Measuring (un)intentional conceptual change in philosophy: a corpus study
Lucien Baumgartner (University of Zürich), Paul Rehren (Utrecht University), Krzysztof Sękowski (University of Warsaw)

part of: XPHI UK Work in progress workshop series, Spring 2024
February 14, 2024, 5:00pm - 6:00pm

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University of Manchester
University of East Anglia

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We are delighted to announce the next series of our monthly online workshop devoted to discussion of work in progress in experimental philosophy. The worshop is held via Teams, the second Wednesday of each month, 16:00-18:00 UK time.  The link to the Teams meetings is below.

Feb 14, 16-18 UTC+0

  • Renato Turco (University of Genoa)
    An Experimental Approach to Empty Definite Descriptions             
  • Lucien Baumgartner (University of Zurich), Paul Rehren (Utrecht University), Krzysztof Sękowski (University of Warsaw)
    Measuring (un)intentional conceptual change in philosophy: a corpus study          

Mar 13, 16-18 UTC+0

  • Isabelle Keßels (HHU Düsseldorf), Paul Hasselkuß (HHU Düsseldorf), Daian Bica (HHU Düsseldorf)         
    The Safety Dilemma Put to the Test         
  • José V. Hernández-Conde (University of Valladolid), Agustín Vicente (University of the Basque Country / Ikerbasque) 
    A comparative analysis of the Knobe Effect: Assessing moral, aesthetic, and alethic reasoning in autistic and neurotypical populations             

Apr 10, 16-18 UTC+1

  • Tingting Sui (Peking University), Sebastian Sunday (Peking University)
    A Confucian Algorithm for Autonomous Vehicles
  • Ryan Doran (Universities of Barcelona & Cambridge)
    True Beauty       

May 8, 16-18 UTC+1

  • William Gopal (University of Glasgow)
    Identifying & Rectifying the Instrumentalist Bias in Analytic Social Epistemology
  • Giuseppe Ricciardi (Harvard University) and Kevin Reuter (University of Zurich)
    Exploring the Agent-Relativity of Truth    

Jun 12, 16-18 UTC+1

  • Federico Burdman (Alberto Hurtado University, Chile), Gino Marttelo Carmona Díaz (University of the Andes, Colombia), & María Fernanda Rangel Carrillo (University of the Andes, Colombia)     
    Lay perceptions of control and moral responsibility in addiction   
  • Phuc Nguyen (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum), Andrea Quint (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum), María Alejandra Petino Zappala (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum), Nora Heinzelmann (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität)     
    A cross-cultural study on the ethics and moral psychology of HPV vaccination       

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