A continuación se muestra una lista de algunas de las actividades (conferencias, seminarios, workshops, etc.) que han tenido lugar en nuestro centro en los últimos siete años.

Próximos eventos

Julio – Septiembre 2018

Abril – Junio 2018

Enero – Marzo 2018

Octubre – Diciembre 2017

Abril- Junio 2017

Enero – Marzo 2017

Octubre – Diciembre 2016

Abril – Junio 2016 

Enero – Marzo 2016

Octubre – Diciembre 2015

Julio – Septiembre 2015

Abril – Junio 2015

Enero – Marzo 2015

Octubre – Diciembre 2014

Julio – Septiembre 2014

Abril – Junio 2014

Enero – Marzo 2014

Octubre – Diciembre 2013

Julio – Septiembre 2013

Abril – Junio 2013

Enero – Marzo 2013

 Octubre – Diciembre 2012

Julio – Septiembre 2012

Abril – Junio 2012

Enero – Marzo 2012

Octubre – Diciembre 2011

(English) IAS-Research Seminar by Iñigo Arandia (UPV/EHU): «Placebo effects have played a key role in the history of medicine, and they are still nowadays extremely useful as the gold standard to test the efficacy of many treatments through Randomized Control Trials (RCT). Despite its importance, they did not receive much research attention until the last two decades or so, and we are still far from a complete understanding of the phenomena related to the umbrella-term placebo. We will show that part of the problems and limitations to understand the placebo effects is related to theoretical assumptions that are often implicit in the current biomedical paradigm: the mind-body dualism, the predominance of individualism, the reductionist tendency to study isolated factors, and neglecting the dynamic nature of human beings (i.e, their history and evolution process). By taking advantage of the distinction between pre-reflective and reflective consciousness employed in the phenomenological tradition, the theoretical framework of the enactive perspective, and the philosophy of individuation developed by Gilbert Simondon, we will propose a novel way to analyze placebo interventions that overcomes some of the limitations of current approaches, and is able to explain part of the huge variability of placebo responses, across subjects and across conditions. Instead of offering a full account of placebo phenomena, we will provide insights to better analyze different experimental paradigms employed in placebo research considering that each subject is an embodied agent situated in a social environment with concrete problems that can be interpreted as a sense-making challenge or a search for meaning. Then, the placebo intervention can be understood as just the last step that triggers a large response but that would be impossible without the history of the subject, all her previous attempts to cope with her condition in her social context, the patient-practitioner interaction and other features that are often neglected or labelled as non-specific in the placebo literature.» @ Centro Santamaria B14
Nov 26 a las 11:30 – 13:30

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(English) IAS-Research Seminar by Miguel Aguilera and Manuel Heras (UPV/EHU): «Autopoiesis in the Game of Life» @ Centro Santamaria B14
Dic 3 a las 11:30 – 13:30

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(English) IAS-Research Seminar by Leonardo Bich (UPV/EHU): «Multicellularity: realizing functional integration by organising the intercellular space» @ Centro Santamaria (B14)
Dic 17 a las 11:30 – 13:30

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(English) IAS-Research Talk by Marc Artiga (Universitat de València): Title TBA @ Centro Santamaria B14
Ene 14 a las 11:30 – 13:30
(English) IAS-Research Talk by Silvia de Cesare (Université de Genève): Title TBA @ Centro Santamaria B14
Ene 28 a las 11:30 – 13:30