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29 APRIL 2022

K&C Webinars 2022

“The sentient machine as a moral patient” - Marco Inguscio (Iulm, University of Milan)

Online event

Second interdisciplinary webinar of the "K&C webinars 2022" - Theme 2 "Artificial Intelligence

01 APRIL 2022

K&C Webinars 2022

"Time perception in human and machine" - Eleonora Ceccaldi (DIBRIS, Genova University)

Online event

First interdisciplinary webinar of the "K&C webinars 2022" - Theme 1 "False, True, and models of Knowledge"

02 DECEMBER 2021

Among disciplines. Three seminars on interdisciplnarity

"Third seminar - From a thecnical and administrative point of view"

Online event

Third seminar, from a thecnical and administrative point of view, of three seminars on interdisciplinarity. Speakers: Alessia Franchini (Aric), Sara Colombo (Research manager, Filcom), Natalia Rossi (Research manager, Din) e Maria Cecilia Flores (Artec).

18 NOVEMBER 2021

Among disciplines. Three seminars on interdisciplnarity

"Second seminar - From a practical point of view"

Online event

Second seminar, from a practical point of view, of three seminars on interdisciplinarity. Speakers: PIs of 3 interdisciplinary projects and a speaker with an interdisciplinary profile. Furthermore, at the beginning a workshop from the SHAPE-ID project will be illustrated.

28 OCTOBER 2021

Among disciplines. Three seminars on interdisciplnarity

"First seminar - From a theoretical point of view"

Sala Rossa, via Azzo Gardino 23 (reservation is needed by writing an email to sara.colombo7@unibo.it) - In presence and online event

First seminar, from a theoretical point of view, of three seminars on interdisciplinarity. Speakers: Edouard Machery "Interdisciplinarity and Scientific Concepts" and Bianca Vienni Baptista "Shaping interdisciplinary practices in Europe: insights from theSHAPE-ID project"

06 JULY 2021

Fiction and Lies

Room VI, ground floor, via Zamboni 38 (attendance is free but registration is required: see the workshop website)

An international workshop organised by the Cogito-Unibo and Knowledge & Cognition research centres.

28 JUNE
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30 JUNE 2021

Online Disinformation Workshop

Online

The Online Disinformation workshop is a three days event (28-30 June) organised by the Knowledge and Cognition and Cogito research groups at the University of Bologna. ​It will cover a broad range of issues relating to online disinformation, in an interdisciplinary framework.

17 JUNE 2021

Chats on Philosophy and the Life Sciences

C. Kenneth Waters, “The scientific metaphysics of biological hierarchy”

Online

Ninth workshop of the series "Chats on Philosophy and the Life Sciences", organized by Antonella Tramacere (University of Bologna) and John Bickle (Mississipi State University).

07 JUNE 2021

International Centre for Enactivism and Cognitive Semiotics

Fausto Caruana, “Emotional Mirroring Promotes Social Bonding and Social Habits: An Insight from Laughter”

Seventh workshop in the series organised by the International centre for enactivism and cognitive semiotics in collaboration with the Knowledge and Cognition research centre.

03 JUNE 2021

Chats on Philosophy and the Life Sciences

Marco Viola, “Ma(s)king Faces. The exaptation of social functions in biology and material culture”

Online

Eighth workshop of the series "Chats on Philosophy and the Life Sciences", organized by Antonella Tramacere (University of Bologna) and John Bickle (Mississipi State University).

24 MAY 2021

International Centre for Enactivism and Cognitive Semiotics

Vittorio Gallese, “Habits, Social Practices and Symbol-Making. A Just-so Story”

Sixth workshop in the series organised by the International centre for enactivism and cognitive semiotics in collaboration with the Knowledge and Cognition research centre.

20 MAY 2021

Chats on Philosophy and the Life Sciences

John Symons, “Democracy and Scientific Expertise in Epidemiology”

Online

Seventh workshop of the series "Chats on Philosophy and the Life Sciences", organized by Antonella Tramacere (University of Bologna) and John Bickle (Mississipi State University).