Truth, Power, and the Foundations of Democracy: Workshop 2

July 24, 2019 - July 25, 2019
Dartmouth College

Hanover
United States

Sponsor(s):

  • The Leslie Humanities Center
  • The Political Economy Project
  • The Dartmouth Ethics Institute
  • The Rockefeller Center for Public Policy
  • The Dartmouth Department of Philosophy
  • The Dartmouth Department of Government

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What role should truth have in a just and democratic society? How important are claims to truth for resisting unjust social practices? Can democracies effectively handle problems related to misinformation and limited information?

Truth, Power, and the Foundations of Democracy is an interdisciplinary project aimed at addressing these questions, and related ones. The project is co-organized by J. Russell Muirhead (Dartmouth Government) and David Plunkett (Dartmouth Philosophy). It includes three workshops happening during the summer of 2019, of which this workshop is the second. Register online to attend this workshop or others in the series.

Presenters for workshop 2:

  • Zoe Johnson-King (NYU, Philosophy)
  • Daniel Wodak (Penn, Philosophy)
  • Tristram McPherson (Ohio State, Philosophy)
  • David Plunkett (Dartmouth, Philosophy)
  • Hasan Dindjer (Oxford, Law)
  • Zoltan Miklosi (Central European University, Political Science)
  • David Enoch (Hebrew University of Jersualem, Law and Philosophy)

Commentators for workshop 2:

  • Lucas Stancyzk (Harvard, Philosophy)
  • Nadeem Hussain (Stanford, Philosophy)
  • Sukaina Hirji (Penn, Philosophy)
  • Dan Singer (Penn, Philosophy)
  • Ray Briggs (Stanford, Philosophy)
  • Jamie Dreier (Brown, Philosophy)

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July 19, 2019, 11:45pm CST

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