Forum Scientiarum

Vorträge 2018

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30. Januar 2018, 18 Uhr

Vortragsreihe des Wissenschaftlichen Beirats des Forum Scientiarum

Islamic Theology of Religious Pluralism in Ottoman Syria: A Forgotten Legacy?

Frau Prof. Dr. Lejla Demiri, Zentrum für Islamische Theologie

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Mittwoch, 11. April 2018, 18 Uhr

Hora Zabarjadi Sar, University of Queensland, Australia:

A Husserlian analysis of the horizon-structure of experience in case of ‘hermeneutical injustice’ and ‘epistemic marginalization’

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Dienstag, 12. Juni 2018, 18 Uhr c.t.


Associate Professor Dr. Bogdan Minca, Bukarest:

„Platon und Heidegger über das Hermeneutische”

im Rahmen des → Tübinger Phänomenologischen Kolloquiums

Mittwoch, 4. Juli 2018, 18 Uhr c.t.

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Prof. Dr. Carolin Huhn

Glyphosat – Hintergründe zur EU Entscheidung über die weitere Zulassung


in der Reihe der Vorträge des Beirates

Dienstag, 17. Juli 2018, 20 Uhr c.t. Forum Scientiarum, Hörsaal

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Dienstag, 17. Juli, 20 Uhr c.t.

Professor Dr. Hiroshi Abe, Kyoto: „Tetsuro Watsujis Ethik

Vortrag im Rahmen des → Tübinger Phänomenologischen Kolloquiums

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Montag, 17. September um 19:00 Uhr

Jacy Reese – The End Of Animal Farming

Veranstalter: “Effektiver Altruismus Tübingen”, verantwortlich: Yannick Mühlhauser und Malte Hendrickx


Abstract:

Today there's widespread agreement that factory farming is devastating for human and animal welfare. This talk is not about those problems. Instead, Reese will drawn upon evidence from history, psychology, and elsewhere to trace out the strategic roadmap that seems most likely to end factory farming. The timeline has four stages: Foundation, Revolution, Stigmatization, and Follow-Through. Reese will trace out the most important developments of technological and social change in each of these stages, such as the advent of clean meat (real meat made without animal slaughter). a shift in focus from opposing factory farming alone to instead fighting against animal farming as a whole, and a transition from one-by-one diet change (e.g. "Go vegan!") to a society-wide movement (e.g. "End animal farming!").

Jacy is the Research Director at Sentience Institute, a nonprofit think tank researching the most effective strategies to expand humanity's moral circle. He is working on his first book, The End of Animal Farming, which uses the effective altruism lens to outline a roadmap to a more ethical, sustainable, and prosperous food system for humans and animals. He has written in outlets including Quartz, Salon, and Vox, and presented on these topics in 20 countries and was recognized as one of Vice’s “Humans of the Year” in December 2017 along with his co-founder Kelly Witwicki.
His TEDx Talk has been viewed over 70.000 times: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBmbVphZKYc&t=1s

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29. November 2018, Kupferbau, Hörsaal 22, 20 Uhr

Das Menschenrecht auf Nahrung – lässt es sich gerichtlich einklagen?

Vortrag und Diskussion mit Colin Gonsalves, der für das erfolgreiche Verfahren zum Recht auf Nahrung am Obersten Gerichtshof in Indien mit dem Alternativen Nobelpreis 2017 ausgezeichnet wurde. Nach einem kurzen Impulsvortrag von Colin Gonsalves folgt ein Podiumsgespräch mit ihm, Sofía Monsalve (Generalsekretärin von FIAN International) und Martin Remppis (Berater zum Recht auf Nahrung bei Brot für die Welt).