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Internacional Conference: Mind and Responsibility

21, may 2015

The Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Sciences and its Research Centre are organizing the International Conference on "Mind and Responsibility - Philosophy, Sciences and Criminal Law", which will take place at the Law School of the University of Lisbon, on Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd May.

 SEE HERE VIDEO RECORDINGS: 

  • OPENING SESSION

(1) | (2) | (3)

  • Session I: NEUROSCIENCES AND FREE WILL

Free will and Determinism: The Psychosurgery Saga | Language of Conscience is Crucial to Criminal Responsibility? | Contemporary Challenges in Knowledge Cartographies | Free Will and the Metaphysics of Modalit | Report

  • Session II: NEUROCRIMINAL LAW

 Social Brain, Cultural Diversity and criminal liability | Freedom, Culpability and Neurosciences | Determinism, Neurosciences and Criminal ResponsibilityThe Relationship between Neurosciences and Criminal Law from the Humanist Compatibilism Point of View | Report

  • Session III: MENTAL SATES IN PSYCHOLOGY, CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY AND NON-CRIMINAL SOLUTIONS

The Development of Mentalizing Theory | Anti-Social Personality Disorder, the Failure of Mentalizing and the Structure of Mental Disorder | Promoting Mentalizing and Rekindling Trust: The Path to Restoring Agency and Responsibility in Adolescents | Report 1 | Report 2

  • Session IV: THE LANGUAGE AND THE LOGIC OF RESPONSIBILITY ASCRIPTION

 Legal Knowledge Representation and the Possibility of a Legal Inference Engine | Computational basis of responsibility ascription | Artificial intelligence, Robotics and Emotions | Report 1 | Report 2