SOPhiA 2021

Salzburgiense Concilium Omnibus Philosophis Analyticis

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Sie finden hier Informationen zum Tagungsprogramm. Mit Freuden geben wir nachfolgend unsere Vortragenden von Plenarvorträgen bekannt! Das Tagungsprogramm ist vollständig. Sie finden auf dieser Seite auch eine Übersicht zu den Veranstaltungsorten.

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Plenarvortrag. Markus Schrenk: What is Proprioceptive Art?

Metzler Lecture. Herlinde Pauer-Studer: A Normative Argument for the Separation of Law and Morals

Plenarvortrag. Marian David: Truth - Why Do Intelligent People Say So Many Odd Things about It?

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09. September 2021 (Donnerstag)
Zeit Ort
HS E.002 SR 1.003 SR 1.004 SR 1.005 SR 1.006 SR 1.007
10:00-10:15 Eröffnung & SOPhiA Best Paper Award
10:15-11:45 Plenarvortrag
Markus Schrenk
What is Proprioceptive Art?
Chair: Alexander Gebharter
(Englisch, Ort: HS E.002)
11:45-12:00 Kaffeepause
12:00-12:30 De Gruyter Session: Get Your First Book or Article Published (Christoph Schirmer)
(English, Location: Location: HS E.002)
12:30-14:00 Mittagspause
14:00-14:30 Epistemology
Mary Peterson
Rafts, Pyramids and Mirrors in the Theory of Knowledge
Chair: Santiago Vrech

ÄNDERUNG. Der Vortrag entfällt!
Metaphysics and Ontology
Christina Fritz
Grounding Relations in the Matter of Free Will
Chair: Andreea Popescu
Ethik
Nolan Cannon
Is the Supervenience Argument Forceful?
Chair: Glenn Anderau
Philosophie des Geistes
Sebastian Drosselmeier
Can the intentional stance theory help us make sense of mental causation via neural interfaces?
Chair: Matej Drazil
Philosophy of Science
Marianne van Panhuys
Epistemic risks and computer simulation: a case study from particle physics
Chair: Andelija Milic
Philosophy of Language
Pablo Rivas-Robledo
Throffers. The nature and logic of coercive proposals
Chair: Nursan Celik
14:40-15:10 Epistemology
Krzysztof Sekowski
Semantic intuitions of extension, epistemic intuitions of intension and what they justify
Chair: Santiago Vrech
Metaphysics and Ontology
Tom Kaspers
Metaphilosophical Expressivism
Chair: Andreea Popescu
Ethik
Damiano Ranzenigo
Practical Identity, Contingency and Humanity
Chair: Glenn Anderau
Philosophie des Geistes
Esteban Ortiz
Panpsychism and the Laws of Metaphysics
Chair: Matej Drazil
Philosophy of Science
Andreas Lüchinger
Searching Probabilistic Difference-Making Within Specificity
Chair: Andelija Milic
Philosophy of Language
Gabriel Levc
Discriminatory compliments, scales and the common ground
Chair: Nursan Celik
15:20-15:50 Epistemology
Simon Graf
Epistemic Divergence and Time Slice Rationality
Chair: Santiago Vrech
Metaphysics and Ontology
Blazej Mzyk
Facts and three concepts of truthmaking
Chair: Andreea Popescu
Ethik
Lorenzo Testa
What is Wrong with Doxastic Wrongdoing
Chair: Glenn Anderau
Philosophie des Geistes
Martin Niederl
Actions, Reasons, and Animals
Chair: Matej Drazil
Philosophy of Science
Gregorie Dupuis-Mc Donald
Explaining causation in international migration with a complex-system approach
Chair: Andelija Milic
Philosophy of Language
Anna Klieber
How to Implicate with (Conversational) Silence
Chair: Nursan Celik
16:00-16:30 Epistemology
Ryan Miller
Insensitive Knowledge
Chair: Santiago Vrech
Metaphysics and Ontology
Francesco Franda
Getting Real About Antirealism
Chair: Andreea Popescu
Ethik
Anton Emilsson
Hope and Blame in Hard Cases
Chair: Glenn Anderau
Philosophie des Geistes
Fabio Tononi
Multisensory Perception and Multimodal Mental Imagery
Chair: Matej Drazil
Philosophy of Science
Giuliano Rosella
Expanding Causal Modelling Semantics
Chair: Andelija Milic
Philosophy of Language
Monika Greco
Covert Authority: On Power and Oppressive Speech
Chair: Nursan Celik
16:30-16:50 Kaffeepause
16:50-17:20 Epistemology
Michael Vollmer
The Credit you Deserve. On the Basis of Testimonial Injustice
Chair: Simon Graf
Metaphysics and Ontology
Nicolas Kleinschmidt
Wie man ein abstraktes Artefakt kollektiv diachron schafft. Zu sukzessiv kollektiver Autorschaft
Chair: Blazej Mzyk
Ethik
Levin Güver
Intention and Responsibility
Chair: Damiano Ranzenigo

ÄNDERUNG. Der Vortrag entfällt!
Philosophie des Geistes
Pelin Kasar
Unconscious Interaction as a Necessary Condition for Belief States
Chair: Martin Niederl
Philosophy Science
Martina Valkovic
Cultural evolution of human cooperation
Chair: Daniela Schuster
Philosophy of Language
Nursan Celik
Does Fictional Speech have an Epistemic Value?
Chair: Gabriel Levc
17:30-18:00 Epistemology
Paul Irikefe
The epistemology of Inquiry
Chair: Simon Graf

ÄNDERUNG. Der Vortrag entfällt!
Metaphysics and Ontology
Andreea Popescu
Easy Ontology for Group Agency
Chair: Blazej Mzyk
Ethik
Yunjie Zhang
Relational value, Intrinsic value and Instrumental value
Chair: Damiano Ranzenigo
Philosophie des Geistes
Ayoob Shahmoradi
Representation as representation-as
Chair: Martin Niederl
Philsophy of Science
Andjelija Milic
Expert patient intuition -- between experience and expertise
Chair: Daniela Schuster
Philosophy of Language
Nikolai Shurakov
On possibility of pragmatic invariantism
Chair: Gabriel Levc
18:10-18:40 Epistemology
Oushinar Nath
Acts of Wisdom
Chair: Simon Graf
Metaphysics and Ontology
Emma Jaura
Metaphysical Coherentism and Vicious Regress
Chair: Blazej Mzyk
Ethik
Louis Gularte
The Feeling of Categorical Normative Force Is Just a Feeling
Chair: Damiano Ranzenigo
Philosophie des Geistes
Giulia Lorenzi
Listening to music: a unique active experience
Chair: Martin Niederl
Philosophy of Science
Kabir Bakshi
Dualities and Empirical Equivalence
Chair: Daniela Schuster
Philosophy of Language
Zuzanna Jusińska
A Presuppositional Account of Misgendering
Chair: Gabriel Levc
18:50-19:20 Epistemology
Santiago Vrech
Philosophy without thought experiments: A critique of the method of cases
Chair: Simon Graf
Metaphysics and Ontology
Bogdan Andrei Dumitrescu
Time travel, free will and the nomological impossibility to kill your younger self
Chair: Blazej Mzyk
Ethik
Jordan Myers
Restricting the Reactive Attitude: A Critique of Korsgaard's Moral Responsibility
Chair: Damiano Ranzenigo
Philosophie des Geistes
Daniel Weger
Can the Tracking Theory Account for Phenomenal Content?
Chair: Martin Niederl
Philosophy of Science
Ina Jäntgen
How to determine the optimal detailedness of probabilistic explanations: a defence of proportionality
Chair: Daniela Schuster
Philosophy of Language
Antonina Jamrozik
An Inquisitive Approach to Anaphoric Reference
Chair: Gabriel Levc
19:30-20:00 Epistemology
Hugo Mota
An epistemic relativist approach to the Deep Disagreement Paradox
Chair: Simon Graf
Metaphysics and Ontology
Marco Marabello
Intrinsic Modalism and the Modalist Suspect Strategy
Chair: Blazej Mzyk
Ethik
Stanislav Spodniak
Utilitarianism as a Pragmatic Choice in Joshua Greene's Ethics
Chair: Damiano Ranzenigo
Philosophie des Geistes
José Carlos Camillo
Episodic Memory and Probabilistic Causation
Chair: Martin Niederl
Philosophy of Science
Nina Nicolin
Spatial Separation of Magnetic Moment and Location as an Argument for a Trope-Ontological Interpretations of Quantum Field Theory
Chair: Daniela Schuster
Philosophy of Language
Kateryna Bura
Understanding stock market charts as visual arguments
Chair: Gabriel Levc

ÄNDERUNG. Der Vortrag entfällt!
20:00-21:30 Warmes Abendbuffet
10. September 2021 (Freitag)
Zeit Ort
HS E.002 SR 1.003 SR 1.004 SR 1.005 SR 1.006 SR 1.007
10:00-10:30 Epistemology
Nina Abesadze
The Dutch Book Argument for Probabilism and the Expected Utility Objection
Chair: Kimon Sourlas-Kotzamanis
Metaphysics and Ontology
Karol Lenart
Existentialism about singular propositions and truth in truth at distinction
Chair: Nikolai Shurakov
Ethik
Vitor de Almeida
Truths of the past: would have we a duty to remember?
Chair: Markus Fuchsberger
Philosophie des Geistes
Edoardo Vaccargiu
Two perspectives on Theory of Mind and Pragmatics
Chair: Daniel Weger
Philosophy of Science
Wojciech Graboń
Models, Signs and Metaphors and the Law: an Outline of a Peircean Framework
Chair: Ina Jäntgen
Political Philosophy
Lukas Fuchs
Spontaneous Order and Market Shaping
Chair: Marlene Maislinger
10:40-11:10 Epistemology
Pak-Him Lai
The preface paradox and higher-order belief
Chair: Kimon Sourlas-Kotzamanis
Metaphysics and Ontology
Kalin Pak
Resisting Relativism: A Realist Defense of Universals in Feminist Metaphysics
Chair: Nikolai Shurakov

ÄNDERUNG. Der Vortrag entfällt!
Ethik
Dominik Boll
Blame It on Me - Is Blame Ever Morally Required?
Chair: Markus Fuchsberger
Philosophie des Geistes
Adrianna Smurzynska
When do we attribute mental states to others and to oneself adequately?
Chair: Daniel Weger
Philosophy of Science
Daian Bica
Natural Properties at the Heart of Scientific Practice
Chair: Ina Jäntgen
Political Philosophy
Francesca Miccoli
Legal recognition of unconventional families in a liberal state
Chair: Marlene Maislinger
11:20-11:50 Epistemology
Benoit Guilielmo
Two Modes of Suspension of Judgement
Chair: Kimon Sourlas-Kotzamanis
Metaphysics and Ontology
Alexander Michael Witkamp
On the Relevance of Ontological Categories
Chair: Nikolai Shurakov
Ethik
Shervin Mirzaeighazi
Blame, but not merely as a means
Chair: Markus Fuchsberger
Philosophie des Geistes
Michael Huemer
Mental Files Theory of Mind: How children represent identity and belief
Chair: Daniel Weger
Philosophy of Religion
Marco Hausmann
How to Get Past the Problem of God's Omniscience
Chair: Ina Jäntgen
Political Philosophy
Lena Könemann
Ideal Theory for Feminists
Chair: Marlene Maislinger
12:00-12:30 Epistemology
Lena Mudry
Suspension of judgment has its own standard of correctness
Chair: Kimon Sourlas-Kotzamanis
Metaphysics and Ontology
Marta Emilia Bielinska
Are the Bundle Theorists committed to constituent ontologies?
Chair: Nikolai Shurakov
Ethik
Alexander Edlich
Excuses and their Role in our Responsibility Practices
Chair: Markus Fuchsberger

ÄNDERUNG. Der Vortrag entfällt!
Philosophie des Geistes
Giorgio Mazzullo
Visibility
Chair: Daniel Weger
Philosophy of Religion
Bogdana Stamenković
Hume's Dialogues and Teleological Argument
Chair: Ina Jäntgen
Political Philosophy
SuddhaSatwa GuhaRoy
Trust and Roles
Chair: Marlene Maislinger
12:30-14:00 Mittagspause
14:00-15:30 Metzler Lecture
Herlinde Pauer-Studer
A Normative Argument for the Separation of Law and Morals
Chair: Stephen Müller
(Englisch, Ort: HS E.002)
15:30-16:00 Publishing Workshop with the Synthese Editor in Chief: Do's and Don'ts (Otavio Bueno)
(English, Location: HS E.002)
16:00-16:30 Kaffeepause
16:30-20:00 Workshop 1 (online)
Sophie Nagler & Hannah Pillin & Deniz Sarikaya
Scientific Impartiality and Marginalized Groups
Workshop 2 (online)
Alexander Christian & Julia Mirkin
Moral and Scientific Expertise
Workshop 3 (Hybrid)
Thorben Petersen
Social Ontology of Bands and Other Musical Groups
Workshop 4 (Hybrid)
Maria Sekatskaya
Realities of Free Will
11. September 2021 (Samstag)
Zeit Ort
HS E.002 SR 1.003 SR 1.004 SR 1.005 SR 1.006 SR 1.007
10:00-10:30 Epistemology
Stefan Sleeuw
Understanding symbolic understanding
Chair: Lena Mudry
Metaphysics and Ontology
Alessandro Cecconi
Entanglement and Composition
Chair: Bogdan Dumitrescu
Ethik
Robert Pál-Wallin
Against Alethic Views of Moral Responsibility
Chair: Stephen Müller
Philosophie des Geistes
Mathijs Geurts
On what planning intentions are made of: the role of inner speech in goal-attainment
Chair: Ada Smurzynska
Logic
Larissa Bolte
Bridging the Gap: Logic, reason and normativity
Chair: Yannick Kohl
Political Philosophy
Hrayr Manukyan
Enacting the Social Contract: Civil Disobedience in Armenia
Chair: Silvana Pani
10:40-11:10 Epistemology
Glenn Anderau
How We Should Talk About Fake News
Chair: Lena Mudry
Metaphysics and Ontology
Angelo Briones
The mereological aspects of Substances
Chair: Bogdan Dumitrescu
Ethik
Thorsten Helfer
The Vagueness of Desires
Chair: Stephen Müller
Philosophie des Geistes
Daniele Conti
Reasons, Motivational Strength and Objective Probabilities of Actions
Chair: Ada Smurzynska
Logic
Maria Beatrice Buonaguidi
Naïve Comprehension in HYPE
Chair: Yannick Kohl
Political Philosophy
Georgios Karagiannopoulos
An absurd ontology or a hidden cosmopolitanism? Rethinking Pettit's interpretation of Rawls's political ontology
Chair: Silvana Pani
11:20-11:50 Epistemology
Daniella Meehan
Epistemic Corruption and the Media
Chair: Lena Mudry

ÄNDERUNG. Der Vortrag entfällt!
Metaphysics and Ontology
Marta Pedroni
Can there be vague quantum objects?
Chair: Bogdan Dumitrescu
Ethik
Alexander Veichkov
The Natural Emotional Roots of Free Will Skepticism and Compatibilism: Reframing the Free Will Debate
Chair: Stephen Müller
Ethik
Kathrin von Allmen
Reconceptualizing climate change responsibilities
Chair: Ada Smurzynska
Logic
Deniz Sarikaya
How do we understand proof(texts) a frame-semantic approach?
Chair: Yannick Kohl
History of Philosophy
Krystian Bogucki
The early Wittgenstein's view of nonsense reconsidered
Chair: Silvana Pani
12:00-12:30 Epistemology
Kimon Sourlas-Kotzamanis
A Distinctively Epistemic Injustice?
Chair: Lena Mudry
Metaphysics and Ontology
Agnieszka Proszewska
Goals shape means, A pluralist response to the problem of formal representation in ontic structural realism
Chair: Bogdan Dumitrescu
Ethik
Jon Rueda
Genetic Enhancement, Human Extinction, and the Best Interests of Posthumanity
Chair: Stephen Müller
Ethik
Markus Fuchsberger
War Without Death: A Critical Perspective on Nonlethal Weapons
Chair: Ada Smurzynska
Logic
Fabian Heimann
A decision-tree inspired semantics of a logic of conditional imperatives and permissives
Chair: Yannick Kohl
12:30-14:00 Mittagspause
14:00-14:30 Epistemology
Leonardo Flamini
What are inquirers?
Chair: Stefan Sleeuw
Metaphysics and Ontology
Marcin Wozny
Critical study of Ludwig's account of institutional agency
Chair: Agnieszka Proszewska
Ethik
Karen Lancaster
Robotic deception and betrayal
Chair: Jon Rueda
Ethik
Chiara Zucchelli
The Harms of Contraception & The Moral Permissibility of Abortion
Chair: Francesca Miccoli
Logic
Zesheng Chen
A note on the formalism-freeness of Gödel's L
Chair: Larissa Bolte
History of Philosophy
Jordi Fairhurst
Wittgenstein, Truth Deflationism and Meta-Ethics
Chair: Karol Lenart
14:40-15:10 Epistemology
Rose Troll
Epistemologie sexueller Verdinglichung
Chair: Stefan Sleeuw
Philosophie des Geistes
Ida Miczke
Responding to the response: the self-knowledge debate between Moran and O'Brien
Chair: Agnieszka Proszewska
Ethik
Riya Manna
How Do We Perceive Artificial Moral Cognition?
Chair: Jon Rueda
Ethik
Benedikt Namdar
Individuals, Existential Risk Prevention, and Moral Theories

ÄNDERUNG. Der Vortrag entfällt!
Logic
Paul Hasselkuß
The Epistemic Role of Social Values in Mathematics
Chair: Larissa Bolte
History of Philosophy
Gregor Bös
Wie realistisch ist Husserls Wahrheitsbegriff?
Chair: Karol Lenart
15:20-15:50 Epistemology
Daniela Schuster
Urteilsenthaltung und kuenstliche Intelligenz
Chair: Stefan Sleeuw
Philosophie des Geistes
Yannick Kohl
Additive transformative rationality
Chair: Agnieszka Proszewska
Ethik
Marlene Maislinger
Rape and Its Equivalents: A Conceptual Analysis
Chair: Jon Rueda
Ethik
Akhilesh Shridar
Media and Analogy
Chair: Francesca Miccoli
Logic
Antonio Freiles
Peano Systems and Internal Relations
Chair: Larissa Bolte
History of Philosophy
Alec Sault
Cutting off the Head of a Hydra: Plato on the Insatiability of Desire
Chair: Karol Lenart
16:00-16:30 Philosophie des Geistes
Matej Drazil
Cognitive Ontologies and the Status of Folk Psychology
Chair: Agnieszka Proszewska
Ethik
Emma Dore-Horgan
Do Criminal Offenders Have a Right to Neurorehabilitation?
Chair: Jon Rueda
Ethik
Mubarak Hussain
On the Possibility of Assigning the Full Moral Status (FMS) to the Artificial General Intelligent (AGI) Systems
Chair: Francesca Miccoli
Philosophie des Geistes
Max Theissen
A new perspective on the free will - determinism debate: nonreductive physicalism
Chair: Larissa Bolte
History of Philosophy
Joy Elbaz
Aristotle on Moral Agency: "He Could Have Not Done Otherwise"
Chair: Karol Lenart
16:30-16:45 Kaffeepause
16:45-18:15 Plenarvortrag
Marian David
Truth - Why Do Intelligent People Say So Many Odd Things about It?
Chair: Raimund Pils
(Englisch, Ort: HS E.002)
18:15-20:00 Abschlussessen (Restaurant)

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