Let's Talk! Kick off Workshop of the ENCODE Project

May 26, 2021
EIPE/ESPhil, Erasmus University of Rotterdam


This will be an accessible event, including organized related activities


  • Dutch Research Council (NWO)

Selected speakers:

Waseda University
University of Groningen
Tilburg University
Universität Bayreuth
University of Ghent
University of Ghent


University of Ghent

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“Let’s Talk Models!” is the kick-off workshop for the NWO VIDI project ENCODE: Explicating Norms of Collective Deliberation. As part of this project, we will organize workshops on a regular basis at the EIPE/ESPhil (Erasmus University of Rotterdam).

The theme of this edition is Formal Models of Deliberative Norms. In particular, a range of different models (logical, agent-based, game-theoretic and/or argument-based) of group deliberation and its norms will be presented and discussed. The ultimate aim is to understand how these models shed light on trade-offs and tensions among such norms, and on different recipes for checking and monitoring their satisfaction.

Confirmed speakers are:

  • Hun Chung (Waseda University)
  • Erica Yu (Erasmus University of Rotterdam)
  • Olivier Roy (University of Bayreuth) and Soroush Rafiee Rad (University of Bayreuth & University of Amsterdam)
  • Nina Gierasimczuk (Danish Technical University)

The full programme, incl. titles and abstracts of the talks can be found here.

 The conference takes place online via Zoom. Participation to the workshop is free of charge, but registration is required to obtain the Zoom link. In case you want to participate and haven’t done so yet, please contact us at vandeputte@esphil.eur.nl.

 This workshop is not to be confused with another, equally interesting one that takes place at the EIPE on May 18th: The potentials and pitfalls of democratic deliberation: Interdisciplinary perspectives.For more information on the ENCODE project, see this link.

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May 22, 2021, 5:00am CET

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