List of papers admitted to the 2014 IASC Conference
(We are working hard to prepare the book of the program of the Conference)
- J. Francisco Álvarez, UNED, Madrid. Conflicts, Bounded Rationality and Collective Wisdom in a Networked Society.
- Rodica Amel, Bucharest University. Petitio principii. (With reference to doxastic/belief dialectics).
- Matthias Armgardt, Konstanz University. Ways to peace – a jewish-christian perspective.
- Pierluigi Barrotta, University of Pisa. Scientific controversies in democratic societies: a pragmatist approach.
- Adelino Cattani, Padoa University. The paradox of the discussion:”In order to argue you have to agree”
- Ottavio Di Grazia, Universtà degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa, Napoli. Paradoxes of conflicts between reciprocity and asymmetry.
- Antonino Drago, formerly at Naples University “Federico II”. Qualifying Galtung’s A-B-C as a scientific and strategic theory of all kinds of conflicts.
- Adriano Fabris, Università di Pisa. Religious and Cultural tensions and their overcoming in Contemporary World.
- Varda Furman Koren, INALCO University, Paris. Paradoxes of Political Conflicts. Case study: The eclipse of a Prime minister (Belgium 1830-1831).
- Alberta Giani, University of Salento. Conflict: the possible dialogue.
- Leah Gruenpeter Gold, Israel. The Paradox of double-bind theory in controversies: the case of “silence” in the philosophical questions that abounded during the 18th century in Europe.
- Moshe Klein, Tel Aviv University. The universal Language – Distinction
- Amnon Knoll, Tel Aviv University. Pragma-Just Peace and the place of intergroup controversies in intractable conflicts.
- Francesco Lucrezi, University di Salerno. Citizenship and religion: inclusions and exclusions in the ancient world.
- Terri Mannarini, University of Salento – Michele Roccato, University of Turin. Socio-cognitive biases in LULU conflicts: How false consensus and ingroup over-exclusion effects can enhance pro-ingroup actions.
- Oswaldo Melo Souza Filho, Air Force Academy of Brazil. Conflict and disagreement: challenges to a dialogical-oriented morality at the edge of a peaceful coexistence breakdown.
- Emma Palese. University of Salento. Symbolic scenario of the conflict.
- Francesca Panarello (Messina), Divergent perspectives on conflict; conflict “viewed” through the eyes of a magistrate and of an empathetic mediator. A transversal and thus, interdisciplinary approach
- Markku Roinila, University of Helsinki. Leibniz, Bayle and the controversy on the workings of the soul.
- Aviram Sariel, Tel Aviv University. Analytic Controversies.
- Giovanni Scarafile, Università del Salento. Image of conflicts. Conflict of images.
- Idan Shimony – Yekutiel Shoham, Normative approach to Dascal’s typology of polemics
- Pia Vuolanto, Research Centre for Knowledge, Science, Technology and Innovation Studies TaSTI University of Tampere, Finland. Boundary-Work in the Controversy over Therapeutic Touch in Finnish Nursing Science
- Gábor Á Zemplén, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). From deep disagreement to intractable conflict: Newton’s first optical controversy and the (re)positioning of a discovery.
Confirmation of the participation
Authors are kindly invited to confirm their participation to the Conference. To do so, they need to:
1) Fill the following online form
2) Pay the inscription fee by September 30. Each participant (speaker or listener) is kindly invited to pay the inscription fee. Please note that the inscription fee can vary depending on the Country of the Authors. If you need the IASC official receipt of your payment, please contact us before paying (email@example.com).
People coming from:
ITALY: €60,00; EUROPE: €40,00; REST OF THE WORLD: €20,00
To pay the inscription fee, you have two alternative options:
1) You can choose a money transfer, using the following information:
ACCOUNT NUMBER: Conto BancoPosta Click n.: 1020808406
HOLDER: SCARAFILE GIOVANNI (IASC VP)
(Address of the Bank: Via Taranto, 58 73100 LECCE – ITALY)
2) You can pay using Paypal (without any bank charge).
Accommodation in Lecce
Lecce is a historic city of 95,000 inhabitants in southern Italy, the capital of the province of Lecce (the second province in the region by population), as well as one of the most important cities of Apulia. It is the main city of the Salentine Peninsula, a sub-peninsula at the heel of the Italian Peninsula, and is over 2,000 years old. Because of the rich Baroque architectural monuments found in the city, Lecce is commonly nicknamed “The Florence of the South.” The city also has a long traditional affinity with Greek culture going back to its foundation; the Messapii who founded the city are said to have been Cretans in Greek records. To this day, in the Grecìa Salentina, a group of towns not far from Lecce, the griko language is still spoken. Lecce is an official city candidate to become the European Capital of Culture in 2019. In a city like Lecce, the choices of accommodation are varied (from B & B to hotels to luxury hotels) and, as such, must meet the most diverse needs.
The University of Salento has signed an agreement with the Grand Hotel Tiziano for preferential rates on particular scientific events. The agreement provides the following nightly rates:
A) Classic Room: Single € 55,00 or DOUBLE: €75
B) Superior Room: Single €85,00 or DOUBLE: €105,00
City Tax: EUR 1,00 per day.
To take advantage of this opportunity, you are invited to directly contact the Hotel, sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the email you have to specify:
1) “According to the agreement with the University of Salento, I kindly ask to have access to special rates for the IASC conference organized by Prof. Giovanni Scarafile.”
2) Personal information (name, surname, etc.)
3) Classic or Superior room
4) Single or Double Room (in case of Double room, you have to specify: double bed or two single beds)
5) Arrival date – Departure Date. Number of nights
Grand Hotel Tiziano will send a confirmation of your booking.
How to get to Lecce
Lecce is accessible by train, by air and car. Brindisi Airport is the closest airport to Lecce (40 km away). Brindisi Airport is connected daily with several airports, including Rome and Milan, Italian international airports par excellence. From Brindisi airport to arrive in Lecce, you can use the following options:
1) (Recommended option). Public bus. At Lecce, the City Terminal is 50 meters from Grand Hotel Tiziano. Timetable and opportunity to purchase tickets online (EUR 8,00).
2) Collective taxi. Takes you directly to the hotel. Booking online (note: the driver does not always speak English).
Reservations and information: http://www.airshuttle.it/index_eng.asp
Cost of route, Brindisi-Lecce or Lecce-Brindisi: EUR 20,00.
3) Taxi. The cost is about EUR 50,00. We strongly recommend that you confirm with the taxi driver the cost of the journey before leaving.
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