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Minorities and Philosophy: Leeds Conference on Implicit Bias

Coming up this week: this excellent looking conference, on Implicit Bias, organised by the Leeds ‘Minorities and Philosophy’ Chapter. Check out the great program here.

Implicit Bias and Analyses of Discrimination

I recently had the opportunity to participate in a symposium at Humboldt University, Berlin, on Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen’s recent book on discrimination: Born Free and Equal? A Philosophical Inquiry into the Nature of Discrimination. The book offers an analysis of the notion of discrimination, and tackles some questions in which the concept is implicated (the relationship …

Workshop on Implicit Cognitions, Nottingham

Some of our work will be presented at a workshop on implicit cognitions, which is part of a program of events put on by the Equality and Diversity committee of the Philosophy Department, University of Nottingham. Details are below. We’ll be presenting the experimental design we’ve been developing as part of the project, and presenting …