Logique, langage, philosophie des mathématiques

The Action-Product Distinction and its Importance in Speech Act Theory and Social Ontology


Social reality consists of objects constituted, at least in part, by the intentionality of agents. It is the intentionality of agents that conveys objects with functions, representational properties, truth or satisfaction conditions, and normativity.  This is a central theme in the work of John Searle on social reality.

Ontological Issues in the Life Sciences - Third European Advanced School in the Philosophy of the Life Sciences

Responsable (s)
BONIOLO Giovanni
CALLEBAUT Werner - professeur titulaire au Konrad Lorentz Institute & Université de Vienne

The European Advanced School for the Philosophy of the Life Sciences is organized by top level institutions in the philosophy and history of life sciences. EASPLS aims at fostering research, the advancement of students, and collaborations in the field of the philosophy of the biomedical sciences, broadly conceived.