Posts Tagged ‘Philosophy’

Scientific vocabulary: responsible research and innovation

Francisco Fernández Beltrán, director of the Communication and Publications Service at the Universitat Jaume I and member of the Management of Ethics and Social Responsibility Research Group (GERSE) describes the concept of responsible research and innovation. This video is included within the new category “scientific vocabulary” that is made up of short videos in which […]

Martínez Guzmán advocates for a change in the conception of children’s identity to make progress on children’s rights

The honorary director of the Unesco Chair of Philosophy for Peace, Vicent Martínez Guzmán, closed the summer course “Children’s rights and education for peace” with a lecture in which he advocated for an epistemological change in the conception of children’s identity. Video with subtitles in English. Photographs Vídeo in differents formats

New award to Adela Cortina and her advances towards global ethics

The doctor honoris causa by the UJI Adela Cortina, will be named doctor honoris causa by the PolytechnicUniversity in Cartagena on Friday 27 January 2012. This is a new award for the Professor in Philosophy of Law, Moral and Political from the University of València, who during his nomination as honoris causa at the UJI […]

Concha Roldán defends Leibniz’s appropiateness for facing the ethical and political situation in Europe

Concha Roldán, researcher at the Spanish Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (CSIC), claims the appropiateness of the German philosopher Leibniz, 300 years after his death in 1716, for facing the ethical and political situation in Europe. Full video and videos in different formats SCP UJI, March 2016

The danger of neurosciences when they become ideology and manipulation

Professor of Ethics at the Universitat Jaume I, Domingo Garcia Marza, highlighted in a lecture the importance of neurosciences but, at the same time, he warned of the danger when they become ideology and manipulation. The philosopher gave the lecture “Neuroethics and neuropolitics: from science to manipulation” within the activities of the Welcome Week organized […]

“Misión de la universidad” by José Ortega y Gasset

Rector of the Universitat Jaume I, Vicent Climent , and the professor of Spanish Literature of the UJI, Santiago Fortuño, have presented a review of the book “Misión de la universidad” by José Ortega y Gasset. “Misión de la universidad” is the reflection of Ortega y Gasset on an institution he knew in deep from […]

John Keane: “Citizens can break the silence of public actors”

John Keane opened the 4th series of lectures La democracia hoy: el fin de la representación, on the 16th of January, 2013, at the social centre San Isidro of Castelló, with the talk Democracy and the Dangers of Silence. The Australian philosopher said, “we are entering the era of mega-projects” and warned that these projects […]

García Marzá highlights the growing importance of emotions in politics

Domingo García Marzá, chair professor of Ethics and Moral Philosophy at Universitat Jaume I, highlighted the growing importance of emotions in politics and pointed out the risks of the political disaffection that, in his opinion, is currently affecting society. During his lecture entitled ‘Neuropower: the normalised disaffection’, he explained that the growing distance between citizens […]

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