Course (certified) on Tech Diplomacy

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LEVEL
Master
PhD
TYPE
Seminars, Workshops, and Seasonal Schools
MODES
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LANGUAGE
english
ECTS
-
PERIOD
15/06/2022 to 16/06/2022

Description

/June 15 /

17h00 | Meet at “Aqua Mater” Sebastian Salgado exhibit

Location : Parvis de la Defense, 21800 Puteaux

 Access via :

–              RER A  (Direction :  Ouest | St. Germain en Laye, Poissy, or Cergy-le-Haut)

–              Metro Ligne 1 (Yellow Metro Line) (Direction: La Defense)

/June 16 /

Morning

Location:  Institut Jean-Nicod, École Normale Supérieure, 29 rue d’Ulm, 75005, Paris

Room: Grand Salon (upper level to the right of the stairs / end of the hallway)

8:45-9:00 | Introductions & Welcome Coffee and Viennoiserie 

 9-12:30 | Start of Presentations / Setting-up

Each Presentation will be approximately 10-15min. with time for questions

9:10-10:00 | “Big issues”

Roberto Casati

Toilet flush between low tech design and institutional design.

Alberto Pirni

Addressing the motivational gap in the face of intergenerational indifference

10:10-11:20 | “Political Economy”

Fausto Corvino

 Is Carbon Pricing the Silver Bullet for an Inclusive and Equitable Climate Transition?

Eva Wanek

Normative Issues Around Environmental Valuation

Martina Zanetti (online)

 Rethinking Anthropocene Political Subjectivity: the Ecoposthuman Subject

11:30-12:20 | “Rights of Nature”

Alex Putzer (online)

The Rights of Nature as a Panchreston. The Importance of a Common Lingo

Sacha Bourgeois-Gironde

The Legal Technology of Rights for Nature

12:30-14:00 | Lunch

Strategic meeting for future plan & next steps (including recent joint call proposed by EELISA)

Afternoon

14:00-15:30

Peter Godfrey-Smith (University of Sydney) – Later Stages, Objections, and Alternatives

Location : École normale supérieure, Salle Jaurès, 29 rue d’Ulm, 75005 Paris

The first part of the lecture will complete, and summarize, my evolutionary account and the place of subjectivity within animal life. This will include a look at human consciousness, and later stages in the evolutionary story. The rest of the lecture will be concerned with possible objections, alternatives to my view, and my reasons for not following paths seen in other discussions (Dehaene, LeDoux, and others). I’ll also look at radically inclusive views – biopsychism and panpsychism – and at rejections of the possibility of a gradualist account of the origin of subjective experience.

15:30*-17:30Michael Rescorla (UCLA) – The State of the Ocean (Part 3)

Location : École normale supérieure, Salle Assia Djebar, 29 rue d’Ulm, 75005 Paris

* Michael Rescorla will likely delay his presentation by a few minutes to account for the end of Peter Godfrey-Smith’s presentation.

17:30

Exhibition Opening : “OCEAN 1:1” by Alice CuvelierLocation : École normale supérieure, Espace Curie, 29 rue d’Ulm, 75005 Paris (right next to Michael Rescorla’s presentation)

SDG info

Relevant SDGs

SDG13 - Climate Action
SDG14 - Life Below Water
SDG16 - Peace and Justice Strong Institutions
SDG8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth

Time format

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Application deadline

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ECTS

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Credentials

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EELISACommunity

EnCoNorm (Environment,Concepts, Norms)

MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

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Organizer

Activity provider / partner

PSL Université Paris | Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna

Contact or registration links