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PERITIA [email protected]: Discussing “Why Is Climate Action So Hard?” by Philip Kitcher

October 27 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm +04

PERITIA Discussions@AUA

About the Event:

The American University of Armenia (AUA) and the University College Dublin (UCD) Center for Ethics in Public Life are jointly hosting the PERITIA Public Lectures [Un]Truths: Trust in an Age of Disinformation. These lectures will feature prominent philosophers and academics from Europe and the United States and will address issues such as trust in science, conspiracy theories, trustworthy science, truth and democracy, and trust and cognitive science.

To further raise interest and increase the impact of these lectures on the Armenian audience, AUA is organizing a related series called PERITIA [email protected] The discussions are organized a week ahead of the PERITIA Public Lectures. Academics, as well as students in Armenia, will be invited to participate in these discussions. The discussions will also be streamlined via Zoom.

Each discussion will have an invited discussion leader who will analyze the reading. The PERITIA [email protected] will be hosted by Arshak Balayan, AUA lecturer in philosophy.

Registration for the PERITIA [email protected] can be made here.

About the Speaker:

Steve Donatelle, AUA

Language: English and Armenian simultaneous translation available

Venue: Akian Gallery at AUA and online via Zoom


October 27
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm +04
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AUA Acopian Center for the Environment
+37460 61 25 20