Workshop on Factual Disagreement and Political Legitimacy

Aktivitet: Deltagelse i eller arrangering af en begivenhedDeltagelse i workshop, seminar og kursus


Program: Day 1, 16th of December 09.00-10.00: Fabienne Peter, (University of Warwick): TBA 10.15-11.15: Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen, (Aarhus University): TBA 11.30-12.30: Cathrine Holst, (University of Oslo): “Epistemic Democracy and Accountability of Expertise” 13.45-14.45: Klemens Kappel, (Copenhagen University): “Five constraints on reasonable conceptions of legitimacy” 15.15-16.15: Daniel Weinstock, (McGill University): “Courts as arbiters of academic debates: the case of Canadian courts with respect to sex work, physician assisted suicide, and safe injection sites” 16.30-17.30: Sune Lægaard, (Roskilde University): “Euro-Multiculturalism, Contextualism, and Moderate Secularism: How are Contextual Facts Relevant for Political Theory?” Day 2, 17th of December 09.00-10.00: Attila Mráz, (Central European University): “Reasonable factual disagreement and public justification – Is the analogy complete?” 10.15-11.15: Phil Shadd, (LCC International University): ”Legitimacy: About Facts and Norms” 11.30-12.30: Kai Spiekermann, (London School of Economics): ”Epistemic Solidarity” 13.45-14.45: Phillip Deen, (University of New Hampshire): ”Truth, Inquiry and Democratic Authority in the Climate Debate” 15.15-16.15: Leticia Morales, (McGill University): ”Factual Disagreements about Health: (Re)considering the Legitimacy of the Courts” 16.30-17.30: Karin Jønch-Clausen, (Copenhagen University): ”Religious reasons in public justification: Persistent epistemic challenges”
Periode16 dec. 201317 dec. 2013
PlaceringCopenhagen, DanmarkVis på kort


  • Epistemology
  • political philosophy
  • methodology
  • facts and norms
  • contextualism