The Spring School 2014 is successfully over. Let’s keep in touch!

sabato, giugno 7, 2014
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Our Spring School “Naturalism, the First-Person Perspective and the Embodied Mind” has successfully come to an end after three very intense days of main lectures, presentations and discussions. I wish to thank everyone for contributing to this success: all participants first, all speakers, and of course our Keynote Speaker, Lynne Baker, quite particularly: not only for her lecture, but for responding to such a mass of remarks, questions, criticisms and scotistic subtleties. Thanks to Francesca De Vecchi, Elisabetta Sacchi, Roberta Sala for contributing to the conceptual project of this School, and directing the discussions. Thanks to Sarah Songhorian, Francesca Forlè for their hard work in organizing the conference and supporting all participants with their advice and patience. Thanks to Emanuele Bottazzi for conceptual and technical help on informatics and other mysteries. Thanks to the colleagues of the Doctoral School, Francesca Boccuni and Andrea Sereni, for their presence and advice. Thanks to the Directors of our Faculty’s Research Centres, for the School belongs to them all. Thanks to our Dean, Roberto Mordacci, for all he has done to make this School and the related advanced course by Professor Baker possible. Thanks to Chiara Vazzoler for the shootings of all the presentations. By the way, while waiting that a selection of them be ready for the San Raffaele University website, here are some images of happy moments of relax, during and after the School.

Thanks to everybody and let’s keep in touch!

Lynne and Kate                      4 PhilosophersLynne Michael and RobertaMichael and KateIMG_0864

 

Elisabetta                                      Some angels helping themselvesIMG_4553 IMG_4556 IMG_4559 IMG_4563

 

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