How Much Science Do Philosophers Cite?Paul Rehren (Utrecht University)
Online Experimental Philosophy Workshop, Season 3, UK X-PHI @ UEA
We are delighted to announce the next series of our monthly online workshop devoted to discussion of work in progress in experimental philosophy. The UK Experimental Philosophy Workshop, organised by the University of East Anglia (UK X-PHI @ UEA), will be held via Teams, usually on the second Wednesday of each month, 16:00-17:30 UK time. Teams links will always be circulated a day in advance.
To attend and receive the invitation to the online talks please sign up here: https://forms.office.com/r/bP7Gb1Faii. If you have registered for a previous series, you don't need to register again.
12 April 23, 1600-1800 UTC+1
- Robin Kopecky (Prague), Michaela Jirout Košová (Prague): Founding Philosophical Intuitions about Robotic Mind and Moral Status
- Dariusz Miekisz (UJ), Bertram Gawronski (UTA), Tomasz Zuradzki (UJ): Antidepressants, emotional numbness and moral judgment
17 May 23, 1600-1800 UTC+1 (note 3rd weds of month)
- Eric Wilkinson (McGill): A Comparison of Demographic Variance and Ordering Effects in Logical and Ethical Intuitions
- Barsha Shah (Augustana University), Adam Shriver (Drake University), Jilian Hendricks (Bristol University), Daniel Weary (University of British Columbia), Amalia Urloiu (University of British Columbia): Ethical Attitudes Towards the Use of Novel Technology to Prevent Disease Outbreaks in Animal Agriculture
14 June 23, 1600-1800 UTC+1
- Alejandro Rosas (UNAL Bogota): Moral science: Cognitive architecture and moral disagreement
- Ethan Landes (Zurich): Names Matter: Exploring the effect of labels in conceptual engineering
12 July 23, 1600-1800 UTC+1
- Kiichi Inarimori (Hokkaido Univ), Yusuke Haruki (Hokkaido Univ), Kengo Miyazono (Hokkaido Univ): Do people understand determinism?
- Jacopo Pallagrosi (IUSS Pavia), Bruno Cortesi (IUSS Pavia), Achille Fusco (IUSS Pavia): Knowledge by Acquaintance: A Study in Experimental Philosophy
11 October 23, 1600-1800 UTC+1
- Carlo Martini (Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milan), Giorgia Adorno (Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milan), Luca Ausili (Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milan) : Lab in the field experiments to study scientific disinformation in Italian high schools
- Izabela Skoczeń (Jagiellonian University): Lies, Common Ground and the Law
8 November 23, 1600-1800 UTC+0 (note end of summer time)
- Paul Rehren (Utrecht University): How Much Science Do Philosophers Cite?
- Markus Kneer (Zurich), Lucien Baumgartner (Zurich): What's the matter with reasonable
13 December 23, 1600-1800 UTC+0
- Adrian Ziółkowski (University of Warsaw), Mateusz Wolski (University of Warsaw): Presuppositions, Holes, and Plugs: An Empirical Study
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