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Venue
Marietta-Blau-Saal, University of Vienna ⚑

June 7th

10.00 – Opening

10.30-11.30
Simon Scheller (LMU): “Political Epistemology: Assessing the Challenge of ‘Fake News’ and Strategic Manipulation for Epistemic Theories of Democracy”

11.45-12.45
Jakob Hinze (St Andrews): “Does Epistemic Democracy Justify the Disenfranchisement of Minors?”

Lunch break: 12.45-14.15 at “YAMM” ⚑ (optional)

14.15-15.15
Thirza Lagewaard (Amsterdam): “Deep Disagreement and Epistemic Injustice”

15.30-16.45
Michele Giavazzi (Warwick): “A Civic Argument for Epistocratic Constraints on Voting”

17.00-18.30
Hélène Landemore (Yale): “Three Objections (and a Half) to Epistemic Democracy.”

Conference Dinner: at “Fromme Helene” ⚑

June 8th

10.30-11.30
Zolt Kapelner (CEU): “Autonomy, Collective Agency, and the Value of Democracy”

11.45-12.45
Leonie Smith (Manchester): “Nudging and Epistemic Paternalism: Their Value in Promoting, not Undermining Freedom of Choice”

Lunch break: 12.45-14.30 at “YAMM” ⚑ (optional)

14.30-15.30
Adam Lovett (NYU): “What’s the Matter With Motivated Reasoning?”

16.00-17.30
Kai Spiekermann (LSE): “Finding Your Epistemic Peers”

Dinner: at “Universitätsbräu” ⚑