The dynamic development of modern life sciences in the field of gene modifications, human enhancement or the synthetic creation of new forms of life has brought with it several changes and far-reaching transformations that require increased attention of modern humanities. One of the most significant phenomena can be considered the multilevel crossing of the borders between different scientific disciplines and the erasure of the validity of existing identification criteria, interpretive frameworks and assessment standards. The prepared international scientific workshop aims to consistently respond to this current situation and analyze the shifts in borders from three philosophical perspectives, namely from an ontological, epistemological and ethical perspective. Another intention is to map the current transdisciplinary crossing of borders between bio-scientific and artistic discourses.
Speakers include Peter Sýkora (UCM Centre for Bioethics, SK),
Adam Doležal (Czech Academy of Science, CZ), Martin Zielina (Charles
University, CZ), Jaromir Škoda (Charles University, CZ), Bogumila Suwara
(Slovak Academy of Science, SK), Robert Birkholch (University of Warsaw, PL),
Weronika Lipsycz (University of Warsaw, PL), Jana Tomašovičová (UCM Centre for Bioethics, SK), along with others.
The full programe can be downloaded from here.
Online guest participation:
If you are interested in blurring borders of space,
discourse, and reality, then please be our guest, and join the workshop online. Registration for all virtual
participants, visitors, and guest is free and open at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registered participants and guests will be sent a link to the conference online platform.
Please note the registration deadline for online guests is 09.11.2020.
The relevance of ethical concepts concerning current moral dilemmas associated with modern bioresearch
Concepts of individual autonomy and freedom in the context of modern bio-scientific research
Department of Philosophy and Applied Philosophy, Centre for Bioethics, Faculty of Arts, University of St. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava:
Institute of World Literature, Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava: http://usvl.sav.sk/wp/
The international workshop is
part of the project VEGA 1/0563/18 The Philosophical Analysis
Concerning Deletion of Borders in Contemporary Bio-Discourse.
Centre for Bioethics UCM, Department of Philosophy and Applied Philosophy University of St. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava in cooperation with Institute for Research in Social Communication Slovak Academy of Sciences cordially invite you to attend the Interantional Symposium Promises and Perils of Emerging Technologies for Human Condition.
The Internationl Symposium Promises and Perils of Emerging Technologies for Human Condition was funded by Slovak Research and Development Agency (SRDA/APVV) grant No. APVV 379-12.
Conference date: November 7th 2016
Conference location: SAV, Štefánikova 3, Bratislava
Conference type: International Symposium
Conference topics: Social, ethical and philosophical impacts of emergent technologies.
Centre for Bioethics UCM, Department of Philosophy and Applied Philosophy University of St. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava in cooperation with Institute for Research in Social Communication Slovak Academy of Sciences cordially invite you to attend the multidisciplinary conference.
The multidisciplinary conference Nano-bio-info-cognitive technologies and XXI. century human was funded by Slovak Research and Development Agency (SRDA/APVV) grant No. APVV 379-12.
Conference date: 27.11.2015
Conference location: Goetheho inštitút, Panenská 23, Bratislava.
Conference type: Multidisciplinary conference.
Conference topics: Technological, social and ethical impacts NBIC technologies.