GIVING ACCOUNT OF EMOTIONS: SUBJECTS, SOCIETY AND REASONS
XI Inter-University Workshop on Mind, Art and Morality
(Madrid, September 27-29, 2017)
The Inter-University Workshop on Mind, Art and Morality promotes the interconnections across different areas in philosophy and, in particular, the study of issues lying at the intersection of ethics, aesthetics and the philosophy of mind. In previous editions, the Workshop has been devoted either to the production of a particular philosopher, including Gregrory Currie, Richard Wollheim, Jonathan Dancy, Christine Korsgaard, Shaun Nichols, David Filkenstein, and Malcolm Budd; or to explore topics such as the Cognitive Value of Literature, the Philosophy of Music (Peter Kivy, Noël Carroll or Derek Matravers), Self-Knowledge (David Filkenstein and Sarah Sawyer) and Art and Negative Emotions (Susan Feagin and Eileen John). On the 2017 edition, we intend to focus on how emotions play a central role in the configuration of I- and We- identities in a relational way. We will examine issues such as the relevance of reactive and negative emotions (ranging from shame to sadness) in the constitution of subjectivity and intersubjectivity; the link between empathy, otherness and self-awareness, and how our sense of the self is framed by social structures and interactions that shape individual and collective affects and moods.
Invited Speaker: Dan Zahavi (University of Copenhagen)
Call for Papers: We invite submissions on any aspect of the current debate on Giving account of emotions. Subjects, Society and Reasons. Authors should submit either a full paper (5000 words) or a extended abstract (2000 words) by May 15th, 2017. Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. The layout of the manuscript should accommodate anonymous refereeing (i.e. name and address on a separate sheet, and not repeated in the text). Notification of acceptance should be expected by Juny 30, 2017.
Organizers: Carlos Thiebaut (Madrid), Alicia García Ruiz (Madrid), Antonio Gómez Ramos (Madrid), María José Alcaraz (Murcia), Carmen González Marín (Madrid), Rosa Benéitez (Salamanca).
Sponsored by: Spanish Research Council via Subject, Emotions and Structures (FFI 2016-75703-R), Spanish Society for Analytic Philosophy (SEFA)