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VideoIEA Talk with Alison Wylie
por Richard Meckien publicado 16/10/2013 última modificação 19/09/2019 09:57 — registrado em: , ,
An informative talk with Alison Wylie essentially tried to discuss her work and philosophical ideas. Wylie focuses her research on philosophy of social and historical sciences, and on archaeology.
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VideoIEA Feminist Research from the Standpoint Theory Perspective
por Richard Meckien publicado 15/10/2013 última modificação 19/09/2019 09:29 — registrado em: , ,
Philosopher Alison Wylie gave the conference 'Feminist Research from the Standpoint Theory Perspective', in which she has analyzed gender research in archaeology. The event took place on October 14 and was attended by Hugh Lacey, professor emeritus from Swarthmore College and visiting professor at the IEA.
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Feminist philosophy of science according to Alison Wylie
por Richard Meckien publicado 14/10/2013 última modificação 17/10/2013 12:51 — registrado em: , ,
The philosopher will address the issue in two meetings on October 14 and 15, both at 9.30am, in Auditorium 2 of USP's Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics and Atmospheric Sciences (IAG).
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Otávio Bueno contrasts the concept of style in art and science
por Richard Meckien publicado 14/10/2013 última modificação 23/05/2014 18:00 — registrado em: , , ,
Professor of philosophy at the University of Miami, he will give a conference on October 17, at 14 am, in the Auditorium of USP’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC).
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Theoretical frameworks of differentiation between humans and animals
por Richard Meckien publicado 03/06/2013 última modificação 05/06/2013 15:52 — registrado em: , , , ,
The fourth meeting of the 'Conference Cycle on Humans and Animals: The Limits of Mankind' will bring together three researchers to discuss comparisons between humans and animals from different points of view. The roundtable will take place on June 6 at 9.30 am in IEA’a Event Room.
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