Miranda Fricker

Miranda FrickerProf. Miranda Fricker (University of Sheffield)





1. Publications

  • ‘What’s the Point of Blame? A Paradigm Based Explanation’, Noûs (early view 2014)
  • ‘The Power of Negative Thinking: Remorse and Blame’, in A Sense for Humanity: The Ethical Thought of Raimond Gaita Craig Taylor (Monash University Press, 2014)
  • 4000-word written interview, forthcoming in Social Epistemology: 5 Questions Vincent F. Hendricks & Duncan Pritchard (Automatic Press/VIP); re-printed in the Journal of the British Undergraduate Philosophy Society (2014)
  • ‘Styles of Moral Relativism – A Critical Family Tree’, Oxford Handbook of the History of Ethics, ed. Roger Crisp (OUP, 2013
  • ‘Epistemic Justice as a Condition of Political Freedom’ Synthese 190, Issue 7 (2013) pp. 1317-332

*Note: this paper is what came from my talk in Rijeka, and we have copyright permission to reprint in the University of Rijeka’s annual report.

2. Broadcasting (BBC Radio 4 and podcast)

  • ‘State of Grace’ Radio 4 documentary, principally featuring journalist Grace Dent, with a contribution from me on forgiveness; broadcast 9th June 2014. Documentary of the Week (from Pick of the Week).
  • The Philosopher’s Arms, for Radio 4, broadcast 27th August 2013 and repeated as part of a series
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b038c7bq/The_Philosophers_Arms_Series_3_Moral_Blame/

3. Invited Conference Presentations and Colloquia


Dec                        University of Tilburg, Colloquium and workshop on Epistemic Injustice

Nov                        University College Dublin, Workshop on forgiveness

Oct                         Abö Akademi, Turku, Finland, Colloquium

Aug                        University of Cape Town, Conference on Social Equality

July                        University of Cambridge, British Society for Ethical Theory, Annual Conference

June                      University of Bristol, Conference on Understanding Epistemic Injustice

June                      University College Dublin, Royal Institute of Philosophy Annual Conference

May                       University of Birmingham, Workshop on Epistemic Innocence

April                       University of Boston, Centre for History and Philosophy of Science, Annual Colloquium 2013, on Epistemic Injustice in Science

April                       Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, Sapientia Colloquium

April                       University of Oxford, Conference on The Philosophical Legacy of Bernard Williams

Mar                        University of Oxford, Philosophy of Education Annual Conference

Jan                         University of Cambridge, Trust Seminar


Dec                        University of Bristol, Colloquium

Nov                        University of Rijeka, Croatia, Workshop on Epistemic Injustice

Aug                        Carlsberg Institute, University of Copenhagen, Conference on Applied Philosophy

Jun                         University of Madrid, Workshop on Jose Medina’s Epistemologies of Resistance

May                       University of Manchester, Colloquium

Apr                         University of Edinburgh, Colloquium

Apr                         University of Stirling, Colloquium

Apr                         St Andrew’s, Colloquium

Mar                        APA San Francisco, Invited Symposium, with commentators Paul Russell & Rahul Kumar

Mar                        Copenhagen, Workshop on Epistemic Deference and Epistemic Injustice

Feb                        University of Hertfordshire, Colloquium and Public Lecture

Jan                         University of York, Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture

Jan                         UCL Social and Legal Philosophy Seminar

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