Confirmed speakers at the IPS 2022 conference. Abstracts to follow.

Shane Bergin and Aine Mahon (University College Dublin)

‘Sharing’, Selfhood, and Community in an Age of Academic Twitter


Vittorio Bufacchi (University College Cork)

Cicero on Democracy and Public Philosophy


Jim Chamberlain, Mike Coxhead and MM McCabe (Kings College London)

Shouting inside


Oliver Feeney (Universität Tübingen)

Deliberative engagement & trust(worthiness)


Juliette Ferry-Danini (Université Catholique Louvain)

Public Philosophy of Medicine in and outside a pandemic


Francis Gahan and Sarah Otten (Carlow College)

More than Minding Oneself


Nick Johnston (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)

What Should We Expect of Public Philosophers


Juho Lindholm (University of Tartu)

Philosophy in Action


Elizabeth Meade (Maynooth University)

Philosophical enquiry among community groups


Lukas J. Meier (Cambridge University)

From the Armchair into the Spotlight


Eri Mountbatten-O’Malley (Bath Spa University)

Scholactivism: a moral imperative


Michael Nee (University College Cork)

Philosophy in the Public Space


Ian Olasov (City University of New York)

Philosophical Expertise and the Epistemology of Public Philosophy


Georgios Petropoulos (University College Dublin)

Public Philosophy with Children


Mark Piper and Pia Antolic-Piper (James Madison University)

Prudent Forbearance in the Public Sphere


Clémence Saintemarie (University College Dublin)

What Democratic Education? Jacques Rancière’s Ignorant Schoolmaster at 35 and paideia in Cornélius Castoriadis at 100


Theodore Stone (Birkbeck University London)

Public Philosophy as a Safeguard to Bureaucratic Capture


Zachary Vereb (University of Mississippi)

Should Kant be viewed as a Public Philosopher?


Dawn Wang (University College Cork)

Normative expectation for modelling norm compliance behaviour