Practical Philosophy Seminar
The seminar takes place on Tuesdays from 12:15 to 13:00 (although the room is booked until 14:00 if more time is needed), in Georg Morgenstiernes hus, 4th floor, room 452 (unless noted otherwise). The seminar is an arena where the members of the Practical Philosophy Group can get feedback on work-in-progress, give a talk or discuss topics of common interest.
Presenters are expected to submit a title and a short abstract at least a week in advance. Those who want to send out a paper for read ahead must distribute it to the list the Wednesday before the presentation/discussion on the following Tuesday, but they should not assume that everyone in the audience has read it beforehand.
The slots are open for the Practical Philosophy Seminar during the Fall 2019. If you want to sign up (and we encourage you to do so!) please send an email either to Grethe Netland (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Alejandra Mancilla (email@example.com).
17.09 Chris Armstrong (University of Southampton)
24.09 Alejandra Mancilla
08.10 Yelena Yermakova
15.10 Attila Tanyi (University of Tromsø)
22.10 Christel Fricke
29.10 Joona Räsänen
05.11 Grethe Netland
12.11 Anna Smajdor
21-22.11 Annual workshop
Tuesday 29 January
- Carlos Joly: "Sustainability and the Human Right to Life: on Collision Course?"
Tuesday 5 February - Mathias Slottholm Sagdahl: "Melancholy as Responding to Reasons"
Tuesday 12 February - Jakob Elster: "Autonomy in political philosophy"
Tuesday 19 Februray - No Meeting (the schools' Winter break)
Tuesday 26 February - Alejandra Mancilla, "Superseding white colonialism"
Tuesday 5 March - Anna Smajdor, TBA
Tuesday 12 March - Yelena Yermakova, TBA
Tuesday 19 March - Jesse Tomalty (University of Bergen)
Tuesday 26 March - Jahel Queralt Lange (Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Tuesday 2 April - Lars Christie
Tuesday 9 April - Aksel Sterri
Tuesday 16 April - No Meeting (Easter Holiday)
Tuesday 23 April - Maria Seim
Tuesday 30 April - No Meeting ("inneklemt" day)
Tuesday 7 May - Clare Heyward (Arctic University of Norway)
Tuesday 14 May - Einar Duenger Bøhn: The Moral Turing Test
Tuesday 21 May - Antoinette Scherz
Tuesday 28 May - Alice Pinheiro-Walla (University of Bayreuth)
Tuesday 11 September
Tuesday 25 September
Tuesday 23 October - Alejandra Mancilla, IFIKK, UiO
Tuesday 6 November - Sigurd Lindstad, Department of Political Science, UiO
Tuesday 20 November - Jakob Elster, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, UiO
Tuesday 4 December - Søren Wenstøp
Tuesday 11 December - Hallvard Sandven, Oxford University
Tuesday 13 February - Cancelled
Tuesday 27 February - Cancelled
Tuesday 13 March - Christel Fricke - IFIKK, UiO
Tuesday 17 April - Lars Christie, Oxford University
Tuesday 24 April - Antoinette Scherz, PluriCourts, UiO
Tuesday 8 May - Søren Wenstøp, BI/HiØF. Paper: "Getting a naturalistic grip on normativity"
Tuesday 29 May - Ainar Miyata-Sturm, HiOA. Paper (working title): "Nudging and Manipulation"
Tuesday 12 June - Cancelled
Tuesday 28 February - Andreas Brekke Carlsson, Researcher, ConceptLab, UiO. Working title: Attributivity and Shame
Tuesday 14 March - Lars Christie, Researcher, ConceptLab, UiO.
Tuesday 28 March - Miniworkshop on ethics and war - NB from 09:30 to 14:00:
Tuesday 25 April - Cancelled
Tuesday 9 May - Jakob Elster, Associate Professor, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, UiO
Tuesday 23 May - Carl Tollef Solberg, PhD fellow at UiB and guest researcher at UiO/CSMN. Working title: "Re-Conceptualizing Outcomes in Global Health"
Tuesday 20 September - Ole Martin Moen, postdoc at IFIKK/CSMN, UiO
Tuesday 11 October - Knut Olav Skarsaune, postdoc at IFIKK
Tuesday 1 November -
Tuesday 15 November - Sigurd Lindstad, PhD fellow at Departement of Political Science, UiO
Tuesday 13 December - Kim Angell, postdoc at Department of Political Science, UiO