Events

Zurich Epistemology Group on Rationality

Mar 20

Jörg Löschke – Forgiving Benefits

Emir Gicic Time: 14:15 - 15:45 Research Colloquium

This week’s session Jörg Löschke will giving a talk followed by a Q&A on “Forgiving Benefits”, a collaborative project with Laurent Jaffro.

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Mar 13

Alexander Belak – Restructuring Understanding’s Object (One Last Time), Sebastian Schmidt – How Evidence Justifies Suspension

Emir Gicic Time: 14:15 - 15:45 Research Colloquium

For this week’s session featurtes two preread presentations. Alexander Belak will be giving a talk on “Restructuring Understanding’s Object (One Last Time)” and Sebastian Schmidt on “How Evidence Justifies Suspension”. 

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Mar 6

Claire Field – The Value of Incoherence

Emir Gicic Time: 14:15 - 15:45 Research Colloquium

For this week’s session, we have our new team member, Claire Field, giving a talk and Q&A on the topic “The Value of Incoherence”. 

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Feb 28

Vincent Grandjean – Indeterminate Personal Identity

Emir Gicic Time: 14:15 - 15:45 Research Colloquium

This week’s session will feature a presentation and Q&A by Vincent Grandjean on the topic “Indeterminate Personal Identity”.

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Feb 21

Leonardo Flamini – On the aim of inquiry: Monism, contextualism, and variety

Emir Gicic Time: 14:15 - 15:45 Research Colloquium

The first session of this semesters research colloquium will be opened by a preread presentation by Leonardo Flamini, who will be speaking on the topic “On the aim of inquiry: Monism, contextualism, and variety”. 

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Feb 16

Feb 17

Workshop on Applied Epistemology

ZEGRA and the Explaining Human Nature Research group are pleased to announce an upcoming workshop that will center on various topics in applied epistemology. This workshop is scheduled to take place on February 16th and 17th in Zurich. Further information regarding the speakers and the covered subjects can be found…

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Dec, 2023 20

Martijn Boot (University College Groningen) – Imprecise Equality, 3NT, and Justified Choice

Léna Mudry Time: 14:15 - 15:45 Research Colloquium

Presentation and Q&A in the “Normativity: Theoretical and Ethical Approaches” Colloquium.

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Dec, 2023 13

Mauro Rossi (UQAM) – Valuings as Sentiments

Léna Mudry Time: 14:15 - 15:45 Research Colloquium

Abstract:  We are valuing beings, beings who possess the capacity to value things. We typically value many things: ideals (e.g., freedom), activities (e.g., doing philosophy), persons (e.g., our friends), states of affairs (e.g., world peace), and even material objects (e.g., works of art). But what is it ‘to value’ something?…

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Dec, 2023 6

Antoine Vuille – Public Reasons and Consiliatory Views

Léna Mudry Time: 14:15 - 15:45 Research Colloquium

Presentation and Q&A in the “Normativity: Theoretical and Ethical Approaches” Colloquium.

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Nov, 2023 29

Marius Baumann – Consequentializing: a semantic or an epistemic challenge?

Léna Mudry Time: 14:15 - 15:45 Research Colloquium

Presentation and Q&A in the “Normativity: Theoretical and Ethical Approaches” Colloquium.

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