Evidentiary Standards, Human Fallibility, and Conviction Beyond Reasonable Doubt
Freiburg Lectures on Staatswissenschaft and Philosophy of Law
- Date: Sep 29, 2021
- Time: 06:00 PM c.t. (Local Time Germany)
- Speaker: Prof. Dr. Geert Keil (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
- Geert Keil is a professor of philosophy at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and acting president of the German Society for Analytical Philosophy (Gesellschaft für analytische Philosophie e.V., GAP). His most recent book on epistemology, Wenn ich mich nicht irre. Ein Versuch über die menschliche Fehlbarkeit [If I am not mistaken. On Human Fallibility], was published by Reclam Verlag (Stuttgart) in 2019. Together with Ralf Poscher, he has edited the volumes Vagueness and Law. Philosophical and Legal Perspectives (Oxford University Press 2016) and Unscharfe Grenzen im Technik- und Umweltrecht [Blurred Boundaries in Technology Law and Environmental Law] (Nomos 2012).
- Location: University of Freiburg
- Room: Lecture room 1010, University building I | Guests are welcome!
- Host: MPI-CSL in cooperation with the Department of Political Science and Philosophy of Law at the University of Freiburg
- Contact: email@example.com
The lecture will be in German and features a detailed PowerPoint presentation in English.
Please note that you will probably be asked to follow the 2G rule [to show proof of vaccination or recovery]. General distancing and hygiene rules also apply.