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Philosophy of Risk 2022

Philosophy of Risk 2022

Philosophy of Risk 2022

Philosophy of Risk 2022

Collectives and AI systems: Agency and responsibility

Lecture + Concert, Mattin, “Social Dissonance”

Philosophy of Risk 2022

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DiGesA – Digitalization, Health and Ageing – Ethical, Legal and Social Questions

CANCELLED CCEP Lecture by Dr. Thijs Lijster: Commons, community, and common sense

DiGesA – Digitalization, Health and Ageing – Ethical, Legal and Social Questions

DiGesA – Digitalization, Health and Ageing – Ethical, Legal and Social Questions

DiGesA – Digitalization, Health and Ageing – Ethical, Legal and Social Questions

ULTIMA Talk by Dr. Lieke Asma (Munich School of Philosophy)

Online PROGRESS talk with Amy Allen

DiGesA – Digitalization, Health and Ageing – Ethical, Legal and Social Questions

The Progress Talks

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Philosophy and Public Affairs

TULIPS talk by Diego Tajer

Lecture on Spinoza by Noa Shein

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Dr. M. Kisner: Towards Kant’s Generative Account of a System: From Pure Reason to Drives

ESDiT online seminar Silvia Caprioglio Panizza

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WHO-TUDelft Workshop

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Annual Meeting Foucault Circle NL/BE

The Philosopher Queen Anita L. Allen (presented by Ilhan Dahir)

‘Autonomous Belief’ lecture by Dr. J. Adam Carter

ULTIMA talk by Dr. Manuel Heras-Escribano

PhD Defence: “Epistemic Conservatism: Evaluation and Defence”

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The OZSW event calendar lists academic philosophy events organized by/at Dutch universities, and is offered by the OZSW as a service to the research community. Please check the event in question – through their website or organizer – to find out if you could participate and whether registration is required. Obviously we carry no responsibility for non-OZSW events.