25 Nov 201312:30pm - 2:00pmCRASSH Meeting Room

Description

Part of the CRASSH Fellows Work in Progress Seminar Series.  Please email Michelle Maciejewska if you wish to attend, and to request readings.  Sandwich lunch and refreshments provided.

 

Alfred Moore

Abstract

Alfred’s work on the ‘Conspiracy and Democracy’ project will focus on the relationship between transparency and suspicion of democracy. This builds on his earlier work, which explored questions of authority and trust in the context of science and expertise in government.

About Alfred Moore

He recently completed a three year Marie Curie Fellowship project titled ‘Epistemology and Democracy in Complex Societies,’ supported by the EU’s FP7 programme. During this time he worked at the University of British Columbia for two years, and spent a semester as a Democracy Fellow at Harvard University’s Kennedy School, at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. He previously worked as a lecturer at University College Cork, in the Department of Philosophy, where he taught a range of courses in political theory. He has a PhD from the University of Bath, and before he joined UCC was a research assistant in the Department of Political Science, University of Hannover. His research interests include democratic theory, democratic institutional innovations, and the politics of science and technology.

Recent publications include:

Moore, Alfred. 2013. “Deference in Numbers: Consensus, Dissent and Judgment in Mill’s Account of Authority.” Political Studies (forthcoming).
Moore, Alfred. 2012. “Following From the Front: Theorizing Deliberative Facilitation.” Critical Policy Studies 6(2): 146-162.
Beatty, John, and Alfred Moore. 2010. “Should we Aim for Consensus?” Episteme 7(3): 198-214.
Moore, Alfred. 2010. “Public Bioethics and Deliberative Democracy.” Political Studies 58(4): 715-730.

For administrative enquiries please contact Michelle Maciejewska.

 

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