Monthly Archives: February 2021

PERITIA at the Festival “How The Light Gets In”

  • February 16, 2021
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As part of the annual philosophy and music festival How The Light Gets In, PERITIA’s coordinator Maria Baghramian offered an in-depth interview to the Institute of Arts and Ideas about trust in a relative world. The six-part conversation encompasses an array of topics related to PERITIA’s work, from the philosophical link between relativism and trust […]

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Recognition, Vulnerability and Trust

  • February 16, 2021
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A new article by Danielle Petherbridge (University College Dublin) has been published in the International Journal of Philosophical Studies under the title Recognition, Vulnerability and Trust. This paper is part of PERITIA’s first phase focused on understanding the foundations of trust from social, philosophical, psychological and ethical perspectives. According to the abstract, the author “examines […]

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PERITIA celebrates its first anniversary

  • February 1, 2021
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PERITIA celebrates its first anniversary today! We would like to take this opportunity to look back on this extraordinary year in which public trust in expertise has been at the centre of so many conversations. Our team has dived into the understanding of the manifold challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic to trust in expertise-driven […]

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