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The Ethics of Knowing (JeSyP 2019)

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JeSyP 2019 – Seminar Program and Workshop Kick-Off

VenueZwätzengasse 4, seminar room

Tuesday, July 30th

  • 10:30: Welcome Coffee in the Department's garden
  • 11:30-13:00: Session 1: Intellectual Arrogance
  • Lunch at "Zur Rosen"
  • 15:00-16:30: Session 2: Active Ignorance
  • 17:00-18:30: Anna Welpinghus, Dortmund
    "A Theory of Writer‘s Block"
    Comment: Kristina Lepold, Frankfurt
  • 18:30: Dinner Reception in the Department's garden

JeSyP 2019 – Workshop Program

VenueZwätzengasse 4, seminar room

Wednesday, July 31st

  • 9:30-11:00: Sanjana Govindarajan, University of Groningen
    "Testimonial Injustice and Non-Epistemic Prejudices"
    Comment: Bodi Wang, Dortmund
  • 11:30-13:00: Alexander Heape, University of Copenhagen
    "Trust, Rationality, and Epistemic Injustice"
    Comment: Christine Bratu, LMU Munich
  • Lunch at "Zur Rosen"
  • 15:00-16:30: Felix Werfel, FU Berlin
    "Justice or Freedom? Arguments for overcoming structures of epistemic harm"
    Comment: Amber Leigh Griffioen, Konstanz 
  • 17:00-18:30: Alessandra Tanesini, Cardiff
    "Passionate speech: on the uses and abuses of anger in public debate" (Keynote)
  • 19:30: Workshop Dinner at "Café Immergrün"

Thursday, August 1st

  • 9:30-11:00: Francesca Bunkenborg, HU Berlin
    "Moral Uncertainty and Higher-Order Evidence"
    Comment: David Löwenstein, Jena 
  • 11:30-13:00: Clarissa Becerra, Columbia University
    "What should we ask? Toward a normative account of questioning"
    Comment: Hilkje Hänel, FU Berlin
  • Lunch at "Zur Rosen"
  • 15:00-16:30: Felix Bräuer, Universität des Saarlandes
    "Moderate Anti-Reductionism"
    Comment: Jakob Ohlhorst, Cologne
  • 17:00-18:30: Neri Marsili, University of Barcelona
    "Retweeting: its linguistic and epistemic value"
    Comment: Deborah Mühlebach, Basel