Filosoofia videoloengud

18.-21. märts 2019

The marsupial bulldog: omnivory, narrative & historical evidence

The unreasonable effectiveness of traces

History is peculiar

How to build a sea-urchin: simulations as smoking guns


4.-6. september 2018

Common Sense and Disputation

Clarifying Terms

Doing Thought Experiments

Comparing Theories

Logic and Model-Building

Knowledge from Imagination


19.-22. märts 2018

Representationalism as a Paradigm and Knowing How

Truth-making and Performativity

Inferentialism and Conceptualism

Rational Grounding of Historiography

9.-10. oktoober 2017

Intentionality: the state of the debate





26.-29. september 2017

Peeter Müürsepp "National and Foreign in the Development of Estonian Thought"
Eestikeelne lühikokkuvõte

Jaan Undusk "On the Possibility of Studying Intellectual History on Estonian Grounds"
Eestikeelne lühikokkuvõte

Pärtel Piirimäe "Men and Monsters in Emer de Vattel's Law of Nations"
Eestikeelne lühikokkuvõte

Tiina Kirss "Correspondences and Intellectual Histories: Examples from the Enlightenment in the Baltic Provinces"
Eestikeelne lühikokkuvõte


6.-9. märts 2017

The Revival of Pragmatism in the Philosophy of Science

Operational coherence and a new theory of truth

Realism for realistic people

Pluralism and Humanism in Science

27. juuni - 28. juuni 2016

Two Notions of Naturalism

Representationalism - From Nihilism to Dualism

The End of 'the World'

A Taxi to the Twenty-Second Century - the Cambridge-Tallinn Connection

14.-17. juuli 2015

Keynote talk Marilyn Vihman (Linguistics, University of York) "Advance in language development: Learning words and learning sounds"

Invited Symposium: "Language and schizophrenia" Organizer and Chair: Wolfram Hinzen; Speakers: Rosemary Varley, Valentina Bambini, Wolfram Hinzen and Gina Kuperberg

Keynote talk Cecilia Heyes (University of Oxford) "On the origins of mindreading"

Invited Symposium: "Mindreading: Two puzzles in the theory of mind" Organizer and Chair: Stephen Butterfill; Speakers: Stephen Butterfill, Dana Schneider and Pierre Jacob

Keynote talk Lucy O'Brien (Department of Philosophy, University College London) "Shameful Self-Consciousness"

Invited Symposium: "Understanding counterfactual emotions" Organizer and Chair: Sarah Beck. Speakers: Sarah Beck, Christoph Hoerl, Eva Rafetseder and Marianne Habib

Keynote talk Joshua Knobe (Department of Psychology, Yale University) "The essence of psychological essentialism"

Invited Symposium: "Social relations in social cognition". Organizer and Chair: Vivian Bohl and Joulia Smortchkova. Speakers: Vivian Bohl, Joulia Smortchkova and Olivier Mascaro

30. juuni - 2. juuli 2015

Dogwhistles: Political Manipulation and Philosophy of Language

Generics Don't Essentialise People; People Essentialise People!

Just Go Ahead and Lie


Implicit Bias, Stereotype Threat and Women in Academia

The Pragmatics of Inclusivity

25.-27. september 2014

Anna Kusser (University of Konstanz) "Ethics in Schools and in Teacher Education in Germany"

Margit Sutrop (Tartu Ülikool) "Mida teha lahkarvamustega, mis ei ole näilikult ratsionaalselt lahendatavad?"

4.-6. november 2010

Ruth R. Faden (Johns Hopkinsi Ülikool, USA) "A Social Justice Framework for Health Policy"
Toivo Maimets (Tartu Ülikool, Eesti) "International Governance of Human Cloning"

Theda Rehbock (Dresdeni Tehnikaülikool ja Marburgi Ülikool, Saksamaa) "Limits of autonomy in biomedical ethics? Conceptual clarifications"
Kjetil Rommetveit (Bergeni Ülikool, Norra) "Tackling epistemological naivety - understanding values, choices and the complexities of the 'greater good'?

Kadri Simm (Tartu Ülikool, Eesti) "On the uses and usefulness of the concept of common good"
Films about new technologies. Discussion about ethical aspects.

Margit Sutrop (Tartu Ülikool) "From informed consent to no consent: from individual rights to common good?"
Ruth Chadwick (Cardiffi Ülikool, UK) "The communitarian turn: has it come full circle?"

Jan Helge Solbakk (Oslo Ülikool, Norra) "Ethical endgames: Broad consent for narrow interests & open consent for closed minds"
Ants Nõmper (Tartu Ülikool, Eesti), "Alternatives to informed consent – legal approach"

Vilhjálmur Árnason (Islandi Ülikool, Island) – "Public and private interests: A problematic distinction"