Kristján Kristjánsson – Ten Problems Surrounding an Understanding of Intellectual Humility as a Moral Virtue

Thursday 2nd May 2024, 2.30pm – 4.00pm (London BST) Professor Kristján Kristjánsson (University of Birmingham; University of Iceland; Boston College) Title: Ten Problems Surrounding an Understanding of Intellectual Humility as a Moral Virtue Abstract: In this paper I discuss what is gained and what is lost by understanding intellectual humility…

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Materials from ‘Arrogance and Polarisation in Debate’ Conference

On 6-7 November 2017, a group of leading academics met at Cardiff University to explore the manifestations and causes of arrogance, polarisation, and closed-mindedness in public debate. You can find a Storify of the event here, which covers the conference highlights. Our speakers have also kindly consented to provide slides…

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Materials from Workshop 2

On Friday 20 October 2017, a group of leading academics met at the University of Bath to explore how we might identify arrogant behaviour in public debate. Our speakers have kindly consented to make slides from and/or a podcast of their presentation available online.

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CUROP Research

We are delighted to present Tom Martin’s research for the Changing Attitudes in Public Discourse team, as part of the Cardiff Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (CUROP). Tom’s self-contained project was to carry out a literature review of transcription and coding methods in multimodal discourse analysis, with a view to identifying those…

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Materials from Workshop 1

On Monday 22 May 2017, a group of leading academics met at Cardiff University to explore how we might develop categories to code arrogant behaviour. Our speakers have kindly consented to make slides from and/or a podcast of their presentation available online.

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