Philosophy of Science (PoS) Seminar


Coordinated by Caterina Marchionni (caterina.marchionni(at)helsinki.fi).

Autumn 2018

  • 14.8. Adrian Walsh (TINT & University of New England):
    Desperate Exchange, Competitive Markets and Injustice
    14-16 Forest House, room 11

  • 10.9. Jack Vromen (Erasmus University Rotterdam):
    Social Preferences in Behavioral Welfare Economics: Should they be left out in welfare assessment?
    14-16 Main building, room 7

  • 17.9. Raul Hakli (TINT & University of Helsinki):
    Team Reasoning and the Irreducibility of Collective Intentionality
    14-16 Main building, room 7

  • 24.9. Bryan Frances (University of Tartu):
    The Philosopher’s Doom: Unreliable at Truth or Unreliable at Logic
    14-16 Main building, room 7

  • 8.10. Michiru Nagatsu (TINT & University of Helsinki):
    What is Experimental Philosophy of Economics? Preferences and Nudges as Examples
    14-16 Main building, room 14

  • 15.10. Cancelled

  • 22.10. Martin Zach (Charles University):
    Factive Understanding with Simple Models
    14-16 Main building, room 10

  • 29.10. Caterina Marchionni (TINT & University of Helsinki):
    Challenging the mechanistic view of psychiatry
    14-16 Main building, room 10

  • 12.11. Heidy Meriste (University of Tartu):
    To what extent is guilt a backward-looking emotion?
    14-16 Main building, room 10

  • 19.11. Pirjo Hiidenmaa (University of Helsinki):
    Social Impact of Research: Writing to laymen and alumni
    14-16 Main building, room 10

  • 26.11. Luis Mireles Flores (University of Helsinki):
    TBA
    14-16 Main building, room 10

  • 3.12. Henrik Thoren (University of Helsinki):
    TBA
    14-16 Main building, room 10

  • 10.12. Sinem Bağçe (Istanbul):
    Critics on Identity Economics
    14-16 Main building, room 10

  • 17.12. Magdalena Małecka (TINT & Stanford University):
    TBA
    14-16 Main building, room 10

For past seminars, please see here.