Birmingham Branch – Seminar

Epistemic vice and self-protection
Alice Monypenny, University of Nottingham

All welcome.
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Alice Monypenny is a postgraduate researcher and teaching assistant in the Department of Philosophy, University of Nottingham. Her doctoral thesis examines contemporary debates about ‘safe space’ policies, drawing on aspects of virtue and vice epistemology, philosophy of education, feminist philosophy and philosophy of race. Her article ‘Between vulnerability and resilience: a contextualist picture of protective epistemic character traits’ was published in Journal of Philosophy of Education in 2021.

Details of future seminars in the series can be found on the Birmingham Philosophy of Education webpages.