Responsible Disagreement

August 22, 2024 - August 23, 2024
Department of Philosophy, University of Bergen



  • The workshop is funded by the Practical Philosophy Group and the Meltzer Research Fund.


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Disagreement among citizens in the political sphere is a persistent feature of democratic societies. The relevance and implications of this disagreement for theories of justice, political legitimacy, and democracy is a central occupation of contemporary political philosophers. However, disagreement is also an important topic in contemporary epistemology, with a focus on how it is rational to revise one’s beliefs in response to disagreement. The workshop will bring together these different perspectives in order to provide a more comprehensive picture of the norms that govern political disagreement.

Registration is not needed for people with an affiliation to the University of Bergen. People who are not affiliated with the University of Bergen should send an email to Torfinn Huvenes ([email protected]) if they would like to attend the workshop.

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