Talks

  1. upcoming - Feb 25, 2021: The Electorate as a Company: Some Reflections Against Epistocracy. Center for Logic, Language and Cognition, University of Turin

  2. Nov 13, 2019: La Polarización de Grupos como Vicio Epistémico Colectivo [Group Polarization as a Collective Epistemic Vice]. Jornadas sobre Ideología y Subjetividad: Nov 12-13, Autonomous University of Madrid

  3. April 9, 2019: The Electorate as a Company: Some Reflections Against Epistocracy, Seminar of the Department of Logic, History and Philosophy of Science, UNED

  4. Feb 6, 2019: Epistemic Care and Its Duties. Workshop on Intellectual Autonomy, Epistemic Authority, and Epistemic Paternalism, Feb 5-6, Autonomous University of Madrid

  5. Oct 19, 2018: Lottery Propositions and Unsafe Doubts. Seminar Series in Analytic Philosophy, LanCog, University of Lisbon

  6. Oct 18, 2018: On the Moral and Epistemic Duties of Voters, LanCog and Praxis Joint Seminar, University of Lisbon

  7. Sep 17, 2018: Commentator of John Greco. Virtue Epistemology Conference, Sep 17-18, University of Glasgow ​

  8. March 19, 2018: On the Epistemic Duties of Voters: Some Reflections Against Epistocracy. New Directions in Social Epistemology Seminar, University of Glasgow

  9. May 10, 2018: Sobre los Derechos Epistémicos de los Votantes [On the epistemic duties of voters] EPISOC Work in Progress Day, Autonomous University of Madrid

  10. March 19, 2018: The Epistemology of Public Controversy, Workshop in Social and Political Epistemology, March 19-20, University of Copenhagen

  11. Feb 28, 2018: On the Epistemic Duties of Voters. DEEP seminar, University of Copenhagen

  12. Feb 21, 2018: Difficulty and Knowledge How. Workshop on Know How, University of Seville

  13. Nov 17, 2017: Pragmatic Encroachment Defeated. Epistemology Workshop, University of Copenhagen

  14. Oct 25, 2017: Safety, Virtues, and Lotteries. Social Epistemology Research Group Seminar, University of Copenhagen

  15. Aug 30, 2017: Commentator of Berit Brogaard (University of Miami) “Group polarization”. Summer School in Social Epistemology, August 28 -September 1, Autonomous University of Madrid

  16. May 5, 2017: Disagreement and Epistemic Improvement. Seminar of the Research Unit for Epistemology, Metaphysics, and Philosophy of Cognition, Aarhus University

  17. Apr 25, 2017: Disagreement and Epistemic Improvement. Higher Seminar in Theoretical Philosophy, Lund University

  18. Mar 30, 2017: Group Polarization as a Collective Epistemic Vice (with J. Adam Carter). Workshop on Groups and Disagreement, March 30-31, University of Copenhagen

  19. Mar 15, 2017: Group Polarization as a Collective Epistemic Vice. Social Epistemology Research Group Seminar, University of Copenhagen

  20. May 20, 2016: Disagreement and Epistemic Improvement (with Mona Simion). Complex Disagreement Workshop, 19-20 May, Arché, University of St. Andrews

  21. May 12, 2016: Should We Analyze Knowledge or Put It First? Workshop in Contemporary Analytic Philosophy, 12-13 May, University of Copenhagen

  22. May 4, 2016: Disagreement and Epistemic Improvement. Social Epistemology Research Group Seminar, University of Copenhagen

  23. Feb 24, 2016: ¿Deberíamos analizar el conocimiento o ponerlo en primer lugar? [Should We Analyze Knowledge or Put It First?] EpiSoc Seminar, Autonomous University of Madrid

  24. Feb 12, 2016: Should We Analyze Knowledge or Put It First? CLAW Seminar, KU Leuven

  25. Oct 30, 2015: The Lack of Control Account of Epistemic Luck. First Leuven - Cologne Epistemology Meeting, 30 October - 1 September, University of Cologne

  26. Sep 18, 2015: Difficulty and Knowledge. Virtue Epistemology Conference, 16-18 September, KU Leuven

  27. Sep 15, 2015: Worries about John Greco’s (Different) Virtue Epistemology. Workshop on/with John Greco, September 15, KU Leuven

  28. Jun 5, 2015: Virtues, Safety, and Lotteries (with Chris Kelp). ’The Intersection of Epistemology and Philosophy of Mind’ June 1-5, Bled Philosophical Conferences, Bled

  29. Mar 20, 2015: Difficulty and Aptness: A New Approach to Robust Virtue Epistemology. New Topics in the Epistemology of Disagreement, March 19-20, University of Copenhagen

  30. Mar 16, 2015: Conocimiento Futuro, Loterías y Seguridad [Knowledge of the Future, Lotteries, and Safety] Workshop on/with Ernest Sosa, March 16, Autonomous University of Madrid

  31. Feb 27, 2015: Six Views on Aptness. CLAW Seminar, KU Leuven

  32. Feb 13, 2015: Luck, Control, and the Notion of Achievement. Epistemology Workshop, KU Leuven

  33. Dec 5, 2014: Safety and Method Individuation. Leuven Epistemology Group Seminar, KU Leuven

  34. Jul 24, 2014: Control and Achievement. Understanding Value III, 23-25 July, University of Sheffield (refereed)

  35. Jul 12, 2014: Five Views on Aptness. Open Sessions at the Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association Conference, July 12-13, University of Cambridge (refereed)

  36. Jan 17, 2014: Commentator of Stephen Wright (U. of Sheffield) "Disagreement and Evidence" XVI TIF, January 16-17, University of Barcelona

  37. Sept 12, 2013: Blinking and Winking. An Account of the Notion of Achievement. SEFA 2013, September 11-14, Carlos III University, Madrid (refereed)

  38. Apr 18, 2013: Blinking and Winking. An Account of the Notion of Achievement. LOGOS Graduate Reading Group, University of Barcelona

  39. Apr 5, 2013: Virtue Epistemology. Summary Workshop, April 4-5, University of Barcelona

  40. Dec 18, 2012: Is Safety in Danger? Workshop on the Naturalization of the Mind and Modality, December 17-18, University of Girona

  41. Jul 20, 2012: Luck and Fortune, or Why Knowledge Requires Cognitive Control. VII Congress of the Society for Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, July 18-20, University of Santiago de Compostela (refereed)

  42. Jun 29, 2012: Luck and Fortune, or Why Knowledge Requires Cognitive Control. 2012 European Epistemology Network Meeting, June 28-30, University of Bologna (refereed)

  43. Jun 13, 2012: Luck and Fortune, or Why Knowledge Requires Cognitive Control. LOGOS Graduate Reading Group, University of Barcelona

  44. Dec 20, 2011: Knowledge and Control. COGITO Day 7, University of Bologna

  45. Nov 10, 2011: Epistemic Virtue, Appropriateness, and Environmental Luck. COGITO Seminar, University of Bologna

  46. Nov 4, 2011: Bad Partners for Your True Belief: Luck, Unreliability and the Wrong Direction of Fit. COGITO Seminar, University of Bologna

  47. May 13, 2011: Knowledge and Dispositions. VII Barcelona-Geneva Workshop, May 12-13, University of Barcelona

  48. Mar 18, 2011: Anti-luck Virtue Epistemology: the Whole Story? 2011 European Epistemology Network Meeting, March 17-19, Lund University (refereed)

  49. Jan. 13, 2011: Can Epistemic Circumstances Be Safe? XIII TIF, January 12-14, University of Barcelona (refereed)

  50. Dec 1, 2010: Can Epistemic Circumstances Be Safe? LOGOS Graduate Reading Group, University of Barcelona

  51. Oct 16, 2010: Anti-luck Virtue Epistemology: The Whole Story? SEFA 2010, October 14-16, University of La Laguna (refereed)

  52. May 10, 2010: Anti-luck Virtue Epistemology: The Whole Story? LOGOS Graduate Reading Group, University of Barcelona

  53. Jan 11, 2010: Commentator of Alfredo Tomasetta (U. of Vita-Salute San Raffaele) "Are There Merely Possible Objects?" XII TIF, January 11-12, University of Girona

  54. Feb 11, 2009: Some Considerations on Kripkenstein’s Skeptical Argument. LOGOS Graduate Reading Group, University of Barcelona