Workshop "Postphenomenology, Technoscience and Hermeneutics" with Robert Rosenberger
19-22 Ocotober 2020*
Health as a value, health as a right, Francesco Orsi, UT Blog, 06.05.2020.
Lenin's Mausoleum: A Haunted House on Red Square, Siobhan Kattago, Magazine of the European Observatory on Memories, 06.01.2020.
Hannah Arendt On Why It's Urgent To Break Your Bubble, Siobhan Kattago's article on withdrawing from politics, Institute of Art and Ideas, 03.12.2018.
Moral Blindness and Immigration in America, Siobhan Kattago's article on USA immigration policy, Public Seminar, 12.07.2018.
Taking offence is not only Estonia’s problem, Interview with Mikhail Lotman, elected Opinion Leader 2018 by Postimees, Postimees, 22.03.2018.
Department of Philosophy YouTube channel
Hellerma, Juhan (2020). Negotiating Presentism: Toward a Renewed Understanding of Historical Change. Rethinking History, 24(3-4): 442−464.
Maran, Timo (2020). Ecosemiotics. Cambridge University Press.
Kattago, S. (2020). Being with the Dead: Burial, Ancestral Politics, and the Roots of Historical Consciousness, Memory Studies 13:347-360.
Hellerma, J. (2020). History on the Move: Reimagining Historical Change and the (Im)possibility of Utopia in the 21st Century, Journal of the Philosophy of History Online first.
Madisson, Mari-Liis; Ventsel, Andreas (2020). Strategic Conspiracy Narratives: A Semiotic Approach. Routledge.
Selg, Peeter; Ventsel, Andreas (2020). Introducing Relational Political Analysis. Political Semiotics as a Theory and Method. Palgrave Macmillan.
Vihalemm, R. (2020). On the Transition to Quantitative Inquiry in Chemistry, Acta Baltica Historiae et Philosophiae Scientiarum 8:126-132. Translated by: Ave Mets
Mets, A. (2020). A Measurement-Theoretic View on the Early Evolution of the Ordering of Chemical Elements, Acta Baltica Historiae et Philosophiae Scientiarum 8:5-32
Orsi, F. & Garcia, A. G. (2020). The explanatory objection to the fitting attitude analysis of value, Philosophical Studies 27.
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