Workshops fully funded by ISOS 2023

Miguel Garcia, New Approaches to Legal Ontology, University of Cork, April.

Eric Schwitzgebel and Anna Strasser, Humans and Smart Machines as Partners in Thought?  Riverside/Berlin, May. 

Bill Wringe, Barış Kaştaş, Evrensel Sebep, Ahmet Gönüllü, Social Ontology for Political Philosophers, Bilkent University, May 2023 (postponed from original date for reasons beyond the organizers' control)

Judith Martens and John Sutton, Group Know-How and Joint Expertise, University of Antwerp, June.

Marc Slors and Richard Sims, Coordination, Norms and Group Action, University of Njimegen, July.

Saba Bazargan-Forward, Meradjuddin Khan Oidermaa and Margarita Chudnovskaya, Authority, Power, and Accountability, University of Stockholm, August. 

Alejandro Mantilla Quijano,  Guillermo Acevedo Vega; Peoples, Race, Genders, Classes and Social Groups as Habitable Categories: A new map for Social Ontology in Latin America, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, September.

Anne Schwenkenbecher and Alberto Guerrero-Velazquez, Thinking together: Interdisciplinary Workshop on Collective Memory and Collective Knowledge, Murdoch University, September. 

Sally Haslanger and Sahar Heydari Fard, Complexity, Ontology, and Social Change, MIT, October.

Bhaskarjit NeogSign of the Social: Ethics and OntologyJawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), November.


Other workshops supported by ISOS in 2023

Simon Graf, Group Minds and Collective Agency, Leeds, August.

Neha Khetrapal, Ontology of Peace. Reflections on PluriversalityO.P Jindal Global University, June.

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