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  • Simion, M. August 28-31. Keynote Speaker at the 5th Urbino Summer School in Epistemology: 4 lectures and 4 discussion groups on knowledge-first social epistemology. University of Urbino, Italy.

  • Simion, M. October 9-11. Knowledge and Disinformation. Academia Europaea Building Bridges 2023, University of Munchen, Germany.

  • Simion, M. November 14-15 2023. Conceptual Functions. Functional Hypotheses and the Engaged Point of View Conference, University of Nottingham, UK.

  • Simion, M. November 28. Positive Epistemology. Knowledge Resistance Workshop, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.

2023

  • Carter, J.A. Knowledge, Aptness, and Intentional Action. BSTK Pacific APA Session, San Francisco, USA.

  • Field, C. Should Have Known? Symposium on Goldberg’s Foundations and Applications of Social Epistemology. University of Glasgow, UK.

  • Field, C. Normative Risk and Normative Recklessness. Cogito Social Epistemology Workshop. University of Glasgow, UK.

  • Field, C. Risk, Rationality, and Recklessness” Varieties of Risk Workshop on Risk Aversion and Normative Uncertainty. University of Stirling, UK.

  • Field, C. Rationality, Recklessness, and Transformative Experience. Varieties of Risk Workshop on Transformative Experience, University of Stirling, UK.

  • Field, C. Comments on Whiting’s The Range of Reasons: in Ethics and Epistemology”. Book Symposium organised by Davide Fassio,, Zhejiang University, China.

  • Field, C. Comments on Lasonen-Aarnio’s Feasible Dispositions: a Normative Framework” University of Glasgow, UK.

  • Field, C. Stop Digging: the Epistemic Value of Level-Incoherence. Keynote talk at SEECRs Conference on Applied Epistemology, University of Glasgow, UK.

  • Field, C. and Fratantonio, G. Do we need more varieties of risk? Varieties of Risk Conference, University of Edinburgh, UK.

  • Kearl, T. Intentional action and skill proximity, Bled Epistemology Conference, Slovenia.

  • Kelp, C. and Simion, M. Sharing Knowledge: Precis and Reply to Critics, Book Symposium on my Sharing Knowledge, CUP, APA Pacific, San Francisco, USA.

  • Kelp, C., Pettigrove, G., and Simion, M. Group Responsibility Transmission. The Role of Knowledge for Responsible Decision Making in Organisations. University of Hamburg, Germany.

  • Mace, L. Question-Embedding and Questioning Attitudes. Cogito-Barcelona Knowledge and Language Workshop, University of Barcelona, Spain.

  • Mace, L. Bad Doubts. Philosophy Visiting Speaker Seminar, University of Stirling, UK.

  • Mace, L. Starting and Stopping Inquiry. The Inquiry Conference, University of Glasgow, UK.

  • Simion, M. Knowledge and Disinformation.  TimFest, University of Oxford, UK.

  • Simion, M. and Kelp, C. Functions in Conceptual Engineering. Glasgow-Barcelona 'Knowledge & Language' Workshop, Barcelona, Spain.

  • Simion, M. The Epistemology of Conceptual Engineering. Bled Epistemology Conference, Slovenia.

  • Simion, M. Politically Motivated Reasoning and Evidence Resistance. Collective Decision-Making Research Seminar, University of Hamburg, Germany.

  • Simion, M. Knowledge and Disinformation. Philosophy Visiting Speaker Seminar, University of Aberdeen, UK.

  • Simion, M. Positive Epistemology. The Epistemology of #BelieveWomen Conference, University of St Andrews, UK.

  • Simion, M. Knowledge and Disinformation. Arche Epistemology Seminar, University of St Andrews, UK.

  • Simion, M. Obligations to Trust. Trust and Trustworthiness Glasgow-Edinburgh Workshop, University of Edinburgh, UK.

  • Simion, M. and Kelp, C. The Epistemology of Conceptual Engineering. Bled Philosophical Conferences, Bled, Slovenia.

2022
 

  • Kearl, T. Obstacles to knowledge, Stirling Philosophy Visiting Speaker Seminar, University of Stirling, UK.

  • Kearl, T. Obstacles to knowledge, LOGOS Research Group in Analytic Philosophy, Barcelona, Spain.

  • Keral, T. Quality of thought, Lund-Gothenburg Responsibility Project, Lund University, Sweden.

  • Kelp, C. and Simion, M. Book Symposium on  ‘Sharing Knowledge: A Functionalist Account of Assertion’ (with C. Kelp). Function-First Epistemology Conference, Fordham University, New York, USA.  

  • Kelp, C. and Simion, M. Knowledge and Justified Credence. The Power and Limits of Rational Reflection Conference, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg. 

  • Kelp, C. and Simion, M. Knowledge and Justified Credence. British Society for Theory of Knowledge Meeting, Glasgow, UK.

 

  • Engineering Voting. GAP 11, Berlin, Germany.

  • Simion, M. Inquiry, Permissible Credence, and Permissible Suspension. Epistemic Explanations: Investigations into the Epistemology of Ernest Sosa. University of Miami, USA.

  • Simion, M. Knowledge and Disinformation. Cogito-LangCog Workshop, University of Lisbon, Portugal.

  • Simion, M. Knowledge and Disinformation. Episteme Conference, Negril, Jamaica.

  • Simion, M. Politically Motivated Reasoning, Evidence Resistance, and Cognitive Malfunction. Bad Beliefs, Conspiracy Theories, Testimony and Resistance to Evidence GAP11 Satellite Workshop, Berlin, Germany.

  • Simion, M. Book Symposium on my 'Shifty Speech and Independent Thought', Concept, University of Cologne. Respondents: Peter J. Graham and Robin McKenna.

  • Simion, M. Resistance to Evidence. Young Academy of Europe.

  • Simion, M. Resistance to Evidence and the Duty to Believe. Rutgers Epistemology Conference 2022, New York, USA.

  • Simion, M. and Kelp, C. Justification as the Proper Route to Knowledge. APA Pacific BSTK Session, Vancouver, Canada.

  • Simion, M. and Kelp, C. What is Trustworthiness?. Philosophy Research Seminar, Open University, UK.

  • Simion, M. Epistemic Risks You Should Have Taken. The Social and Political Dimensions of Epistemic Risk Conference. University of Seville, Spain.

  • Simion, M. Resistance to Evidence. Nicod Philosophy Colloquium, Institut Jean Nicod, Paris.

  • Simion, M. Resistance to Evidence and the Normativity of Inquiry. Philosophy Colloquium, University of Warwick, UK. 

  • Simion, M. and Kelp, C. What is Normative Defeat?. Jowett Society, University of Oxford, UK.

  • Simion, M. and Kelp, C. Justification as the Proper Route to Knowledge. Keynote Talk, European Epistemology Network Meeting 2022, Glasgow, UK.

  • Simion, M. Permissible Suspension. Keynote Talk at the British Society for Theory of Knowledge 2021 meeting, Glasgow, UK.

  • Simion, M. Talking to Social Robots. Communication with AI Workshop, University of Oslo, Germany.

  • Simion, M. Politically Motivated Reasoning. Talk Series on Conspiracy Belief, University of Bochum, Germany. 

2021

  • Simion, M. Conceptual Functions in Conceptual Engineering. ConceptLab Research Seminar, University of Hong Kong.

  • Simion, M. Resistance to Evidence. Colloquium in Theoretical Philosophy, University of Zurich, Switzerland. 

  • Simion, M. Voting: A Constitutive Norms View. Political Philosophy and Methodology Working Group, University of Hong Kong.

  • Simion, M. The Ethics of Meaning Production. Conceptual Engineering Workshop, Universities of Bielefeld & Bochum, Germany.

  • Simion, M. Resistance to Evidence and the Duty to Believe. Departmental Seminar, University of Sheffield, UK.

  • Simion, M. Proper Suspension. Book Symposium on Ernest Sosa's 'Epistemic Explanations', Pacific APA, Portland, USA.

  • Simion, M. Engineering Evidence. Arche Conceptual Engineering Seminar, University of St Andrews, UK.

  • Simion, M. Knowledge First Social Epistemology. University of Lisbon, Portugal.

  • Simion, M. A Puzzle for the Normativity of Inquiry. London School of Economics, UK.

  • Simion, M. The Normativity of Politically Motivated Reasoning. King’s College London, UK. 

  • Simion, M. A Puzzle for the Normativity of Inquiry. Visiting Speaker Seminar, University of Stirling, UK.

  • Simion, M. and Broncano-Berrocal, F. Disagreement, Knowledge-First. Disagreement Beyond Ethics and Epistemology Workshop, University of Kent, UK.

  • Simion, M. A Puzzle for the Normativity of Inquiry. Asian Journal of Philosophy Launch Conference, South Korea.

  • Simion, M. The Epistemic Normativity of Conjecture. Theoretical Philosophy Colloquium, University of Groningen, Netherlands.

  • Simion, M. The Epistemology of Politically Motivated Reasoning. ‘Climate Justice, Risk, and Wellbeing’ Conference, COP26 UK Universities Innovation Showcase, Glasgow

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