Project events

Epistemology and Philosophy of Science - Session at the Danish Philosophical Society Annual Meeting, March 6-7, 2020

All sessions will be held in room U8

Friday, March 6

12:30 – 1:15  “On the Normativity of Reasons” Asbjørn Steglich-Petersen

1:15 – 2:00  “Epistemic Curses: The Curse of Knowledge and the Curse of Expertise” J. Adam Carter and Emma Gordon

3:00 – 3:45  “The Question of Value in Science" Maria Baghramian

3:45 – 4:30 “The Significance of Scientific Testimony” Mikkel Gerken

Saturday, March 7

9:00 – 9:45  “People Worth Trusting Admit to What They Don't Know” Mattias Skipper

9:45 – 10:30  “En forståelse præsenteret, omhandlende forståelsen, ved hjælp af forståelsen” Rasmus Højer Ejsing

11:00 – 11:45  “Scientific Testimony and the Problematic Influence of Descriptive Norms” Uwe Peters

11:45 – 12:30  “The Limits of Testimony” Kenneth Boyd


Nov. 19th 2019

Scientific Testimony, Justification, and Knowledge Workshop

Location:  SDU, Comenius

Program:

14: 00-14: 40 Haixin Dang (Leeds)  The Structure of Collective Justification in Science

14: 45-15: 25 Mikkel Gerken (SDU)  The Significance of Scientific Testimony

15: 30-16: 10 Hanne Andersen (Copenhagen)  The structure of 21st century science

16: 10-16: 30 Coffee break

16: 30-17: 10 Kenneth Boyd (SDU)  Higher-Order Evidence and the Politicization of Expertise

17: 15-17: 55 Nikolaj Nottelmann (SDU)  A plea for difficulty: The normative assessment of groups' responses to testimony

Dinner: 6:30 pm Olivia Brasserie, Vintapperstræde 37, 5000 Odense C


Nov. 15th 2019

 

CoCos Workshop in Epistemology and Philosophy of Language

Location:  SDU, Socrates

Program:

9.30-10.30 Alexander Dinges (Erlangen-Nuremberg) Better safe than sorry: Explaining Stakes Effects on Knowledge Attributions 

10.35-11.15 Niklaas Tepelmann (FU Berlin) Safety vs. Abilism

11.20-12.00 Uwe Peters (SDU) Ignorance of Social Facts, Self-fulfilling Prophecies, and Social Justice

12.00-12.30 Lunch Break

12.30-13.30 Julia Zakkou (FU Berlin) The Myth of Entailed Conversational Implicatures

13.35-14.15 Esben Nedenskov Petersen (SDU) A Loophole in the Explicit Cancelability Test


Sept. 20th 2019

Meet-n-greet workshop

Location:  SDU, Socrates

Program:

12: 30-13: 00 Introductions and orientation

12: 30-13: 10 Uwe Peters

13: 15-13: 55 Esben Nedenskov Pedersen

14: 00-14: 40 Mikkel Gerken

14: 40-15: 00 Coffee

15: 00-15: 40 Niklaas Tepelmann

15: 45-16: 25 Nikolaj Nottelmann

16: 30-17: 10 Ken Boyd

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