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  • Docent lecture: How to think about moral thought and talk

    [11 Sep 2017] John Eriksson will give his docent lecture on Thursday September 14. The talk, How to think about moral thought and talk, is in English and open for everybody. Welcome.

  • Check your spam folder so you don't miss important information from the university

    [24 Aug 2017] Important e-mails from the university have been placed in the junk mail folder.

  • Riksbankens Jubileumsfond supports the CARe ethics symposium

    [6 Apr 2017] The major Swedish funder of humanities and social science research, Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, has awarded.....

  • Hansberger to R&R as Visiting Scholar

    [30 Mar 2017] Dr. Rotraud Hansberger will be joining Representation and Reality for three months to work on the unique manuscript of the Arabic "translation" of Aristotle's Parva Naturalia (Kitab al-hiss wa-al-mahsus).

  • Ebbesen Receives Grand Award

    [15 Mar 2017] Our researcher professor Sten Ebbesen will receive the Gad Rausing Prize from the Royal Swedish Academy of Letters (Kungliga Vitterhetsakademien) for his prominent deeds and research in the humanities. The decision to hand Ebbesen the award and the prize money, SEK 1.000.000, is motivated by his original philological and philosophical research on historic texts on ancient and medieval logic, semantics and epistemology.

  • What Aristotle thought about Prevision through Dreams

    [3 Nov 2016] Filip Radovic, researcher at Representation and Reality, has published a new paper "Aristotle on Prevision through Dreams". In the paper Radovic argues polemically against other influential interpretations of Aristotle's view on prevision in sleep.

  • Sounds can help develop speech and gestures in children with autism

    [25 Feb 2016] Children with autism and other similar conditions often have difficulties in several areas of communication. A new doctoral thesis in linguistics from the University of Gothenburg shows that these children can develop speech, gestures and a sense of rhythm and melody by listening to various speech sounds.

  • Public contributions to science increasingly common

    [31 Jan 2016] So-called citizen science has become a significant force in several scholarly disciplines. The phenomenon can be found in both the natural and the social sciences, according to the largest systematic analysis to date on the topic, the results of which are published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE.

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