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QUB Philosophy Seminar Series

The BIPPA would like to bring your attention to the Queen’s University Belfast Philosophy Seminar Series for the autumn term 2022-2023. We are always delighted to see rich initiatives that bring together academics and students from all over the UK and the Republic of Ireland. The QUB Seminar Series is definitely one of those. We encourage everyone to attend, and especially postgraduate students—most of talks are accessible online, through Microsoft Teams. For more information, as well as for the link to the different talks, email Suzanne Whitten (

We include a lineup of the talks, as well as information on which of them are online:

28th September Oisín Keohane (University of Dundee) ‘Pardon my ‘Anglossolalia’: Derrida on Forgiveness and the South African TRC’ (3pm, Microsoft Teams)

5th October Matt Jope (University of Edinburgh) ‘Evidentialism and Non-evidentialism for Rational Trust’ (4pm, 13 University Square/0G/010)

12th October Emilia Wilson (University of St. Andrews) ‘Mis-Interpretive Resources and Epistemic Corrosion’ (3pm, Microsoft Teams)

19th October Anneli Jefferson (University of Cardiff) ‘Blaming the Dead’ (3pm, 27 University Square/01/003)

26th October Mark Alfano (Macquarie University) ‘Having a Sense of Humor as a Virtue’ (11am, Microsoft Teams)

2nd November READING WEEK

9th November Robin McKenna (University of Liverpool) ‘The New Scepticism’ (3pm, Microsoft Teams)

16th November Matilda Carter (University of Glasgow) ‘The Person as Environmentally Integrated’ (3pm, Microsoft Teams)

23rd November Dan Dagerman (University of Bristol) ‘Silent emotions and affective injustice’ (3pm, Microsoft Teams)

30th November Margaret Steele (University College Cork) ‘Obesity is a Disease (But Not the One You Think)’ (3pm, Microsoft Teams)

7th December Jeremy Watkins (Queen’s University Belfast) ‘The Doctrine of Doing and Allowing as the Basis for Corrective Justice’ (3pm, 27 University Square/01/003)

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