The Superdeep Nighthawks multiplied into a force of forty for their first gathering on Feb 9. On Thu, Feb 16 they will return in force, to savor Satoshi Kon‘s 2006 animated feature Paprika (…& food & drink).
HRC Superdeep Nighthawksmeet on Thu eve (9pm till late). The Paprika screening is the second in a series of screenings hosted in collaboration with the Houtu Research project Unforgotten Dreams, in preparation for Superdeep #17 (“Lucid Dreams Elucidated”).
Having heard much from chatty AI lately, let us humans do some talking again. Join us for a Superdeepconversation on how “ChatGPT and We” might carry on together. We’ll be joined by philosophers, computer scientists, and others from DKU, as well as special guest Tim Fitz (turnitin).
As always, everyone is welcome to join; no prior knowledge of philosophy (or computer science) is required. And, as always, snacks and refreshments will be served at the meeting.
For DKU faculty this will be the first of a possible double-feature that day, being followed by CTL’s T&L at lunch meeting on “AI-assisted teaching and learning” (12:00pm, IB 2050).
Collective Candidacies in Brazil: Challenges and Pitfalls of a Gambiarra
Date & Time: Tuesday, Nov 29, 7:30 PM (BJT) Zoom ID: 955 0753 0898 Speaker: Ricardo Mendonça
Ricardo Mendonça is an Associate professor of Political Science at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil). His work is on democratic theory, contentious politics and political communication. Continue reading “HRC Citizenship Lab Manuscript Workshop #3”
Superdeep #12 is part of Superdeep philosophy workshop series led by Professor Nathan Hauthaler.
Reported by Dongkun Lyu, Class of 2023.
G.E.M. Anscombe (Gertrude Elizabeth Margaret Anscombe) was one of the most important philosophers of the 20th century whose research mainly involved the philosophy of language, philosophy of mind/psychology, philosophy of action, and moral philosophy.
This seminar focused on the Philosophy of action field. Professor Nathan Hauthaler led students into this field by first clarifying the definition of basic action, which was defined as “action that is not done by means of doing another”.