Events

Date/Time Speaker/Title Venue
January 15, 2020
17.15 – 19.00
Joachim Horvath (EXTRA)
Knowledge and Normality
(joint work with Jennifer Nado)
RUB
GAFO
04/619
January 22, 2020
17.15 – 19.00
Robin McKenna (University of Liverpool)
Ideal Theory in Epistemology
RUB
GAFO
04/619



Past Events

Date/Time Speaker/Title Venue
December 11, 2019
17.15 – 19.00
Louisa Marie Reins (University of Göttingen) & Alex Wiegmann (EXTRA)
Is Lying Bound to What is Said?
RUB
GAFO
04/619
December 4, 2019
17.15 – 19.00
Peter Königs (RWTH Aachen)
What’s the Use of Experimental Ethics?
RUB
GAFO
04/619
November 27, 2019
17.15 – 19.00
Christian Nimtz ( University of Bielefeld)
Contested Aims and Disputed Means. Remarks on Conceptual Engineering.
RUB
GAFO
04/619
November 13, 2019
17.15 – 19.00
Catarina Duthil Novaes (Free University Amsteram)
Argumentative Adversiality in Philosophy
RUB
GAFO
04/619
November 6, 2019
17.15 – 19.00
Alexander Dinges (FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg)
Better Safe than Sorry: Exlaining Stakes Effects on Knowledge Attributions
RUB
GAFO
04/619
October 22, 2019
17.15 – 19.00
Mark Pinder (Open University)
Conceptual Engineering, Metasemantic Externalism and Speaker Meaning
RUB
GAFO
04/619
October 22, 2019
10.00 –
17.15
EXTRA Workshop.2

Detailed Program
RUB
GAFO
04/619
June 19, 2019
17.15-19.00
Edouard Machery (University of Pittsburgh/EXTRA)
What is the function of the concept of knowledge?
RUB
GABF
04/609
June 5, 2019
17.15-19.00
Nat Hansen (University of Reading)
Stakes, scales, and scepticism
(joint work with Kathryn Francis & Phil Beaman)
RUB
GABF
04/609
May 29, 2019
17.15-19.00
Edouard Machery (University of Pittsburgh/EXTRA)
P-curving experimental philosophy
RUB
GABF
04/609
May 22, 2019
17.15-19.00
Guido Robin Löhr (RUB)
Eliminativism of concepts and eliminativist materialism
(with a comment by Edouard Machery)
RUB
GABF
04/609
May 13-14,
2019
EXTRA Workshop.1
Experimental Philosophy and the Method of Cases
RUB
Veranstaltungs-
zentrum
Saal 4
April 24, 2019
17.15-19.00
Steffen Koch (RUB/EXTRA)
What is it that conceptual engineers are engineering?
RUB
GABF
04/609
April 10, 2019
17:15-19:00
Sarah Sawyer (University of Sussex)
Objectivity and truth in conceptuel engineering
RUB
GABF
04/609
January 30, 2019
17:15-19:00
Georg Brun (University of Bern)
A Reconception of Concept and Conception
RUB
GA 1/28
January 23, 2019
17:15-19:00
Esa Diaz-León (University of Barcelona)
Construction and Grounding
RUB
GA 1/28
December 12, 2018
17:15-19:00
Eduoard Machery (University of Pittsburgh / EXTRA)
On Second Thought: An Assessment of the Reflection Defence
RUB
GA 1/28
December 5, 2018
17:15-19:00
Karolin Prochownik (Ruhr-University Bochum)
Moraliyt and Law: A Two Process Model Perspective
RUB
GA 1/28
November 28, 2018
17:15-19:00
Pascale Willemsen (Ruhr-University Bochum)
Are Alternaive Possibilities Relevant for Moral Responsibility Attriution?
RUB
GA 1/28
November 14, 2018
17:15-19:00
Hanno Sauer (University of Utrecht)
The Argument from Agreement
RUB
GA 1/28
July 4, 2018
17:15-19:00
Jennifer Nado (University of Hong Kong)
Engineering Knowledge
RUB
GA 1/28
June 25, 2018
17:15-19:00
Anand Vaidya (San Jose State University) & Michael Wallner (Karl-Franzens University Graz)
Essence in The Epistemology of Modality
RUB
GA 1/28
June 20, 2018
17:15-19:00
Hilary Kornblith (UMass Amherst)
Naturalism, Psychologism, Relativism
RUB
GA 1/28
June 5, 2018
18:15-20:00
Masahara Mizumoto (Japan Advanced Institute of Science & Technology)
Linguistic diversity in the use of truth predicates and morality’s role in it
RUB
GA 1/28