Publications and Presentations

This page contains an overview of SOCRATES members' publications and paper presentations.

Publications

  • Barimah, George K. (2024): Epistemic Trust in Scientific Experts: A Moral DimensionSci Eng Ethics 30, 21
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11948-024-00489-x
  • Douglas, Heather, and Branch, T.Y. (2024): The social contract for science and the value-free idealSynthese 203: 40.
    DOI: 10.1007/s11229-023-04477-9
  • Stegenga, Jacob (2024): Justifying scientific progressPhilosophy of Science. More info
  • Metzen, Hanna (2024): Objectivity, shared values, and trustSynthese 203: 60
    DOI: 10.1007/s11229-024-04493-3
  • Stegenga, Jacob (2024): Fast scienceThe British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. More info
  • Brown, Matthew J., and Stegenga, Jacob (2024): The validity of the argument from inductive riskCanadian Journal of Philosophy: 1-4.
    DOI: 10.1017/can.2023.37
  • Menon, Tarun, and Stegenga, Jacob (2023): Sisyphean science: why value-freedom is worth pursuingEuropean Journal for Philosophy of Science 13 (48): 1-24.
    DOI: 10.1007/s13194-023-00552-7
  • Hilligardt, Hannah (2023): Partisan science and the democratic legitimacy idealSynthese 202: 135.
    DOI: 10.1007/s11229-023-04370-5

Presentations

  • Branch, T.Y. (2024): Epistemic landscapes of public science communication and implications for vaccine hesitancy (invited speaker)Vaccine Ethics & Epistemology, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany.
  • Hilligardt, Hannah (2024): Science as public serviceLeibniz University Hannover, Hannover, Germany. More info
  • Stegenga, Jacob (2024): Deontic philosophy of scienceLeibniz University Hannover, Hannover, Germany. More info
  • Prince, Ilvie (2024): The epistemic risks of regulation, side effect reporting and the risk of wishful speakingLeibniz University Hannover, Hannover, Germany. More info
  • Furman, Katherine (2024): Distrusting medicine with all the feelsLeibniz University Hannover, Hannover, Germany. More info
  • Stegenga, Jacob (2023): Prise praise and prize from priorityBielefeld University, Bielefeld, Germany.
  • Stegenga, Jacob (2023): Sisyphean science: why value-freedom is worth pursuingUniversity of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark.
  • Stegenga, Jacob (2023): Causal inference from clinical experienceCentre for Mental Health, Human Rights, and Social Justice, Essex University, Colchester, UK.
  • Stegenga, Jacob (2023): Norms of scientific assertionUniversity of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Stegenga, Jacob (2023): Fast scienceBielefeld University, Bielefeld, Germany.
  • Stegenga, Jacob (2023): Sisyphean science: why value-freedom is worth pursuing (keynote)Danish National Committee for the History and Philosophy of Science, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Stegenga, Jacob (2023): Communicating numbersGraduate School of Health Sciences, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland.
  • Hilligardt, Hannah (2023): Partisan science and the democratic legitimacy ideal (invited speaker)Objectivity, Trust and Values in Science Workshop, Cambridge (UK).
  • Rechnitzer, Tanja (2023): Scholars, advocates, activists – What role(s) and responsibilities do philosophers have?Institute of Philosophy Colloquium, Leibniz University Hannover, Hannover, Germany.

Podcasts

  • Löwenstein, David, and Rechnitzer, Tanja (2023): Existenz des UniversumsMitgedacht! Der denXte-Podcast zu euren philosophischen Fragen, Staffel 2, Episode 3, 7. More info
  • Löwenstein, David, and Rechnitzer, Tanja (2023): KI in BehördenMitgedacht! Der denXte-Podcast zu euren philosophischen Fragen, Staffel 2, Episode 2, 9. More info
  • Löwenstein, David, and Rechnitzer, Tanja (2023): Sich sicher seinMitgedacht! Der denXte-Podcast zu euren philosophischen Fragen, Staffel 2, Episode 1, 12. More info