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CFP: Languages of Politics / Politics of Languages (edited by Gianfranco Marrone)

 
Deadline: 05.06.2019

There has been a long talk, with ups and downs, about the languages of politics – which, for its part, in the post-media chattering, is today more aphasic than ever. A little less it has been discussed the political nature of language, and even more sporadically the surreptitiously political forms that the philosophy of language may assume, in its various epistemological patterns and theoretical features. The two paths, among other things, can easily and happily meet.

As regards the first line of research, semiotics, above all, has proven to provide several interesting contributions: starting from the pioneering works of Eco on political language as a form of communication constituted by a double recipient, and of Fabbri on political discourse as an arena of strategic moves and tactical countermoves, passing through the reflections of Landowski on the abstract configurations of the political theatre and of the role that passions play in it, up to the most recent research of many authors around the new forms of politics, often linked to online communication, social media and (perhaps) the consequent global spread of populism. But there are other working hypotheses, be they markedly cognitivist (which find their cues especially in some studies of Lakoff) or in terms of philosophy and sociology of science (which instead refer to the research of Latour and his school).

 
Posted: 2018-10-16 More...
 

CFP: Assertion and its social significance (guest editors: Bianca Cepollaro, Paolo Labinaz & Neri Marsili)

 
Extended Deadline: 31.01.2019

This special issue of RIFL investigates the topic of assertion, with a special focus on its role(s) and effects in our discursive practices and communication.

 
Posted: 2018-05-31 More...
 
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Vol 12, No 2 (2018): Wittgenstein: language, practical knowledge and embodiment (guest editor: Annalisa Coliva)

Table of Contents

Invited articles

Wittgenstein sull’acquisizione del linguaggio: “in principio era l’azione” Download PDF
Danièle Moyal-Sharrock

Articles

What is the locus of abilities? Download PDF
Felipe Morales Felipe Carbonell
Dance and Embodied Cognition: Motivations for the Enactivist Program Download PDF
Carla Carmona
Logiche dell’azione: contenuto e raffigurazione nell’enattivismo radicale e in Wittgenstein Download PDF
Alfonso Di Prospero
Wittgenstein and Tomasello on understanding intentions Download PDF
Florian Franken Figueiredo
Juicio no-racionalizado dentro del pensamiento racional/ Non-rationalized judgement within rational thinking Download PDF
María Dolores García-Arnaldos
Tra azione e linguaggio: i processi di apprendimento linguistico wittgensteiniani alla luce degli studi evoluzionistici di Tomasello sull’intenzionalità collettiva Download PDF
Marco Gigante
Wittgenstein on dispositions as abilities. A de-naturalized perspective Download PDF
Alice Morelli
What do we know when we learn the meanings of words? Download PDF
Antonio Scarafone
Reading and understanding: on some differences between Wittgenstein and 4E cognitive science Download PDF
Pierre Steiner
El pluralismo wittgensteiniano de Noë / The Wittgensteinian pluralism of Noë Download PDF
María Sol Yuan


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