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Carla Carmona Escalera

Carla Carmona Escalera
Universidad de Sevilla | US · Departamento de Metafísica y Corrientes Actuales de la Filosofía, Ética y Filosofía Política

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Carla Carmona joined the University of Seville in 2017. She is currently teaching Theory of Dialogue and Interculturality, East Asian Aesthetics, Theory of Knowledge and Contemporary Philosophy. Between 2012-2017, she was Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Extremadura. She has specialized in the philosophy of Wittgenstein and the pictorial ouvre of Egon Schiele. Her current research focuses on embodied cognition and epistemic injustice.

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In this paper, I characterize a new kind of testimonial injustice (TI), a phenomenon I call ‘testimonial void’ (TV), which involves a substantial extension of the limits of the original concept put forward by Miranda Fricker. TV occurs when a speaker withholds epistemic materials on the basis of an epistemically and ethically faulty assumption that...
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The original article has been corrected. A typo in the author name A. Peeters in the following reference has been corrected.
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This paper provides evidence for a radically enactive, embodied account of remembering. By looking closely at highly context-dependent instances of memorizing and recalling dance material, I aim at shedding light on the workings of memory. Challenging the view that cognition fundamentally entails contentful mental representation, the examples I dis...
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A fourfold use of Wittgenstein’s later philosophy in order to tackle fundamental conceptual misconceptions in the domain of dance practice is proposed: the extension to dance of the insights of his remarks on other arts, the application to dance instructions of his method of examination of the use of language, the extension to dance of the insights...
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The aim of this paper is to gain more insight into the understanding of a dance movement by making use of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s philosophy . I will look at how a movement is taught and rehearsed until it is accomplished in order to shed light on what understanding a movement involves and will reflect on what takes place in the execution of a moveme...
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Pondremos de relieve las convergencias y divergencias entre la noción de Martin Heidegger de cuidar (generalmente en términos de “schonen” y “pflegen”) y la noción de Ludwig Wittgenstein de mostrar (“zeigen”). Haremos una comparación específica, que no aspira a ser exhaustiva, de unos términos que son esenciales a las filosofías de dos pesos pesado...
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Ludwig Wittgenstein gave priority to aesthetics over other disciplines due to its invaluable capacities for revealing certain aspects of the nature of human understanding and for guiding our actions toward an ethical life. Although Wittgenstein did not focus on these issues in a systematic way, these worries were present in his philosophy during hi...
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Este articulo es parte de un proyecto mas amplio que se propone otorgar a la obra del pintor Egon Schiele el lugar que se merece dentro de la que fuera llamada por Allan Janik y Stephen Toulmin “la Viena de Wittgenstein”. Proponemos ciertas correlaciones entre la vision estetica de Schiele y la filosofia de Ludwig Wittgenstein. Compartimos el enfoq...
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Resumen This paper is part of a larger project that tries to give to Egon Schiele's oeuvre the place it deserves in what was called by Allan Janik and Stephen Toulmin 'Wittgenstein's Vienna'. We intend to establish certain correlations between Schiele's aesthetic vision and Ludwig Wittgenstein's philosophy. We share the interdisciplinary approach...
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Una de las frases más citadas y peor interpretadas de Wittgenstein es la proposición con la que se cierra el Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus: �de lo que no se puede hablar hay que callar�. Los problemas estéticos, al igual que los éticos, formaban parte de ese mundo infinito de lo que no viene al caso, ante el que sólo cabía el recurso al silencio a...
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En La Gaya Ciencia, Nietzsche distinguía entre el filósofo de la carencia y el de la abundancia: “en algunos, lo que filosofa son sus defectos, en otros, sus riquezas y fuerzas. Aquéllos necesitan una filosofía, como sostén, calmante, medicina, redención, edificación, enajenación de sí mismos; para éstos la filosofía es tan sólo un hermoso lujo, en...

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