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ALEKSANDRA
DERRA

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES:

2013
  • “Science. Polish Perspectives”, Cambridge November 15-16, paper: Why has the queen of bees been the king for so long? The gender problem in science
2012
  • XXXV International Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg, Austria, paper: Why has the queen of bees been the king for so long? Gender problem in science.
2011
  • "Colloquium Philosophicum", Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH), Zürich, paper: The material(istic) turn in philosophical approaches to science and language. Constructivism preserving realistic intuitions. Embodied paradigm showing that language comes from the body (together with Ewa Bińczyk), "Science and Democracy" Latsis Symposium, Zürich.
2010
  • "Practicing science and technology, performing the social", European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST), Trento, Italy, paper: Women as a concealed factor. Epistemological entanglement of the medical phenomenon of anorexia.
2009
  • "Ways to protolanguage: the initial stages of the evolution of the language faculty", Toruń, Poland, paper: Language as a notion philosophically problematic. The case of N. Chomsky’s theory.  (see video here)
  • XXXII International Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg, Austria, paper: How the category of embodiment transforms the problems of philosophy of the language. The case of understanding.
  • "Dimensions of Knowledge", Rostock, Germany, paper: The naturalistic approach to language and its epistemological consequence.
2008
  • "Knowledge and culture", Rostock, Germany, paper: Embodiment and experience as new dimensions in the philosophical debates about language.
2007
  • "Tyranny of the moment", the conference devoted to T.H. Eriksen’s thought, Toruń, Poland, paper: Female subjectivity problem. In the context of the tyranny of the moment.
  • XXX International Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg, Austria, paper: Philosophy at the crossroads. Is it possible to love wisdom in the information age?
2006
  • "Embodied and Situated Cognition: from Phenomenology to Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence", Toruń, Poland, paper: Is the integration between the philosophical perspective and the scientific views possible?
  • XXIX International Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg, Austria, paper: Lebensform as a Wittgensteinian Way of Understanding Culture – Theoretical Perspectives for the (Intercultural) Dialogue.
  • The conference devoted to the condition of analytic philosophy, Amsterdam, Netherlands, paper: Wittgenstein's category of use as a starting point for the theory of language.
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