The Social and Political Dimensions of Epistemic Risk

March 9, 2022 - March 10, 2022
Department of Metaphysics and Contemporary Philosophy, University of Seville

Calle Camilo José Cela, S/N
Sevilla 41018
Spain

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Sponsor(s):

  • Proyecto PGC2018-098805-B-I00 de investigación financiado por MCIN/ AEI /10.13039/501100011033/ y por FEDER Una manera de hacer Europa.
  • Network RED2018-102695-. APPLY: NEW TRENDS IN APPLIED PHILOSOPHY: FROM THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY TO THE CHALLENGES OF SOCIETY

Speakers:

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University of Cologne
Brandon University
University of Southern Denmark
University of Glasgow
Northwestern University
Universidad de Sevilla
University of Johannesburg
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University of Glasgow
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Universitat de Barcelona
Universidad de Sevilla

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Dear colleagues: 

  You may find here the final program of our workshop: The Social and Political Dimensions of Epistemic Risk. It will take place in person at the University of Seville (but also on Zoom), next March 9 and 10.    These will be our speakers:    • Glenn Anderau (University of Zurich)
• Daniel Barbarrusa (University of Seville)
• Sven Bernecker (Universities of California-Irvine and Cologne)
• Cameron Boult (Brandon University)
• Mikkel Gerken (University of Southern Denmark)
• Christoph Kelp (University of Glasgow)
• Jennifer Lackey (Northwestern University)
• Veli Mitova (University of Johannesburg)
• Angie Newton (University of Edinburgh)
• Lilith O'Sullivan (University of Edinburgh)
• Mona Simion (University of Glasgow)
• Lola M. Vizuete (University of Seville)   In order to attend, both in person and on Zoom, you must inscribe by sending an email to Daniel Barbarrusa ([email protected]) with your full name and affiliation.     For any other requests, please contact Jesús Navarro ([email protected]) or Dani Pino ([email protected]).    This workshop is organized by: 
  • E-RISK: Nuevas perspectivas sobre riesgo epistémico, proyecto de investigación del Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (Ref. PGC2018-098805-B-I00 - 2019/2021). 
  • Red temática APPLY: Nuevas tendencia en Filosofía Aplicada (RED2018-102695-T). 
  • Ph.D. Program in Philosophy, Universidad de Sevilla.

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