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Chapel Hill PPE Workshop

Caldwell 213

An intensive one-day workshop for faculty and graduate students on papers in progress by our PPE Teaching Assistant Professors. Click the title links below to review abstracts for each talk. Agenda: 8:30 am Breakfast and Conversation: RISE Biscuits and Coffee … Read more

Chapel Hill Colloquium in Philosophy

This event has passed. Information about the 55th Chapel Hill Colloquium in 2023 is forthcoming.  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2022 Chapman Hall, Room 201   3:00 - 5:00 PM  Talk: "No-Fault Epistemic Akrasia," David Christensen (Brown University) Comments by Julia Staffel … Read more

Chapel Hill Metaethics Workshop

This is a small read-ahead research workshop to discuss works in progress. We will be discussing papers by Selim Berker, Chris Blake-Turner, Julia Driver, Alex King, and Sarah Paul. Other out-of-town participants include Caroline Arruda, Selim Berker, Sarah Buss, Ian … Read more

Chapel Hill PPE Workshop

Caldwell 213

An intensive one-day workshop for faculty and graduate students on papers-in-progress by our PPE Teaching Assistant Professors. Agenda: 8:30 am Breakfast and Conversation 9:00 – 10:20 am Erik Zhang, “Promising to Do Wrong” 10:30 – 11:50 am Samuel Dishaw, “Solidarity … Read more

Second Applied Epistemology Workshop

Caldwell Hall 240 E. Cameron Ave, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Second Applied Epistemology Workshop The Epistemology of Science Communication: New Directions Registration for this event is required. Please register HERE. The second AEP workshop will be on the epistemology of science communication. It will be held on September 22-23, 2023 … Read more

55th Chapel Hill Colloquium in Philosophy

  Friday, September 29th Manning Hall, room 209   3:00 – 5:00 PM  Talk: “The Value of Creativity: A Kantian Perspective” Samantha Matherne (Harvard University) Comments by Janum Sethi (University of Michigan), followed by Q&A Session chaired by Mercedes Corredor … Read more

Workshop on AI: Computer Science and Philosophy

Sitterson/Brooks FB 141

Program: 2:30 - 2:40: Welcome (Organizers: Mohit Bansal and Thomas Hofweber) 2:40 - 3:20: Stanley Ahalt (UNC) “The AI revolution: universities' challenges, responsibilities, and accountability.” 3:20 - 4:00: Chudi Zhong (Duke)  “Towards Trustworthy AI: Interpretable Machine Learning Algorithms that Produce … Read more

Chapel Hill Metaethics Workshop

This is a small read-ahead research workshop to discuss works in progress. We will be discussing papers by Robert Johnson, "Principles First" Kathryn Lindeman, “The Normative Authority of Agency” Zoë Johnson King, "Caring is Good" Sarah McGrath, “(What) is moral … Read more