Epistemic injustice reasons and agency: 14–15 Oct 2021(with videos)

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Epistemic Injustice, Reasons and Agency Workshop
Online Workshop – Funded by Newton Advanced Fellowship
African Centre for Epistemology and Philosophy of Science (ACEPS)
Department of Philosophy, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
14–15 October 2021
Link to Programme and Abstracts

Video Recordings

Bertille De Vlieger – (University of Lille)
Describing emotions: the problem of introspective reports and epistemic injustice
 
Abraham Tobi – (University of Johannesburg)
Appreciative silencing in communicative exchanges
 
Keolebogile Mbebe – University of Pretoria
Transitional justice and epistemic justice
 
Elliot Porter – (University of Kent)
Futility thinking

Aderonke Ajiboro – (Rhodes University)
Anonymous testimony and testimonial injustice

Gilles Beauchamp – (McGill University)
No religious symbols for school teachers: Quebec’s laicity law and hermeneutical marginalisation
 
Catharine Saint-Croix – (University of Minnesota)
Rumination and wronging: the role of attention in epistemic morality