Programme 23th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF PHILOSOPHY

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Programme
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Programme Abbreviations
PL Plenary Session, Plénèrie, Plenarsitzzung, Пленарно, Plenario, Ολομζλεια
ENL Endowed Lecture, Conférence Parrainée, Επιχορθγοφμενθ Διάλεξθ
SYMP Symposium, Colloque, Symposium, Симпозиум, Simposio, Συμπόςιο
IS Invited Session, Session Invitée, Eingeladener Lernabschnitt, Приглашенная Встреча, Sesión
Invitada, Συνεδρία με Ειδικι Θεματικι
RT Round Table, Table Ronde, Rundtisch, Круглый Стол, Mesa Redonda, Στρογγυλι Τράπεηα
SM Societies, Sociétés, Gesellschaften, Общества, Sociedades, Εταιρείεσ
CP Contributed Papers, Papiers Contribués, Beigetragene Papiere, Научные Статьи, Ponencias
Contribuidas, Επιςτθμονικζσ Ανακοινώςεισ
SS Student Session, Session D’ étudiant, Kursteilnehmer-Lernabschnitt, Sesión des estudiantes,
Φοιτθτικι Συνεδρία
PS Poster Session, Αναρτθμζνθ Ανακοίνωςθ
Venue Information
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Philosophy
University Campus, Zografos, Athens 15703, Greece
Floor Room
Ground Floor (from the main east entrance) AULA (main hall of the School of Philosophy)
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nd Floor 204, 209
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rd Floor 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 316
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th Floor 421, 425, 426, 427, 428, 430, 432, 433, 434, 436, 437, 438, 445
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th Floor 524, 525, 535, 536, 538, 544, 547
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th Floor 618, 619, 628, 633, 634, 635, 636, 637, 638, 639, 640, 641, 642
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th Floor 734, 739, 740, 741, 742, 745
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th Floor 812, 820, 821, 822, 823, 824, 825, 826, 827, 829, 830
Note:
Individuals with special needs are advised to enter the School of Philosophy building from the side
east entrance located on the 5th floor facing Mount Hymettus.Sunday, August 4
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Sunday, August 4
09:00-10:50
Welcome Address by the Rector of the University of Athens Professor Theodosius Pelegrinis and/or
by the Dean of the School of Philosophy Professor Amalia Mozer
PL1 Philosophical method AULA
Chair Evandro Agazzi (Italy/Mexico)
Speakers Evandro Agazzi (Italy/Mexico)
The methodological turn in philosophy
Souleymane Bachir Diagne (Senegal/USA)
Translation as method
Dagfinn Føllesdall (Norway/USA)
The role of arguments in philosophy
John McDowell (South Africa/USA)
Philosophical method
10:30-15:00
SM09 Institut International de Philosophie 641
Vivre en philosophe
Organizers Enrico Berti
Bernard Bourgeois
Athanasia Glycofrydi-Leontsini
Evanghelos Moutsopoulos
10:30-11:00 Commission des Chroniques de philosophie et projets apparentés
Président : Guttorm Fløistad (Norvѐge)
11:15-11:45 Commission des Textes « Philosophie et communauté mondiale »
Président : Simo Knuuttila (Finlande)
12:00-12:30 Commission des Travaux bibliographiques
Président : Tomás Calvo (Espagne)
14:00-15:00 Comité de cooptation
Président : Günter Abel (Allemagne)
11:00-12:50
ENL1 Ibn Rushd Lecture AULA
Chair Ioanna Kuçuradi (Turkey)
Speaker Anat Biletzki (Israel/USA)
13:00-13:45
Global Dialogue Prize 2013 Awarding Ceremony AULA
Awarding Ceremony of the Global Dialogue Prize 2013 to the Council for Research in Values and
Philosophy (RVP) and to its President, Professor George F. McLean
14:00-15:50
RT62 Philosophizing the inquiry in life – Asian experience on the philosophical inquiry as new
way of life 830
Organizer Huang Cristal (Taiwan)
Speakers Life reconstruction in the action of narrating in time – Paul Ricoeur’s hermeneutic
method as philosophical practical way
Huang Cristal (Taiwan)
The importance of “spiritual moving” in philosophical counseling
Bernard Li (Taiwan)
Life-span development of person in context as language understanding process
Jing-Jong Luh (Taiwan)
A teleological model of philosophical practice
Young Rhee (Korea)
Analyzing ‘polylog’ as method for philosophical counselingSunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
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Hsueh-i Chen (Austria)
Humanity starts from the family: A study on the concept of filial piety in the family
precepts of Yan Zhi Tui
Ying-Fen Su (Taiwan)
14:00-15:50
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 311
Vassilis Karasmanis (Greece)
Reflection and the Aristotelian theory of vision
Christiana Andreou & Athanassios Raftopoulos (Cyprus)
Adeimantus’ challenge
Carolina Araujo (Brazil)
La influencia del orfismo en epigramas funerarios griegos clásicos
Evelia Arteaga Conde (Mexico)
The experiential knowledge of animals: A critique of Richard Sorabji’s interpretation of
Aristotle
Marie George (USA)
Plato’s idea tou agathou: An object of ethics or epistemology?
Lale Levin Basut (Turkey)
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 312
Tomás Calvo (Spain)
Does Xenophon’s Theodote dialogue make Socrates out to be a feminist?
Richard Berg (Canada)
Organon and its meaning
Hugo Bezerra Tiburtino (Brazil)
A comparison between book Epsilon and book Kappa of Aristotle’s Metaphysics: The being
outside and separate
Lisa Bressan (Italy)
The metaphor of hunting and the method of division in the Sophist
George Bruseker (Netherlands/Canada)
Plato and Aristotle on the psychological impact of drama
Despoina Moraitou (Greece)
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 315
Theodore Scaltsas (UK)
Philosophia as energeia in Aristotle
Aylin Cankaya (Turkey)
On the unity of Aristotelian composite substance
Qingyun Cao (China)
Υφοσ και φιλοςοφία ςτθν αρχαία Ελλάδα, μια ςφγχρονθ προςζγγιςθ
Ioannis Christodoulou (Cyprus)
Χρόνοσ in the biological works of Aristotle
Mieke de Moor (France)
La discusión en torno a la existencia de la “agrapha dogmata” de Platón, y los posibles
testimonios en los diálogos de la relación Péras-Apeiron
Daniel Gonzalo Pascal Santibáqez Guerrero (Chile)
CP69 Political philosophy 316
Thalía Fung (Cuba)
Karl Popper’s critique of utopia: The hope of a liberal reform implementing freedom
Oseni Afisi (New Zealand)
Citizenship.com 2.0: A link to participative democracy [The evolution of citizenship in a
project instrumentalized by new media]
Jorge Francisco Aguirre Sala (Spain/Mexico)
The first realist in western political thought: St. Augustine against the SocraticsSunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
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Andreas Aktoudianakis (Greece)
Lockean toleration: An interweaving strategy of argumentation
Yekutiel Shoham (Israel)
Η ζννοια τθσ υπόςχεςθσ και τθσ ςυγχϊρεςθσ ςτθν πολιτικι φιλοςοφία
Panagiotis Pappas (Greece)
CP69 Political philosophy 434
Evangelia Sembou (Greece)
On biopolitics and human rights: An analysis concerning humanitarian help
Daniel Arruda Nascimento (Brazil)
A philosophical inquiry on Mexican Independence – An analysis on Clavijero’s Disertations
Virginia Aspe Armella (Mexico)
The mirror effects of political symbols: Utility and illusiveness
Andrei Babaitsev (Russia)
Democracy as a way of life – Philosophical credo of John Dewey
Pavo Barisic (Croatia)
Between liberal and radical: An Arendtian cosmopolitanism?
Ünsal Doğan Başkir (Turkey)
CP69 Political philosophy 436
Samuel Lee (Korea)
The Christianity of deconstruction – Jean-Luc Nancy on secularization, globalization, and
“worlding”
Arthur Boelderl (Austria)
A contemporary law of peoples
Héctor Antonio Bonilla Estévez (Colombia)
On the nexus between Protestantism and capitalism in the work of Max Weber
Cecilia María Coronado Angulo (Mexico)
Место политической философии в современном политическом процессе/The place of
political philosophy in modern political process
Irina Matvienko (Russia)
Un analisis filosofico politico en torno a los conceptos foucaulteanos de “poblacion” y
“publico”
Beatriz Podestá (Argentina)
CP69 Political philosophy 437
Gabriel Vargas Lozano (Mexico)
For a feasible justice: The comparative approach of Amartya Sen
Fabio Creder (Brazil)
Metaphysical Exodus and the migrant worker in Latin American populism
Emilce Cuda (Argentina)
Survival individualism as perverse effect of communist totalitarianism
Dan Ioan Dascalu (Romania)
Kant and political philosophy
Nico De Federicis (Italy)
CP69 Political philosophy 445
Yiota Sehidou (Greece)
A volatile couple: Justice and human dignity
Gerardo De la Fuente (Mexico)
The distinction between piety and zealotry: Reflections on the limits of the acceptability of
religiosity within democratic political spheres
Mehmet Demiray (Turkey)
Justice and identity
Elisabetta Di Castro (Mexico)
Feminism: Frames of political and non-politicalSunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
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Oksana Dubrova (Russia)
Can perspective relativism be defended in the face of the evident evil that terrorists bring
about?
Vicente Medina (USA)
CP14 History of philosophy 314
Hyung-chul Kim (Korea)
Reading Kant: From Rousseau to Religion within the boundaries of mere reason
Jeremiah Alberg (Japan)
Философско-антропологическая концепция К.Д. Ушинского
Vitali Belskiy (Russia)
On the interpretation of Geist in Hegel
Marina Bykova (USA)
Songe et vision philosophique/Philosophical dream and vision
Gheorghe Constandache (Romania)
Platonic idea and transcendental idea as investigation and opening to life
Rodica Croitoru (Romania)
CP48 Philosophy of development 425
Petros Gemtos (Greece)
Africa, political unrest, and underdevelopment: A neocolonialist appraisal
Kenneth Agede (USA)
The nature of Tiv metaphysics in the light of the challenges of development
Terfa Kahaga Anjov (Nigeria)
Social responsibility and justice in the emergent world-order: Efficacious oath-practice as
the grund-norm
Anthony Asekhauno (Nigeria)
Towards an Afro-Constructivist theory of development
Jeremiah Chukwuokolo (Nigeria)
Revisiting philosophy of development today
Olanipekun Famakinwa (Nigeria)
CP12 Ethics 426
Stelios Virvidakis (Greece)
Towards a core understanding of morality
Ruben Apressyan (Russia)
Natural law and universal ethics
Jorge Manuel Ayala (Spain)
What morality is about
Olga Artemyeva (Russia)
Goodness: The ultimate integration of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism in China
Lixin Hao (China)
On the ‘Le’ thought of Wang Yangming
Wenhong Huang & Yuan Yu (China)
CP12 Ethics 427
Theodosis Pelegrinis (Greece)
Panagiotis Pantazakos (Greece)
The concept of individual-community values: The idea of universal ethics
Katarzyna Polus-Rogalska (Poland)
On tolerating the intolerant
Herzl Baruch (Israel)
On Hursthouse’s argument for the objectivity of virtues
Hua Chu Liu (China)
The need of moral training today…
Asha Chaudhary (India)Sunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
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Η καντιανι κεμελίωςθ τθσ τελολογικισ θκικισ/The Kantian foundation of teleological
ethics
Konstantinos Androulidakis (Greece)
CP12 Ethics 428
Konstantinos Androulidakis (Greece)
Ethical perspectives of ‘e-learning’
Shubhashri Bose (India)
Conditional and unconditional morality
Tadeusz Buksioski (Poland)
Human rights ethics: A contemporary normative ethical theory
Clark Butler (USA)
Ethics and deconstruction: A Sbaltern perspective
Perilamkulath Kunhammadhajee Pokker (India)
The Normativity Problem for Rational Reductions of Morality
Malcolm Murray (Canada)
CP12 Ethics 430
Harun Tepe (Turkey)
Paul Ricoeur’s critical reconstruction of Aristotle’s Ethics
Patrice Canivez (France)
Toward an ethics of life in the “ontopoietic” vision
Carmen Cozma (Romania)
The individual between reason and inclination: Marcuse’s critique of Freud and Kant
Royit Dahan (Israel)
Reasons, motives and desires
Robert Myers (Canada)
The type of interconnection and the trust mode
Xia Ni (China)
CP50 Philosophy of education 432
Jørgen Huggler (Denmark)
Creative thinking as the basis of modern education
Ainur Abdina (Kazakhstan)
Self-development of man and socium as the creative education mission
Valentin Ageyev (Kazakhstan)
Teaching: A dialogical relation for continual learning and growth
Jove Jim S. Aguas (Philippines)
Towards new paradigm of education
Evgeny Avtandilyan (Russia)
New technological wave and appropriate educational model
Nadezda Bagdasaryan (Russia)
CP50 Philosophy of education 433
Dimosthenis Georgovassilis (Greece)
Philosophy of education about national upbringing
Anatoly Belov (Russia)
The role of education in the contemporary society: An evaluation
Sushmita Bhowmik (India)
Education and philosophy
Serge Bytchkov (Russia)
For an aesthetics of existence: Socratic-Platonic epimeleia heautou
Marina Leticia Camejo Manrique (Uruguay)
Philosophy of education: From professional competences towards identity
Antonina Nesterova (Russia)Sunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
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CP50 Philosophy of education 209
Betül Çotuksöken (Turkey)
Can neuroscience and education bridge the is-ought gap?
John Clark (New Zealand)
Professors who study and work: Challenges to an emancipatory consideration
Magda Maria Colao & Janes Teresinha Siqueira (Brazil)
Culture and technologized education
Leonardo Díaz (Dominican Republic)
Por qué filosofía de la educación y desde qué perspectiva
Andrea Díaz Genis (Uruguay)
Needs and abilities in a modern system of education (a problem statement)
Nina Dmitrenko (Russia)
CP50 Philosophy of education 421
Grigoris Karafyllis (Greece)
Model of transformation of rationality in education
Olga Dolskaya (Russia)
The emergence of life story in adolescence
Nicholas Eaves (Australia)
Anamnesis – Dialogical recollection work as an empirical research method
Olav Eikeland (Norway)
Интеграция российской высшей школы в евроазиатское образовательное
пространство/The integration of the Russian higher education into the Euro-Asian
educational space
Natalia Emikh (Russia)
Giambattista Vico on education
Tony Fahey (Ireland)
CP14 History of philosophy 547
Vana Grigoropoulou (Greece)
A neglected episode in the history of nineteenth-century ideas: Marx and Engels facing
phrenology
Marco Duichin (Italy)
Warfare and ethics: Towards the idea of war’s influence on philosophy
Richard Anthony Feist (Canada)
Where does the significance of Hegel’s phenomenology lie?
Evangelia Sembou (Greece)
Dialectics as a method of philosophical investigation of the world and human being in the
history of philosophy
Valentin Pukhlikov & Adel Ivanova (Russia)
Hegel et Aristote sur les rapports de la philosophie et de la poésie
Gilbert Zuè-Nguéma (Gabon)
CP01 Aesthetics and philosophies of art 628
Giouli Rapti (Greece)
Philosophic allegories in Renaissance art
Tina Adamou-Fika (Greece)
An ontology for the works of art
Tiziana Andina (Italy)
Wutâdi: The Viteix’s grammar of “rock painting”
Patricio Batsikama (Angola)
Σο ςϊμα και θ οντολογία του κακοφ ςτθ κεματικι των Κωνςταντίνου Καβάφθ, David
Hockney και Francis Bacon/The body and the ontology of evil in the thematic of
Constantine Cavafy, David Hockney and Francis Bacon
Manos Stefanidis (Greece)Sunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
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CP51 Philosophy of globalization 739
Peter Kemp (Denmark)
The essence of national identification processes in the conditions of globalization
Ilmjon Abdumalikov (Uzbekistan)
Empire et déterritorialisation: Analyse philosophique des enjeux de la mondialisation à la
lecture des pensées de Gilles Deleuze et d’Antonio Negri
Serge Bernard Emmanuel Aliana (Cameroon)
Глобализация и международный терроризм
Muhu Aliev (Russia)
D. Miller on our responsibility to the global poor
Kozi Asano (Japan)
Social role of religions and global justice political philosophy and the discourse about
post-secular societies
Michael Reder (USA)
CP51 Philosophy of globalization 741
Valentina Fedotova (Russia)
The veneer of barbarism: Ignoring the insights of ancient wisdom in the era of globalization
Martha Beck (USA)
Cyborgs vs Zombies: A Spinozist ethology of empire
German Bula (Colombia)
The common topological grounds of modernity (15th
-18th centuries) and globalization
Rene Cecena (Mexico)
Humaniser la mondialisation?
Bensalem Himmich (Morocco)
Глобальные факторы национально-государственного развития/Global factors of
national-state development
Khalil Barlybaev (Russia)
CP51 Philosophy of globalization 812
Deen Chatterjee (USA)
China model in globalization process
Long Cheng (China)
Will the transnational capitalist classes be in the form of a transnational state or in the
form of a transnational system?
Xiaoping Wei (China)
Technocratic globalization of society and biosphere
Elena Dergacheva (Russia)
A cosmopolitan ethos
Chris Durante (Canada)
National identity crisis in the globalized world
Elena Erokhina (Russia)
CP54 Philosophy of law 820
Michael Paroussis (Greece)
The core of legal rights as a logical necessity: From Wittgenstein’s logic of language to
Phenomenology and Aristotle’s induction
Anna Baka (Greece)
How to enhance responsibility? What about the effects of cognitive enhancement on moral
and legal responsibility?
Dawid Bunikowski (Poland/Finland)
Philosophical – anthropological foundations of risk in space law and order
Vladimir Burlakov (Russia)
Law and Moral in legal theory and contemporary constitutionalism
Yezid Carrillo De La Rosa (Colombia)Sunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
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CP54 Philosophy of law 821
Andreas Føllesdall (Norway)
Η πολυςιμαντθ και πολυλειτουργικι ζννοια τθσ δικαιοςφνθσ και θ ςθμερινι τθσ
αμθχανία
Charilaos Charakas (Greece)
Réflexions philosophico-juridiques sur les alternatives de l’appropriation africaine du droit
Jacques Chatué (Cameroon)
Ernst Bloch on natural law and human nature
Serkan Golbasi (Turkey)
Ronald Dworkin’s ethical individualism: Metaphysical and metaethical commitments
Iraklis Pantelidakis (Greece)
CP26 Ontology 822
Alexandros Theodoridis (Greece)
Theses about being and cognition
Alexander Belostotsky (Russia)
Онтологические аспекты творческого диалога
B.M. Darmogray (Russia)
Ontology of becoming: Ontokinethics
Jaime del Val (Spain)
Σο εςωτερικό γεγονόσ και οι βακμοί τθσ βοφλθςθσ
Panagiotis Doikos (Greece)
Affective reactions to one’s whole life: Preliminary development and validation of the
ontological well-being scale
Ercan Kocayörük (Turkey)
CP26 Ontology 823
Georgios Arabatzis (Greece)
The laws of philosophy: A contemporary viewpoint
Vladimir Dubrovskiy (Russia)
Formation mechanism of moral subject – On ontology of moral subject based on Pre-Qin
ethics
Xiping Feng (China)
Artefact kinds as structural-cum-historical kinds
Maarten Franssen (Netherlands)
Virtual and real relativity
Serghey Gherdjikov (Bulgaria)
Soziologisch-ontologische Wende aus Luhmannscher Perspektive
Hsiao-Mei Juan (Taiwan)
CP26 Ontology 824
Vasiliki Karavakou (Greece)
Contemporary ontology of chaos
Marina Maximova (Russia)
Modal ontology of the Buddhism and the Advaita-Vedanta: The concept “all in everything”
Anastasija Medova (Russia)
The predictable nature of thing properties In the light of the ontology and epistemology
demarcation/Прогнозообразующая природа свойств вещей в свете демаркации
онтологии и эпистемологии
Gennady Mezentsev (Russia)
Situationality of being: Basic principles
Nathan Solodukho (Russia)
CP03 Bioethics 825
Myrto Dragona-Monachou (Greece)
Conceptions of personal responsibility in present and future bioethicsSunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
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Johanna Ahola-Launonen (Finland)
On democratic deliberation in bioethics
Aikaterini Aspradaki (Greece)
Intersubjectivity and complexity in human enhancement problem
Vadim Chekletsov (Russia)
Human dignity and assisted human reproduction technologies: Bioethical challenges within
the Nigerian context
Michael Etim (Nigeria)
In search of a minimal consensus on euthanasia
Myrto Dragona-Monachou (Greece)
CP03 Bioethics 826
Boris Yudin (Russia)
Between the secular and the religious: Japanese Buddhism in the public discourse on the
issues of organ transplant
Shin Fujieda (Japan)
The importance of patient’s autonomy: The advance directives
Ana Ylenia Guerra Vaquero (Spain)
Is “dignity” a useless concept in bioethics?
Yuehong Han & Yunbao Yang (China)
Justice between age groups
Nancy Jecker (USA)
“Ethical responsibility” of the physician with reference to the works of art
Berfin Kart (Turkey)
CP52 Philosophy of history 827
Vasso Kindi (Greece)
Социум как объект постигающего сознания: От классики к современности/Society as
the object of comprehending consciousness: From classic to present
Tadeouch Adoulo (Belarus)
The theory of historical process in adaptive interpretation of historical materialism. An
attempt at theoretical analysis
Krzysztof Brzechczyn (Poland)
Meaning in history
Noa Gedi & Yigal Elam (Israel)
De-secularization as a model for resolving the civilizational crisis of the Russian civilization
Olga Shimanskaya (Russia)
CP75 Theories of knowledge and epistemology 637
Stavroula Tsinorema (Greece)
Le statut épistémologique de la métaphysique dans l’ «arbre de la connaissance»:
Descartes et Popper
Marcel Nguimbi (Congo)
How to derive the normative from non-normative premises
Manuel Liz (Spain)
Virtuously avoiding the truth goal
Michael Lockhart (Canada)
The traditional theory of perception comes back to life
Donald Lorne Maclachlan (Canada)
Diálogo de tres damas, sobre el origen alternativo del conocimiento/Dialogue of three
ladies on the alternative source of knowledge
Jose Adolfo Wilhelm Martinez Lucero (Guatemala)
CP24 Modern and contemporary Greek philosophy 638
Athanasia Glycofrydi-Leontsini (Greece)
Kostas Petsios (Greece)Sunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
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E. Μουτςοποφλου, Φιλοςοφία τησ καιρικότητοσ – Μία πρόταςθ περί του τρόπου και τθσ
μορφισ τθσ ςφγχρονθσ ηωισ
Efstratia Ampatzi (Greece)
Ο δθμιουργικόσ εκλεκτικιςμόσ του Π. Βράιλα Αρμζνθ/The creative eclecticisme of Petros
Brailas Armenis
Aikaterini Dodou (Greece)
Η ανκρϊπινθ φπαρξθ ςτα φιλοςοφικά δοκίμια του Χριςτου Μαλεβίτςθ
Despina Papangeli Vouliouri (Greece)
Η παρουςία του Spinoza ςτο ζργο του Ψαλίδα Ἀληθήσ Εὐδαιμονία
Giorgio Polydoro Stamboulis (Italy)
CP01 Aesthetics and philosophies of art 639
Eleni Tatla (Greece)
Manifestation of realized and unrealized essence: Beauty and ugliness
Adil Asadov (Azerbaijan)
Guernica o del dolor y la guerra/Guernica or on pain and war
Manuel Oswaldo Avila Vasquez (Colombia)
Graffiti: An art of identity and its critical discourse (1980-1985)
Konstantinos Avramidis & Konstantina Drakopoulou (Greece)
Kantian schematism and the ethics of the image (Remarks on J.L.Nancy)
Edijs Sauers (Latvia)
CP48 Philosophy of development 640
Alexander Chumakov (Russia)
The interpretation sociocultural process of globalization in the focus of the innovations
Ariz Gozalov (Russia) & Alihasan Hamzayev (Azerbaijan)
The debate over Asian century
Si Quy Ho (Vietnam)
Education – Essential attribute for the development of society/Образование –
необходимый атрибут развития общества
Ludmila Khalaeva (Russia)
Philosophy of development as a starting point for development governance
Danila Kiselev (Russia)
What hinders the development of modern man
Andrey Korolev (Russia)
CP49 Philosophy of economics 642
Christoph Lütge (Germany)
Философские принципы новой экономики/Philosophical principles of new economy
Lioudmila Firsova (Ukraine)
The philosophical analysis of culture of business
Bahodirjon Ganiev (Uzbekistan)
Sketching the dialectics in economics: Social totality and inadequacy of static equilibrium
Aleksandr Gevorkyan (USA)
The problem of the division of labor in the context of the philosophy of activity
Peter Shchedrovitsky (Russia)
Productive and unproductive labor VS useful and useless labor/Παραγωγικι και μθ
παραγωγικι εργαςία VS χριςιμθ και άχρθςτθ εργαςία
Nikolaos Progoulis (Greece)
CP05 Business ethics 734
Ioanna Patsioti (Greece)
Moral luck and business ethics
Peter Boltuc (Poland)
The need for committees of ethics in the ethical evaluation of social services
Ana Caras & Antonio Sandu (Romania)Sunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
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Ηγεςία και θκικι ςτο ζργο του Αριςτοτζλουσ/Ethics and morals of leadership in Aristotle’s
work
George Chryssafis (Greece)
Хозяйственный этос как социокультурный феномен
Marina Danilova & Vladimir Anastasov (Russia)
Or you or me, the sacrifice oneself to sacrifice others: Towards a philosophical approach to
neomanagement, new paradigm of anti-egotistical organizational leadership, conspiracy
scenarios toxic workplace
Moises Del Pino Pena (Mexico)
14:00-15:50
SM01 Afro-Asian Philosophy Association (AAPA) 524
The role of Afro-Asian Philosophy Association (AAPA) in facing problems of identities in the
Afro-Asian world
SM03 Asociación de Filosofía y Liberación (AFYL) 525
Structure of and path to follow by the AFyL for the period 2013-2018
Organizer Enrique Dussel
Speakers Enrique Dussel
Lutz Alexander Keferstein
Yolanda Angulo
SM20 International Society for Value Inquiry (ISVI) 438
Global challenges in value inquiry
Organizer G. John M. Abbarno
Speakers On Dewey’s theory of value and education
Liu Bing
The essential orientation of eco-socialism-difference between eco-socialism and
eco-capitalism
Hu Jian
Value and time
Sun Weiping
Three doubts about the comparison between western and classical views of
harmony from an axiological perspective
Li Jialian
On the moral risks of business and fraud
Tao Anjun
On value and value relation
Gong Qun
Justice is the synthesis of liberty and equality: The contradiction between form
and substance and its solution
Ma Junfeng
Public philosophy: Challenges in a awy of life
G. John M. Abbarno
SM13 International Association for the Study of Controversies (IASC) 536
Organizers Cristina Marras
Marcelo Dascal
Chair Giovanni Scarafile
Speakers Welcome Address
Luigi De Luca
Anybody there? Any body listening?
Varda Dascal
Listening as ethical encounter
Giovanni Scarafile
Temporalization of listening in intersubjective relationSunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
13
Irina Poleshchuk
Hearing and understanding
Yossi Lehmann
Condorcet and the philosophical relevance of listening
Leah Gruenpeter Gold
The limits of procedural democracy in intercultural conflicts about values
Maurizia Pierri
Dialogue in Mathematics
Moshe Klein
The impoliteness of listening
Chaoqun Xie
Listening and the well-tempered controversy
Rodica Amel
Listening to controversies
Aviram Sariel
Listening vs. speaking?
Marcelo Dascal
Boris Chendov
SM08 Ibero-American Society for Neoplatonic Studies 544
Neoplatonism and language
Organizer Oscar Federico Bauchwitz
Speakers Oscar Federico Bauchwitz
Edrisi Fernandes
SM10 Institute of Philosophy, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences 636
Philosophy and life-world 1
Organizer Xirong He
Speakers Sumei Cheng
Xiaohe Lu
Xuanmeng Yu
Derong Pan
Guorong Yang
Zhenhua Yu
Feng Lu
Jeffrey Riegel
James Behuniak
Geir Sigurðsson
Haibo Wei
SM11 International Association for the Philosophy of Sport 204
Athletics and virtue: Philosophical perspectives
Organizer Kalokagathia: Ethics, athletics and aesthetics
Heather Reid
Speakers Martial do and virtue: the sweet tension between purpose and process
Jesús Ilundain
Victory bearing and the virtue of winning
Yunus Tuncel
SM12 International Association of Greek Philosophy (IAGP) 538
The concept of form and way of life
Chairpersons Thomas Robinson
Sophia Boudouri
Sofia Karatza
Speakers The ethical context of Pythagorean philosophising
Jerzy KosiewiczSunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
14
Socrates and Plato on philosophy as a way of life
Thomas Robinson
Idea, eidos and forms of life
Thomas Olshewsky
Contemplative life and eudaimonia in Aristotle
George Barboutis
SM17 International Society for Buddhist Philosophy 740
Reconsidering Buddhism, morality, and ethical life
Organizer Eric S. Nelson
Speakers William Edelglass
Jin Y. Park
Gereon Kopf
SM21 International Society for Universal Dialogue (ISUD) 745
Dialogue among cultures as a philosophical way of life
Organizer Panos Eliopoulos
Speakers Christopher Vasillopulos
Lilian Karali
Jean Campbell
SM26 Radical Philosophy Association (RPA) 829
1. Liberal imperialism, human rights, and just war theory
Organizer Harry van der Linden
Speakers Karsten Struhl
Mark Evans
Richard Peterson
Mohammad Azadpur
Yolanda Angulo
John Exdell
SM32 Sociedade de filosofia da educação de lingua portuguesa (SOFELP) 618
The role of philosophy of education in a society marked by crisis
Organizer Adalberto Dias de Carvalho
Speakers Adalberto Dias de Carvalho
José Gonçalves
José Fernandes
Sílvio Gallo
Walter Kohan
14:00-15:50
IS30 Philosophy as a way of life – From Stoicism and Confucianism to music as philosophy 619
Chair Hyun Höchsmann
East China Normal University
China
Speakers Guorong Yang
East China Normal University
China
Arabella Pare
Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe
Germany
Chung-ying Cheng
University of Hawaii
USA
Hyun Höchsmann
East China Normal UniversitySunday, August 4
14:00-15:50
15
China
16:00-17:50
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 311
Vassilis Karasmanis (Greece)
The parts of soul and the structure of the polis according to Plato
Anastasia Dimitrakopoulou (Greece)
Vegetarian republic: Pythagorean themes in Plato’s Republic
Stefan Dolgert (Canada)
The philosopher and philosophy in Plato’s view
Konstantin Dolgov (Russia)
Théocharis Kessidis’ contribution to the development of Ancient Greek philosophy
Gennady Drach (Russia)
“Living like a stone”? The Calliclean answer to “how one ought to live” in Plato’s Gorgias
Ioannis Kalogerakos (Greece)
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 312
Tomás Calvo (Spain)
Plato’s Phaedrus on philosophy and the city
Brian Elliott (USA)
Tugend und Glückseligkeit bei Aristoteles und Kant
Werner Euler (Brazil/Germany)
Prelude to a genealogy of happiness: Solon to Socrates
Lucas Fain (USA)
Aristotle: Plato’s Idea
Hossein Falsafi (Iran)
A perception philosophy in Plato
Hugo Filgueiras de Araújo (Brazil)
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 315
Theodore Scaltsas (UK)
Nature and art in Aristotle: Beyond the analogy
María Garcés (Mexico)
Plato’s Republic 386c5-7 & 516d4-7: An ambiguous (?) attitude of Plato on three Homeric
lines
Athanasios Gkatzaras (Greece)
Δυςκολίεσ καὶ ἀπορίεσ ςτὸν πλατωνικὸν Ἴωνα
John Glucker (Israel)
Philosophy as a way of dying? On the riddle of Socrates’ last words in Plato’s Phaedo
Chloe Balla (Greece)
Надлежащие и нравственно-правильные действия в этике Ранней Стои/Appropriate
and right actions in the early Stoic ethics
Polina Gadzhikurbanova (Russia)
CP69 Political philosophy 316
Thalía Fung (Cuba)
Global warming demands global justice
Ovadia Ezra (Israel)
The policy of multiculturalism in the process of regional consolidation
Viktoriia Fokina (Ukraine)
Political philosophy and political science: A scope from the South
Thalia Fung (Cuba)
On the problem of the person elitaristic theory
Lola Kurbonova (Uzbekistan)
Justicia social. Un acercamiento desde John Rawls
Jossy Landero Olivera (Colombia)Sunday, August 4
16:00-17:50
16
CP69 Political philosophy 434
Evangelia Sembou (Greece)
De la libertad a la justicia: Acerca de las reflexiones políticas de Paul Ricoeur/From freedom
to justice: On Paul Ricoeur’s political reflections
Silvia Gabriel (Argentina)
The need to reduce social inequality and the possibility of upgrading the global financial
architecture
Nina Ganina (Russia)
Political philosophy as knowledge and political action
Nikita Garadzha (Russia)
Diplobamacy and the Obama doctrine: Democracy, demographics and cosmocitizenship
Zekeh Gbotokuma (USA)
Democracy, liberalism, torture and extra-judicial assassination
Simon Glynn (USA)
CP69 Political philosophy 436
Samuel Lee (Korea)
Late capitalism (globalization) and its future
Tomas Gonzales de Luna (Mexico)
The collapse of practice dependence
Kevin Gray (Canada)
Religious diversity and the nature of democracy
Shengda Guo (China)
The politics of hermeneutical experience in Gadamer: Judgment, rhetoric and tragedy
Ozgur Emrah Gurel (Netherlands)
Correlation between philosophy and politics: Complex systems approach to the question
Vasila Hajiyeva (Azerbaijan)
CP69 Political philosophy 437
Gabriel Vargas Lozano (Mexico)
The fundamental concept of Marx and Engel’s interpretative ideology
Xiao Hu (China)
The concept of the political
Babrak Ibrahimy (UK)
Times are changing: A new philosophy for a new time
Xabier Insausti Ugarriza (Spain)
Multitude, public opinion and state: Spinoza’s political thought in the context of today’s
crisis of democracy
Emiliano Acosta (Belgium)
Pan-European Con-federation: Pax Kantiana in Europe
Eva Neu, Michael Michailov & Marie-Luise Gräfin von Brockdorff (Germany)
CP69 Political philosophy 445
Yiota Sehidou (Greece)
Towards a redefinition of the public sphere – The liberal model and its limits
Lukas Kaelin (Switzerland)
When is the ruler responsible? Three interpretations of Aristotle’s responsibility
Eero Kaila (Finland)
Die Öffentlichkeitsfunktion des Chors in der antiken Tragödie
Nazile Kalaycı (Turkey)
Radical European politics or new Colonialism?
Bogdana Koljevid (Serbia)
Two interpretations of the philosophy of Praxis
Gabriel Vargas Lozano (Mexico)
CP14 History of philosophy 314Sunday, August 4
16:00-17:50
17
Hyung-chul Kim (Korea)
Kant’s causal theory of action and the freedom of the will
Robert Greenberg (USA)
L’aspect Stoïcien de Spinoza: Le Conatus chez Spinoza et l’oikeiosis chez les Stoïciens
Vasiliki Grigoropoulou (Greece)
The philosophical discourse of modernity
Qinghai Guo (China)
A Kantian responds to Santayana
Samuel Kahn (USA)
From spontaneity to will – A transcendental-philosophical reconstruction of the
Schopenhauerian philosophy
Yasuo Kamata (Japan)
CP48 Philosophy of development 425
Alexander Chumakov (Russia)
Hegel et la problematique du developpement de l’Afrique
Alain Lucien Manga Nomo (Cameroon)
Философия развития личности: Недостающее звено/Philosophy of development of the
personality: Missing link
Alla Okhota (Russia)
An ethical critique of neoliberal development in Africa
Peter Osimiri (Nigeria)
Which way of life is better? Dabrowski and the culture
Miroslaw Pamrow (Poland)
Globalization: perspectives and realities of global development
Alexander Chumakov (Russia)
CP48 Philosophy of development 428
Petros Gemtos (Greece)
Sustainable development of modern society through the prism of the phenomenon of
justice
Oksana Plaksina (Ukraine)
Social development as an aspect of energoevolution universe
Mihail Veller (Estonia/Russia)
On the contemporary interpretation of Chinese later-generating modernity
Shijia Zhang (China)
Diachronic holism and dynamic normativity
Yujian Zheng (Hong Kong)
CP12 Ethics 426
Stelios Virvidakis (Greece)
Human life as a grounding basic good in the new natural law ethics
Javier Echeqique (Chile)
Moral practice in a worthless world
Bjorn Eriksson (Sweden)
Fundamentos metafísicos para una etica analogica en el mundo
Francisco Escandon (Colombia)
Heidegger: Being and time as a way of life
Jesús Adrian Escudero (Spain)
On paradoxical nature of free will and moral “ought”
Xiao Xian Fan (China)
CP12 Ethics 427
Theodosis Pelegrinis (Greece)
Panagiotis Pantazakos (Greece)
Ethical challenges to democracySunday, August 4
16:00-17:50
18
Rosa Josefina Fantoni (Argentina)
Friendship as paradigm of Aristotelian eudaimonia
Lorenz Moises J. Festin (Philippines)
The necessity fallacy in Kantian ethics
Scott Forschler (USA)
Moral philosophy of Spinoza – Between metaphysics and ethics
Aslan Gadzhikurbanov (Russia)
Concerning yourself – Foucault’s skill ethics about self
Letian Gao (China)
CP12 Ethics 430
Harun Tepe (Turkey)
Privacy as an ethical value: Is it natural or relative?
Georgy Ishmaev (UK)
Bearing witness for the animal dead
Kathie Jenni (USA)
Concerning the proof of freedom in Kant
Edgar Jose Jorge Filho (Brazil)
Four types of natural norms: A reconsideration of Aristotelian naturalism
Angela Kallhoff (Austria)
Aristotle’s rectificatory justice as foundation of social justice
Indoo Pandey Khanduri (India)
CP50 Philosophy of education 433
Dimosthenis Georgovassilis (Greece)
Η αυτονομία ωσ αγωγικι ςυνιςτϊςα τθσ κοινωνικοποίθςθσ
Lela Gogou & Panagiotis Karakatsanis (Greece)
“Calls” and “answers” in development of modern education
Vadim Grekhnev (Russia)
The economistic university: A brave new paradigm?
Michael Heyns (South Africa)
Φφςθ, μάκθςθ και ανάμνθςθ ςτθν πλατωνικι φιλοςοφία τθσ παιδείασ/Ηuman nature,
learning and anamnesis in platonic philosophy of education
Maria Veneti (Greece)
Άγνοια και γνϊςθ: Μια κονςτρουκτιβιςτικι προςζγγιςθ τθσ ΢ωκρατικισ κεωρίασ για τθ
μάκθςθ
Genovefa Papadima (Greece)
CP50 Philosophy of education 209
Vasiliki Karavakou (Greece)
Social paradigms and education
Alexander Karpov (Russia)
A new philosophy of education in the new era
Young Suk Kim (Korea)
Kant and the problem of cultivating freedom
Zdenko Kodelja (Slovenia)
“Why Johnny can’t read” – Hannah Arendt in education
Maria Luisa Ribeiro Ferreira (Portugal)
Ideals in education and the quest for meaning
Vasiliki Karavakou (Greece)
CP50 Philosophy of education 421
Betül Çotuksöken (Turkey)
The goals and values of modern education
Victor Kondratyev (Russia)
“Childish people” and “true adults”: Concepts of the educational modelSunday, August 4
16:00-17:50
19
Margarita Kozhevnikova (Russia)
Conception of responsibility and education personality space
Lyubov Kulygina (Russia)
Феноменологический методологос: Современные вопросы философии и
педагогики/Phenomenological methodology: Modern question in philosophy and
pedagogy
Rimma Kurenkova (Russia)
Modern education – Paradigms
Aleksei Kurokhtin (Kyrgyzstan)
CP14 History of philosophy 547
Vana Grigoropoulou (Greece)
De la définition de la philosophie à l’énumération de ses fonctions principales
Kyriakos Katsimanis (Greece)
Der Crusiussche Freiheitsbegriff und seine Voraussetzungen
Katsutoshi Kawamura (Japan)
Philosophy and philosophics: Substantiation of research program
Vasily Markhinin (Russia)
Relevance of Arthur Schopenhauer’s pessimism in modern times
Gopinath Sharma (India)
The topicality of Hegel in Zizek’s philosophy
Ekaterina Zbrozhek (Russia)
CP01 Aesthetics and philosophies of art 628
Gerhard Seel (Germany/Switzerland)
Is conceptual art an art form?
Zsolt Batori (Hungary)
Peut-on représenter la vérité?
Petru Bejan (Romania)
Aesthetics problematic of Immanuel Kant
Feruza Bozarova (Russia)
Psychical distancing: Its meaning and role in aesthetic attitude
Manjula Saxena (India)
CP51 Philosophy of globalization 739
Valentina Fedotova (Russia)
Global migration en route to global citizenship or to rights of residency?
Miriam Farhi-Rodrig (Israel)
Globalization and the transformation of national sovereignty. A philosophical view
Leonid Grinin (Russia)
Global Humanism – Possibilites and risks of a new humanistic model
Lisz Hirn (Austria)
The impact of globalization on the formation of the global political system
Ilia Ilin & Alexander Rosanov (Russia)
Globalization as megatrend and local modernization trends
Valentina Fedotova (Russia)
CP51 Philosophy of globalization 741
Peter Kemp (Denmark)
Global crisis and necessity of outlook transformation
Shahnoza Kahharova (Uzbekistan)
Achieving global justice through business: A Rawlsian philosophical foundation
Yuko Kamishima (Japan)
Theory of globalization in the philosophy of the present
Endre Kiss (Hungary)
A philosophical reflection on post communism transitologySunday, August 4
16:00-17:50
20
Agim Leka (Albania)
Sustainable development strategy as a postcapitalist project of globalization
Vyacheslav Mantatov (Russia)
CP51 Philosophy of globalization 812
Byron Kaldis (Greece)
Изменение роли высшего образования в условиях глобализации/Transformation of
the role of higher education under globalization
Elvira Leontyeva (Russia)
Veda Vani: The views of Veda’s in context to environment sustainability, health and
development
Usha Maradia (India)
Is it “nonsense” for Africa to search a place in the modern world?
Charles Romain Mbele (Cameroon)
Relevance of Mahatma Gandhi in the context of globalization
Geeta Mehta (India)
Notes on the social philosophy of globalisation
Ritums Rozenbergs (Latvia)
CP53 Philosophy of language 820
Ernest Lepore (USA)
Web language vis a vis Bhartrhari’s Sphota theory of language
Yamini Sahay (India)
The other: A philosophical issue
Laimayum Bishwanath Sharma (India)
Philosophy of subaltern language
Ramesh Chandra Sinha (India)
Quine’s dispositional approach to the language
Elizaveta Speshilova (Russia)
CP54 Philosophy of law 821
Andreas Føllesdall (Norway)
Traditional Chinese legal philosophy and its modernization
Yigong Liu (China)
Dilemas onto-políticos en la esfera iusfilosófica desde los que abordan los problemas
planteados por la confesionalidad en los sistemas educativos democráticos
Miguel Ángel López Muqoz (Spain)
Philosophy of law and the world of labor
Francisco Ostau De Lafont De León (Colombia)
The models of citizenship
Ljudmila Ivanova (Russia)
CP26 Ontology 822
Alexandros Theodoridis (Greece)
Connection: Blind spot in the history of philosophy
Yizhou Miao (China)
To the question on a parity of physical and social time
Mirhayot Mirhamidov (Uzbekistan)
Προσ μια οντολογικι κεϊρθςθ του μουςικοφ ζργου/Towards an ontological perspective of
the musical work
Chrysoula Mischou (Greece)
Is ontology still possible?
Tudor Moise (Canada)
Ontology and epistemology for four-dimensional mereology
Yasuo Nakayama (Japan)Sunday, August 4
16:00-17:50
21
CP26 Ontology 823
Georgios Arabatzis (Greece)
Existence: Dialectics of objectivity and energevity
Anatoly Nevelev (Russia)
Relations theory
Carlos Alejandro Ordonez Villegas (Mexico)
The ontology of the future from process philosophical point of view
Vesselin Petrov (Bulgaria)
Nicolai Hartmann’s theory of categories
Roberto Poli (Italy)
Бытие прошлого
Dmitry Shcherbakov (Russia)
CP26 Ontology 824
Ekaterini Kaleri (Greece)
Ontological genocides
Susana Sanders (Germany)
Noneism, Russell paradox and the language/Metalanguage distinction
Maciej Sendłak (Poland)
Nihilism between “prophecy” and theory
Rita Serpytyte (Lithuania)
Эволюционная онтология как духовная парадигма для XXI века
Josef Šmajs (Czech Republic)
The modern understanding of personal being
Suhrob Norkulov (Uzbekistan)
CP03 Bioethics 825
Myrto Dragona-Monachou (Greece)
Self-sufficiency in human biological materials – Time for an Aristotelian perspective on
donation policies
Dominique Martin (Australia)
Normative foundations of human dignity and the debate on assisted suicide
Sebastian Muders (Switzerland)
Ethical reflections on genetic cloning
Rekha Navneet (India)
« Un enfant nous est né … » – Réflexion éthique sur la procréation médicalement assistée
Lambert Nieme (Belgium)
Possibilities in “Education for life and death” in Bioethics―Ethical issues of advanced
medical technologies
Takako Okinaga (Japan)
CP03 Bioethics 826
Jacob Dahl Rendtorff (Denmark)
Why letting die instead of killing? Choosing active euthanasia on moral grounds
Evangelos Protopapadakis (Greece)
A move from pluripotency of cell to pluripotency of mind as a bioethical challenge of the
Second Promethean epoch
Maya Rakhimova (Russia)
Towards participative bioethical assessment
Bernard Reber (France)
Appreciative ethics of care
Antonio Sandu (Romania)
Methodological relationship between bioethics and philosophy
Natalia Sedova & Boris Navrotskiy (Russia)
CP52 Philosophy of history 827Sunday, August 4
16:00-17:50
22
Vasso Kindi (Greece)
Philosophy and counterrationality: The Holocaust as challenge to philosophical
understanding
Florin Lobont (Romania)
The Eunuch theory of history: Nietzsche and Collingwood on the impartiality of historians
Allison Merrick (USA)
Michel Foucault’s contributions to the philosophy of history
Gabriele Neves (Brazil)
The world-historical subject as a contemporary problem
Tatiana Panfilova (Russia)
Human nature and New epoch
Marija Selak (Croatia)
CP75 Theories of knowledge and epistemology 637
Stavroula Tsinorema (Greece)
Philosophical concepts in consciousness: Transcendental in dynamics
Julia Morkina (Russia)
Interweaving between rationalism, empiricism and phenomenology
Ana Marcela Mungaray-Lagarda & Herminio Nuqez-Villavicencio (Mexico)
An epistemological and semiotic approach of ontological argument
Ionel Narita (Romania)
Le réductionnisme de Popper et de Field et le statut de la théorie sémantique de la vérité
Bertin Nguefack (Finland)
Why do individual pure possibilities necessarily exist?
Amihud Gilead (Israel)
CP73 Taoist philosophy 638
Marianna Benetatou (Greece)
Harmony: The Tao in the life of Lao Tzu
Juntao Li (China)
Hsi-Kang and the rise of Chuang-Tzu School in Wei-Chin period
Hui-Ling Wu (Taiwan)
Dao: Daoism’s quest for the ultimate meaning of life
Haichun Zhou (China)
Lao Zi’s view on the language for philosophy
Yu Qiang (China)
CP01 Aesthetics and philosophies of art 639
Eleni Tatla (Greece)
Analytic aesthetics in China: For what and why?
Xun Dai (China)
Η λειτουργία τθσ άμεςθσ ενορατικισ γνϊςθσ ςτον Benedetto Croce
Jim Dakrotsis (Greece)
Museum to open skies: Tombstone art and aesthetics of death
Thiago Nicolau de Araujo (Brazil)
Σο ερείπιο ςτο γερμανικό Ρομαντιςμό. Η περίπτωςθ του Caspar David Friedrich (1774-
1840)/The ruin in German Romanticism. The case of Caspar David Friedrich (1774- 1840)
Marissia Deligiorgi (Greece)
Z. Bodrijyar’s “simulative” reality concept as “the transformed forms” expression in the
modern world
Ludmila Demchenko (Russia)
CP49 Philosophy of economics 640
Christoph Lütge (Germany)
Money as a natural kind
Rico Hauswald (Germany)Sunday, August 4
16:00-17:50
23
Xenophon’s unnoticed insight: Mediation and incentive-compatibility
Demetri Kantarelis (USA)
Notes on the epistemological role of the economic rationality according to Karl Popper
Brena Paula Magno Fernandez (Brazil)
Internal and external validity in experimental ethics and economics
Fernando Aguiar (Spain)
Competition and ethics
Christoph Lütge (Germany)
CP49 Philosophy of economics 642
Chrysostomos Mantzavinos (Greece)
Equality and development: Some foundational issues
Nandini Mehta (India)
Thick rationality and normativity
Carl David Mildenberger (Germany)
Distribution imbalance and justice in initial distribution
Yonghong Pang (China)
The metaphysics of economics: What is a meaning worth?
Valerian Popkov (Russia)
Unemployment and the gift in the South African context
Mark Rathbone (South Africa)
Democracy, development and aspirations of people
Chahat Sekhon (India)
CP05 Business ethics 734
Ioanna Patsioti (Greece)
Application of Aristotelian virtue ethics to business ethics
Nur Yeliz Gülcan (Turkey)
Business ethics
Hemant Kolhapure (India)
Corporate social philosophy: Challenges in philosophy of business in the global times
Engelbert Pasag & Rhonda Padilla (Philippines)
Modern corporation’s selection of ultimate value
Jinyuan Luo (China)
Деловая этика – Ключевой фактор успеха современного бизнеса/Business ethics is key
factor of success of modern business
Olga Mohylevska (Russia)
16:00-17:50
SM01 Afro-Asian Philosophy Association (AAPA) 524
The role of Afro-Asian Philosophy Association (AAPA) in facing problems of identities in the
Afro-Asian world
SM04 Asociación Filosófica Argentina (AFRA) 525
Organizer César Julio Lorenzano
Speakers Veronica Tozzi
Nora Schwartz
Liza Skidelsky
Federico Penelas
Claudio Abreu
SM06 Deutsche Gesellschaft für Philosophie (DGPhil), Untergruppe Wirtschaftsethik 634
German Philosophical Association, Subgroup Business Ethics
“Wirtschaftsethik” as contribution and alternative from German-speaking philosophy to
business and/or economic ethic(s)
Organizer Peter SeeleSunday, August 4
16:00-17:50
24
Speakers Alexander Brink
Arne Manzeschke
Birger Priddat
Christoph Lütge
Claus Dirksmeier
Jacob Dahl Rendtorff
Ludger Heidbrink
Olaf Schumann
SM20 International Society for Value Inquiry (ISVI) 438
Global challenges in value inquiry
Organizer G. John M. Abbarno
Speakers The theory of moral value
Li Deshun
The research of Chinese core value
Zhang Baoshen
The transcendence of modern and post-modern value
Wen Bing
Formation mechanisms of the moral subject: Ontology of morals based on Pre-qin
ethics
Feng Xiping
Disagreement and intellectual humility
Ian Church
Challenges in directing thought to thought
Thomas Magnell
Library as community: A resource for envisioning cultural ways of life
Ruth Miller Lucier
The connotation of the rule of law: In the view of axiology
Zhang Liqing
SM10 Institute of Philosophy, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences 636
Philosophy and life-world 2
Organizer Xirong He
Speakers Sumei Cheng
Xiaohe Lu
Xuanmeng Yu
Derong Pan
Guorong Yang
Zhenhua Yu
Feng Lu
Jeffrey Riegel
James Behuniak
Geir Sigurðsson
Haibo Wei
SM07 George Santayana Society 204
Santayana Society meeting
Organizer Krzysztof (Chris) Piotr Skowronski
Speakers John Lachs
Angel Faerna
Richard Rubin
Charles Padron
SM12 International Association of Greek Philosophy (IAGP) 538
The concept of form and way of life
Chairpersons Jeremiah ReedySunday, August 4
16:00-17:50
25
Maria Veneti
George Barboutis
Speakers The Socratic way of life: Vis-a-vis the theory of forms
Martha C. Beck
The soul as form and the philosophical mode of life: Is anyone born a philosopher?
Marie George
The Aristotelian conception of law: Characterization and way of life according the
Nicomachean Ethics
Helga María Lell
The ways of life and death according to Ambrose of Milan: An analysis of the
quadripartite metaphor in Paradise ix, 43-45
Lidia Raquel Miranda
Η φιλοςοφία ωσ τρόποσ ηωισ και ο Πλοφταρχοσ περί του Αλεξάνδρου
Sophia Boudouri
SM18 International Society for Environmental Ethics 740
1. What is the meaning of the 6th global mass extinction of species?
Organizer Philip Cafaro
Speakers Eileen Crist
Freya Mathews
Ronald Sandler
Jeremy Bendik-Keymer
SM22 Nietzsche Society 745
Nietzsche and the Greeks
Organizer Babette Babich
Speakers Tracy Strong
David Allison
SM30 Sociedad Española de Profesores de Filosofìa (SEPFI) 641
Good practices in teaching philosophy
Organizer Luis Cifuentes
Speakers Elisa Favaro
Manuel Sanlés
Maria José Montes
SM26 Radical Philosophy Association (RPA) 829
2. The Crisis of Capitalism & Contemporary progressive political philosophies: Prospects for
consensus
Speakers Charles W. Mills
Enrique Dussel
Lubos Blaha
Rodney Peffer
David Schweickart
SM32 Sociedade de filosofia da educação de lingua portuguesa (SOFELP) 618
The role of philosophy of education in a society marked by crisis
Organizer Adalberto Dias de Carvalho
Speakers Adalberto Dias de Carvalho
José Gonçalves
José Fernandes
Sílvio Gallo
Walter Kohan
16:00-17:50Sunday, August 4
16:00-17:50
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IS51 The Way of Living: Competition, cooperation and the art of controversies 1 536
Chair Marcelo Dascal
Tel Aviv University
Israel
Speakers Anna Carolina Regner
Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos (UNISINOS)
Brazil
Matthias Armgardt
University of Konstanz
Germany
Daniel L. Everett
Bentley University
USA
Thomas Gloning
Justus-Liebig-Universität
Germany
Shahid Rahman
Université Charles de Gaulle III
France
20:00-22:00
Official Opening Ceremony, Odeum of Herodes AtticusMonday, August 5
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Monday, August 5
09:00-10:50
PL2 Philosophy and the sciences AULA
Chair Maria Carla Galavotti (Italy)
From the philosophy of science to the philosophy of the sciences
Speakers Susan Haack (USA)
Scientific philosophy: The very idea
Alberto Cordero (Peru/USA)
Naturalism and realism today
Keiichi Noe (Japan)
Philosophy and science after the East Japan disaster
11:00-12:50
SYMP3 Philosophy and religions AULA
Chair Jean Ferrari (France)
Philosophie et religions
Speakers Michael von Brück (Germany)
Wisdom and responsibility. Towards a relationship of knowing and acting in
Mahåyåna-Buddhism
Suwanna Satha-Anand (Thailand)
Silencing metaphysics: Reflections on the silence of the Buddha on metaphysical
questions
Seizo Sekine (Japan)
Philosophical inquiries into religions: A Japanese old testament scholar’s
perspective
11:00-12:50
RT02 Les pratiques du scepticisme/The uses of Scepticism 312
Organizer Sébastien Charles (Canada)
Speakers Voltaire’s uses of philosophical Scepticism
Rodrigo Brandão (Brazil)
Le Scepticisme comme censure philosophique: Le cas Pierre-Daniel Huet
Sébastien Charles (Canada)
Fantaisie et thérapie dans les Essais de Montaigne
Luiz Eva (Brazil)
Inoculating young Skeptics: Anti-Skeptical pedagogy in the works of Jean-Pierre de
Crousaz and Chevalier Ramsay
Anton Matytsin (USA)
RT08 The methodological basis of contemporary axiological research 316
Organizer Xinhan Chen (China)
Deshun Li (China)
Yan Yin (China)
Speakers G. John M. Abbarno (USA)
The social self-criticism on the threshold of evaluation – Thinking on the thought of
Marx’s social self-criticism
Xinhan Chen (China)
Hortensia Cuéllar (Mexico)
Maotang Dai (China)
Ping Feng (China)
The relationship of righteousness and interest and its doctrine of the mean – A
cultural interpretation on China’s development path
Kaifeng Huang (China)
Shigeru Iwasa (Japan)
Chang Jiang (China)
Workineh Kelbessa (Ethiopia)Monday, August 5
11:00-12:50
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Deshun Li (China)
Jialian Li (China)
Junfeng Ma (China)
Yihua Qiang (China)
To lead: The key words of the Socialist core value system
Renfu Qiu (China)
Nianchun Shu (China)
Weiping Sun (China)
Linan Tian (China)
Jinfen Yan (Canada)
Xiaoming Yi (China)
On the self-position of the culture of socialism with Chinese characteristics
Yan Yin (China)
Choi Young-Jin (Korea)
Liqing Zhang (China)
Dingxin Zhang (China)
Yonggang Zhao (China)
Hongyan Zhou (China)
The essential orientation of eco-socialism – Difference between eco-socialism and
eco-centralism
Jian Hu (China)
Three dimensions of forming of the values
Zhilong Tang (China)
Social justice under overall wealth outlook
Shankan He (China)
The contemporary significance of Kant’s moral self-discipline idea
Zhao Xiaodan (China)
Thomas Magnell (USA)
RT12 A return to the Greeks, Root of a philosophy of tomorrow in the works of Eduardo Nicol
436
Organizer Nicol: La presencia de Heráclito para una renovación de la metafísica
Juliana González Valenzuela (Mexico)
Speakers La génesis y el ethos de la filosofía. Los orígenes del filosofar en la Grecia antigua,
en el pensamiento de Nicol
Jorge Enrique Linares Salgado (Mexico)
Eduardo Nicol: La filosofía del futuro como retorno a los griegos
Maria Teresa Padilla Longoria (Mexico)
Nicol: Símbolo como complemento. Símbolo como límite
Ricardo Horneffer Mengdehl (Mexico)
Origen y fin de la política: La filosofía política como problema en Eduardo Nicol
Toni Mora (Spain)
Eduardo Nicol: Sentir, logos y expresión
Carlos Alberto Vargas Pacheco (Mexico)
RT14 Ternary relations of Confucianism, Buddhism and Daoism in traditional China 437
Organizer Xia Chen (China)
Speakers Cunshan Li (China)
Jigang Shan (China)
Keping Wang (China)
Xinyan Jiang (USA)
Noburu Notom (Japan)
Xia Chen (China)
Zhiqiang Zhang (China)
Jingyuan Li (China)
Pham Van Duc (Vietnam)Monday, August 5
11:00-12:50
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Nguyen Tai Dong (Vietnam)
RT18 The juridification of violence and the philosophy of law 445
Organizer Klaus Muller (Germany)
Speakers Klaus Muller (Germany)
Luisa Morales (Mexico)
Augusto Sanchez (Colombia)
Hector Pedraza (Mexico)
Jose Espindola Gomez (Mexico)
Hector Ramirez (Mexico)
RT19 Feminist phenomenology and vulnerability 314
Organizer Minae Inahara (Japan)
Speakers Introduction for feminist phenomenology and vulnerability
Tetsuya Kono (Japan)
Assisted reproductive technology and woman’s body
Hitomi Saitoh (Japan)
Formation of ethical embodiment: Pain as restorative justice
Irina Poleshchuk (Belarus)
RT22 Moral dilemmas 425
Organizer Claudia Passos-Ferreira (Brazil)
Speakers Cinara Nahra (Brazil)
Alejandro Rosas (Colombia)
Claudia Passos-Ferreira (Brazil)
Carlos Mauro (Portugal)
Susana Cadilha (Portugal)
RT25 Humor and the philosophic ways of life 426
Organizer Lydia Amir (Israel)
Speakers Humor in philosophy
Lydia Amir (Israel)
The figure of laughing and ridiculous Philosophos
Katalin Pal (Hungary)
Why we cannot philosophize without irony?
Cuido Giacomo Gattai (Italy)
The comic view of history in Nietzsche’s genealogy and its effects on philosophy
Thiago Leite (Brazil)
RT28 Aesthetics and the comic (in conjunction with 12th ICPP) 427
Organizer Peter Harteloh (Netherlands)
Speakers Aesthetics as the gateway to a spiritual life
Gabrielle Aruta (USA)
The circles test
Jose Romero (Spain)
Hana Abu Hamar (Greece)
RT34 Imagery, play & Daoism (in conjunction with 12th ICPP) 430
Organizer Young Rhee (Korea)
Speakers Guided imagery as a tool for philosophical practice?
Michael Noah Weiss (Austria)
Philosophy dancing: Nietzsche’s philosophical practice as playful experimentation
Jorn Kroll (USA)
Do Daoists have an individual mind? The Daoist concept of the individual and its
relevance for philosophical practice
Dominique Hertzer (Germany)Monday, August 5
11:00-12:50
30
RT37 The philosophy of the history of philosophy 432
Organizer Robert Piercey (Canada)
Speakers Robert Piercey (Canada)
Chris Lawn (Ireland)
Joanna Halsema (Netherlands)
Alicia Finch (USA)
Anna Mudde (Canada)
RT43 The future of Marxism? 209
Organizer Marx on practice and Marxist practice
Tom Rockmore (USA)
Speakers The meaning and future of Marxism
Xiaoping Wei (China)
The history and future of Marxism in Russia
Svetlana Kirdina (Russia)
Yes, Marx was right
David Schweickart (USA)
Marx after Marxism in Post-Soviet Russia
Marina Bykova (USA)
RT46 Actions and their explanations: A continuing philosophical conundrum 421
Organizer Karsten Stueber (Germany)
Speakers Scott Sehon (USA)
Karsten Stueber (Germany)
Giuseppina D’Oro (UK/Italy)
Constantine Sandis (UK/Greece)
Guido Löhrer (Germany)
RT49 Fanon and Black Existentialism in conversation political theories of social transformation
(in conjunction with the Caribbean Philosophical Association) 538
Organizer Tal Correm (Israel)
Speakers Nigel Gibson (UK/USA)
Sonia Dayan-Herzbrun (France)
Eleni Verikas (France/Greece)
James Haile (USA)
RT55 Africa in the emerging new world order: Development, culture and crisis (sponsored by the
Council for Research in Values and Philosophy) 739
Speakers The problem of choice and responsibility in modern Africa’s development
Joseph C. A. Agbakoba (Nigeria)
Do the living-dead belong to ontology or metaphysics in African religions?
Mogobe Ramose (South Africa)
The place of Africa in the current world order
Workineh Kelbessa (Ethiopia)
RT58 Identity and modernization in Islam (sponsored by the Council for Research in Values and
Philosophy) 741
Speakers Islam and modernization
Gholamreza Aavani (Iran)
Islamic identity of the Kyrgyz people: Philosophical survey
Umut Asanova (Kyrgyzstan)
Problem of false identification on modern and traditional Islam
Husain Heriyanto (Indonesia)
Dialogue of Islam and Modernity: Hollowing out of Muslim identity
Karim Crow (Malaysia)Monday, August 5
11:00-12:50
31
RT61 Women philosophers and the enrichment of philosophy (sponsored by the Council for
Research in Values and Philosophy) 812
Speakers Woman, nature & Identity? Insights From Ogolla! Stein & Escriva?
Christine Gichure (Kenya)
Women philosopher and renewal of philosophy concept
He Xirong (China)
Feminist concern in India and the “Other”
Asha Mukherjee (India)
Conceptions that seek to promote just gender relations
Herta Nagl-Docekal (Austria)
The importance of incorporating women philosophers into Philosophy courses
Gail Presbey (USA)
RT64 Homage to Jacques D’Hondt (1920-2012) 820
Organizer Homage to Jacques D’Hondt in piam memoriam – The concept of man and the
citizen in Hegel, Marx, Lukacs and D’Hondt
Shoji Ishitsuka (Japan)
Speakers Frederic Seuler (France/Belgium)
Paolo Quintilli (Italy)
Nicolas Tertulian (France/Romania)
RT67 Philosophy and the media 821
Organizer Carlin Romano (USA)
Speakers Lena Chebotareva (Russia)
Rick Lewis (UK)
Armando Massarenti (Italy)
RT70 Philosophical achievements from Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka’s phenomenology of life
[sponsored by the World Phenomenology Institute for Advanced Phenomenological
Research and Learning (WPI)] 822
Organizer Daniela Verducci (Italy)
Chair Francesco Totaro (Italy)
Speakers About D. Verducci and S. Khalilov as interpreters of A.-T. Tymieniecka’s
phenomenology of life
Francesco Alfieri OFM (Italy)
Towards the divine transcendent with A.-T. Tymieniecka’s phenomenology of life
Carmen Cozma (Romania)
Developing Husserl’s ideas in the contexts of phenomenology of life and modern
Georgian philosophy
Mamuka Dolidze (Georgia)
The doctrine of Tymieniecka from the view of the book of S.Khalilov,
Phenomenology of Life or Life of Idea
Konul Bunyadzade (Azerbaijan)
About Tymieniecka’s thought
Salahaddin Khalilov (Azerbaijan)
The revisitation of transcendentalism. A.-T. Tymieniecka’s phenomenology of life
interpreted by D. Verducci
Dario Sacchi (Italy)
RT72 Fictional objects 544
Organizer Stuart Brock (New Zealand)
Speakers Stuart Brock (New Zealand)
Fred Kroon (New Zealand)
Manuel García-Carpintero (Spain)
Alberto Voltolini (Italy)Monday, August 5
11:00-12:50
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RT73 From humanism to Meta- Post- and Transhumanism? 823
Organizers Panos Eliopoulos (Greece)
Stefan Lorenz Sorgner (Germany)
Speakers Plato’s views of anthropos vs the sophistic ones, and their possible relevance for
today
Eleni Karabatzaki (Greece)
Logos, virtue and the human nature in Stoicism
Panos Eliopoulos (Greece)
Dostoyevsky’s concept of Panhuman
Irina Deretid (Serbia)
Reflections beyond humanism? Meta Trans- and Posthumanism
Stefan Lorenz Sorgner (Germany)
Towards living machines
Aleksandar Kandid (Serbia)
Neither resisting, nor hegemonizing: Towards a posthumanist methodology
Francesca Ferrando (Italy)
Bodily regimes in the age of posthumanism
Yunus Tuncel (USA)
The perspective of individuation on posthumanistic theories
Denise Blickhan (Germany)
Ontokinethics – Metahumanism, ontology of becoming and the Nihilism of identity
Jaime Del Val (Spain)
Panagiotis Pantazakos (Greece)
Theodoros Georgiou (Greece)
RT75 Friendship and civil society 824
Organizer Eleni Leontsini (Greece)
Speakers Fraternity and democracy and the time of friendship
Egidius Berns (Netherlands/Belgium)
Civic friendship: Ancient and modern
Richard Stalley (UK)
Friendship and civil society
Vrasidas Karalis (Australia)
Friendship as a model of moral motivation
David Rose (UK)
Friendship and the possibility of trans-national solidarity
Dagmar Wilhelm (UK/Germany)
Love and duty
Nick Zangwill (UK)
The virtues of friendship and trust in family life
Kim Redgrave (UK)
RT77 Inquiry meets practice: Bioethics in 2013 (sponsored by FISP Committee on Bioethics and
Ethics in the Sciences) 825
Organizer David E. Schrader (USA)
Speakers David E. Schrader (USA)
Thalia Fung (Cuba)
Gong Qun (China)
Mislav Kukoc (Croatia)
Jacob Dahl Rendtorff (Denmark)
RT93 The transcultural potential of Chinese philosophy: Contemporary research in the Zhuangzi
827
Organizer The critical potential of classical Chinese philosophy: The example of
contemporary research in the ZhuangziMonday, August 5
11:00-12:50
33
Fabian Heubel (Taiwan)
Speakers Body movement and self-cultivation in the Zhuangzi
Mathias Obert (Germany/Taiwan)
Ethics of life: A cross-cultural reinterpretation of the Zhuangzi
Dandan Jiang (China)
The interplay between metaphorical and conceptual thinking: Zhuangzi and
Nietzsche
Tsang-long Liu (Taiwan)
Self and body in the Zhuangzi
Kai-Yuan Cheng (Taiwan)
RT94 Filosofía en el Caribe (Philosophy in the Caribbean) (in conjunction with Asociación
Filosófica del Caribe Colombiano) 637
Organizer Rene Campis (Colombia)
Speakers Julio Enrique Blanco y la fenomenología de Husserl
Eduardo Bermúdez (Colombia)
Rene Campis (Colombia)
Memoria y Víctima en el Caribe Colombiano (El deber de recordar)
Numas Armando Gil Olivera (Colombia)
Philosophy and literature – About the metaphysics in the romance of Gabriel
Garcia Marquez
Tomas Vasquez (Colombia)
Rafael Carrillo: Filósofo moderno del Caribe Colombiano
Dayana de la Rosa Carbonell (Colombia)
Importancia de la filosofía de Domingo Gundisalvo en el pensamiento de Julio
Enrique Blanco
Fidel Llnás (Colombia)
Gloria Young (Panama)
Carlos Garcia (Mexico)
Jose Gabriel Coley (Colombia)
Javier Ferreira Ospino (Colombia)
Luis Eugenio Ribon (Colombia)
Victor Florian (Colombia)
Santander Pineres (Colombia)
Nora Barrero (Colombia)
RT95 Imagination, conception and possibility 638
Organizer Three related but independent notions
Jean-Yves Beziau (Brazil)
Speakers Nothingness as Avaktavyam
Miray Yazgan (Turkey)
Dynamic and constructive imagery
Stefan Schneider (Germany)
Imagination, contradiction and paraconsistent logics
Alexandre Costa-Leite (Brazil)
RT96 Methodology of mathematical modelling and of applications of logical systems in scientific
knowledge 639
Organizer Boris Chendov (Bulgaria)
Speakers Boris Chendov (Bulgaria)
Valery Khakhanyan (Russia)
Peeter Muursepp (Estonia)
Ioannis Vandoulakis (Greece)
Koji Nakatogawa (Japan)
Nikolai Nepejvoda (Russia)
Argyris Nicolaidis (Greece)Monday, August 5
11:00-12:50
34
Vasily Perminov (Russia)
Arto Mutanen (Finland)
Sergey Pavlov (Russia)
Toshka Mikhajlova (Bulgaria)
Serguei Katrechko (Russia)
RT98 Phenomenology in East-Asia: Possibilities and contributions 642
Organizer Chon Ip Ng (Taiwan)
Speakers Phenomenology of caring from an East-Asian perspective
Tetsuya Sakakibara (Japan)
A phenomenological rethinking of Mo Zongshan’s reflection on “Moral judgment
and historical judgment”
Wen-Sheng Wang (Taiwan)
Toward a corporeal phenomenology of calligraphy
Chon Ip Ng (Taiwan)
Phenomenon and beauty: Chinese literati painting as an example
Wan-I Yang (Taiwan)
Husserl’s philosophical practice and ethical telos from the perspective of Lao
Sze-Kwang’s concept of orientative philosophy
Kwok-ying Lau (China)
RT99 C. I. Despotopoulos: The man and the philosopher. Celebrating his 100th birthday 640
Organizer Constantin Despotopoulos: A full life of praise to philosophy and freedom
Myrto Dragona-Monachou (Greece)
Speakers C. Despotopoulos and human rights as ethical rights
Ioanna Kuçuradi (Turkey)
C. Despotopoulos: Aristote sur la famille et la justice
Lambros Couloubaritsis (Belgium)
C. Despotopoulos’ philosophical anthropology
Georgia Apostolopoulou (Greece)
C.Despotopoulos et la philosophie politique de Platon
Maria Protopapa (Greece)
The doctoral dissertation of C. Despotopoulos: Its subject and its era
Doukas Kapandais (Greece)
C. Despotopoulos as a moral philosopher
Evangelos Protopapadakis (Greece)
Constantinos Despotopoulos (Greece)
RT100 Perspectives on wisdom in the emerging technologies era (in conjunction with Romanian
Society for Philosophy Engineering and Technoethics) 641
Organizer Viorel Guliciuc (Romania)
Speakers Wisdom and complexity
Viorel Guliciuc (Romania)
Wisdom does require knowledge
Lorenzo Magnani (Italy)
The technology threat: Sophia and Rescue
Yolanda Angulo Parra (Mexico)
Genetic enhancement by modification and education
Stefan Lorenz Sorgner (Germany)
The ambiguity of technology: Is there a dangerous hope?
Joao Vila-Cha (Portugal/Italy)
Wisdom and the moral of the tolerance in the age of social media (French based
presentation)
Sorin-Tudor Maxim (Romania)
RT103 Chinese philosophy and virtue ethics: A way forward? 742Monday, August 5
11:00-12:50
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Organizer Kai Marchal (Taiwan)
Speakers Confucian virtue ethics in the global context
Philippe Brunozzi (Germany)
Why do we need to talk about Confucian virtues today?
Kai Marchal (Taiwan)
The virtue turn: Constructive engagement between East and West
Chienkuo Mi (Taiwan/USA)
On the search for happiness: Dào and eudaimonia in ancient Confucian thought
Dennis Schilling (Germany)
On Zhu Xi’s theory of investigation, knowledge and intellectual virtue: A
perspective from virtue epistemology
Hsiang-min Shen (Taiwan)
Xunzi and virtue epistemology
Cheng-hung Tsai (Taiwan)
RT106 Philosophy in Japan: Present and future (in conjunction with Philosophical Association of
Japan) 311
Organizer Noburu Notomi (Japan)
Speakers Taki Suto (Japan)
Jeremiah Alberg (Japan)
Rolf Elberfeld (Germany)
Montserrat Crespin Perales (Spain)
Dan Morita (Japan)
Mayuko Uehara (Japan)
Ching-yuen Cheung (China)
RT113 John Amos Comenius, A peoples’ teacher 315
Organizer Valery Meskov (Russia)
Galina Sorina (Russia)
Speakers Sergei Bytchkov (Russia)
Anna Mamchenko (Russia)
Antonina Nesterova (Russia)
Evgueni Avtandylian (Russia)
Olga Marchenko (Russia)
Ravilya Zianshina (Russia)
Yuri Yarmak (Russia)
Dáša Vargová (Slovakia)
Marta Gluchmanová (Slovakia)
Ann Kholkina (Russia)
Yadviga Yaskevich (Belarus)
Iryna Khomenko (Ukraine)
Elena Bulin-Sokolova (Russia)
Alexey Semenov (Russia)
Elena Bryzgalina (Russia)
Irina Griftsova (Russia)
11:00-13:50
SM09 Institut International de Philosophie 547
Vivre en philosophe
Organizers Enrico Berti
Bernard Bourgeois
Athanasia Glycofrydi-Leontsini
Evanghelos Moutsopoulos
Chair Evanghelos Moutsopoulos
Speakers La philosophie comme manière de vivre – En hommage à Pierre Hadot
Anne Fagot-LargeaultMonday, August 5
11:00-12:50
36
Philosophie du vivre
Souleymane Bachir Diagne
Public life and philosophy after John Dewey
Hans Lenk
14:00-15:50
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 311
Tomás Calvo (Spain)
The God of metaphysics as a way of life in Aristotle
Francisco Gonzalez (Canada)
Avicenna’s interpretation of Aristotle’s Metaphysics Ε 1, 1026a13-16
Silvia Gullino (Italy)
Dios, la prudencia y la fortuna en el Libro VI de la Etica a Nicómaco de Aristoteles
Jorge Luis Gutierrez (Brazil)
Concerning the right time: Kairos in Plato’s Statesman
Chelsea Harry (USA)
Aristotle on the pleasure of courage
Erica Holberg (USA)
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 312
Vassilis Karasmanis (Greece)
Aristotle on complete justice
Hsei-Yung Hsu (Taiwan)
Plato’s advocate apologizes as a way of life
Osman Vahdet İşsevenler (Turkey)
On the indication of Aristotle’s prohairesis
Dohyoung Kim (UK)
A myth on origin of humans in Plato’s Protagoras
Irina Deretid (Serbia)
Philosophy as a way of life and Plutarch on Alexander the Great
Sophia Boudouri (Greece)
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 315
Kostas Kalimtzis (Greece)
Plato’s invisible hero of democracy: Socrates in the Republic and Crito
Richard Klonoski (USA)
Protagoras’ ‘homo mensura’: A reinterpretation
Kamladevi Kunkolienker (India)
Socrates as a “radical” politician
Yuji Kurihara (Japan)
The Theology of Plato in Book X of The Laws: An evolving perspective
Anastasios Ladikos (South Africa)
Motion and the pair of potentiality and actuality as key notions for the comprehension of
Aristotle’s theory of sense
Elena Lappa (Greece)
CP26 Ontology 428
Alexandros Theodoridis (Greece)
General theory of modal fields and modal explanations in human and environmental
sciences
Kari Vayrynen (Finland)
Work as an ontological problem
Zhamgyrbek Bokoshov (Kyrgyzstan)
CP54 Philosophy of law 316
Andreas Føllesdall (Norway)Monday, August 5
14:00-15:50
37
The role of legal consciousness in the system of ecological knowledge
Bobir Otamuradov (Uzbekistan)
Ethics and the confidentiality rule for lawyers: Can ethical norms be an excuse for
breaching the rule?
Nadire Ozdemir (Turkey)
Repensando los derechos colectivos. Una crítica a la teoría de Will Kymlicka
Dante Augusto Palma (Argentina)
The legal paradigm of the mechanism of the new axis time of the initial phase of
post-modern globalization
Grigorii Potapov (Russia)
CP69 Political philosophy 434
Gabriel Vargas Lozano (Mexico)
On the classical tradition and the decline of the West: Taking issue with Habermas
Julian Korab-Karpowicz (Turkey/Poland)
The meaning of political philosophy – Between the ideal and non-ideal theory
Reima Launonen (Finland)
Cooperation, competition, and democracy
Shaomeng Li (China)
The role of moral values in politics. Contemporary understandings and possible effects
Naira Mkrtchyan (Armenia)
CP12 Ethics 436
Harun Tepe (Turkey)
The ethics of geo-engineering
Robin Attfield (UK)
Climate change induced risk imposition – Challenging sufficientarianism
Harald Stelzer (Germany/Austria)
Rights, burdens and the ethics of care
Anthony Kreider (USA)
The 3H pattern of scientific ethics norms
Dan Lin (China)
Overcoming moral minimalism
Alexander Shevchenko (Russia)
CP69 Political philosophy 437
Thalía Fung (Cuba)
Modern democracy and the politics of secularism
Luis Bernando Leite Araujo (Brazil)
Harmonious thinking is a kind of construction philosophy
Shufa Liang (China)
国际政治哲学视域中的“现实主义”康德与“理想主义”摩根索/International political
perspective: “Realistic” Kant and “idealistic” Morgenthau
Congde Liu, Zexiong Ye & Xuan Zeng (China)
Non-ideal theory and religious freedom
Jon Mahoney (USA)
CP12 Ethics 314
Konstantinos Androulidakis (Greece)
The spiritual and moral values as the basis of humanistic philosophical thought
Serik Nurmuratov (Kazakhstan)
Why vegetarianism: An argument for animals’ right to life
Krishna Pathak (India)
Ethical learning and complexity
Giovanny Pinzon Perilla (Colombia)Monday, August 5
14:00-15:50
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CP52 Philosophy of history 432
Lino Veljak (Croatia)
An essay on the possibility of a new conception of history
Kurtul Gülenç (Turkey)
К обоснованию гипотезы o возрастной периодизации интеллектуальной эволюции
человечества/On substantiation of the hypothesis of age periodisation in intellectual
evolution of humanity
Rovshan Hajiyev (Azerbaijan)
Is man the historical subject?
Jifeng Huang (China)
CP50 Philosophy of education 425
Jørgen Huggler (Denmark)
Process vision of education: Unfolding the winner in the learner
Michael Ferrer La Guardia (Philippines)
Mindfulness, consciousness and philosophy
Asimina Lazaridou (Greece)
Transformation of education system as a key factor of society transformation – From the
information society to knowledge societies
Anna Mamchenko (Russia)
Situating the philosophy of education in relations: Toward imagination as finding
commonality in differences
Yasushi Maruyama (Japan)
Ideas of constructivism in philosophy of education
Veronika Bogdanova (Russia)
CP50 Philosophy of education 426
Vasiliki Karavakou (Greece)
Management of education in a society of knowledge
Liliya Matronina (Russia)
Philosophy of education: Models and methodology
Valery Meskov (Russia)
Social-space creative education
Nikolay Metlenkov (Russia)
The western and eastern models of corporate culture and an attempt of their constructive
synthesis in educational practices at Tomsk Scientific Center SB RAS
Tatiana Minchenko (Russia)
Paideia Greque et son importance/Greek paideia and its importance
Ludmila Nikitich (Russia)
CP50 Philosophy of education 427
Betül Çotuksöken (Turkey)
The socio-cultural scheme – Image of the university space
Vladimir Mukin (Russia)
Towards a Marxist-inspired understanding of philosophy of education
Periklis Pavlidis (Greece)
The concept of game in multicultural education. Teaching ethics and art
Claudia Sanese & Florencia Blanco Sanese (Argentina)
The philosophy of the education in the era of the technological reproducibility: The literacy
of the image as literacy to the contemporary time
Angela Medeiros Santi (Brazil)
CP12 Ethics 430
Eleni Leontsini (Greece)
Spinoza: Freedom in an ultramoral sense
Yubraj Aryal (Nepal)Monday, August 5
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Αριςτοτζλθσ και Dewey: Περί ζξισ και λόγου
Ermolaos Psarianos (Greece)
How should a man live? A key to break open the maze of traditional western philosophy
Yihua Qiang (China)
The value of human life, the ethics of fulfilment and the ethics of renunciation
John Quilter (Australia)
The anthropological problem of responsabily in Robert Musil’s The man without qualities
Miguel Angel Ramirez Cordon (Spain)
CP17 Islamic philosophy 433
Chryssi Sidiropoulou (Greece/Turkey)
Revival of “rule-utilitarianism” in contemporary Islamic philosophy – An examination of
post-revolutionary Iran’s Muslim intellectuals
Hosein Dabbagh (UK)
On some concepts of Razi which he does and does not use
Murat Erten (Turkey)
A summary of Proclus’ lost first argument on the eternity of the world in al-Shahrastånī’s
works
Elias Giannakis (Greece)
Cosmological arguments on the existence of God according to al-qadi ‘abd al-jabbar
Ibrahim Mohd Radhi (Malaysia)
Art and Islamic theme and content
Mahdi Bahrami (Ireland)
CP19 Logic 209
Ioannis Stefanou (Greece)
Non-individuals and quasi-set theory
Thomas Benda (Taiwan)
The formation and development of the logic of language in China
Daode Chen (China)
On the classification of natural deduction calculi
Andrzej Indrzejczak (Poland)
Extension of definitional domain for truth and falsehood operators
Sergey Pavlov (Russia)
A Routley-Meyer semantics for Łukasiewicz 3-valued logic Ł3
Gemma Robles (Spain)
Curry’s paradox, generalized contraction rule and depth relevance
José Méndez, Francisco Salto & Gemma Robles (Spain)
CP53 Philosophy of language 421
Ernest Lepore (USA)
La vérité dans la doxa
Mawusse Akue Adotevi (France)
Ludwig Wittgenstein as the most important philosophical figure in the juncture of logicism
and functionalism
Nijolė Aukštuolytė (Lithuania)
Informational function of the meaning and the cognitive role of language
Janina Buczkowska (Poland)
Baking measures and propositions
Eli Dresner (Israel)
Speaker’s intention, signification, and cancellability
Guangwu Feng (China)
CP01 Aesthetics and philosophies of art 628
Elias Constantopoulos (Greece)
The differences of thinking mode between Chinese and Western hermeneuticsMonday, August 5
14:00-15:50
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Xinhua Deng (China)
Выражение невыразимого как коррелят онтологических и гносеологических
оснований духовного
Valeriy Didenko (Russia)
Food and philosophy through Jose Vasconcelos’ aesthetics
Anna-Carolina Dominguez Pallach (Mexico)
Overcoming metaphysics, overcoming aesthetics? The question about art in Heidegger’s
thinking
Carolina Andrea Donnari (Argentina)
Cuestiones de filosofía del arte prehistórico
Jose Fernández Quintano (Spain)
CP11 Environmental philosophy 741
Evangelos Protopapadakis (Greece)
Jain acceptance of life in nonhuman entities as a basis for environmental ethics
Nirmal Baid (USA)
The axiologic undertone of the bio-diversity in East wisdoms
Sandra Baquedano Jer (Chile)
Economic growth or the flourishing of life: The ethical choice global climate change puts to
humanity in the 21st century
Philip Cafaro (USA)
The analysis of historical dialectics on Marxist ecological thought
Jianxia Cui (China)
CP11 Environmental philosophy 812
Demetrios Matthopoulos (Greece)
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin as response to modernity’s nature-human dichotomy: A
philosophical-critical study
Jean Du Toit (South Africa)
Philosophical thinking about the logic levels of the “man and nature” relationship
Jun Feng (China)
La philosophie écologique: La réinvention de la philosophie comme mode de vie
Georgeta Marghescu (Romania)
Green marketing in India: Emerging opportunites and challenges
Om Prakash Gusai (India)
Ontological egalitarianism as the basis for ecological egalitarianism. Heideggerian rejection
of the great chain of being
Magdalena Holy-Luczaj (Poland)
CP11 Environmental philosophy 820
Noriko Hashimoto (Japan)
Humble opinion on relationship between human and nature
Yanfeng Hu (China)
Buddhism and ecological crisis: Challenge and promise in global perspective
Md. Sirajul Islam (India)
Towns and settlements compatible with the biosphere as the future of the humankind
Zinaida Ivanova (Russia)
Political economy as foundation for environmental ethics
David Richard Keller (USA)
Phenomenon of ecological consciousness: Theory and interpretation
Vladimir Korotenko (Kyrgyzstan)
CP14 History of philosophy 821
Hyung-chul Kim (Korea)
An eleventh century Transylvanian philosopher and his modern doxographer: Gerard of
Cenad and Ignatius BatthyányMonday, August 5
14:00-15:50
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Claudiu Marius Mesaros (Romania)
La dimension philosophique de l’amour selon Platon et Simmel
Marceline Morais (Canada)
Plato and Kierkegaard on being radically committed to ethics
Thomas Morris (USA)
Realité et actualité chez Kant
Adrian Nita (Romania)
A crucial passage in Kant’s first analogy
Gregg Osborne (USA)
CP14 History of philosophy 822
Hans Poser (Germany)
Specific difficulties in interpreting the teachings of great philosophers and a method of
overcoming them
Sergey Peruanskiy (Russia)
Das Leben als ein Geschäft. Überlegungen über Schopenhauers Eudämonologie
Nikolae Rambu (Romania)
Explanation of human dignity in Heidegger’s ontology
Valerian Ramishvili (Georgia)
Σο παρελκόν, το παρόν και το μζλλον τθσ φιλοςοφίασ
Georgios Pavlos (Greece)
Aristotle et Joseph de Maistre
Gennady Samuylov (France)
CP03 Bioethics 823
Stavroula Tsinorema (Greece)
Bioethics as practice of normalization
Tatiana Sidorova (Russia)
Human genetic modifications and parental perspectives
William Soderberg (USA)
Advancing bioethical principles through the African worldview and Its potential for
promoting the growth of literature in bioethics: An insight through Thaddeus Metz
Lawrence Ugwuanyi (Nigeria)
Can Darwinism undermine the idea of human dignity?
Rong-Lin Wang (Taiwan)
The ethical issues of Biobank in China
Yanguang Wang (China)
CP03 Bioethics 824
Boris Yudin (Russia)
Humanistic priorities of nanotechnologies and nanoethics
Yadviha Yaskevich (Belarus)
Philosophy of Joy
Irina Zabolotskaya (Russia)
The roots of European bioethics
Ivana Zagorac (Croatia)
Аксиологическая сущность биоэтики/Axiology essence of bioethics
Viktoriya Nikolaevna Zasukhina (Russia)
Individual human existence: Its natural and moral span and boundaries
Boris Yudin (Russia)
CP56 Philosophy of mathematics 825
Dimitra Christopoulou (Greece)
An interpretation of Brouwer’s argument for the bar induction via infinitary proof theory
Ryota Akiyoshi (Japan)
Математизация научного знания и ее проблематикаMonday, August 5
14:00-15:50
42
Igor Alekseev (Russia)
How to have true mathematical beliefs and different mathematical beliefs at the same
time
Costanza Brevini (Italy)
Plato’s theory of ideas and mathematics
Bogdan Dembinski (Poland)
L.E.J. Brouwer’s arguments against the law of the excluded middle
Olga Frolkina (Russia)
Mathematical intuition and Hilbert’s “minimal” philosophy
Vitali Tselishchev (Russia)
CP51 Philosophy of globalization 826
Deen Chatterjee (USA)
About models of a sustainable development of society
Natalya Vlasyuk (Portugal/Italy)
Why do we need practical wisdom? A Chinese lesson in globalizing process
Chang Fu Xu (China)
Global civilizational catastrophe – Positive solution
Alexander Zakharov (Russia)
Globalization: The imperative of a new paradigm
Randall Tolpinrud (USA)
Towards a critique of globalisation
Bregham Dalgliesh (Japan)
CP56 Philosophy of mathematics 827
Costas Dimitracopoulos (Greece)
Beyond Kolmogorov philosophy
Seifedine Kadry (Kuwait)
Философия определит математику/Philosophy will define mathematics
Sergei Kljujkov (Ukraine)
Truth in mathematics
Anna Lemanska (Poland)
Socializing aspects of proof procedure
Jaroslaw Mrozek (Poland)
System approach to the solution of Wigner’s problem
Vasily Perminov (Russia)
CP39 Philosophy and literature 637
Stelios Virvidakis (Greece)
Ελευκερία χωρίσ νόθμα: Ο Adorno και το Τζλοσ του παιχνιδιοφ του Beckett
Thomas Symeonidis (Greece)
The post-Romantic predicament: ‘Second nature’ between unmediated vision and
illegibility
Alex Gordon (UK)
Trakl’s poietic silence: A Quasi Systems-theoretical Dissection
Gökçe Cataloluk (Turkey)
Auden’s poetic excursion into philosophy: A study of his English (1927-38) poetry
Tanuka Das (India)
Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s philosophical investigations on the notion of freedom
Katarzyna Eliasz (Poland)
CP39 Philosophy and literature 639
Basilio Rojo (Mexico)
Das Ding und die Poesie bei Friedrich Schlegel
Cornelia Eşianu (Romania)
Competing for a glimpse of madness: Philosophy vs. LiteratureMonday, August 5
14:00-15:50
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Angelos Evangelou (UK)
Towards a phenomenology of love: Roland Barthes’ A Lover’s discourse: Fragments
Marina Grigoropoulou (Greece)
The philosophy of death in the Yakut literature as the “eternal” question of human
existence
Kiunnei Lekhanova (Russia)
Since there is no road here: Journeys by the swoons of St. John of the Cross’ philosophy
Juan Mansilla Sepúlveda & Claudia Huaiquián Billeke (Chile)
CP01 Aesthetics and philosophies of art 640
Regina Argyraki (Greece)
Art as a way of life and life as a way of art
Haruhiko Fujita (Japan)
La utopía del arte. Un acercamiento al cine desde W. Benjamin/The artistic utopia. W.
Benjamin and the cinema
Carlos Alberto Garcia Camacho (Mexico)
Η ιςτορία τθσ τζχνθσ ωσ «πολυπαραδειγματικι» επιςτιμθ και θ ςχζςθ τθσ με τθ
φιλοςοφία
Eleni Gemtou (Greece)
Ingarden’s quasi-judgment as aesthetic ontology
Augusta Gooch (USA)
The aesthetics uptaking, a privileged path to the knowledge of reality, in the ancient
Mexicans. An experience called La Barranca
Luz María Barreiro Güemes (Mexico)
CP20 Medical ethics 642
Godfrey Tangwa (Cameroon)
Katerina Markezini (Greece)
Philosophical aspects of risk in risk information and risk communication in medicine
Julia Inthorn (Germany)
Buddhist approach to euthanasia
Pramod Kumar (India)
Euthanasia is never “passive” – Inappropriate definitions may make moral problems more
complicated
Lars Johan Materstvedt (Norway)
Dialectic in the modern therapeutic relation
Christos Oikonomou (Greece)
Ο Ιπποκράτθσ και θ ιατρικι ευκφνθ
Gerasimos Rentifis (Greece)
On medical philosophy: From Kant to the future
Eva Neu, Ursula Welscher & Michael Michailov (Germany)
CP46 & CP40 Philosophy of communication and information & Philosophy and media 641
John Poulakos (USA/Greece)
The theory of gaps and intercultural communication
Tatiana Danilchenko (Russia)
Theoretical issues of mass communication in a philosophy of media democracy: The
experience of Kazakhstan
Aleftina Golovchun (Kazakhstan)
Some critical thinking elements in advertising analysis
Gheorghe Clitan (Romania)
Предпосылки проблемы смысла в коммуникации/The background of the problem of
sense in communication
Olga Ivanova (Russia)
CP46 & CP40 Philosophy of communication and information & Philosophy and media 742Monday, August 5
14:00-15:50
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Luciano Floridi (Italy/UK)
Обобщение информации и воспроизводство общества/Reproduction of human dignity
as an idealized norm of teaching
Nikolay Litvak (Russia)
Virtual reality as a new form of material being
Sergei Orlov (Russia)
Effective communication
Laura Lenke Pana (Romania)
Knowledge in the electronic environment
Valeri Terin (Russia)
Methodological orientations of modern virtual technologies
Olga Kataeva (Russia)
14:00-15:50
SM01 Afro-Asian Philosophy Association (AAPA) 524
The role of Afro-Asian Philosophy Association (AAPA) in facing problems of identities in the
Afro-Asian world
SM02 Alain Locke Society (ALS) 525
1. Tolerance as recognition and Lockean reciprocity
Organizer Leonard Harris
Speakers Jacoby Carter
Leonard Harris
SM13 International Association for the Study of Controversies (IASC) 536
General assembly
Organizers Cristina Marras
Marcelo Dascal
SM15 International Association of Women Philosophers (IAPh) 634
IAPh General Assembly 1
Organizer Annemie Halsema
Speakers Susanne Lettow
Stella Villarmea
Waltraud Ernst
Samantha Brennan
Tuija Pulkkinen
Annemie Halsema
SM05 Conference on Philosophical Societies (CoPS) 438
Philosophical thinking and cultural values
Organizer G. John M. Abbarno
Speakers On self-position of cultural socialism of Chinese characteristics
Yin Yan
The social self-criticism on the threshhold of evaluation
Chen Xinhan
To lead: The key words of socialist core value system
Qiu Ren-fu
The relationship of righteousness and interest: Doctrine of the mean- a cultural
interpretation of China’s development
Huang Kaifeng
Social justice: An overall wealth outlook
He Shankan
Surface culture and deep culture
Thomas MagnellMonday, August 5
14:00-15:50
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SM16 International Plato Society (IPS) 545
Reading Plato: Dialogue and literature 1
Organizer Mauro Tulli
Speakers Tomas Calvo
Gabriele Cornelli
Michael Erler
Noburu Notomi
Tomas Robinson
Mauro Tulli
SM19 International Society for Metaphysics 544
Metaphysics at the crossroads of inter-subjective, inter-cultural, and inter-religious dialogue
SM10 Institute of Philosophy, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences 618
Philosophy and life-world 3
Organizer Xirong He
Speakers Sumei Cheng
Xiaohe Lu
Xuanmeng Yu
Derong Pan
Guorong Yang
Zhenhua Yu
Feng Lu
Jeffrey Riegel
James Behuniak
Geir Sigurðsson
Haibo Wei
SM35 Union mondiale des sociétés catholiques de philosophie/World Union of Catholic
Philosophical Societies 204
1. Cultural change and the place of religion
Speakers William Sweet
Cristal Huang
Joseph C. A. Agbakoba
SM12 International Association of Greek Philosophy (IAGP) 538
The concept of form and way of life
Chairpersons Christos Evangeliou
Chryssoula Gitsoulis
Aikaterini Lefka
Speakers In defense of homo sapiens
Jeremiah Reedy
Buddhism as a form and way of life
Debika Saha
The concept of eugonia in reproduction of life according to Plato and Plutarch
Sophia Stamouli
Plato’s karmic ethics
John Bussanich
SM14 International Association of Jaspers Societies 734
Karl Jaspers’ philosophy as inquiry and way of life 1
Organizer Andreas Cesana
Speakers Gregory Walters
Edith Struchholz-Pommeranz
Anton HügliMonday, August 5
14:00-15:50
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Babette Babich
Indu Sarin
Mario Wenning
Stephen Erickson
Sonia Mansour Robaey
Philippe Robaey
Jann E. Schlimme
Daniel Eric Alvin Adsett
Mashuq Ally
Albrecht Kiel
David Nichols
Charles LePage
Jun Fukaya
Tsuyoshi Nakayama
Sawako Hanyu
Shinichiro Morinaga
Czeslawa Piecuch
Lars Lambrecht
Hermann-Josef Seideneck
Seung Chul Kim
Satoshi Okada
Yoshihiro Wada
Thomas Rolf
Elena Bezzubova
Nebil Reyhani
Alina Feld
Boleslaw Andrzejewski
Dorota Barcik
Iwona Alechnowicz
Magdalena Filipiak
Oliver Immel
Akihiko Hirano
Rajesh Shukla
Maciej Urbanek
Fumiaki Hashizume
Csaba Olay
Endre Kiss
Mao Naito
Magdalena Derezinska-Osiecka
Stefania Achella
Bernd Weidmann
Jean-Claude Gens
Richard Anthony Feist
SM18 International Society for Environmental Ethics 740
2. International perspectives on environmental ethics: Africa, Asia and Latin America
Organizer Philip Cafaro
Speakers Ricardo Rozzi
Chigbo Ekwealo
Patricia Glazebrook
Yang Tongjin
Guo Hui
Teresa Kwiatkowska
SM23 North American Sartre Society (NASS) 745
1. Nothingness: Power and fragilityMonday, August 5
14:00-15:50
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Organizer Kenneth Anderson
Speakers Bill Martin
Matthew Ally
SM26 Radical Philosophy Association (RPA) 829
3. Cosmopolitanism, national partiality, & global economic justice
Organizer Harry van der Linden
Speakers Rodney Peffer
Richard Arneson
Enrique Dussel
Chen Zhen
Hon Lam Li
SM33 Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (SAAP) 1 636
Social thought and action in pragmatism
Organizer Kenneth Stikkers
Speakers Rebuilding science to reform the world? John Dewey on science and social action
María Aurelia Di Berardino
Pragmatist concept of democracy in the context of consensus/agonism discussion
in contemporary political theory
Leszek Koczanowicz
Evaluating normative frameworks for policy making – A role for pragmatist
philosophy?
Philipp Dorstewitz
SM34 The World Institute for Advanced Phenomenological Research and Learning 635
New perspectives of metaphysics from phenomenology of life in our post-modern times
1. Phenomenology of life between metaphysics and post-metaphysics
Chair Gianfranco Basti
Speakers Daniela Verducci
Michela Beatrice Ferri
Rosemary Gray
Rihards Kulis
Paola Ricci Sindoni
Francesco Totaro
16:00-17:50
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 311
Tomás Calvo (Spain)
Aristotle’s nous as telos-related reasoning – Towards an explanation
Shenbai Liao (China)
Virtue, nature and practice: On the reassessment of Aristotle’s concept of virtue
Jing Liu (China)
Platonic ethics: Is it applicable?
Rajesaheb D. Maradkar (India)
The principle of non-contradiction in Metaphysics IV
Antonio Manuel Martins (Portugal)
Ο Φουκϊ για τθν «επιμζλεια εαυτοφ» ςτθν ελλθνορωμαϊκι αρχαιότθτα
Nicholaos Mastorakos (Greece)
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 312
Vassilis Karasmanis (Greece)
Aristotle’s akrasia: The role of potential knowledge and practical syllogism
Imge Oranli (Turkey/USA)
Are the parts of the soul three or nine according to Plato?
Dimitris Papadis (Cyprus)Monday, August 5
16:00-17:50
48
Hacer y Obrar: Una reflexion a partir de Aristoteles
Blanca Quinonez (Argentina)
Μια υποτικζμενθ αντίφαςθ ςτον Τίμαιον (54a5-B2) του Πλάτωνα/A supposed
contradiction in Plato’s Timaeus (54a5-b2)
Georgios Koumakis (Greece)
Η ςτωϊκι απάκεια και θ επικοφρεια αταραξία
Andreas Manos (Greece)
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 315
Aikaterini Lefka (Greece/Belgium)
Θεαίτθτοσ: Σα κριτιρια τθσ γνϊςθσ/Theaetetus: The criteria of knowledge
Kerasenia Papalexiou (Greece)
Epagōgē, nous and phantasia in Aristotle’s logical system: From Posterior Analytics to De
anima
Christos Pechlivanidis (Greece)
Calypso’s oath: On biased traditions in philosophy
Maja Pellikan-Engel (Netherlands)
Plato’s use of shadow-painting as a metaphor for deceptive speech
Zacharoula Petraki (Greece)
The Bastards (Why Socrates quotes Theognis)
Matus Porubjak (Slovakia)
CP54 Philosophy of law 316
Andreas Føllesdall (Norway)
Appropriating Islamic law for international law?
Norman Swazo (Saudi Arabia)
Hart and Dworkin debate around judicial discretion
Iliana Vanegas Fortich (Ukraine) & Yezid Carrillo de la Rosa (Colombia)
Conflicts between basic rights and balancing: Why should judges abandon the
deontological stance?
Marina Velasco (Brazil)
CP69 Political philosophy 434
Eleni Kalokairinou (Greece)
Cultural claims and deliberative democracy
Plamen Makariev (Bulgaria)
The ancient as modern: Leo Strauss and the revival of classical political philosophy
Spiros Makris (Greece)
Modernity and modern state – A new reading
Jonathan Hernandes Marcantonio (Brazil)
Políticas y saberes de la existencia: Metamorfosis y subjetivación/Politics and knowledges
of existence: Metamorphosis and subjectivation
Agostina Marchi (Argentina)
Temporal privacy: A philosophical contribution to today’s privacy discussions
Julia Maria Moenig (Germany)
CP12 Ethics 436
Harun Tepe (Turkey)
La cuestión ética en Foucault : Ejercicio de dominio de sí y de los otros frente la práctica de
la libertad
Luz María Lozano (Colombia)
In the name of the Father: Ethical argumentation around lesbian co-motherhood in
Argentina
Emiliano Marello (Argentina)
Tolérance et empathie–Valeurs centrales de l’aide sociale dans une société en changement
Sorin-Tudor Maxim (Romania)Monday, August 5
16:00-17:50
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A pleasurable life: J.S. Mill’s view re-visited
Madhumita Mitra (India)
The ethics of opacity: Pain, violence, spirituality
Luis Fernando Rodriguez Lanuza (Mexico)
CP12 Ethics 314
Konstantinos Androulidakis (Greece)
“Experiments” in Ethics: The burning embryos
Pandora Sifnioti (Greece)
Geo-ethics: Nature and principles
Ashok Kumar Sinha (India)
Проблема счастья в Никомаховой этике Аристотеля/The problem of happiness in
Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics
Greta Solovyeva (Kazakhstan)
“Multifactorial” moral motivation and the triadic structure of the mind
Francesco Belfiore (Italy)
Some features of the problem of moral choice
Varvara Samokhvalova (Russia)
CP50 Philosophy of education 425
Jørgen Huggler (Denmark)
Dialectics of international and national philosophy of education (for example Russia)
Valeriy Pavlovskiy (Russia)
Critical theory and political education
Pavlos Perperidis (Greece)
Inquiry and thought: Conditions of possibility for autonomy
Alejandra Quiroz Hernandez (Mexico)
Воспитание – важнейшая составляющая социализации личности
Zilya Rakhmatullina (Russia)
Problem of spirituality of educational space and globalization
Alexandra Savostina (Russia)
CP52 Philosophy of history 426
Lino Veljak (Croatia)
Global historism as philosophy of global history
Tatiana Shestova (Russia)
The revolution of spirit as a category of philosophy of history
Vladimir Shevchenko (Russia)
The legitimacy of the modern age in discussion: Blumenberg versus Löwith and Arendt
Paulina Sosnowska (Poland)
Коэволюция естественного и социального
Nadjezda Soubbotina (Russia)
CP50 Philosophy of education 427
Grigoris Karafyllis (Greece)
Developing learning cities and education societies through engaged-learning theory
Leodis Scott (USA)
Образование как путь к свободе
Victoria Shadrina (Russia)
Glamour education as a phenomenon
Mikhail Shchelkunov (Russia)
Re-visiting “self-reliance”: Emersonian variations on bildung
Claudia Schumann (Germany)
Humanities in education: From paideia to manipulation of consciousness
Marina Shestakova (Russia)Monday, August 5
16:00-17:50
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CP26 Ontology 428
Alexandros Theodoridis (Greece)
Towards Leibnizian possibility. Formal frame of some modal theory of concepts
Kordula Świętorzecka (Poland)
Pyphagoras and ontological (monistic) tradition
Fan Valishin (Russia)
Я и ничто
Dmitry Voropaev (Russia)
Prädikatenlogischer und zeichenlogischer Veränderungsbegriff
Matthias Warkus (Germany)
The spiritual-heuristic concept of objective reality: Metaphysics of spirit/Духовно-
эвристическая концепция бытия: Метафизика духа
Vladimir Sazonov (Russia)
CP12 Ethics 430
Eleni Leontsini (Greece)
Contemporary pursuits of philosophy as a way of life: Cooper, Hadot, Nehamas
Stylianos Giamarelos (Greece)
Moral culture of the person in educational process as an aspect of humanistic outlook
Muhiddinjon Teshabaev (Uzbekistan)
Η ευτυχία, το αρχαιότερο όνειρό μασ: Η πρόταςθ του Απολλϊνιου Συανζα/Happiness, our
most ancient dream: The proposal of Apollonius of Tyana
Theodora Tzanetaki (Greece)
Этика человеческого достоинства и ненасилие
Julia Voropaeva (Russia)
The energetics of being: Framing technologies for the self
Thomas Seguin (France)
CP60 Philosophy of physics 432
Vassilis Karakostas (Greece)
The influence of Plato’s cave allegory on a modern physical theory
Dionysios Raftopoulos (Greece)
On the notion of truth in quantum mechanics: A category-theoretic standpoint
Vassilios Karakostas (Greece) & Elias Zafeiris (Hungary)
Physics of Aristotle and physics of Leibniz
Victor Lega (Russia)
CP17 Islamic philosophy 433
Elias Giannakis (Greece)
Imam Gazzali’s refutation of the philosopher’s belief in the impossibility of a departure
from the natural course of events
Hasan Jahangir Alam (Bangladesh)
Древние традиции и философия Абу Насра аль-Фараби (873-950)
Anel Kassymzhanova (Kazakhstan)
Islamic ethics of global peace
Latīf Hussain Shah Kazmi (India)
Исламская философия в дискурсе современности: Проблемы и тенденции/Islamic
philosophy in discourse present: Issues and trends
Galya Kurmangaliyeva & Natalya Seitakhmetova (Kazakhstan)
Value-implications of Sufi hermeneutics
Sanaullah Mir (India)
Ibn Tufayl’s Hay Ibn Yaqzan. Language, community and identity
Chrissi Sidiropoulou (Turkey)
CP53 Philosophy of language 421
Maria Venieri (Greece)Monday, August 5
16:00-17:50
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How could pragmatics be transcendental?
Hong Li (China)
Hindi literature: A mirror of composite Indian culture
Rekha Mishra (India)
Horwich and semantic epistemicism
Sergi Oms (Spain)
Jacques Derrida et l’itérabilité du texte
Herve Toussaint Ondoua (Cameroon)
CP53 Philosophy of language 547
Eleni Manolakaki (Greece)
Ludwig Wittgenstein: The swim against the tide
Sushobhona Pal (India)
Sense and reference of proper names
Emmanuel Perakis (Greece)
Russell on negative facts: Some problems and prospects
Evangelos Plithas (Greece)
Современный миф как форма посттеоретического мышления: Семиотический анализ
Vladimir Plokhotnyuk (Russia)
Problematic nature of scientific language as τζχνθ
Vitali Rachkov-Apraksin (Russia)
CP01 Aesthetics and philosophies of art 628
Elias Constantopoulos (Greece)
A hybrid approach to the aesthetics of the natural environment
Margaret Hodges (Canada)
The changing positions of the artist in society
Pia Maria Houni (Finland)
Ohne die Farben des Lebens: Hegels Deutung der griechischen Skulptur
Francesca Iannelli (Italy)
Aesthetic issues of digital graphic art
Natali Kareva (Russia)
Philosophy of art and art of cinema
Abdullah Kaygi (Turkey)
CP11 Environmental philosophy 741
Evangelos Protopapadakis (Greece)
The rhetoric of the apocalypse and the end of the postmodern: Where the environmental
left meets the authoritarian right
Wendy Lynne Lee (USA)
Environmental justice and global human rights: Aspects of self as agency for sustaining the
natural world
Ruth Miller Lucier (USA)
Future, temporal studies and conceptual systems of ecology
Olga Malyukova (Russia)
The Stoic notion of “living according to nature” and its influence in Arne Naess’
environmental philosophy
Michael Mantzanas (Greece)
On the ethos of rice and Aldo Leopold’s land ethic and aesthetic
Jeanette Yasol-Naval (Philippines)
CP11 Environmental philosophy 812
Demetrios Matthopoulos (Greece)
Concepts in environmental aesthetics
Demetrios Matthopoulos (Greece)Monday, August 5
16:00-17:50
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Filosofía andina – Reflexiones en torno a la contaminación del medio ambiente
andino/Andean philosophy – Reflections on Andean environmental pollution
Mario Mejía-Huamán (Peru)
Which kind of rights? Reclaiming, public rights and commons ownership
Daniel Mishori (Israel)
Δικαιϊματα των ηϊων και παράπλευροι διαχειριςτικοί μθχανιςμοί
Anastasia Mpompolaki (Greece)
Climate change and future generations
Tipsatree Tipmontree & Pratumtip Thongcharoen (Thailand)
CP11 Environmental philosophy 820
Noriko Hashimoto (Japan)
The environmental problem as a philosophical problem
Markku Oksanen (Finland)
The dawning of the environmental ethics in the 21st century
Antonio Queiros (Portugal)
Los otros del futuro y la ética de la responsabilidad ambiental
Telma Maria Santos Machado (Brazil)
The relation between depletion of nature and the idea of “science”
Ezgi Ece Çelik (Turkey)
Ecological crisis and global responsibility ethics
Anastasia Kokovkina (Russia)
CP14 History of philosophy 821
Hyung-chul Kim (Korea)
Virtue and happiness: The Humean connection
Juan Santos (Canada)
Being moral and loving oneself: Kant on self-love, self-conceit and morality
Elvira Simfa (Latvia)
Mill on function of art in the cultivation of virtue
Wei Song (China)
On the current relevance of Hegel’s conception of freedom
Miguel Angel Giusti (Peru)
Exploring philosophical historiographical problems and methods
Barend van der Walt (South Africa)
CP22 Metaphilosophy 820
Sami Pihlstrom (Finland)
Philosophical critique and perceived practical irrelevance
Bruce Morito (Canada)
Protreptikos oder Kokolores – Transzendental-pragmatizistische Überlegungen zur
Metaphilosophie
Werner Moskopp (Germany)
Philosophy as the self-defining discipline
Stephen Palmquist (USA/China)
A holistic pragmatist conception of metaphilosophy
Sami Pihlstrom (Finland)
CP14 History of philosophy 823
Hans Poser (Germany)
Kant on space and directions – Some comments in light of the Negative Magnitudes
Anita Leirfall (Norway)
Antonio Damasio and Spinoza: About passions and the body
Paola Giacomoni (Italy)
Has Kant answered Hume’s causal scepticism?
Andrew Ward (UK)Monday, August 5
16:00-17:50
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Hume on space, geometry, and knowledge
Stanley Tweyman (Canada)
Leibnizian philosophy at the junction of Platonism and Aristotelianism
Riccardo Pozzo (Italy)
CP51 Philosophy of globalization 824
Byron Kaldis (Greece)
The phenomenon of globalization: Problems and opportunities of systemic interpretation
Anatoly Zelenkov (Russia)
Are multiple modernities possible?
Shifa Zhao (China)
How is global justice possible?
Chen Zhen (China)
Directions and modernity: ‘East’, ‘West’, ‘North’ – Who meets the ‘South’?
Britta Saal (Germany)
Глобальные вызовы национальному государству и национально-государственной
власти в условиях современного мирового порядка
Rida Zekrist (Russia)
CP56 Philosophy of mathematics 825
Costas Dimitracopoulos (Greece)
A proposed solution to two puzzles in mathematical mapping
Donald Poochigian (USA)
Pragmatism and the ‘science of inquiry’: Peirce’s plea for realism and diagrammatic
reasoning
Paniel Reyes Cardenas (UK)
Dilemma about number
David Svoboda & Prokop Sousedik (Czech Republic)
The insufficiency of the traditional Platonism from the viewpoint of incompatible
mathematical theories
Janos Tanacs (Hungary)
Mathematics as objectivization: Changing ontology of subject-matter
Anatoli Chusov (Russia)
CP02i Ancient Greek philosophy-Presocratic philosophy 826
Andrei Lebedev (Greece/Russia)
Identity and difference in Parmenides
Evaldo Kuiava (Brazil)
Idealism in early Greek philosophy: The case of Pythagoreans and Eleatics
Andrei Lebedev (Greece/Russia)
CP54 Philosophy of law 827
Michael Paroussis (Greece)
Constructing penology for international criminal law
Jouni Westling (Finland)
The value basis of evidence rules
Baosheng Zhang (China)
Normas jurídicas generales e individuales: Relaciones entre las mutaciones de sentido, la
pretensión de corrección y la seguridad jurídica/General and individual rules: Links
between sense changes, the claim of correction and the legal security
Helga Maria Lell (Argentina)
Legal philosophy in the courtroom: Can legal positivism explain theoretical disagreements?
Thomas Bustamante (Brazil)
CP39 Philosophy and literature 637
Stelios Virvidakis (Greece)Monday, August 5
16:00-17:50
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Ο Χριςτόσ ξαναςταυρώνεται, Νίκου Καηαντηάκθ: Περί του καλοφ και του κακοφ ι θ
κλειςτι και θ ανοιχτι θκικι / Christ recrucified by Nikos Kazantzakis: On good and evil or
‘closed’ and open morality
Agatha Markati (Greece)
Hermenéutica y alcances de la palabra metafórica en De Cain et Abel de Ambrosio de
Milán/Hermeneutics and scopes of metaphorical word in Cain and Abel by Ambrose of
Milan
Lidia Raquel Miranda Ferrari (Argentina)
Le héros tragique autonome et la rupture avec la cité : L’ Apolis
Athena Mirasyesis (Greece)
Философия войны в эпосе и ее отражение в современной литературе (“Илиада”
Гомера и А. Барикко “Гомер. Илиада”)
Vera Mostovaya (Russia)
Sadean libertinage as a technology of the self
Natalia Zorrilla (Argentina)
CP39 Philosophy and literature 638
Tanella Boni (Ivory Coast)
Human values and the lyrics of Dr. Bhupen Hazarika
Jagadish Patgiri (India)
La sabiduría de los Siete Sabios en el Edipo Rey de Sófocles
Silvia Susana Rita Reyes & Marcela Alejandra Ristorto (Argentina)
Narrative and the idea of sequence
Majid Heidari & Mohamad Rikhtegaran (Iran)
Philosophy as literature – Three notable cases in Latin America essayism: Bolívar, Martí, Zea
Alfonso Rodríguez Manzano (Colombia)
“Inner Speech” as a space of intersubjectivity
Erika Ruonakoski (Finland)
CP39 Philosophy and literature 639
Basilio Rojo (Mexico)
Tο πλατωνικό δόγμα τθσ ακαναςίασ τθσ ψυχισ ςυνδυαςμζνο με τθν ζννοια τθσ ακαναςίασ
του Μίλαν Κοφντερα – Ο μυςτικόσ διάλογοσ του ΢ωκράτουσ και του Κοφντερα με τον
ποιθτι Νίκο Γκάτςο
Panagiotis Skopeteas (Greece)
Reading with Jacques Derrida: Philosophy and politics in Jorge Luis Borges’ The wall and
the books
Nataly Tcherepashenets (USA)
What kind of war is there? Exploring the philosophy of Leonard Cohen
Thomas Thiesen (Germany)
The Iliad: the first political theorist
Christopher Vasillopulos (USA)
Κ.Π. Καβάφθσ (1885 – 1933) και F. Nietzsche (1844 – 1900): Οι «ανεπίκαιροι»
Katerina Zacharopoulos (Greece)
CP01 Aesthetics and philosophies of art 640
Regina Argyraki (Greece)
The aesthetics of place in Plato’s Phaedrus
Chara Kokkiou (Greece)
“Musicality” as the universal aesthetic category
Galina Kolomiets (Russia)
Audial conceptual image
Victor Kulbizhekov (Russia)
The contributions of Indian philosophy to aesthetics
Shail Kumari (India)
Metatheoretical solution of the paradox of fictionMonday, August 5
16:00-17:50
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Lisa Katharin Schmalzried (Germany)
CP20 Medical ethics 642
Katerina Markezini (Greece)
Age norms and life plans: Normative conceptions of the life course and their relevance for
theoretical and applied medical ethics
Mark Schweda (Germany)
Reconciling reductionistic and holistic health with weak emergence
William Stempsey (USA)
Analysis of the original meaning of “cultivating Yang in spring and summer, while
protecting Yin in autumn and winter” on the basis of the evolution of the Yin-yang theory
Ya Su & Shasha Yang (China)
Caught between a brain and the Greek blue sea: Reflections on what one does when
testing archived cerebrospinal fluid specimens and something novel is identified
George Zahariadis (Canada)
On social responsibility of medical philosophy in context of odontology
Helmut Walsch, Eva Neu, Michael Michailov & Lothar-Yorck Zebuhr (Germany)
CP46 & CP40 Philosophy of communication and information & Philosophy and media 641
John Poulakos (USA/Greece)
Philosophy of cyberspace, society, culture and transparency in ICTs
Fivos Papadimitriou (Greece)
The antinomies of e-kind/e-illusion/
Gergana Pencheva-Apostolova (Bulgaria)
Communicative problems of modern society: Theoretical conceptualization
Liubov Podgornaya (Russia)
New «being» of human and category of «information» in the space of modern civilization
Raushan Sartayeva (Kazakhstan)
Communication norm in intersubjective practice: Sense translation and value reference
Olga Shipunova (Russia)
CP46 & CP40 Philosophy of communication and information & Philosophy and media 742
Luciano Floridi (Italy/UK)
Just information warfare
Mariarosaria Taddeo (UK)
Archival philosophy: Are we in the age of access?
Andres Tello (Spain)
An analysis of semantic information based on philosophical study of machine discovery
Xiaohong Wang (China)
New stage of the information society’s development
Nikolay Zykov (Russia)
Metropolis of the XXIst century – Creation of communicative reality
Elena Krivykh (Russia)
CP44 Philosophy of action 830
Francisco Naishtat (Argentina)
Ideopractice as social action in the era of pluralism
Viktoria Kravchenko (Russia)
About the possibility of acting without a desire
Mikael Melan (Finland)
Practical rationality and common good
Matteo Negro (Italy)
Doing without the instrumental principle: A Kantian account
Jamsheed Siyar (USA)
Addictive action and difficulty
Susanne Uusitalo (Finland)Monday, August 5
16:00-17:50
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16:00-17:50
SM01 Afro-Asian Philosophy Association (AAPA) 524
The role of Afro-Asian Philosophy Association (AAPA) in facing problems of identities in the
Afro-Asian world
SM02 Alain Locke Society (ALS) 525
2. Cosmopolitanism
Organizer Leonard Harris
Speakers Kenneth Stikkers
Todd Franklin
SM25 Polish Philosophical Society 633
Philosophical foundations of Poznao School of methodology
Organizer Krzysztof Brzechczyn
Speakers Giacomo Borbone
Thomas Nickles
Vladimir Shevchenko
Krzysztof Brzechczyn
SM15 International Association of Women Philosophers (IAPh) 634
IAPh General Assembly 2
Organizer Annemie Halsema
Speakers Susanne Lettow
Stella Villarmea
Waltraud Ernst
Samantha Brennan
Tuija Pulkkinen
Annemie Halsema
SM05 Conference on Philosophical Societies (CoPS) 438
Philosophical thinking and cultural values
Organizer G. John M. Abbarno
Speakers On the logical value of the horizon line
Ning Lina
The formation and development of the logic of language in China
Chen Daode
Value is human being itself and human self-realization
Liu Jintian
The theory of culture value
Sun Meitang
Global poverty and moral obligation
G. John M. Abbarno
A philosophy that addresses Chinese issues
Feng Ping
SM16 International Plato Society (IPS) 536
Reading Plato: Dialogue and literature 2
Organizer Mauro Tulli
Speakers Tomas Calvo
Gabriele Cornelli
Michael Erler
Noburu Notomi
Tomas Robinson
Mauro TulliMonday, August 5
16:00-17:50
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SM24 North American Society for Social Philosophy (NASSP) 544
Globalizing philosophy
Organizer Sally Scholz
Speakers William McBride
Deen Chatterjee
Gail Presbey
SM10 Institute of Philosophy, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences 618
Philosophy and life-world 4
Organizer Xirong He
Speakers Sumei Cheng
Xiaohe Lu
Xuanmeng Yu
Derong Pan
Guorong Yang
Zhenhua Yu
Feng Lu
Jeffrey Riegel
James Behuniak
Geir Sigurðsson
Haibo Wei
SM35 Union mondiale des sociétés catholiques de philosophie/World Union of Catholic
Philosophical Societies 204
2. Science and religion in dialogue
Speakers John Ozolins
Yeping Hu
Warayuth Sriwarakuel
SM12 International Association of Greek Philosophy (IAGP) 538
The concept of form and way of life
Chairpersons John Poulakos
Maria Adam
Sophia Stamouli
Speakers The Socratic way: Philosophy of life and death
Christos Evangeliou
Wittgenstein’s conception of philosophy as a way of life
Chrysoula Gitsoulis
Way of life, ethos and place: The concepts of lebensform and lebenswelt
Ion Terzoglou
The philosophical way of life in al-Råzī’s Ṭibb al-rūḥānī
Theodora Zampaki
SM14 International Association of Jaspers Societies 734
Karl Jaspers’ philosophy as inquiry and way of life 3
Organizer Andreas Cesana
Speakers Gregory Walters
Edith Struchholz-Pommeranz
Anton Hügli
Babette Babich
Indu Sarin
Mario Wenning
Stephen Erickson
Sonifa Mansour Robaey
Philippe Robaey
Jann E. SchlimmeMonday, August 5
16:00-17:50
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Daniel Eric Alvin Adsett
Mashuq Ally
Albrecht Kiel
David Nichols
Charles LePage
Jun Fukaya
Tsuyoshi Nakayama
Sawako Hanyu
Shinichiro Morinaga
Czeslawa Piecuch
Lars Lambrecht
Hermann-Josef Seideneck
Seung Chul Kim
Satoshi Okada
Yoshihiro Wada
Thomas Rolf
Elena Bezzubova
Nebil Reyhani
Alina Feld
Boleslaw Andrzejewski
Dorota Barcik
Iwona Alechnowicz
Magdalena Filipiak
Oliver Immel
Akihiko Hirano
Rajesh Shukla
Maciej Urbanek
Fumiaki Hashizume
Csaba Olay
Endre Kiss
Mao Naito
Magdalena Derezinska-Osiecka
Stefania Achella
Bernd Weidmann
Jean-Claude Gens
Richard Anthony Feist
SM18 International Society for Environmental Ethics 740
3. International perspectives on environmental ethics: Europe and the United States
Organizer Philip Cafaro
Speakers Eugene Hargrove
Yrjo Sepanmaa
Kurt Jax
Alexandria Poole
Ignacio Ayesteran
Piergiacomo Pagano
Isis Brook
Thomas Heyd
Wang Guopin
SM23 North American Sartre Society (NASS) 745
2. Consciousness, meaning, world
Organizer Kenneth Anderson
Speakers Craig Vasey
Stanley Konecky
Erik NakjavaniMonday, August 5
16:00-17:50
59
SM33 Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (SAAP) 2 636
Inquiry, assertibility, and logic in pragmatism
Organizer Kenneth Stikkers
Speakers News from the lost world: A re-examination of Dewey’s concept of warranted
assertibility in connection with the realism-antirealism issue
Angel Faerna
John Dewey’s post-postmodern logic
Larry Hickman
John Dewey’s radical logic: The function of the qualitative in thinking
Gregory Pappas
SM34 The World Institute for Advanced Phenomenological Research and Learning 635
New perspectives of metaphysics from phenomenology of life in our post-modern times
2. Phenomenology of life and ontology or “metaphysica generalis”
Chair Daniela Verducci
Speakers Francesco Alfieri OFM
Gianfranco Basti
Giovanna Costanzo
Salahaddin Khalilov
Erkut Sezgin
16:00-17:50
IS51 The way of living: Competition, cooperation and the art of controversies 2 829
Chair Marcelo Dascal
Tel Aviv University
Israel
Speakers Anna Carolina Regner
Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos (UNISINOS)
Brazil
Matthias Armgardt
University of Konstanz
Germany
Daniel L. Everett
Bentley University
USA
Thomas Gloning
Justus-Liebig-Universität
Germany
Shahid Rahman
Université Charles de Gaulle III
France
IS09 Content and communication 619
Philosophy of language
Chair Maite Ezcurdia
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Mexico
Speakers Eleonora Orlando
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Argentina
Marco Ruffino
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
Maite Ezcurdia
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de MexicoMonday, August 5
16:00-17:50
60
Mexico
IS58 Varieties of scientific realism 547
Chair Stathis Psillos
Department of Philosophy and History of Science
University of Athens
Greece
Speakers Ilkka Niiniluoto
University of Helsinki
Finland
Michel Ghins
Institut Supérieur de Philosophie
Université catholique de Louvain
Belguim
Mario Alai
Universita di Urbino “Carlo Bo”
Italy
Dimitra Christopoulou
Department of Philosophy
University of Patras
Greece
IS39 Social epistemology after 25 years: Where we have been and where we might go 445
Chair Ilya Kasavin
Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences
Russia
Speakers Steve Fuller
University of Warwick
UK
Ilya Kasavin
Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences
Russia
Joan Leach
The University of Queensland
Australia
James Collier
Virginia Tech
USA
18:00-19:50
SYMP4 Art and cultures AULA
Chair Pavlos Christodoulides (Greece)
Speakers Jos De Mul (Netherlands)
Athens, or the fate of Europe. Two faces of Greek tragedy
Yacouba Konaté (Ivory Coast)
Pour qui crée l’artiste africain ?
Wolfgang Welsch (Germany)
Protokulturelle und transkulturelle Dimensionen der Kunst
Tom Rockmore (USA)
20:00-20:30
Opening exhibition 6
th floor
Art in the era of crisis
20:30-22:00Monday, August 5
16:00-17:50
61
Theatrical play AULA
Schopenhauer by Theodosius PelegrinisTuesday, August 6
09:00-10:50
62
Tuesday, August 6
09:00-10:50
SYMP5 Technology and the environment AULA
Chair Workineh Kelbessa (Ethiopia)
Speakers Kristin Shrader-Frechette (USA)
Wearing Glaucon’s ring, stopping invisible pollution harms: Epigenetic Toxins,
child malprogramming, disease-dysfunction
Esa Saarinen (Finland)
Life-philosophical lecturing as a systems-intelligent technology of the Self
Junichi Murata (Japan)
What can we learn from Fukushima?: Multi-dimensionality of technology
Moritz Riemann (Germany)
Radioactive waste, technology assessment and democracy
09:00-10:50
RT03 Confucianism for humanity, human understanding and world philosophy 312
Organizer Chung-ying Cheng (USA/China)
Speakers On virtue and reason: Toward an integrative theory of de and arête
Chung-ying Cheng (USA/China)
Hans Poser (Germany)
Guenter Zoeller (Germany)
Dagfinn Follesdal (Norway/USA)
Yi Guo (China)
Keqian Xu (China)
RT06 Phenomenology of place and environmental ethics 315
Organizer Tetsuya Kono (Japan)
Speakers Topology and hermeneutics
Jeff Malpas (Australia)
Phenomenology and ethnophysiography
B. Bruce Janz (USA)
A phenomenological approach to environmental designs for human possibility
Satoshi Inagaki (Japan)
On the disruption of place and the arrival of futurity, Jean Luc Nancy: From utopic
to ectopic community
Joanna Hodge (UK)
Toward a phenomenological ethics of environment
Tetsuya Kono (Japan)
RT09 The discussion of the moral main body generates 316
Organizer Xiping Feng (China)
Speakers Shigeru Iwasa (Japan)
Choi Young-Jin (Korea)
G. John M. Abbarno (USA)
Jinfen Yan (Canada)
Workineh Kelbessa (Ethiopia)
Hortensia Cuéllar (Mexico)
Liqing Zhang (China)
Kaifeng Huang (China)
Nianchun Shu (China)
Chang Jiang (China)
Formation mechanism of moral subject – On ontology of moral subject based on
Pre-qin Ethics
Xiping Feng (China)
Weiping Sun (China)
Chen Xinhan (China)Tuesday, August 6
09:00-10:50
63
Junfeng Ma (China)
Maotang Dai (China)
Yihua Qiang (China)
Jialian Li (China)
Hongyan Zhou (China)
Linan Tian (China)
Dingxin Zhang (China)
Xiaoming Yi (China)
Yonggang Zhao (China)
Thomas Magnell (USA)
RT12 A return to the Greeks, root of a philosophy of tomorrow in the works of Eduardo Nicol
436
Organizer Juliana González Valenzuela (Mexico)
Speakers Ley, razón y nombre del ser. Notas sobre el logos entre Platón y Nicol
Maria Lida Mollo (Italy)
Vigencia de la concepción de la naturaleza humana en El Banquete de Platón,
según Nicol
Mauricio Cuevas Andrade (Mexico)
Asombro, logos: una vocación filosófica en Eduardo Nicol
María Teresa De La Garza Camino (Mexico)
En busca de la república perdida. Eduardo Nicol y los caminos de la polis
Antolin Sanchez Cuervo (Spain)
Poesía, ser y pensar en Eduardo Nicol
Susana Carapia Vargas (Mexico)
Unidad y pluralidad. Comunidad del principio y diversidad expresiva del logos en
Eduardo Nicol
Aldo Guarneros Monterrubio (Mexico)
RT15 Awareness, activity and agency 437
Organizer Jose-Filipe Silva (Portugal)
Speakers The passivity of intellect’s activity
Miira Tuominen (Finland)
Weakness of the will and the transparency of practical reasoning in early twelfth
century thought
Tomas Ekenberg (Sweden)
Active perception and agency
Jose-Filipe Silva (Portugal)
Freedom, society, and political individualism: Medieval perspectives
Juhana Toivanen (Finland)
Locke and consciousness of actual mental acts
Vili Lahteenmaki (Finland)
RT16 Philosophy and ethics after Fukushima 826
Organizer Naoshi Yamawaki (Japan)
Speakers Reconsidering modernities and new concept of glocal ethics
Naoshi Yamawaki (Japan)
Was this what scientific technology was intended for?: The fallen trust for the
specialists after the severe accidents of the Fukushima nuclear power plant
Susumu Shimanozo (Japan)
How can we understand the “extraordinariness” of nuclear disaster?: Against the
“obscurity of enlightenment”
Hideyuki Hirakawa (Japan)
From the modernist anthropic mindset to a future evolutionist mindset
Wolfgang Welsch (Germany)Tuesday, August 6
09:00-10:50
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Ethics after Fukushima: Reflections on institutional decision-making in complex
organizational systems
Jacob Dahl Rendtorff (Denmark)
RT20 The “last Foucault” and philosophy as way of life: some interrogations to Philosophy of
Education 314
Organizer Silvio Gallo (Brazil)
Speakers Andrea Díaz Genis (Uruguay)
Fernando Bárcena Orbe (Spain)
Oscar Pulido Cortez (Colombia)
Carlos Ernesto Noguera Ramírez (Colombia)
Walter Omar Kohan (Brazil)
Silvio Gallo (Brazil)
RT23 Ethics and aging. Anthropological foundations and practical implications 425
Organizer Mark Schweda (Germany)
Speakers Anthropological relevance of aging and its ethical implications
Claudia Bozzaro (Germany) & Lucas Kaelin (Austria)
Age and responsibility in end of life decisions
Julia Inthorn (Germany)
Age‐based rationing of healthcare and justice
Markus Zimmerman-Acklin (Switzerland)
Conceptions of aging in the debate on anti‐aging‐medicine
Mark Schweda (Germany)
RT35 The philosophy of St. Gregory Palamas 430
Organizer Michael Pacella (USA)
Speakers Constantinos Athanasopoulos (UK/Greece)
St. Gregory Palamas in Russian thought: spiritual practice versus rationality
Oleg Dushin (Russia)
Saint Gregory Palamas (1296-1359) a non-philosophical philosopher
Michael Pacella (USA)
St. Gregory Palamas’ Doctrine of supernatural knowledge: Implications for the
understanding of philosophy in the eastern Christianity
Dan Chiţoiu (Romania)
RT38 Is a “Peace Constitution” possible in the post-9.11 world?–Philosophical reflections on
Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution in the age of globalization 432
Organizer Toshiro Terada (Japan)
Speakers Motomu Ishikawa (Japan)
Haruki Aouama (Japan)
Midori Igeta (Japan)
Seon-Wook Kim (Korea)
Stephen Palmquist (USA/China)
RT41 Capitalism, market socialism or participatory (command) economies? 433
Organizer Rodney Peffer (USA)
Speakers Lubos Blaha (Slovakia)
Duon Zhonqqiao (China)
Dinh Hai Luong (Vietnam)
Hon Lam Li (China)
David Schweickart (USA)
Zhigang Zhang (China)
RT44 Spinoza and his contemporaries 209
Organizer Syliane Malinowski-Charles (Canada)Tuesday, August 6
09:00-10:50
65
Speakers Surprendre et suspendre l’esprit. Descartes et Spinoza
Lorenzo Vinciguerra (France)
Galileo Galilei and Baruch Spinoza
Filip Buyse (France)
L’héritage hobbesien de Spinoza
Syliane Malinowski-Charles (Canada)
La problématique des passions de l’âme. Spinoza et ses contemporains
Yannis Prelorentzos (Greece)
RT47 Reflecting on global feminism: Contrasting and reconciling views from East and West 421
Organizer Jinfen Yan (Canada)
Speakers G. John M. Abbarno (USA)
Lydia Amir (Israel)
Ruth Miller Lucier (USA)
RT53 Metaphysics at the crossroads of inter-subjective, inter-cultural, and inter-religious
dialogue (sponsored by the International Society for Metaphysics) 628
Organizer Metaphysics at the crossroads of intersubjective, intercultural, and interreligious
dialogue
Oliva Blanchette (USA)
Speakers Different ways of life, different conceptual schemes and cross-cultural
understanding
Gyula Klima (Hungary)
Thinking God towards an intercultural philosophy of religion
Ricardo Pozzo (Italy)
Rethinking of metaphysics
Yang Guorong (China)
The metaphysical foundation of reasonableness
Tran Van Doan (Vietnam/Taiwan)
RT56 Contributions of Asian cultures to world philosophy today (sponsored by the Council for
Research in Values and Philosophy) 739
Speakers The Mongolian mind: A study of ancient Mongolian philosophy
Danzankhorloo Dashpurev (Mongolia)
“Chinese Values” and its world meaning today
Kang Ouyang (China)
Spiritual humanism for the 21st century
Tu Weiming (China)
Kang Youwei’s Notion of “Ren” (Humanity) and his utopia of “Datong” (Great
harmony)
Young-Bae Song (Korea)
RT59 Cultures and the ecological responsibility in a global age (sponsored by the Council for
Research in Values and Philosophy) 741
Speakers Enrique Domingo Dussel Ambrosini (Mexico)
Culture and ecologic responsibility in the global era: A philosophical perspective
from Latin America
H. Daniel Dei (Argentina)
Nurturing Life: Living well and the care for nature
Carlos E. Castaneda Maldonado (Colombia)
Environmental ethics and responsibility
Luiz Paulo Rouanet (Brazil)
RT65 Current issues in phenomenological ontology 820
Organizer Dermot Moran (Ireland)
Speakers Alessandro Salice (Italy)Tuesday, August 6
09:00-10:50
66
Thomas Szanto (Ireland)
Genki Uemura (Japan)
Yaegashi Toru (Japan)
RT68 Aristotle and the Aristotelian tradition 821
Organizer Franco Biasutti (Italy)
Speakers Franco Biasutti (Italy)
Aristotle on language – The definitions of Poetics ch. XX
Patrizia Laspia (Italy)
The scientific Aristotelian methodology in XV century philosophy
Ennio De Bellis (Italy)
Aristotle and F. Brentano on being in the sense of being true
Cristina Rossitto (Italy)
Aristotelian reflexions about some contemporary natural theologies
Michel Bastit (France)
Aristotle and contemporary sciences
Demetra Sfendoni-Mentzou (Greece)
RT71 Doing philosophy comparatively (in conjunction with Center for Comparative Philosophy)
822
Organizer Peter Hadreas (USA)
Speakers When Plato dreamt of the Yi-Jing: The introduction of the Chora in the Timaeus
Peter Hadreas (USA)
Reading Han Fei as ‘social scientist’: A case-study in ‘historical correspondence’
Henrique Schneider (Austria)
The recasting effect of comparing ancient theories
Marianna Benetatou (Greece)
Xia Chen (China)
RT75 Friendship and civil society 824
Organizer Eleni Leontsini (Greece)
Speakers Socrates and Theognis: Two different loves and friendships
Tomas Hejduk (Czech Republic)
Plato’s theory of love
Vasiliki Solomou-Papanikolaou (Greece)
Friendship as a social good: Aristotle and beyond
Eleni Leontsini (Greece)
Friendship in Hellenistic philosophy
Eleni Karabatzaki (Greece)
The concept of love in the philosophies of Thomas Hobbes and John McTaggart
Ellis McTaggart
Nikos Psarros (Germany/Greece)
The limitations of friendship and love in Adam Smith’s Theory of moral sentiments
Sule Ozler (USA/Turkey) & Paul Gabrinetti (USA)
Action at a distance: Towards a Kantian theory of friendship
Eleni Filippaki (Greece)
RT78 Ioanna Kuçuradi: Among the events of the century 825
Organizer Betül Çotuksöken (Turkey)
Speakers Myrto Dragona-Monachou (Greece)
Stelios Virvidakis (Greece)
Bhuvan Chandel (India)
Maija Kule (Latvia)
Ioanna Kuçuradi (Turkey)
Harun Tepe (Turkey)
Abdullah Kaygı (Turkey)Tuesday, August 6
09:00-10:50
67
Hülya Şimga (Turkey)
Gülriz Uygur (Turkey)
Jitendra Ramprakash (India)
RT82 Philosophy and liberation of indigenous peoples (sponsored by the Asociacion de Filosofia
y Liberacion) 827
Organizer Enrique Dussel (Mexico)
Speakers Enrique Dussel (Mexico)
Juan Serey (Chile)
Multiculturalism and philosophy of liberation
Osiris González (Mexico)
Mario Ruiz Sotelo (Mexico)
Lutz Alexander Keferstein (Germany)
RT84 Dialogue South-North (sponsored by the Asociacion de Filosofia y Liberacion) 637
Organizer Enrique Dussel (Mexico)
Speakers Lutz Alexander Keferstein (Germany)
Eduard Demenchonok (USA)
Jorge Zuniga (Mexico)
Rodney Peffer (USA)
Juan Carlos Paizani (Mexico)
RT86 Erotics of liberation (sponsored by the Asociacion de Filosofia y Liberacion) 638
Organizer Enrique Dussel (Mexico)
Speakers Lutz Alexander Keferstein (Germany)
Yolanda Angulo (Mexico)
Panagiotis Deligiannakis (Greece)
Sascha Freyberg (Germany)
RT88 De-colonizing turn in philosophy (sponsored by the Asociacion de Filosofia y Liberacion)
639
Organizer Enrique Dussel (Mexico)
Speakers Jorge Alberto Reyes Lopez (Mexico)
Isabel Guerra (Spain)
Juan Serey (Chile)
Hugo Alan Mateos (Brazil)
Hector Dias-Polanco (Mexico)
RT90 Philosophical therapeia for individual and social change (sponsored by the Asociacion de
Filosofia y Liberacion) 640
Organizer Enrique Dussel (Mexico)
Speakers Alejandra Marin (Colombia)
Nikolay Omelchenko (Russia)
Yolanda Angulo (Mexico)
Carlos Montano (Mexico)
Viorel Guliciuc (Romania)
RT92 Bioethics, Biopolitics and Liberation (sponsored by the Asociacion de Filosofia y Liberacion)
642
Organizer Enrique Dussel (Mexico)
Speakers Jorge Alberto Reyes (Mexico)
Milovic Miroslav (Brazil)
José Salvador Arellano Rodriguez (Mexico)
Ricardo Rozzi (Chile)
Enrique Tellez (Mexico)Tuesday, August 6
09:00-10:50
68
RT97 Ancient Greece and Ancient India: A comparison of their philosophies and cultures 445
Organizers Panos Eliopoulos (Greece)
Hope Fitz (USA)
Speakers Stoic philanthropy and Buddhist compassion: The other pole of Wisdom
Panos Eliopoulos (Greece)
A comparison of Ancient Greek and Ancient Indian philosophy by comparative
philosophers is necessary for the understanding of the roots of philosophical
thought
Hope Fitz (USA)
Environment and human culture in the prehistoric Indian Peninsula
Lilian Karali (Greece)
The concept of justice in Greek and Indian tradition
Raghunath Ghosh (India)
RT101 Issues in the philosophy of the engineered singularity (in conjunction with Romanian
Society for Philosophy Engineering and Technoethics) 641
Organizer Viorel Guliciuc (Romania)
Speakers Perspectives on the engineered singularity
Viorel Guliciuc (Romania)
Terminator cognitive niches
Lorenzo Magnani (Italy)
Identity in the digital world
Colin Schmidt (France)
The technological singularity from a psychological perspective
Bogdan Popoveniuc (Romania)
Technological singularity and the living being
Marcin Schroeder (Japan)
Why we should not worry about singularities
Piotr Boltuc (Poland)
RT104 The crises of Europe – On the margins of contemporaneity 742
Organizer The crisis IS Europe – What is it that we have been witnessing on the margins of
our contemporaneity?
Artur R. Boelderl (Austria)
Speakers Phenomenology, Crisis, and the Logic of the ‘felix culpa’: Is there still something
felicitous in the crisis of Europe?
Philip Buckley (Canada)
Dangerous and endangered past in Nietzsche’s and Benjamin’s understanding of
contemporaneity
Ilias Papagiannopoulos (Greece)
The crisis of the crisis: Toward a new conception of sense
Marie-Eve Morin (Canada)
RT107 Business ethics and civil responsibility 823
Organizer Lars Steinar Hauge (Norway)
Speakers Lars Steinar Hauge (Norway)
Nils Gilje (Norway)
Ola Grytten (Norway)
Rolf Navarsete (Norway)
Trond Mohn (Norway)
Oddvar Johan Jensen (Norway)
Soren Bergstrom (Sweden)
Theodore Papadopoulos (Greece)
RT109 Study of values: The East and the West 544
Organizer Jiang Yi (China)Tuesday, August 6
09:00-10:50
69
Speakers Ernest Lepore (USA)
Alexander Chumakov (Russia)
Dariush Doust (Sweden)
Jinglin Li (China)
Shenbai Liao (China)
Shaomeng Li (China)
Baichun Zhang (China)
Kai Wang (China)
Hong Li (China)
Chengji Liu (China)
Xiaoting Liu (China)
Tian Song (China)
RT111 The aesthetics of thingness: Form, Inorganic and Materiality in contemporary culture 547
Organizer Paolo Bartoloni (Italy)
Speakers Paolo Bartoloni (Italy)
Katya Mandoki (Mexico)
Vrasidas Karalis (Greece)
Pedro Sargento (Portugal)
11:00-12:50
IS10 Cosmopolitanism honorary session for Jürgen Habermas AULA
Chair Noriko Hashimoto
University of Aoyamagakuin
Japan
Speakers David Rasmussen
Boston College
USA
Jürgen Habermas
Goethe Universität
Germany
Arne Johan Vetlesen
University of Oslo
Norway
11:00-12:50
RT78 Ioanna Kuçuradi: Among the events of the century 825
Organizer Betül Çotuksöken (Turkey)
Speakers Myrto Dragona-Monachou (Greece)
Stelios Virvidakis (Greece)
Bhuvan Chandel (India)
Maija Kule (Latvia)
Ioanna Kuçuradi (Turkey)
Harun Tepe (Turkey)
Abdullah Kaygı (Turkey)
Hülya Şimga (Turkey)
Gülriz Uygur (Turkey)
Jitendra Ramprakash (India)
11:00-13:50
SM09 Institut International de Philosophie 547
Vivre en philosophe
Organizers Enrico Berti
Bernard Bourgeois
Athanasia Glycofrydi-Leontsini
Evanghelos MoutsopoulosTuesday, August 6
11:00-13:50
70
Chair António Martins
Speakers The role of philosophy in a knowledge based society
Evandro Agazzi
The joy and the sublimity in living as a philosopher
Bhuvan Chandel
Les conditions de félicité
Daniel Vanderveken
14:00-15:50
CP69 Political philosophy 311
Eleni Leontsini (Greece)
Rethinking the dichotomy between recognition and redistribution in a transnational
scenario
Jorge Moraes (Brazil)
Historical time, political time
Maria Ines Mudrovcic (Argentina)
Commemoration: History, national identity and political uses of the past
Nora Rabotnikof (Mexico)
La construcción del estado: El pasado, la historia y la política
Corina De Yturbe (Mexico)
Philosophical and historical bases of the first stages of parliamentarism formation in
Uzbekistan
Oliya Muhammadieva (Uzbekistan)
CP69 Political philosophy 312
Samuel Lee (Korea)
The vision of the future without atomic power
Kiyokazu Nakatomi (Japan)
Hacia una ética de la convivencia en clave arendtiano – gadameriana. Natalidad, libertad y
comprensión
Karina Navarro Jiménez (Venezuela)
To the question of formation of Public and Political ideology
Kiyom Nazarov (Uzbekistan)
Four theses on the interrelation between morality and politics
Sergey Nizhnikov (Russia)
Exploitation, domination and Marxism
Nicholas Vrousalis (Greece)
CP69 Political philosophy 315
Gabriel Vargas Lozano (Mexico)
Is the referendum really against legalism? Some remarks on European cases
Przemyslaw Krzywoszynski & Jerzy Ochmanski (Poland)
The person as the primary subject of a policy and political relations
Akbar Otamuradov (Uzbekistan)
La informática y Marx actualizable
Maria Rosa Palazon Mayoral (Mexico)
Die Harmonie der Antiken und der Antagonismus der Modernen. Das antityrannische
Denken im Wandel
Roberta Pasquarè (Italy/Germany)
Inclusive toleration: Locke vs. Rawls
Joaquín Jareqo-Alarcón (Spain)
CP69 Political philosophy 316
Thalía Fung (Cuba)
Taking religious voices in public sphere seriously
Omid Payrow Shabani (Canada)Tuesday, August 6
14:00-15:50
71
Η δικαιολόγθςθ τθσ πολιτικισ ανυπακοισ
Georgios Poulios (Greece)
Justicia global y fraternidad
Angel Puyol (Spain)
Les dimensions pratiques de la déconstruction
Shih-Chian Hung (Taiwan)
CP69 Political philosophy 434
Eleni Kalokairinou (Greece)
Kosmoenvironment and geokosmopolitics
Alexandr Pyrin (Russia)
La sociedad abierta de Henri Bergson como respuesta metafísica al reto del fortalecimiento
de las democracias
Helena Nadal Sánchez (Spain)
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 436
Theodore Scaltsas (UK)
Риторика Аристотеля и ее современные аспекты/Aristotle’s rhetoric and its
contemporary aspects
Virgina Radeva (Bulgaria)
Aristotle on reformation of character
Leonardo Ramos-Umana (Mexico)
Plato: No state
Markus Riedenauer (Austria)
Amor y persuasión: Estrategias necesarias en la filosofía como modo de vida
Ramón Román Alcalá (Spain)
Embodied rhetoric: Plato on the similarities between rhetoric and medicine
Adam David Roth (USA)
CP02ii Ancient Greek philosophy-Classical Greek philosophy 437
Christos Evangeliou (Greece)
Republic 473c-480a: Character, epistême and doxa
Abby Rutherford (Germany)
Knowledge, fear and body: A reading of Alcibiades I
Eduardo Salcedo Ortiz (Colombia)
The accident and its causes: pseudo-Alexander on Aristotle, Metaphysics E 3
Rita Salis (Italy)
L’advenir et l’apparition de la beauté chez Platon
Makoto Sekimura (Japan)
The problem of conflict between filial piety and justice: A comparative study of the views
of Confucius and Socrates on the relation of Father and Son
Byung Seok Son (Korea)
CP02 Ancient Greek philosophy 445
Kostas Kalimtzis (Greece)
Matter and the problem of definition in Aristotle
Esra Cagri Mutlu (Turkey)
Hesíodo y los antecedentes de la inquietud por el estilo de vida
María Cecilia Colombani (Argentina)
Philoshophy on stones: Philosophical evidence on ancient Greek inscriptions
Eleni Karabatzaki (Greece)
The myth as a way of life in Damascius
Jose Maria Nieva (Argentina)
Free person in public and private life
Irina Mitina (Russia)Tuesday, August 6
14:00-15:50
72
CP55 Philosophy of logic 314
Gabriel Sandu (Romania/Finland)
Possible worlds: A fashionable nonsense?
Jean-Yves Beziau (Brazil)
L’identité symbolique et la logique partitive des valeurs spirituelles
Ioan Biriş (Romania)
Theoretical problems in the study of argumentation and society
Larisa Demina (Russia)
Is G true by Gödel’s theorem?
Virgil Draghici (Romania)
Неклассичность логики и неклассичность науки/Non-classicability of logic and nonclassicability of science
Irina Ivanova (Kyrgyzstan)
CP55 Philosophy of logic 425
Ioannis Stefanou (Greece)
Gaifman-Koons paradox and rational action dilemma
Li Li (China)
Practical abilities and logic – Notes on a pragmatist approach to logical constants
Alessandro Moscaritolo (Venezuela)
Logique des Défauts et l’hypothèse des mondes clos: Monotonie ou nonmonotonie?/Default logic and the closed worlds’ assumption: Monotony or Nonmonotony?
Gildas Nzokou (Gabon)
Σελικά ποιοσ κυβερνά το νου του ανκρϊπου; Ο λογικόσ ςυνειρμόσ ι το απρόςωπο
γίγνεςκαι;/Eventually, who governs the mind of human being? The logical consequence or
the impersonal process of the essence?
Chrysoula Demetrakakis (Greece)
CP10 Contemporary philosophy 426
Luca M. Scarantino (Italy)
Derrida: Heidegger and Sartre’s anthropological limits/Derrida: Heidegger y los límites
antropológicos sartreanos
Javier Agüero-Águila (Chile)
Mimesis and the trace. Ancient perspectives on social ontology and religion
Emanuele Antonelli (Italy)
Varieties of determinism: Spinozist meditations
Nikolay Biryukov (Russia)
Philosophy as self-care
Elena Bolotnikova (Russia)
Wittgenstein, más allá de la clarificación del lenguaje: La filosofía como forma de vida
Cristina Bosso (Argentina)
CP10 Contemporary philosophy 427
Gerasimos Kakolyris (Greece)
The Interdisciplinary positivism – Third stage of development of positivistic philosophy
Boris Chendov (Bulgaria)
El ardid de la filosofía: el retorno a sí de Michel Foucault/The ruse of philosophy: The
return to itself of Michel Foucault
Elba Marta Coleclough (Argentina)
Significado y posibilidad. Un diálogo entre fenomenología y filosofía analítica
Mercedes de Valle Risco (Argentina)
Simone Weil and the critique of Marxism through her conception of the work
Carmen Dolby-Mugica (Spain)
CP10 Contemporary philosophy 428

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