The 9th annual LSE-Bayreuth Student Philosophy Conference will take place 5-6 May 2022 online via Zoom, hosted by LSE.
Day 1: Thursday 5 May
|9:05||Weijia Zhang: “The Impermissibility of Killing Innocent Threats in Self-Defense.”
Commentary: Jonathan Parry (LSE)
|9:45||Clara Immler: “Rebuilding Trust in Science.” Commentator: Roberta Cubisino.
Commentary: Roberta Cubisino (Bayreuth)
|10:45||Keynote Lecture: Michael Diamond-Hunter (LSE): “Racial Populations and Epidemiological Interventions.”|
|11:40||Kaiwen Luo: “Thought Experiments and the Normative Indefeasability of Intuition.”
Commentary: Giacomo Giannini (LSE)
|12:20||Valentin Bayas: “Simulating the Evolution of Team Reasoning.”
Commentary: Paolo Galeazzi (Bayreuth)
Day 2: Friday 6 May
|9:05||Linus Ax: “Tracking Changes in Individuals’ Freedoms: Negative vs. Positive Liberty”.
Commentary: Gemma Lligadas Gonzalez (Bayreuth)
|9:45||Julius Geissler: “Was Xunzi a Metaethicist?”.
Commentary: Liam Kofi Bright (LSE)
|10:45||Keynote Lecture: Carlos Núñez (Bayreuth): “Expressivism and direction of fit psychology (or why expressivists are in serious need of psycho-analysis)”|
|11:30||Cristina Somcutean, “Pornography, Risk Assessment, and the Imbalance of Potential Harm.”
Commentary: Carlos Núñez (Bayreuth)
|12:20||Billy Koutcher, “Hermeneutical Injustice and Nonbinary Pronouns.”
Commentary: Kate Vredenburgh (LSE)
This event will take place online via Zoom.
University of Bayreuth and LSE students/faculty are welcome to join using a computer with access to the internet and Zoom. To take part just follow these instructions:
- Download Zoom
- Join the event using this link: https://lse.zoom.us/j/86244693165?pwd=MTBSeDJpQWFndW0rWERLYWV6NGxCdz09
- If asked, enter the following passcode: 237280