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Project overview

“The community we envision has genuine two way-exchanges: down from the North and up from the South."

This project consists in a series of seminars and research activities focused on free will, agency, and responsibility. We believe there is untapped potential for high-level philosophical work on these topics within Latin America, and many avenues for creating sustainable dialogues on these issues across the Americas. Our aim is to cultivate that potential, forging a community of philosophers positioned to pursue original, creative, and collaborative work on these topics.

During the next 3 years, we seek to provide early career researchers with opportunities to produce and sustain high-level research on free will, agency, and responsibility. Our goal is to build an Americas-wide dialogue among philosophers pushing discussions on these topics in new directions, including collaborations across the Americas.

This project is funded by a generous, US$1.2 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation, with support from Universidad de los Andes and University of California in San Diego.

Universidad de los Andes
Department of Philosophy
Edificio Franco, Piso 5 | +57(1)339 4949 ext. 2530