FoNTI Invited Talk Series

  Upcoming talks


  • Atoosa Kasirzadeh (Australian National University)
    Reasons, Values, Stakeholders: A Philosophical Framework for Explainable Artificial Intelligence
    03.12.2020 // 13:30 - 15:00 // Online
  • Mark Schroeder (University of Southern California)
    Rationality in Retrospect
    10.12.2020 // 18:00 - 19:30 // Online
  • Tom Angier (University of Cape Town)
    TBA
    14.01.2020 // 16:45 - 18:00 // Online
  • Rebekka Hufendiek (Basel / Wissenschaftskolleg Greifswald)
    The Normativity of Embodied Emotions
    INFO: Postponed due to COVID-19.
  • Angela Breitenbach (Cambridge)
    INFO: This event has now been postponed to 2021 due to Covid-19.

 

 

Past talks

  • Hartry Field (New York University) - Naive Properties (held online)
  • David Gunkel (Northern Illinois University) - The Right(s) Question: Can and Should Robots have Rights? (held online)
  • Alessandra Marra (MCMP) - From Oughts to Goals: A logic for Enkrasia (held online)
    Talk in conjunction with the Logic Cafe
  • Endre Begby (Simon Fraser University) - Prejudiced Belief from an Epistemological Point of View (held online)
  • Bob Beddor (Singapore University) - Noncognitivism without Expressivism (held online)
  • Gillian Russell (UNC Chapel Hill) - Logic isn't Normative (held online)
    Talk in conjunction with the Logic Cafe
  • Stephen Kearns (Florida) - Evidence and the role of reason (held online)
  • Katalin Farkas (CEU) - Knowledge of things and knowledge of truths (held online)
  • Alan Thomas  (University of York) - Virtue, Authenticity and Irony (held online)
  • Christopher Burr  (Alan Turing Institute / Oxford) - Right to Intervene? Psychological integrity in an age of automated decisions
  • David Corfield (Kent) - The Dynamics of Mathematical Reason
  • Scott Soames  (USC) - Philosophy of Language: From First Philosophy to the Foundations of Linguistic Science
  • José Luis Bermudez  (A&M Texas) - Framing decisions: Rationality and intensionality
  • Sarah K. Paul  (NYU Abu Dhabi) - Perseverance and Planning in the Face of Doubt
  • Sally Haslanger  (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) - Sex and Power: Can Ideology Critique be Empowering?
  • Sanford Goldberg  (Northwestern) - The Normativity of Knowledge and the Scope and Sources of Defeat
  • Martin Saar  (Goethe University Frankfurt am Main / Institute for Social Research) - Society and Critique