Professor Debra Satz (Stanford) will receive an honorary doctorate from Erasmus University on recommendation of the Erasmus Initiative “Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity” and the Erasmus School of Philosophy. On November 9, 2018, we celebrate her work with a conference on Ethics and Economics with Ingrid Robeyns and Martin van Hees and the Erasmus Philosophy Lecture, held by Debra Satz, in Erasmus Paviljoen. Register here.
A seven-sessions programme on philosophy for executives (in Dutch). The programme will cover many different philosophers and approaches. I will teach about argumentation theory and rationality. Details (in Dutch) are here.
The Erasmus Initiative “Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity” is a research initiative by the Erasmus School of Law, Rotterdam School of Management, and the Faculty of Philosophy. I am excited to join this initiative! In the next five years, we will aim to create interdisciplinary research between researchers at Erasmus University and beyond to help address some of society’s most pressing problems.
There is a new issue of the The Reasoner, which includes my column on “Philosophy & Economics”, this time on a workshop on the ethics and economics of health care.
There is a new issue of the The Reasoner, which includes my column on “Philosophy & Economics”, this time on conferences and workshops.
There is a new issue of The Reasoner, which among others, features my regular column on “Philosophy & Economics”, about philosophers and economists who passed away in 2017.
My article “Values in Time Discounting” is now available online in Science and Engineering Ethics.
My Review of “Science outside the Laboratory: Measurement in Field Science and Economics” by Marcel Boumans is now online at Philosophy of Science.
Joint paper Dividing the Invisible: Apportionment and Theories of Fairness with Stefan Wintein now online at Politics, Philosophy & Economics.