・1階会議室 (地図8番の建物 https://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/access/main-campus-map.html)

講演者:Rein Raud氏 エストニア・タリン大学教授、日本文学研究家、作家

題目:The Genesis of the Dynamic Particular: Dogen and Nishida on Selfhood and Reality

アブストラクト:One of the central problems in Dōgen’s as well as Nishida’s thought is how an individual relates to the totality of the surrounding reality, and both of them refuse to reduce such an individual to a static, continuous and essentialistically describable entity. The similarities do not end there. The lecture analyzes concrete examples taken from the work of both thinkers to show how they share crucial insights, while differing in the interpretation they give to these.

プロフィール:1961年、エストニア・タリン生まれ。サンクトペテルブルク(レニングラード)大学卒業後、1994年ヘルシンキ大学で博士号取得。1995年から2016年まで、ヘルシンキ大学で日本学の教授、2006年から2011年までタリン大学の学長(Rector)を務める。現職は、タリン大学アジア文化学部(Asian and Cultural Studies)教授。専門は文化論、比較哲学(とりわけ道元)、東アジア文学。著作は“Meaning in Action: Outline of an Integral Theory of Culture” (Polity 2016) 、“Practices of Selfhood” (with Zygmunt Bauman, Polity 2015)など多数。また、優れた翻訳家、作家、詩人としても知られ、18冊の小説と詩集の著者でもある。

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Date: November 29th, 2018

Time: 16:30-18:00

Venue: Meeting Room on the 1st floor of Faculty of Letters Main Bldg, Kyoto University (No.8 of this map https://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/access/main-campus-map.html)

Speaker: Prof. Rein Raud (Tallinn University)

Title: The Genesis of the Dynamic Particular: Dogen and Nishida on Selfhood and Reality

Abstract: One of the central problems in Dōgen’s as well as Nishida’s thought is how an individual relates to the totality of the surrounding reality, and both of them refuse to reduce such an individual to a static, continuous and essentialistically describable entity. The similarities do not end there. The lecture analyzes concrete examples taken from the work of both thinkers to show how they share crucial insights, while differing in the interpretation they give to these.

Biography: Rein Raud was born in Tallinn, Estonia in 1961. He graduated from the Oriental Faculty of the St.Petersburg (then Leningrad) University in 1985, earned a PhD from the University of Helsinki in 1994 and has been working in various academic capacities from that time. He was the professor of Japanese Studies at the University of Helsinki from 1995 till 2016, and served in the meantime as the rector of Tallinn University from 2006 till 2011. Currently he is the professor of Asian and Cultural Studies in Tallinn University. His research is dedicated mainly to cultural theory, comparative philosophy (with a particular interest in the thought of Dōgen) and East Asian literatures, his recent books include “Meaning in Action: Outline of an Integral Theory of Culture” (Polity 2016) and “Practices of Selfhood” (with Zygmunt Bauman, Polity 2015). He is also a well-known writer, the author of 18 books of fiction and poetry as well as many translations from various languages.