Fourth EECP Early Career Workshop

November 27, 2020 - November 29, 2020
Department of Philosophy, University of Tartu

Tartu
Estonia

Keynote speakers:

University of Manchester
University of St. Andrews

Organisers:

University of Tartu
University of Tartu
University of Tartu
University of Tartu
University of Tartu

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The European Early Career Philosophers network (EECP) is a community of Ph.D. students and early career academic philosophers based in European universities. The aim of EECP is to create a platform for sharing information and experiences about career planning. EECP was established in 2017 and has been holding annual workshops ever since. Each workshop includes a session devoted to the topic of career planning, during which researchers at different stages of their career can exchange information, address questions and build a professional network. 

The topic of this year's career planning session will be "Entering anglophone philosophy".

WORKSHOP PROGRAM

The event will take place online (on Microsoft Teams).

Please register in advance by contacting the organizers: [email protected] 

Friday, Nov 27th

12:00 - Amalia Haro Marchal (Slovak Academy of Sciences): A pragmatic approach to fictional discourse

13:00 - SHORT BREAK

13:05 - Triinu Eesmaa (University of Vienna): Propositional semantics and contextual underspecificity

14:05 - LONG BREAK

14:50 - Vanja Subotic (University of Belgrade): Deep Learning, Deeper Problems: Are We About to Resolve the Dispute Between Rationalists and Empiricists?

15:50 - SHORT BREAK

16:00 - Career Planning session with Helen Beebee (University of Manchester) and Franz Berto (University of St. Andrews) - Session on entering anglophone philosophy.

Saturday, Nov 28th 

12:00 - Mirco Sambrotta (Slovak Academy of Sciences): Expressivism, Inferentialism, and Fictional Discourse

13:00 - SHORT BREAK

13:05 - María Jimena Clavel Vázquez (University of Tartu): Perceiving like a girl? Situated perception in Sensorimotor Enactivism

14:05 - LONG BREAK

14:50 - Matěj Dražil (University of Palacký): The Problem of Folk Psychology's Content

15:50 - SHORT BREAK

15:55 - Nenad Filipović (University of Belgrade): Causal vs. Evidential Decision Theory: The Importance of the DARC Thesis

16:55 - SHORT BREAK 

17:00 - Victoria Lugai (Trinity College Dublin): Whether intentions and free will are behind economic theories?

Sunday, Nov 29th

12:00 - Bogdan Faul (St Petersburg State University): Is God able to change the past? A critique of Lebens’ and Goldschmidt’ theodicies

13:00 - SHORT BREAK

13:10 - Daniil Koloskov (Charles University): Kant, pragmatism and ontological crossroads

14:10 - LONG BREAK

15:00 - Gareth Pearce (University of Vienna): The Philosophical Foundations of Axiom Selection

16:00 - SHORT BREAK

16:10 - Timofei Demin (St Petersburg State University): The Argument from Retribution against Quarantine Model of Derk Pereboom

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November 26, 2020, 7:00pm +03:00

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