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The Epistemic Benefits of Free Speech and Openness

WORKSHOP PROGRAM
December 10
09.00 – 09.30: Coffee and tea
09.30 – 10.30: Anne Meylan (Geneva): Blameworthy Testimonial Beliefs
10.40 – 11.40: Piers Turner (Ohio State): Mill, Authority, and Freedom of Speech
11.40 – 13.00: Lunch
13.00 – 14.00: Kristoffer Ahlström (SERG): Epistemic Paternalism
14.10 – 15.10: Michael Fuerstein (Rutgers/CCA): Epistemic Transparency and Liberal Justification
15.20 – 16.20: Erik J. Olsson (Lund): Free Speech in Social Networks

December 11
09.00 – 09.30: Coffee and tea
09.30 – 10.30: Klemens Kappel (SERG): TBA
10.40 – 11.40: Robert Talisse (Vanderbilt): Self-Reflexive Social Epistemic Norms
11.40 – 13.00: Lunch
13.00 – 14.00: Michael Lynch (UConn): Rationality, Disagreement and the Epistemic Original Position
14.10 – 15.10: Frank Zenker (Lund): The Role of Free Speech in the Pragma-Dialectical Model of a Rational Discussion

REGISTRATION AND ENQUIRES: Everyone is welcome to attend. No registration is necessary, but please contact Klemens Kappel beforehand (kappel@hum.ku.dk).