The Implementation Challenge for Conceptual Engineering 2 (ICCE)

March 15, 2021 - March 16, 2021
Arche Philosophical Research Centre, University of St Andrews

Saint Andrews
United Kingdom

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University of East Anglia
University of Lisbon
Universität Karlsruhe
University of Reading
Swiss National Science Foundation
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of Puget Sound
Wageningen University and Research
Universitat de Barcelona
University of Cape Town
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
New York University, Shanghai
University of St Andrews

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Swiss National Science Foundation

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CONCEPTUAL ENGINEERING is an exciting new movement in analytic philosophy that focuses on assessing and improving our conceptual schemes and repertoires. The ICCE Open Online Workshop takes the next step and addresses the issue of how to implement on the ground the ameliorative strategies that conceptual engineers may have come to advocate for. To date, the implementation challenge for conceptual engineering has been formulated (Cappelen and Plunkett 2020, Deutsch 2020), but never specifically addressed, except in a couple of very recent or forthcoming works (Fischer 2020, Jorem 2020, Koch forthcoming, Machery forthcoming). By systematically investigating its ramifications, the workshop aims to contribute to a better understanding of what conceptual engineering practically amounts to as a method to apply to specific case study.

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