On August, Tuesday 2 and Thursday 4, Prof. Juan José Sanguineti (Pontificia Università della Santa Croce, Rome) will teach the course Convictions and Certainties. The course will address contemporary issues on the philosophy of knowledge. Prof. Sanguineti is ordinary professor of Philosophy of Knowledge.
Date and time: August 2 and 4, from 9.30 to 13:30.
Place: Instituto de Filosofía Lecture Room.
This course is one of the four obligatory courses of the Humanistic Studies Program.
Juan José Sanguineti has a PhD in Philosophy (Universidad de Navarra, Spain). He is Professor of Philosophy of Knowledge at the School of Philosophy at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross (Rome). He has published fifteen books and nearly a hundred scientific articles on theory of knowledge, philosophy of science, philosophy of nature, philosophy of mind and the neurosciences. He was Director of the Scientific Committee of the Project STOQ III (Rome, 2007-2010, University of the Holy Cross, area of Neurosciences). He regularly delivers graduate courses and seminars at different universities in Latin America. He is ordinary member of the Pontifical Roman Academy of Saint Thomas and of the Sociedad Tomista Argentina. He is a member of the scientific committee of the journal Acta Philosophica (University of the Holy Cross).