SRSSP 2016 – “Emotions, Normativity, and Social Life” – Videos on YouTube!

lunedì, ottobre 31, 2016
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We are proud to announce that all videos of San Raffaele Spring School of Philosophy 2016 “Emotions, Normativity, and Social Life” are now on-line on Youtube!

Below the available links.

Greetings by Prof. Roberto Mordacci

Federico Cella, Slurs: Semantic Content, Expressive Content and Social Generics

Mihaela Popa-Wyatt, Slurs: roles and Power

Bianca Cepollaro, Building evaluations into language

Francesca Panzeri and Simone Carrus, Slurs and Negation

Laura Caponetto, Silencing Speech with Pornography

Thomas Fuchs, Intercorporeality and Interaffectivity

Laura Candiotto, The extended affectivity as the cognition of the primary intersubjectivity

Flavia Felletti, What Autism can tell us about the link between empathy and moral reasoning?

Constantin Mehmel, Towards a Phenomenology of Impaired Intersubjectivity in Depression. A Gadamerian Approach

Anna Elisabetta Galeotti, Swann and Othello. Emotions and Desires in the Production of Straight and Twisted Self-Deception

Maria Giovanna Bevilacqua, Caring about an ethic of care: a new dimension

Gian Paolo Terravecchia, Social Stances, Emotions and the Importance of Fear

Roberta De Monticelli, Emotions and Values: is the Direct Access Theory still a Good Competitor?

Edward Harcourt, Moral Emotions, Autonomy, and the ‘Extended Mind’

Dieter Lohmar, On emotions in non-linguistic thinking

Cecilea Mun, The Rationalities of Emotions

Sandy Berkovski, A naturalist view of humiliation

Cesare Maffei and Viola Fusi, Emotional regulation and dysregulation in psychopathology: are concepts useful to research?

Ending remarks by Prof. Roberta De Monticelli

 

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