Tomaž Grušovnik will be giving an open lecture and two-day seminar about denialism and willful ignorance in May
Associate professor and senior researcher Tomaž Grušovnik, PhD, from University of Primorska is coming to visit Tampere University in May. His areas of research include animal ethics, agnotology, and philosophy of education. During this visit, he will give an open lecture on the subject of Avoiding Knowledge and Moral Responsibility: Denialism and Willful Ignorance in Environmental and Animal Ethics. Lecture will be held at Tampere university, but you can also participate via Zoom.
Tomaž Grušovnik will also be giving a two-day seminar Willful Ignorance on Wednesday May 18th and Thursday May 19th at 9.00–11.00 am. Seminar is open for doctoral researchers, master’s level students and academic staff.
more information about the events can be found here: Upcoming lecture & seminar – EnAct – Researching Environmental Activism and Self-Cultivation (enactresearchproject.com)