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Workshop “Responsibility: What’s the Point?”

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam ,

What’s the point or value of responsibility and blame attributions? Lately, the debate has developed quickly on this fundamental question. Recent proposals include: the point is to increase alignment of moral understanding (Fricker 2016), to scaffold each other’s moral sensitivities (McGeer 2019), to facilitate shared knowledge about the normative changes resulting from a wrong (Sliwa … Continue reading Workshop “Responsibility: What’s the Point?”

New Directions in Democratic Theory: OZSW Work in Progress Workshop in Political Philosophy

Utrecht University Drift 13, Room 205, Utrecht, Netherlands

New Directions in Democratic Theory: OZSW Work in Progress Workshop in Political Philosophy   June 8, 2023 Utrecht University Drift 13, Room 205 This workshop brings together political philosophers who focus on contemporary challenges faced by democratic regimes, including oligarchic capture and democratic backsliding. We will explore whether novel institutional mechanisms, such as tribunates, and … Continue reading New Directions in Democratic Theory: OZSW Work in Progress Workshop in Political Philosophy

Work-in-progress day – Study Group Philosophy of Responsibility

VU Amsterdam ,

The study group Philosophy of Responsibility will host a work-in-progress day at VU Amsterdam. This provides study group members the possibility to come together and gather feedback on novel research in a friendly environment. Everyone is welcome! If you're interested in attending in person, please e-mail Dominik Boll (d.boll@vu.nl). Program: 13:00 – 13:15 arrival and … Continue reading Work-in-progress day – Study Group Philosophy of Responsibility

OZSW Study Group in Political Philosophy ‘Work in Progress’ Workshop

Utrecht University, Drift 15, Room 003 Drift 15, Utrecht, Netherlands

This workshop will give Netherlands-based political philosophers a chance to find out what topics colleagues across the country are working on, to strengthen their network within the Dutch political philosophy community, and to discuss some interesting pieces of work in progress. The titles of the papers that have been selected for this workshop are included … Continue reading OZSW Study Group in Political Philosophy ‘Work in Progress’ Workshop

Book manuscript workshop on The Competitive Constraint by Lillian Cicerchia (Amsterdam)

Book manuscript workshop on The Competitive Constraint: The Philosophical Foundations of Class Solidarity  Challenges to Democratic Representation and the OZSW study group in political philosophy are jointly organizing a book symposium on Lillian Cicerchia’s (Amsterdam) draft manuscript The Competitive Constraint: The Philosophical Foundations of Class Solidarity.  Date: January 19, 2024 Location: REC Building, Roeterseiland Campus, University of Amsterdam. Registration: Due to limited space, … Continue reading Book manuscript workshop on The Competitive Constraint by Lillian Cicerchia (Amsterdam)

Behavioural Paternalism, Rational Choice, and Policy

Vrije Universiteit HG-14A37 Vri

This pre-read workshop organised by the OZSW study group in philosophy of economics brings together scholars working on rational choice, behavioural paternalism, and (public) policy. It will be held at the Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam on July, 2, 10.30-17.00. If you'd like to join, please email Annalisa Costella at a.costella@vu.nl. We will circulate the papers … Continue reading Behavioural Paternalism, Rational Choice, and Policy

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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.