Events

Jan 28

Jan 31

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: CUSO Workshop on Normativity and Reasons

Call for Abstracts

English

Workshop with Ema Sullivan-Bissett and Adam Carter on Normativity and Reasons

Where: Crêt-Bérard (Vaud)

When: 28 January – 31 January 2024

 

Description

We invite PhD students at universities affiliated with the CUSO (Unil, Unige, Unine, Unifr, Unibe) to submit an abstract for the upcoming CUSO workshop titled Normativity and Reasons. The …

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Dec, 2023 19

Workshop on Contemporary Philosophy

Sharon Casu Time: 09:30 - 16:00 Other

Programme:

9:30-11:00 – Johannes Roessler (University of Warwick): “Centralism in Epistemology”

11:30-13:00 – Amir Saemi (Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences, Tehran): “Process-centered norms”

14:30-16:00 – Gianfranco Soldati (Université de Fribourg): “Inner perception and the first person”

 

To register, please write to: sharon.casu@unifr.ch

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Dec, 2023 11

[CANCELLED] Léna Mudry, “Suspension of Judgement, Inquiry and High Stakes”

Sharon Casu Time: 17:15 - 19:00 EXRE Colloquium

Next Monday, December 11, Léna Mudry will give the following talk: “Suspension of Judgement, Inquiry and High Stakes”.

Abstract:

Suspension of judgement is often closely associated with inquiry (Friedman 2017, 2019; Fritz 2020; Lord 2021). For example, Jane Friedman argues that we suspend judgement to inquire (2017). …

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Dec, 2023 4

(ONLINE) Roberto Keller, “Wrong-Kind-of-Reason Skepticism Strikes Back”

Sharon Casu Time: 17:15 - 19:00 EXRE Colloquium

On Monday, 4 December, we’ll have the pleasure of listening to Roberto Keller’s talk, “Wrong-Kind-of-Reason Skepticism Strikes Back”.

The talk will be held exclusively online. Here is the link for the meeting : https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_Y2ZhNzdjOWUtMGZmNi00NTJmLWEyYjItOTgwMzY5Yjg0OGY4%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%2288c9873b-3065-42a0-9f3c-ac864c0ac788%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%2295152ecd-5dcb-4819-b4c7-e9b2e4b24d9d%22%7d

Abstract

Reasons of the right kind to believe, desire, or intend that p are reasons which bear, …

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Nov, 2023 27

[CANCELLED] Vera Hoffman-Kolss, “Counterpossibles and Causal Exclusion”

Sharon Casu Time: 17:15 - 19:00 EXRE Colloquium

Speaker: Vera Hoffman-Kolss

Title: “Counterpossibles and Causal Exclusion”

Date: 27.11.23

Time: 17:15-19:00

Location: Room Peter Jäggi (MIS04 4112)

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Nov, 2023 13

Paul Keller, “Secession and Annexation – Structural Symmetry and Its Implications”

Sharon Casu Time: 17:15 - 19:00 EXRE Colloquium

Next Monday, November 13th, Paul Keller will give the following talk: “Secession and Annexation – Structural Symmetry and Its Implications”.

Here is the link for the online meeting, if you cannot attend in person: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_ZGFjYzZkZjMtMTkwMS00N2U4LTg2ZDMtYzg0N2VmZjI1MjBj%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%2288c9873b-3065-42a0-9f3c-ac864c0ac788%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%2295152ecd-5dcb-4819-b4c7-e9b2e4b24d9d%22%7d

Contact: sharon.casu@unifr.ch or elisa.bezencon@unifr.ch

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Oct, 2023 30

Ursula Renz, “Perspective-Taking as a Norm of Doxastic Rationality: What’s the Point of Kant’s Second Maxim?”

Sharon Casu Time: 17:15 - 19:00 EXRE Colloquium

Tomorrow, October 30th, Ursula Renz will give the following talk: “Perspective-Taking as a Norm of Doxastic Rationality: What’s the Point of Kant’s Second Maxim?” in the Peter Jäggi room (MIS04 4112).

Here is the link for the online meeting, if you cannot attend in person: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_M2UyYTdlNTgtZjhjMy00NjgwLTg3NmUtYmMzYjM5ZTdlZjg3%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%2288c9873b-3065-42a0-9f3c-ac864c0ac788%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%2295152ecd-5dcb-4819-b4c7-e9b2e4b24d9d%22%7d

Abstract

The paper elaborates on …

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Oct, 2023 23

[CANCELLED] Basil Müller, “Bad Beliefs and Social Epistemic Norms”

Sharon Casu Time: 17:15 - 19:00 EXRE Colloquium

On Monday, October 23rd, Basil Müller will present “Bad Beliefs and Social Epistemic Norms”

Abstract

People with bad beliefs — roughly beliefs that conflict with those of the relevant experts and are maintained regardless of counter-evidence — are often cast as bad believers. Such beliefs are seen to be the …

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Oct, 2023 16

Davide Dalla Rosa, “A Kantian account of the relationship between believing and judging”

Sharon Casu Time: 17:15 - 19:00 EXRE Colloquium

On Monday, October 16th, Davide Dalla Rosa will give the following talk: “A Kantian account of the relationship between believing and judging”

Here is the link for the online meeting, if you cannot attend in person: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3aEkOJc7khEXPKBqyYVgaPyxNTvNBRLDVqghPlqKDHiuI1%40thread.tacv2/1695802103169?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%2288c9873b-3065-42a0-9f3c-ac864c0ac788%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%2295152ecd-5dcb-4819-b4c7-e9b2e4b24d9d%22%7d

Abstract:

The paper aims to investigate the relationship between the act of judging in Kant and …

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Oct, 2023 9

Mario Schärli, “Possibility, Actuality, and Determinacy. Baumgarten’s Theory of Ontological Status”

Sharon Casu Time: 17:15 - 19:00 EXRE Colloquium

On Monday, October 9th, we’ll have the pleasure of listening to Mario Schärli’s talk, “Possibility, Actuality, and Determinacy. Baumgarten’s Theory of Ontological Status”.

Mario will be joining us online, but we will meet in the Jäggi room (MIS04 4112). Here is the link for the online meeting, if you cannot attend …

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