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Centre for the Study of Social Action (CSSA)  

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The Centre for the Study of Social Action (CSSA) is an interdisciplinary research centre based at the University of Milan. Its main goal is to promote collaboration and interaction between scholars interested in the study of action from a philosophical, psychological, and social-scientific perspective. The Centre promotes seminars, workshops, and conferences, and hosts visiting scholars working on topics that fall within the scope of its research.

People involved from the Department of Philosophy "Piero Martinetti":

  • Francesco Guala coordiantes the Centre's activity.
  • Clotilde Calabi is a philosopher interested in theories of action and collective intentionality
  • Corrado Sinigaglia is a philosopher interested in social cognition and the neural basis of social action.
  • Giuliano Torrengo is a philosopher working on metaphysics and social ontology.
  • Silvano Zipoli Caiani is a philosopher interested in action and perception.
  • Sandro Zucchi is a philosopher of language who works on semantics.

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Eventi CSSA  

June 21, 2018: Book Symposium: Margaret Gilbert’s Rights and Demands

The Logic and Philosophy of Science Seminar preesents il Book Symposium on Margaret Gilbert’s Rights and Demands organized by the Centre for the Study of Social Action (CSSA). Room "Enzo Paci" — Directorate of the Department of Philosophy (Via Festa del Perdono 7, Milano), h. 9:30-19:00.

June 27, 2017: Workshop: Minimal Shared Agency

Speakers: Francesco Guala (Milan), Corrado Sinigaglia (Milan), Santiago Arango Munoz (Antioquia). Organized by Centre for the Study of Social Action (CSSA). Sala Enzo Paci, Dipartimento di Filosofia (via Festa del Perdono, 7), h. 9:30.

May 31 - June 1, 2017: Workshop: Cognition in Groups

Workshop organized by Centre for the Study of Social Action (CSSA). Speakers: Laura Candiotto (University of Edinburgh), Natalia Danilkina (University of Groningen), Angelica Kaufmann (University of Göttingen), Kourken Michaelian (University of Dunedin), Christoph Michel (University of Regensburg), Giulia Piredda (IUSS Center for Neurocognition, Epistemology and Theoretical Syntax in Pavia), Alejandro Rosas (National University of Columbia),David Strohmaier (University of Sheffield), Giuliano Torrengo (University of Milan), Tillmann Vierkant (University of Edinburgh). Room Enzo Paci, Directorate of Department of Philosophy.

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