Closing Workshop “Norms in Knowledge” project

Information on the project can be found on the project page at the department’s website

We invite those who are interested in the topic to join us for this event. There is no fee for this conference. We offer you the meals during the program, but you will have to cover your own travel and lodging costs. We can advise you on hotels in Eindhoven. Only if the number of people that express their interest becomes too large for us to handle the workshop practically, we will have to disappoint people who sent their expression of interest later than others.


December 9  
12.00-13.00 Arrival and lunch
13.00-13.15 Opening: Anthonie Meijers
13.15-14.15 Paper 1: Niklas Möller: The Open Question argument applied
14.15-15.15 Paper 2: Wybo Houkes: Normativity and the nature of technological knowledge
15.15-15.30 Coffee break
15.30-16.30 Paper 3: Holger Rosencrantz: Goals in transport policy
16.30-17.30 Paper 4: Jesse Hughes: What’s that thing for? Artifacts and instrumental functions
17.30-18.30 Paper 5: Martin Peterson: Risk and partial norms.
19.00 Dinner
December 10  
09.00-10.00 Paper 6: Krist Vaesen: Normative domains in technology
10.00-11.00 Paper 7: Elin Palmer: Privacy
11.00-11.15 Coffee break
11.15-12.15 Paper 8: Maarten Franssen (to be confirmed)
12.15-13.15 Lunch
13.15-14.15 Paper 9: Pasi Pohjola: Normativity and knowledge of artifacts (to be confirmed)
14.15-15.15 Paper 10: Karin Edvardsson Bjölnberg: Rational criteria for engineering goals
15.15-15.30 Coffee break
15.30-16.30 Final discussion on publication
16.30 Closing and departure


If you would like to come, please send a message to our secretary, mrs. Rianne Schaaf,

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