การสัมมนาประจำปี สมาคมปรัชญาและศาสนาฯ

การสัมมนาทางวิชาการประจำ​​​ปี​​ 2558 ของสมาคมปรัชญา​​​และ​​​ศาสนา​​​แห่งประ​​​เทศไทย

ร่วม​​​กับ​​​ ภาควิชาปรัชญา คณะอักษรศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยศิลปากร

เรื่อง​​ ​​สุนทรียศาสตร์และจริยศาสตร์กับโลกปัจจุบัน

วันที่​​ 6-7 มกราคม 2559

ณ​​ ​​อาคารวชิรมงกุฎ คณะอักษรศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยศิลปากร
วันพุธที่​​ 6 มกราคม 2559

08.00 – 08.45 ​​ ลงทะ​​​เบียน

08.45 – 09.00 ​​ พิธี​​​เปิด

นายกสมาคมปรัชญา​​​และ​​​ศาสนา​​​แห่งประ​​​เทศไทย​​ ​​กล่าวต้อนรับ​​​ผู้​​​เข้า​​​ร่วมสัมมนา
ผศ. ดร. วรางคณา นิพัทธ์สุขกิจ คณบดี คณะอักษรศาสตร์ ​​กล่าวเปิดการสัมมนา

09.00 – 10.15 “How Do We Understand Human Values in the Age of Technology?” – ปาฐกถา​​​โดย​​ ​​รศ. ดร. โสรัจจ์ หงศ์ลดารมภ์​​ นายกสมาคมปรัชญาและศาสนาฯ

10.15 – 10.25 ​​ รับประทานอาหารว่าง

 

10.25 – 10.55 น.
ห้องที่ 1
ว่าด้วยกระบวนทัศน์เรื่อง “พระเจ้า” ที่ซ่อนอยู่ภายในประวัติศาสตร์ของมนุษยชาติ – ปรีชภักดิ์ ทีคาสุข
ห้องที่ 2
Adorno’s Critical Philosophy of Music – Shang-Wen Wang
10.55 – 11.25 น.
ห้องที่ 1
บทสำรวจความเป็นไปได้ที่ไม่น่าเป็นไปได้ของความมุ่งหมายแบบรวมหมู่ – ปิยณัฐ ประถมวงษ์
ห้องที่ 2
Emotion, Phenomenology and Viewer Response Theory in Film – John G Wilson

11.25 -11.55 น.
ห้องที่ 1
บทบาทผู้นำสตรีไทยกับการบำเพ็ญประโยชน์ต่อสังคมตามแนวพุทธศาสน์ – ชมกร เศรษฐบุตร
ห้องที่ 2
Bringing Benefit to the World: A Mohist Approach to Global Citizenship – Paul Gallagher

11.55-12.25 น.
ห้องที่ 1
แห่ผ้าขึ้นธาตุเมืองนคร: การประดิษฐ์สร้างประเพณี – ศนิ สุวรรณศรี และ ปัญญา เทพสิงห์
ห้องที่ 2
Moral Expressivism and the Inconsistency Problem – Prach Panchakunathorn

12.25 – 13.15 ​​ รับประทานอาหารกลางวัน

13.15 – 15.15 อภิปราย “สุนทรียศาสตร์กับโลกปัจจุบัน”
​อาจารย์ธิดาวดี สกุลโพน (คณะอักษรศาสตร์ จุฬาฯ)
ผศ. จรูญ โกมุตรัตนานนท์​ (คณะศิลปะศาสตร์ ม.รังสิต) (กำลังทาบทาม)
ผศ.บุญส่ง​ ชัยสิงห์กานานนท์ (คณะอักษรศาสตร์ ม. ศิลปากร)
​​ผู้​​​ดำ​​​เนินการอภิปราย​: ​ อ. ดร.พุฒวิทย์ บุนนาค (คณะมนุษยศาสตร์ มศว.)

15.15 – 15.30 ​​ พักรับประทานอาหารว่าง

15.30 – 17.00 ​ ประชุมสามัญประจำ​​​ปี​​ 2558 ​​ของสมาคมปรัชญา​​​และ​​​ศาสนา​​​แห่งประ​​​เทศไทย
วันพฤหัสบดีที่​​ 7 มกราคม 2559
9.00 – 11.30 อภิปราย “จริยศาสตร์กับโลกปัจจุบัน: ทฤษฏี สุขภาพและ เศรษฐกิจ”
ผศ. อุกฤษฏ์ แพทย์น้อย (คณะอักษรศาสตร์ จุฬาฯ)
อ. เหมือนมาด มุกข์ประดิษฐ์ (คณะศิลปศาสตร์ ม.ธรรมศาสตร์)
รศ. สิวลี ศิริไล (ภาคีสมาชิกราชบัณฑิตประเภทปรัชญา (สาขาจริยศาสตร์))
ผู้ดำเนินการอภิปราย: อ. ดร. ปิยฤดี ไชยพร (คณะอักษรศาสตร์ จุฬาฯ)
11.30 – 13.00 รับประทานอาหารกลางวัน
13.00 -13.30 น. Self-reflexivity and its philosophical dimension in the teachings of the Thai Forest Tradition – Dipti Visuddhangkoon
13.30 -14.00 น. On God in Karol Wojtyla’s Concept of Vertical Transcendence -John Paolo Juliano
14.00 -14.30 น. The Theory of Justification: the Critique of Theory and Its Application – Teerapong Jiaranaidilok
14.30 – 15.00 ศิลปะ ศาสนา และปรัชญา ในแนวคิด สปิริต ของเฮเกล – เกษมพงษ์ วุฒินันท์สุระสิทธิ์
15.00 – 15.15 พักเบรค
15.15 – 15.45 จริยปรัชญาและสุนทรียศาสตร์ข้อตระหนักในการศึกษาภาษา Moocs ของอินมา แอลวาเรซ์ – สิริจิตต์ ปันเงิน
15.45 – 16.15 การวางตัวในฐานะการใคร่ครวญทางจริยศาสตร์ในปรัชญาขงจื่อ – พรพรหม เพ็ญรัตน์
16.15 – 16.45 จริยศาสตร์ในวิถีชีวิตพยาบาลในโลกปัจจุบัน – อรชร ไกรจักร์
16.45 – 17.00 พิธีปิด

ลงทะเบียนได้หน้างาน
ค่าลงทะเบียน บุคคลทั่วไป 800 บาท
สมาชิกสมาคม 600 บาท
นิสิต นักศึกษา 400 บาท

International Conference on Climate Change and Food Security: Ethical Perspectives

International Conference on Climate Change and Food Security: Ethical Perspectives, February 11-13, 2016, Hyderabad, India

Deadline of submission of abstract: September 25, 2015

For details please see inside.

This conference is the second international conference of the Asia-Pacific Society for Food and Agricultural Ethics (APSAFE), which organized its first conference at Chulalongkorn University in November, 2013.

For details please see the following pictures:

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Or the whole file can be downloaded here –> ICCF Brochure latest

Annual Meeting – Philosophy and Religion Society of Thailand

Call for Papers

The Philosophy and Religion Society of Thailand is organizing its 20th annual conference at Faculty of Arts, Silpakorn University, Nakorn Pathom on January 6-7, 2016. The theme of the meeting is “Aesthetics and Ethics in the Contemporary World.”

The Society is pleased to announce a call for papers for the conference. Papers can be in the theme of the conference, or in any topics in philosophy, religious studies, or related fields. All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed, and accepted papers will be announced one month after the deadline of submission.

Important Dates

October 10 Last day of submission of papers for consideration
November 10 Announcement of accepted papers
December 10 Last day of submission of revised papers

January 6 – 7, 2016 Annual Meeting

Papers are accepted in either Thai or English language. The length must be no more than 12 A4 pages inclusive of footnotes and references. The font is Times New Roman, 12 points.

In addition to the paper, please include an abstract of no more than half a page with your paper.

Please send the paper to Dr. Pagorn Singsuriya at pagorn.sin AT mahidol.ac.th. For more information please go to http://www.parst.or.th/

Ethics of Science and Technology: Preparing Professionals for Ethical Science

Joint Chulalongkorn University –

American University of Sovereign Nations (AUSN)

Intensive Training Workshop on Ethics of Science and Technology: Preparing Professionals for Ethical Science

Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

8-10 January 2015

Agenda and Background

Convened by the Center for Ethics of Science and Technology, Chulalongkorn University; American University of Sovereign Nations (AUSN) and Eubios Ethics Institute.

The training will be led by Professor Darryl Macer, Director of the Institute of Indigenous Peoples and Global Studies, and of the Masters Program in Bioethics and Global Public Health (MBGPH), AUSN, USA and Professor Soraj Hongladarom, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Ethics of Science and Technology at Chulalongkorn University, and AUSN Visiting Professor of Ethics of Science and Technology and Philosophy.

There will be other professors and professionals from a range of fields and countries. There will be intensive bioethics training and mentoring on professional presentation, teaching and research skills, with participants invited to make improved presentations after intense training.

This training will count as 3 credit hours for the MBGPH degree, and one of three required residential Intensive Training Programs to graduate from the MBGPH or MPH programs.1 Participants can take it as a stand-alone professional development course as well, but we encourage all those involved in teaching bioethics to gather the Masters degree as well, which is offered as a combination of residential and online sessions around the world. This should increase your salary and job opportunities! AUSN will be offering tuition fee waivers for excellent trainees, for the Masters Program in Bioethics and Global Public Health (MBGPH). Participants are responsible for their own travel and accommodation and meals.

It is free, and it will be fun! – No registration fee for accepted applicants. Register with your background to Ms. Ananya Tritipthumrongchok, Manager, Eubios Ethics Institute, Email: ananya@eubios.info Tel. (+66) 081-870-5959

Draft Agenda

Thursday, 8 January 2015

Room 601/27, Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Building, Chulalongkorn University

8:30 Registration starts

9:00-12:00 lectures by Darryl and Soraj (covering all the topics on the list below during the conference*)

13:00-14:00 lunch in the ground floor cafeteria

14:00-18:00 lectures by Darryl and Soraj and Others including:

Introduction to the MBGPH and MPH combination hybrid programs of AUSN, Darryl Macer

Ethics, autism and special need kids educationMuhammad Rezki Achyana, Director, Putrakami Foundation; Founder ABA Batam, Batam, Riau Archipelago Province, Indonesia

Title to select from listProf, Chutatip Umajavani, Thammasat University, Thailand

Ethics, Technology and Climate Change:  Multiple Challenges with Undetermined Future Parameters, Mr, Leonard  Le Blanc ,  Thailand/USA (To confirm)

Title to confirm, Mr. Diwas Chaulagain, UNESCO Youth’s Club, Nepal

*Attention to Speakers:

You can choose your own topic, or select something close to the topics below which we are covering in the 3 day Intensive Course. Please send back your preferences and the precise title to Darryl, Darryl@eubios.info

Topics will include those included by this 3 credit course of AUSN:

1) Ethics and Philosophy of Science

2) History of science and technology

3) Nanotechnology ethics, Professor Soraj Hongladarom

4) Nanotechnology and environmental and health impacts, Professor Soraj Hongladarom

5) Information ethics and privacy, Professor Soraj Hongladarom

6) Artificial intelligence, the singularity, cyborgs, Professor Soraj Hongladarom(?)

7) Ethics and materials sciences

8) Engineering ethics

9) Disaster ethics

10) Professional responsibility for scientists

11) Use of science and technology in determining public health policies

12) Nuclear weapons technology

13) Open topics

14) The paradigms of science in different cultures

Friday, 9 January 2015

Room 601/27, Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Building, Chulalongkorn University

8:30 Registration starts

9:00-12:00 lectures by Darryl and Soraj (on topic list)

13:00-14:00 lunch in the ground floor cafeteria

14:00-18:00 lectures by Darryl and Soraj and Others

Saturday, 10 January 2015

Room 601/21, Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Building, Chulalongkorn University

8:30 Registration starts

9:00-12:00 lectures by Darryl and Soraj (on topic list)

13:00-14:00 lunch in the ground floor cafeteria

14:00-17:00 lectures by Darryl and Soraj and Others

End

Conference and Course Learning Objectives

1)   How to balance the benefits of science and technology versus the uncertainty of risks, and the precautionary principle.

2)  Ethical issues of labeling genetically modified food, and comparisons to other functional foods.

3) Illustrate dilemmas between use of different forms of energy technologies and preservation of the environment.

4) Information ethics and cyborgs, and artificial intelligence.

5) Nanoethics – overview potential effects of nanotechnology on relations between humans and with the environment.

6)  Engineering ethics and evolution of professional ethics.

7)  Analyze ethical situations that arise in health care, public health, pastoral care, patient advocacy, genetics, medical social work, medical research, environmental sciences and the life sciences.

8)  Identify ethical dilemmas through different lens, including those of gender lens, ability studies, and the perspectives of indigenous communities.

9) Create and scrutinize policies and practices in various settings.

Note on the 10th there will be travel immediately for those coming to Kaeng Krachan (please bring your bags to the conference in the morning, and inform Ananya so that we can make vehicle and accommodation reservations as needed)

Like to see Nature? There will also be a volunteer group going for outdoor training and additional credit in environmental health and ethics, to look after trees and medicinal herbs at the International Peace Park at Kaeng Krachan from 11-12 January if you like to be out of the City, in Trees, Nature and work for Peace. The trees in the peace park were planted by youth from around the world in the name of peace in 2012 and 2013. You can eat the bananas grown at the Park directly from the tree! Come to Thailand in the “cool” season of the year (it is only hot and dry…). We will finish with a night at the Ocean beach, where you may like to swim or reflect on what you have learnt.

Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/807586302631456/

Mindful Learning in the Digital Age

MINDFUL LEARNING IN THE DIGITAL AGE
Inter-Faculty Seminar December 30, 2014 10 am – 12 noon

Location : Boromrajkumari building, Room 707
An ancient practice rooted in Asia’s wisdom cultures, “mindfulness (sati)”  has found new application as a secular form of learning – “mindful  learning”   — which seems particularly suited to the dynamics of the digital age.  In the United States,  On an international basis, applications of mindfulness are being integrated into pedagogy, curriculum, and innovative professional development programs in a broad spectrum of academic and professional fields such a medicine,  engineering, education, and even architecture, sports, and the arts.
In an anticipation of a Summit meeting called Mindfulness 2016, the Faculty of Arts  (Center for Ethics of Science and Technology) is organizing an inter-faculty coalition at Chulalongkorn whose purpose is to introduce new international practices of mindfulness to Chulalongkorn University across all disciplines. In the first of a series of informal, brief seminars on this topic, the Engineering Faculty of Chulalongkorn hosts a discussion that considers how Chulalongkorn’s professional schools and faculties might incorporate mindfulness as a factor in pedagogy, curriculum and innovative professional-development systems.
10:00 am: Welcome by Dean of Faculty of Engineering.

10:10 am: How “mindfulness” evolved from Asia and became integrated into Western science, technology and professional development, Prof Soraj  Hongladarom, Director of Center for Ethics of Science and Technology

10:30 am: Mindful Learning” as a factor professional development in the West and its Implications for Thailand: The Example of Medical Education, by Dr. Sermsak Lolak, George Washington University Medical School.

11:00 am: Mindful Learning in K-12 Education (The Example of DSI and implications of Thai Education, by Khun Paron Israsena, Chairman, DSIL School, King Mongkut University

11:30 am: Exploration of Mindful Learning in the Engineering and Computer Science Academia and Professions: The Relevance of Education 4.0,by f Prof Craig Warren Smith and Dr. Chairat Phongphanee.

HR persective: Example of Awake@Intel,and “Look Inside Yourself,”

Education 4.0 as a model of student-centered, creative, collaborative learning.

Can Mindful Learning be integrated into Education 4.0 at Chula Engineering?

11:50 am: Discussion of Follow Up Options

Dharma Talks by Prof. Geshe Ngawang Samten

Dharma Talks By
Professor Geshe Ngawang Samten
Vice Chancellor, Central University of Tibetan Studies, Sarnath, Varanasi, India

Venerable Professor Geshe Ngawang Samten is the Director and Vice Chancellor of the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies in Sarnath, Varanasi. Prior to assuming the Vice Chancellorship he was Director of the Research and Publications Division of the Institute. Professor Geshe Samten earned his Shastri, Acharya and PhD from the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies and his Geshe degree from Ganden Shartse Monastic University. He is the editor of the Tibetan critical edition of Nagajuna’s Ratnavali (CIHTSPress), and is the co-translator with Professor Jay Garfield of TsongKhapa’s Ocean of Reasoning (Oxford University Press). He has addressed conferences and colloquia around the world, and has held visiting professorships at University of Tasmania, Hamshire College, Amherst College and Smith College.

On 31.03.2009, Venerable Professor was awarded with Padma Shri Award by the President of India in fields of Education and Literature which was announced on 26.01.2009 (Republic Day of India). Reference: http://www.cuts.ac.in/guestsection/vice_chancellor.html

7th July 2014
Topic Buddhism and Science
Time: 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Venue: Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Building, Room 401/18, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Pathumwan Bangkok 10330 , Thailand

8th July 2014
Topic: Spirituality and Philosophy in Buddhism
Time: 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Venue: DMG Center, Amarin Plaza, 22nd Floor, Chidlom, Bangkok

Enquiry and Registration
Contact Number: 089 680 8812 or 081 821 6196
Email: bkk-teaching@tibetanbc.org

Organized by the Tibetan Buddhist Centre, Singapore and the Center for Ethics of Science and Technology, Chulalongkorn University

Buddhism, Economic Ethics and the Ideal World of Gift Economy

You are invited to a talk on:
“Buddhism, Economic Ethics and
the Ideal World of Gift Economy”

by
Karma Lekshe Tsomo
Department of Theology & Religious Studies,
University of San Diego, U.S.A.,

and

Ursula Oswald Spring
Regional Center for Multidisciplinary Research, National Autonomous
University of Mexico

With reflection by Soraj Hongladarom

Friday January 17, 2014 at 13.00 hr., 4th Floor Meeting Room
Social Research Institute, Wisid Prachuabmoh Building
Chulalongkorn University, BANGKOK

The global economy is on the brink of collapse, yet we continue to hear news of corporate buy-outs, multi-million-dollar bonuses, and chronic corruption. What’s the solution? In this talk, Karma Lekshe Tsomo examines the teachings of the Buddha to discover ethical guidelines for economic decision making. Beyond rules and restrictions, she will explore the fundamental principles that could be used to construct an economic system in an ideal world. Ursula Oswald Spring will then introduce the concept of gift economy which is generally a non-category in economics, she will make a reference to mothering as a unilateral free distribution of goods and services and as a means of creating human bonds. She will also give some clues on how the world of gift economy may be attained through visibilizing and mainstreaming matriarchal spirituality. The talk will then be followed by a reflection from Soraj Hongladarom.