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Organised academic events

  • Co–Organisation of the workshop ‘Meet the author: Lippert-Rasmussen on Discrimination’ (Universities of Lausanne, Geneva & Fribourg, June 2019)
  • Co–Organisation of the ISSP 2019 conference ‘Tolerance, Sociability and Solidarity in Scottish Philosophy’ (University of Lausanne & Institute for the Study of Scottish Philosophy ISSP, March 2019)
  • Co–Organisation of the workshop ‘Tolerance in seventeenth- and eighteenth century England and Scotland’ (University of Lausanne, September 2018)
  • Co-organisation with Sarah Stewart-Kroeker, Geneva, of the workshop ‘Meet the author: John Bowlin – Tolerance Among the Virtues (Princeton: 2017)‘ (Universities of Geneva and Lausanne, March 2018)
  • Co-organisation with the Universities of Berne & ZHAW, of the workshop ‘Interdisziplinäre Diskriminierungsforschung in der Schweiz: Wozu und wie?‘ (University of Berne, November 2017)
  • Co-Organisation with Béla Kapossy and Simone Zurbuchen, Lausanne, of the workshop: ‘Studying the Enlightenment – Perspectives from Intellectual History and History of Philosophy’ (University of Lausanne, October 2017)
  • Co–Organisation with Simone Zurbuchen, Lausanne, of the workshop: ‘Tolérance, liberté de conscience, affaires du consensus’ (University of Lausanne, September 2017)
  • Co–Organisation with Lisa Broussois & Simone Zurbuchen, Lausanne, of the workshop: ‘Hutcheson: Philosophy and context’ (University of Lausanne, September 2016)
  • Organisation of several public lecture series ‘Tolérance et discrimination‘ (University of Lausanne, autumn 2016; spring 2017; autumn 2017)
  • Organisation of the workshop ‘Harris’ Hume’ (University of Fribourg, May 2016)
  • Co–Organisation with Elisabeth Dutton, Fribourg, of the workshop: ‘Exploring Pity’ (University of Fribourg, October 23 & 24, 2015)
  • Organisation of the panel Scottish Philosophy before the Enlightenment at the CSSP Spring conference 2015, ‘Common Sense and Enlightenment’ (Princeton Theological Seminary, March 2015)
  • Co–Organisation with Alain Petit, Clermont-Ferrand, of the workshop ‘Facettes de l’amour en philosophie’ (Clermont–Ferrand, February 2015)
  • Organisation of the Workshop: ‘Meet the Author: Mikko Tolonen, Mandeville and Hume: Anatomists of Civil Society (Oxford: 2013)’ (University of Fribourg, November 4, 2014)
  • Organisation of the Workshop ‘Henry More’s Enchridion Ethicum’ (University of Fribourg, September 12 & 13, 2014)
  • Co–Organisation with Simone Zurbuchen, University of Lausanne, of the Workshop ‘Dignity, Respect and Esteem in 17th and 18th–Century Moral Philosophy before Kant’, (University of Lausanne, September 5 & 6, 2014)
  • Co–Organisation of the workshop ‘Le rire dans la philosophie morale aux 17e et 18e siècles’, University of Fribourg (with Julie Giangiobbe, University of Fribourg, October 2013)
  • Co–Organisation of the ‘Meet the Author’–Workshop on Christopher Brooke’s Philosophic Pride: Stoicism and Political Thought from Lipsius to Rousseau, University of Fribourg (with the Universities of Berne and Lausanne, November 2012)
  • Organisation of the workshop ‘Mandeville in Context’ (University of Fribourg, May 2012)
  • Organisation of the workshop ‘Néostoïcisme et philosophie britannique: Autour de la traduction des Meditations de Marcus Aurelius par Hutcheson et Moor’ (University of Fribourg, December 2011)
  • Organisation of the workshop ‘Recent Developments in the Philosophy of Love’ (University of Fribourg, September 2011)
  • Co–organisation of the conference ‘Revolutionary Ethics’ of the Swiss Association of PhD–students in Philosophy sequitur (Universities of Neuchâtel and Berne, January 2008)
  • Co–organisation of the symposium ‘Qu’est–ce que la philosophie?’ of the Swiss Association of Philosophy (Université de Neuchâtel, May 2006)
  • Co–organisation of the conference ‘Emotions and Rationality in Moral Philosophy’ (Universities of Neuchâtel and Berne, October 2005)