Dijana Magđinski, M.A.

Dijana

Doctoral Candidate

Abteilung Philosophie
Universität Bielefeld
Postfach 100131
33501 Bielefeld
Germany

Building X, Room A4-103

Phone: +49 (0) 521 / 106 – 4602
Email: dijana.magdinski@uni-bielefeld.de

Website: Personal Website


Research project

Philosophy of Science at the Intersection of the Priority Rule, Replicability and Scientific Novelty


Research Areas

Philosophy of Science
Philosophy of Biology
Philosophy of Mind and Action
Applied Ethics


CV

since 2017
Doctoral candidate at the DFG Research Training Group 2073 Integrating Ethics and Epistemology of Scientific Research at Bielefeld University

2015-2016
Junior researcher, ESF project Building a support system for young researchers, Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Rijeka, Croatia

2009-2013
M.A. in Philosophy (research-based program), Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia

2005-2009
B.A. in Philosophy (research-based program), Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia


Additional Training

03/2017
Spring School Social Cognition, Emotion and Joint Action, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

08/2016
Summer Institute Reconceiving and Explaining the Success of Science, Basel, Switzerland

07/2016
Summer School on Mathematical Philosophy for Female Students, MCMP, LMU Munich

07/2015
Summer School on Individuality in the Life Sciences Superorganisms, Organisms and Suborganisms as Biological Individuals, Seminarzentrum Gut Siggen

06/2015
Summer School Origins of Human Cooperation with Michael Tomasello, Forum Scientiarum, University of Tübingen


Recent Presentations

06/2017
“The Who Question of Autonomous Cars”, ZAEC 2017: The Ethics of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, Zagreb, Croatia (with Nino Tolić)

07/2016
“Climate change as a game with 7.4 billion players”, Summer School on Mathematical Philosophy for Female Students, MCMP, LMU Munich

05/2016
“Cooperation, communication and groups”, Contemporary Philosophical Issues: Society, Agency and Knowledge, University of Rijeka, Croatia

11/2015
“Who’s afraid of uncertainty? Climate change as a collective-risk social dilemma”, Climate justice: perspectives from natural and social sciences, IPE Zagreb, Croatia