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Ārkārtējība un normalitāte : tēžu krājums

Authors: Latvijas Universitāte. 79. starptautiskā zinātniskā konference, Vēstures un Filozofijas fakultātes filozofijas doktorantu sekcija;

Ārkārtējība un normalitāte : tēžu krājums

Abstract

As part of 79th International Scientific Conference of the University of Latvia, on the 18th and 19th February 2021, the philosophy doctoral students’ section “Exceptionality and Normality” of the Faculty of History and Philosophy took place. In the section participated masters and PhD students of various programs, as well as lecturers of the Faculty of History and Philosophy, researchers of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the University of Latvia and other academics. The collection contains 23 theses, which summarize the reports read in the organized section of the conference “Exceptionality and Normality”. Theses provide an opportunity to familiarize with the topicality of the subject of the section in the cross-section of the 21st century, as well as how the idea of exceptionality and normality has developed in epistemology, philosophy of consciousness, ethics, social philosophy, and history.

Latvijas Universitātes 79. starptautiskās zinātniskās konferences ietvarā 2021. gada 18. un 19. februārī notika Vēstures un Filozofijas fakultātes filozofijas doktorantu sekcija “Ārkārtējība un normalitāte”. Doktorantu filozofijas sekcijā piedalījās dažādu programmu maģistrantūras un doktorantūras studenti, līdz ar viņiem arī Vēstures un filozofijas fakultātes pasniedzēji, akadēmiķi un LU Filozofijas un socioloģijas institūta pētnieki. Krājumā ir publicētas 23 tēzes, kas apkopo organizētajā konferences sekcijā “Ārkārtējība un normalitāte” nolasītos referātus. Tēzēs ir iespēja iepazīties ar doktorantu filozofijas sekcijas tēmas aktualitāti 21. gadsimta šķērsgriezumā, kā arī, kā ideja par ārkārtējību un normalitāti ir attīstījusies epistemoloģijā, apziņas filozofijā, ētikā, sociālajā filozofijā un vēsturē.

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Ārkārtējība, Ideju vēsture, Vēsture, Normalitāte, Ētika, Filozofija, :HUMANITIES and RELIGION::History and philosophy subjects [Research Subject Categories]

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