Program CWIP’ 2020

The 7th annual CWIP will take place online. The goal is to open up a platform each year for undergraduate and graduate women philosophers to present their research to an audience of peers and receive constructive feedback on it. We hope that the CWIP serves as a template for similar initiatives in academia where young women academics can come together to discuss new ideas and forge valuable relationships.

Program

SEPTEMBER 18, 2020

10:00 AM- 11:00 AM (GMT+2)

11:10 AM- 12:10 PM (GMT+2)

Causal Direction in C-Theories of Time
NAOMI CORLETT
Respondent: Frida Trotter

The Moral Obligation to Resist Complacency with Respect to One’s Own Oppression
YINGSHIHAN ZHU
Respondent: Leonie Smith

Against a Motivational View of Desire
HADIS FAROKHI
Respondent: Elizabeth Ventham

The QCD Phase Transition Objection to Alexander Bird’s Dispositional Essentialism
MARTA CONTI LORENZO
Respondent: Rose Trappes

Oppressive socialisation and women’s autonomy
NOEMI MAGNANI
Respondent: Catherine Dale

The Emergence of Extremism: The role of power dynamics in producing domestic and international extremism
ANNA SOPHIE SANDERS
Respondent: Matteo Colombo

What should we do with the works of immoral artists?
JENNY JANSSENS
Respondent: Zoe Walker

The Limitations of Epistemic Pluralism in Interdisciplinary Research
ROOSMARIJN VAN WOERDEN, MEREL TALBI
Respondent: Christian J. Feldbacher-Escamilla

Authoritative normativity and standard-dependence
ELINE GERRITSEN
Respondent: Rachel Handley

Thank you for seeing my worth: gratitude understood as having one’s intrinsic value acknowledged
CHARLOTTE VAN VEEN
Respondent: Silvia Panizza

BREAK

SYMPOSIUM: TWELVE ANGRY WOMEN
3:00 PM- 4:15 PM (GMT+2)
SPEAKERS:
Katrien Schaubroeck
Amanda Cawston
Natascha Rietdijk
MODERATOR:
Farah Focquaert

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