Academic Philosophy Events in the Netherlands
Lecture: “The limits of transparency: specialized knowledge, central banks and meaningful accountability”
When: Wednesday, April 24 (15:15-17:00) Where: room Omega, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Groningen Speaker: Lisa Herzog (TUM) Title: "The limits of transparency: specialized knowledge, central banks and meaningful accountability" Abstract: In this paper we discuss the relation between specialized knowledge and meaningful accountability, drawing on the example of the European Central Bank. We first describe the challenge of expert knowledge for meaningful accountability in some more detail, first in general terms and then applied to supranational institutions. We emphasize in particular the role…Find out more »
On Wednesday 1 May, the next History of Philosophy colloquium will be held at the University of Groningen. Robin Douglass (King's College London), will give a lecture titled 'Mandeville on Pride, Hypocrisy and Sociability'. All are welcome. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Time: 15:15-17:00 Place: Faculty of Philosophy, University of Groningen, Room Omega. Abstract: Bernard Mandeville argues that pride is the dominant passion in explaining human sociability; it is ‘the hidden Spring, that gives Life and Motion’ to all our actions. Pride…Find out more »
On Wednesday 15 January, the next History of Philosophy colloquium will be held at the University of Groningen. Quentin Skinner (Queen Mary, University of London), will give a talk titled 'Civil Liberty and Fundamental Rights: a Neo-Roman Approach'. All welcome. 15:15-17:00, 15 January Faculty of Philosophy, University of Groningen, Room Omega. Abstract: This paper investigates two aspects of the neo-Roman theory of freedom. The first claims that to enjoy civil liberty is to possess the status of a free…Find out more »
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