Calendario dei laboratori di Filosofia Teoretica – Prof.ssa Calcaterra

CALENDARIO LABORATORI CALCATERRA


LABORATORIO TEORETICA Triennale (CALCATERRA/BELLA)

Titolo: “Pragmatismo e darwinismo”

Laboratorio triennale 2017/2018

Il laboratorio intende riflettere sul rapporto tra la genesi del pensiero pragmatista e la ricezione filosofica del darwinismo negli Stati Uniti. In particolare, a partire dall’analisi di alcuni testi chiave si cercherà di mettere in luce gli elementi di continuità e discontinuità tra i vari aspetti della teoria darwiniana e la loro ricezione e sviluppo negli autori pragmatisti.

Bibliografia di riferimento

  • Calcaterra, R. (2017). “William James’s Naturalism Within the Common Project of Pragmatist Philosophy”, in Some New Ways of Thinking for an Old Name, Fabbrichesi, R., Brioschi, M.R. (eds.), special issue, Rivista di Storia della Filosofia, 3/2017, pp. 475-492.
  • Dewey, J. (1909). “The Influence of Darwinism in Philosophy” in The Middle Works, 4, edited by J. A. Boydston, Carbondale, IL, Southern Illinois University Press (in fotocopia)
  • Dewey J., (1971 [1894b]), “The Theory of Emotion” in John Dewey: The Early Works, vol. 4, edited by J. A. Boydston, Carbondale, IL, Southern Illinois University Press (in fotocopia)
  • Fabbrichesi, R. (2011). “Effects of Truth: The Darwinian Revolution and Its Impact on Pragmatism”, in Pragmatist Epistemologies, ed. by R. Frega and R. Brigati, Lanham: Lexington.
  • Franzese, S. (2009). Darwinismo e Pragmatismo e altri studi su William James, Milano – Udine: Mimesis Edizioni. (parti scelte)
  • James, W. (2016). L’importanza degli individui, a cura di R. Del Castillo, Diabasis.
  • Maddalena, G. (2017). “Scientific and not Scientistic: the Rich Realism of Pragmatism”, Some New Ways of Thinking for an Old Names, Fabbrichesi, R., Brioschi, M.R. (eds.), special issue, Rivista di Storia della Filosofia, 3/2017: 401-414.
  • Mead, G. H. (1909?), “On the Influence of Darwin’s Origin of Species”. (https://brocku.ca/MeadProject/Mead/Unpublished/Meadu06.html).
  • Menand, L. (2002). Il circolo metafisico. La nascita del pragmatismo americano, Sansoni 2004. (parti scelte)
  • Parravicini, A. (2012). Il pensiero in evoluzione. Chauncey Wright tra darwinismo e pragmatismo, Pisa: ETS. (parti scelte)
  • Sini, C. (2013) “Darwin e la psicozoologia”, in Vie dell’errore, vie della verità, Milano, Jaca Book.
  • Volpone, A. (2011). “Splendori e miserie della più grande opera di Darwin”, introduzione a C. Darwin, La variazione degli animali e delle piante allo stato domestico, a cura di ID., Einaudi, Torino 2011, pp. XV-XCIII.
  • Wiener, P.P. (1949). Evolution and the Founders of Pragmatism, Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Date incontri:

  • Lunedì 9 aprile 2017                         h. 15-18                Aula Verra
  • Martedì 17 aprile 2017                      h. 15-18                Aula 8
  • Lunedì 23 aprile 2017                       h. 15-18                Aula Verra
  • Giovedì 10 maggio 2017                  h. 15-18                Aula Verra (“Social Ontology, Social Epistemology, and Philosophy of Economics”)
  • Venerdì 11 maggio 2017                  h. 10-13                Aula Verra (“Social Ontology, Social Epistemology, and Philosophy of Economics”)
  • Lunedì 14 maggio 2017                    h. 15-18                Aula Verra (Workshop “Pragmatismo e darwinismo”)
  • Martedì 15 maggio 2017                  h. 9-12                   Aula Verra (Workshop “Pragmatismo e darwinismo”)
  • Lunedì 21 maggio 2017                    h. 15-18                Aula Verra
  • Lunedì 28 maggio 2017                    h. 15-18                Aula Verra

 


LABORATORIO TEORETICA Magistrale (CALCATERRA/BAGGIO)

Titolo: “Linguaggio, comportamento, economia”

Laboratorio magistrale 2017/2018

Il laboratorio intende indagare criticamente alcuni modelli di agentività e di comportamento economico. A tal riguardo verrà affrontata una indagine storico-teoretica di alcune nozioni chiave utilizzate in economia (“identità”, “preferenza”, “scelta”, “comportamento”) e delle connessioni tra filosofia, psicologia ed economia.

Bibliografia di riferimento

  • Akerlof, G.A., Kranton, R.E. (2000). “Economics and Identity”. The Quarterly Journal of Economics CXV/2000/3, 715-753.
  • Baggio, G. (2016). “The Influence of Dewey’s and Mead’s Functional Psychology Upon Veblen’s Evolutionary Economics”. European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy 8, 1 (2016), pp. 216-236 (http://ejpap.revues.org/467 ).
  • Baggio, G. (2016). “The concept of “behavior” in psychology, epistemology, and economics. Starting from G. H. Mead”, in Abiti e forme di vita. Tra Wittgenstein e il pragmatismo, Special Issue of «Paradigmi» 3, 119-133.
  • Baggio, G. (2017). “Sen and Mead on Identity, Agency, and Economic Behavior”. In European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy 9, 1 (2017) (http://ejpap.revues.org/989 ).
  • Bruni, L and Sugden, R. (2007). “The Road Not Taken: How Psychology Was Removed From Economics, and How It Might Be Brought Back”. The Economic Journal, 117 (January), 146-173.
  • Camerer, C., Loewenstein, G. & Prelec, D. (2005). “Neuroeconomics: How Neuroscience Can Inform Economics”. Journal of Economic Literature XLIII, 9-64.
  • Camerer, C. & Fehr, E. (2006). “When Does ‘Economic Man’ Dominate Social Behavior?”. Science 311, 47-52.
  • Carnap, R. (1959). Psychology in Physical Language. In A. Ayer, Logical Positivism, The Free Press, New York.
  • Davidson D. (1985). “A new basis for decision theory”, in Theory and Decision 18, 87-98.
  • Dewey, J. (1916). The logic of judgment of practice, in The Middle Works of John Dewey, Vol. 8, Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale Illinois 1979, 14-82.
  • Dewey, J. (1896). The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology. In The Early Works, vol. 5. Carbondale (IL): Southern Illinois University Press, 1972.
  • Dolfsma, W. (2009). Institutions, Communication, and Value. Palgrave, Houndmills, Basingstoke.
  • Fumagalli, F. (2016). “Five theses on neuroeconomics”. Journal of Economic Methodology, 23, 1, 77-96
  • Kahneman D.E., Wakker, P., Sarin, R. (1997), “Back to Bentham? Exploration of Experienced Utility”. Quarterly Journal of Economics 112, 375-405.
  • Little, I. M. D. (1949). “A Reformulation of the Theory of Consumer’s Behaviour”. In Oxford Economic Papers 1, 90-99.
  • Loewenstein, G. (1999). “Experimental Economics from the Vantage-Point of Behavioural Economics”. The Economic Journal, Vol. 109, No. 453, F25-F34.
  • Mead, G. H. (1925). The Genesis of the Self and Social Control. In Selected Writings, edited by A.J. Reck. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago 1964, 267-93.
  • Mullainathan, S., Thaler, R. H. (2000) “Behavioral Economics” (Working Paper 7948), National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge MA, October 2000 (available in pdf)
  • Samuelson P.A. (1948). “Consumption Theory in Terms of Revealed Preference”. Economica, New Series, 15 (60), 243-253.
  • Sen A. (1973). “Behaviour and the Concept of Preference”, Economica, New Series, 40 (59), 241-259.
  • Thaler, R. H., Sunstein, C.R. (2008). Nudge. Improving Decisions, About Health, Wealth, and Happiness, Yale University Press, New Haven and London, Chapters 1-5.
  • Tversky, A., Kahneman, D. (1981). “The Framing of Decisions and the Psychology of Choice”, Science, New Series, Vol. 211, No. 4481. (Jan. 30, 1981), 453-458.
  • Mead, G. H. (1936). Movements of Thought in the Nineteenth Century. Edited by Merritt H. Moore, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 386-404.
  • Sellars W. (1980). “Behaviorism, Language and Meaning”. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 61, 3-30.
  • Veblen, T. (1898). “Why is Economics not an Evolutionary Science?” (pdf)
  • Watson, J. (1913). “Psychology as the Behaviorist views it”. Psychological Review 2/20, pp. 158-177.

Date incontri:

  • Lunedì 9 aprile 2017          h. 12-15                Aula Verra
  • Lunedì 16 aprile 2017       h. 12-15                Sala del Consiglio (2° piano)
  • Lunedì 23 aprile 2017       h. 12-15                Aula Verra
  • Giovedì 10 maggio 2017   h. 15-18                Aula Verra (“Social Ontology, Social Epistemology, and Philosophy of Economics”)
  • Venerdì 11 maggio 2017   h. 10-13                Aula Verra (“Social Ontology, Social Epistemology, and Philosophy of Economics”)
  • Lunedì 14 maggio 2017    h. 15-18                Aula Verra (Workshop “Pragmatismo e darwinismo”)
  • Martedì 15 maggio 2017   h. 9-12                   Aula Verra (Workshop “Pragmatismo e darwinismo”)
  • Lunedì 21 maggio 2017    h. 12-15                Aula Verra
  • Lunedì 28 maggio 2017    h.12-15                 Aula Verra

 

 

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