"Conversations on values and value experience" : cycle de e-workshops organisé par Roberta de Monticelli, résidente chercheuse 2019-2020 de l'IEA de Paris.
Ces e-workshops sont en accès libre. Veuillez vous inscrire pour chaque workshop via le formulaire situé en bas de page. Un lien de connexion vous sera envoyé par e-mail quelques jours avant. Registration: these e-workshops are free access. Please register for each workshop via the form at the bottom of the page. A link will be sent to you by e-mail a few days before.
From a phenomenological point of view, value experience is a self-revealing and self-constitutive mode of consciousness, both from a singular (“me”) and from a plural (“we”) first-person perspective. Phenomenologically, experience is always also experience of oneself at least as a “minimal self” of agency and ownership (Zahavi 2010). Theoreticians of the minimal self, though, may have overlooked the extent to which value experience, however intensely directed toward other objects, is always self-revealing. This may shed a new light on issues of personhood, embodiment, agency, social cognition and social ontology. Not to mention the need in which European democracies presently are of a rational reassessment of some universal axiological truths.
- May 7, 16-18h
A Pragmatic Redefinition of Value(s): Toward a General Model of Valuation
Nathalie Heinich (CNRS, Centre de recherche sur les arts et le langage (CRAL) - EHESS)
- May 14, 16-18h
The Lesson of Coronavirus: Experiencing Values, Experiencing Oneself
Roberta De Monticelli (San Raffaele University, Milan, 2019-20 Paris IAS Fellow)
- May 21, 16-18h
Values and passions: The case of humiliation
Gloria Origgi (CNRS, Institut Nicod - PSL)
- May 25, 16-18h
From the Embodied Self to the Embodied Person. On the Constitution of One’s Own Personal Expressive Style
Francesca Forlè (San Raffaele University, Milan)
- May 26, 16-18h
Qualitative Social Ontology
Francesca De Vecchi (San Raffaele University, Milan)
- May 28, 16-18h
What are emotional mechanisms?
Alessandro Salice (University of Cork)