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The Third Meeting of the Tokyo Philosophy Project

"Philosophical Approaches to Meaning in Life"

Waseda University (Waseda Campus)
August 24th, 2018: 13:00 – 17:30

* Coodinator: Masahiro Morioka (Professor, Waseda University)

Thaddeus Metz (Professor, Johanesburg University)
“Meaning in Life in African Philosophy”

Tomohiro Manabe (JSPS Research Fellow, Kyushu University)
“The Meaning/Purpose of Life in Indian Classical Tradition”

Jordančo Sekulovski (Adjunct Professor, Temple University Japan)
“Truth, Language and Meaning”

Mizuho Takemura (Associate Professor, Japan Welfare University)
“Groundwork of the Philosophical Research Regarding the Meaning of Sports”

 

The Second Meeting of the Tokyo Philosophy Project

"AI, Robot, and Philosophy"

Waseda University (Waseda Campus)
May 27th, 2018: 13:00 – 17:30

* Coordinator: Jordančo Sekulovski (Adjunct Professor, Temple University Japan)

Speakers: Jordančo Sekulovski, Masahiro Morioka, + 6 philosophers

 

The First Meeting of the Tokyo Philosophy Project

"Philosophy of Non-Existence"

Waseda University (Waseda Campus)
May 15th, 2017: 12:00 – 16:30

Stephen Mumford (Professor, Durham University)
“Negatives and Denial”

Daisuke Kachi (Professor, Saitama University)
“The Reality of Holes”

Toru Genka (JSPS Research Fellowships for Young Scientists, University of Tokyo)
“Perception of the Absence of Sounds”

Takeshi Morisato (Adjunct Professor, Temple University Japan Campus)
“On the Overdeterminacy of Nothingness: How Nothing Matters in the Kyoto School Philosophy”

Masahiro Morioka (Professor, Waseda University)
“Person and Non-existence”

* Coordinator: Mizuho Takemura (Associate Professor, Japan Welfare University)