PRESENTATIONS

  • Geluk en genot, waarheid en illusie, CC Adelberg, Lommel, Belgium (March 2018).

  • Nudging, Autonomy and Transparency, chairing a ‘Roundtable Discussion’ with Luc Bovens, Andreas Schmidt and Viktor Ivankovic during the conference ‘WINK: The Nudge Conference’ at Utrecht, The Netherlands (June 2017).

  • Wetenschappelijke inzichten en filosofische reflecties over geluk, VOC Hasselt, Hasselt, Belgium (May 2017).

  • An Apple A Day Takes Your Freedom Away? The Do’s and Donuts of Nudge Paternalism, Intensive course on Justice and Priority Setting Choices in Health Care, Leuven (March 2017).

  • Wellbeing and Inequality, together with Alfred Archer, ‘ethics seminar’ at TiLPS, Tilburg University, The Netherlands (March 2017).

  • Nudging and Rationality, ‘Choice’ seminar at the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Sciences (CPNSS), London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London, United Kingdom (March 2017). Online at: http://www.lse.ac.uk/philosophy/blog/2017/03/01/bart-engelen-tilburg-nudging-and-rationality/.

  • Autonomie en rationaliteit, CC Adelberg, Lommel, Belgium (October 2016).

  • The Consequentialist Turn in Debates on the Ethics of Nudging, MANCEPT 16 Workshop on ‘New Hopes for Realistic Utopias’, Manchester University, Manchester, United Kingdom (September 2016).

  • Nudging Towards Morality: The Happy Wedding Between Nudging and Consequentialism, Conference ‘Designing Moral Technologies: Theoretical, Practical, and Ethical Issues’, University of Zürich, Ascona, Switzerland (July 2016).

  • The Definition and Role of Preference in Positive Economics, Third International Conference on Economic Philosophy, GEQAM, Aix-en-Provence, France (June 2016).

  • How Liberal Governments Should Treat Their Less Than Rational Citizens, invited speaker at Conference ‘Nudges and Normativities: At the Crossroads of Law and Public Policy’, Sciences Po, Paris, France (June 2016).

  • Debating the Pros and Cons of Nudging, tutorial for MA Students ‘Philosophy, Science and Society’, Tilburg University (April 2016).

  • Towards a Framework for Evaluating the Desirability of Nudges, OZSW Conference 2015, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (December 2015).

  • The Definition and Role of Self-Interest and Preferences in Economic Models, Research Seminar in Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands (December 2015).

  • An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away: The Do’s and Donuts of Libertarian Paternalism, together with Yvonne Denier. Erasmus Mundus Intensive Course on Justice and Priority Setting in Health Care. Faculty of Medicine, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium (October 2015).

  • Judging Nudging: Is It Wrong to Manipulate People Into Healthier Lifestyles?, Workshop ‘Nudges: New Normativity in the Public Sphere’, MANCEPT 15, Manchester University, Manchester, United Kingdom (September 2015).

  • Alles is relatief! Waarom meer niet altijd beter is, Dag van de filosofie, De NWE Vorst, Tilburg, The Netherlands (April 2015).

  • Development: What, Why and How?, Symposium ‘The Dutch Borders and Beyond’, Beyond Borders, Tilburg, The Netherlands (February 2015).

  • Are Nudges Manipulative and Does This Actually Matter?, Research Seminar in Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands (February 2015).

  • Let’s Move! How Paternalist Can and Should Liberals Be in Promoting Health?, together with Thomas Nys. Erasmus Mundus Intensive Course on Justice and Priority Setting in Health Care. Faculty of Medicine, KU Leuven, Leuven (October 2014).

  • Rationality and Valuation in Health Care: What Exactly Constitutes a ‘Good’ Choice? Erasmus Mundus Intensive Course on Justice and Priority Setting in Health Care. Faculty of Medicine, KU Leuven, Leuven (October 2014).

  • Biting the Bullet: Why Levelling Down Can Benefit Everybody. Social Equality Conference, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa (August 2014).

  • The Ethics of Nudging: Is Libertarian Paternalism the Way to Go? La Sociedad de Alumnos de Lic. en Ciencia Politica. Monterrey, Mexico (February 2014).

  • When Less Can Be More: Equality, Levelling Down and the Positional Rat Race. Departamento de Filosofia y Etica. Monterrey, Mexico (February 2014).

  • The Definition and Role of Preference in Positive Economics. Ninth Conference of the International Network for Economic Method, Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (June 2013).

  • Talking Money: How Economic Valuation Can Undermine the Support for Environmental Protection, together with Stijn Neuteleers. Tenth Conference of the European Society for Ecological Economics, Lille, France (June 2013).

  • Neoliberalisme en vermarkting: Een kritiek op Paul Verhaeghes kritiek. TSG 't Zal Wel Gaan, Universiteit Gent (April 2013).

  • Rationality and Prosociality: Integrating Philosophical, Evolutionary, Economic and Sociological Perspectives. Evolution, Cooperation and Rationality, Bristol (June 2011).

  • Norms and Rationality in Explaining Prosocial Behavior. Meeting on Ethics and Political Philosophy, University of Minho, Braga (May 2011).

  • The Normative Study of Collective Decision-Making. Preventing Mischief in Juries, Assemblies and Elections, Louvain-la-Neuve (March 2011).

  • Populaire filosofie en populaire cultuur. Centrum voor Ethiek, Sociale en Politieke Filosofie. KU Leuven, Leuven (December 2010).

  • Populaire filosofie: contradictio in terminis? Vlaams-Nederlandse filosofiedag, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, The Netherlands (November 2010).

  • Nudged Towards Your Own Good: Conceptual Problems and Normative Worries With Libertarian Paternalism, together with Thomas Nys. Second Annual Dutch Conference on Practical Philosophy, Groningen, The Netherlands (October 2010) and workshop Broodje Ethiek. KU Leuven, Leuven (January 2011).

  • A Mild Defense of Compulsory Attendance. Mardi Intime de Chaire Hoover. Louvain-La-Neuve (May 2010).

  • The Deliberative Case Against the Secret Ballot (and Why It Fails). Global Conference on Problems of Democracy, Prague, Czech Republic (May 2010).

  • Referenda: een versterking voor de democratie?, workshop Jong NVA, Brussels, Belgium (December 2009).

  • My Way or the Highway: Why Economists Should Stop Isolating Themselves From Other Behavioral Scientists, European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy Annual Conference, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (November 2009) en Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics Seminar, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (December 2009).

  • Is vrijheid een illusie?, Filosofienacht, Horn, The Netherlands (November 2009).

  • Why Economists Can and Should Build Realistic Models of People, Ethics for Lunch seminar at the Faculty of Business and Ethics, KU Leuven, Leuven (November 2009).

  • The Deliberative Case Against the Secret Ballot (and Why It Fails), international conference ‘Brave New World 2009’, School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom (June 2009).

  • When Economic Models Fail, international conference on ‘Modeling the World: Perspectives from Biology and Economics’, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland (May 2009).

  • When Isolation Goes Too Far, Monday Seminar TINT, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland (May 2009).

  • Open Voting: Why the Secret Ballot Should Not Be a Sacred Cow, Ethics and Public Policy Seminar at the Faculty of Philosophy, KU Leuven, Leuven (March 2009).

  • Waarheid en relativisme, Stuk, Leuven (December 2008).

  • De waardevolle maar beperkte rol van verbeelding in de politieke filosofie, De Nederlands-Vlaamse filosofiedag at the Faculty of Philosophy, Leuven (November 2008).

  • Aggregative and Deliberative Democracy, Ethics and Public Policy Seminar at the Faculty of Philosophy, KU Leuven, Leuven (October 2008).

  • Rationality and Prosociality: Why Social Norms Against Self-Interested Behavior Make Sense, seminar at the Centre for Economics and Ethics, Faculty of Business and Economics, KU Leuven, Leuven (January 2008) and European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy Annual Conference, University of Roma Tre, Rome, Italy (November 2008).

  • Compulsory Voting and its Effects on Political Participation, Interest and Efficacy, Joint Sessions of workshops of the European Consortium for Political Research, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland (May 2007).

  • De economische conceptie van rationaliteit en haar problemen, doctoral seminar at the Faculty of Philosophy, KU Leuven, Leuven (February 2007).

  • Complementing Markets and States: The Importance of Communities, Fourth Pavia Graduate Conference, University of Pavia, Pavia, Italy (September 2006).

  • Bowles and Gintis on Cooperation, Egoism, Altruism and Reciprocity, seminar at the Centre for Economics and Ethics, Faculty of Business and Economics, KU Leuven, Leuven (March 2006).

  • The Expressive Rationality of Voting: Criticizing and Complementing Public Choice, Fifth European Congress for Analytic Philosophy, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal (August 2005).

  • The Assumptions of James Buchanan’s Theory of Constitutional Choice, seminar at the Faculty of Philosophy, KU Leuven, Leuven (May 2005).

  • De waarde en beperkingen van een economische benadering van het publieke domein, doctoral seminar at the Faculty of Philosophy, KU Leuven, Leuven (November 2004).

  • The Politics-Economics-Ethics Continuum Revisited. Why Not Define Politics, Economics and Ethics only by Ends and Means?, Ninth International Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas, Pamplona, Spain (August 2004).

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Last update: 15-12-2019

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