Guest Lecture: Andrew Stables, "From Minimal Ontological Realism to New Localism: implications for politics and education"
21 February at 14.15
Disagreements: from Theory to Practice
11-13 March 2020
Workshop "Postphenomenology, Technoscience and Hermeneutics" with Robert Rosenberger
4-7 May 2020
Lenin's Mausoleum: A Haunted House on Red Square, Siobhan Kattago arvamusartikkel 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
Kõiv, R. (2020). Mis, kes, kuidas ja millal on sotsiaalselt konstrueeritud, Akadeemia 32: 54-77.
Jakapi R. (2020). Early Modern Natural Philosophy Allied with Revealed Religion: Boyle and Whiston, Fuller M., Evers D., Runehov A., Sæther KW., Michollet B. (eds) Issues in Science and Theology: Nature – and Beyond Issues in Science and Religion: Publications of the European Society for the Study of Science and Theology, vol 5. Springer, Cham.
Kõiv, R. (2020). Elusive vehicles of genetic representations, Biology and Philosophy 35.
Davies, A. (2020). Identity display: another motive for metalinguistic disagreement, Inquiry, Online First.
Kitsik, E. (2020). Conceptual Engineering and Ways of Believing, Erkenntnis, Online First.
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