Paradoxes of Conflicts

Paradoxes of Conflicts

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ISBN-13: 9783319824710
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Publication date: 07/07/2018
Series: Logic, Argumentation & Reasoning , #12
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2016
Pages: 218
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

About the Author

Giovanni Scarafile (PhD, Lecce University) teaches Ethics of Communication at University of Salento in Lecce. He is vicepresident of the IASC, International Association for the Study of Controversies. With Dana Riesenfeld, has coauthored the book “Philosophical Dialogue” (Springer 2014). His last monography is “Interdisciplinarità ed etica della comunicazione”, Lulu 2014.

Leah Gruenpeter-Gold (PhD candidate, Tel-Aviv University) mentored by Prof. Marcelo Dascal. Research centers on visual pragmatics and focuses on René Magritte’s methodology of non-interpretation. Participated in the IASC workshop “Listening and Controversies” chaired by Prof. Giovanni Scarafile during the 23RD World Congress of Philosophy WPC, Athens 2013.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Emanuela De Riccardis, Giovanni Scarafile. Conflicts in interdisciplinary communication.- Chapter 2. Rodica Amel. Petitio principia. (With reference to doxastic/belief dialectics).- Chapter 3. Francesca Panarello. Divergent perspectives on conflicts; conflicts “viewed” through the eyes of a magistrate and of an empathetic mediator. A transversal and interdisciplinary approach.- Chapter 5. Alberta Giani. Conflict. The possible dialogue.- Chapter 5. Adriano Fabris. Religious and Cultural tensions and their overcoming in Contemporary World.- Chapter 6. Amnon Knoll. Pragma-Just Peace and the place of intergroup controversies in intractable conflicts.- Chapter 7. Varda Furman Koren. Paradoxes of Political Conflicts. Case study: The eclipse of a Prime minister (Belgium 1830- 1831).- Chapter 8. Yechiel Michael Barilan. Paradoxes of wisdom and power in conflict resolution.- Chapter 9. Matthias Armgardt. Ways to peace – a jewish-christian perspective.- Chapter 10. Francesco Lucrezi. Citizenship and religion: inclusions and exclusions in the ancient world.- Chapter 11. Maurizia Pierri. The limits of procedural democracy in intercultural conflicts about values.- Chapter 12. Adelino Cattani. The paradox of the discussion:” In order to argue you have to agree”.- Chapter 13. Ottavio Di Grazia. Paradoxes of conflicts between reciprocity and asymmetry.- Chapter 14. Emma Palese. Symbolic scenario of the conflict.- Chapter 15. Antonino Drago. Qualifying Galtung’s A-B-C as a scientific and strategic theory of all kinds of conflicts.- Chapter 16. Varda Dascal. The configuration of the between dilemma.- Chapter 17. Leah Gruenpeter Gold. The Paradox of double-bind theory in controversies: the case of “silence” in the philosophical questions that abounded during the 18th century in Europe.- Chapter 18. Markku Roinila. Leibniz, Bayle and the controversy on the workings of the soul.- Chapter 19. Gabor A Zemplen. From deep disagreement to intractable conflict: Newton’s first optical controversy and the (re)positioning of a discovery.- Chapter 20. Silvia Poti. Living with strangers: social issues and internal conflicts in Robert Louis Stevenson and Chinua Achebe’s novels.- Chapter 21. Francisco Alvarez. Conflicts, Bounded Rationality and Collective Wisdom in a Networked Society.- Chapter 22. Aviram Sariel. Analytic Controversies.- Chapter 23. Terri Mannarini. Socio-cognitive biases in LULU conflicts: How false consensus and ingroup over-exclusion effects can enhance pro-ingroup actions.- Chapter 24. Pia Vuolanto. Boundary-Work in the Controversy over Therapeutic Touch in Finnish Nursing Science.- Chapter 25. Angelo Corallo. Science vs. Ethics. Strategies for a collaboration.- Chapter 26. Giovanni Scarafile. The doctor-patient relationship in the perspective of the ethics of communication.- Chapter 27. Marcelo Dascal. On Conflicts.

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