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Academic Curriculum Vitae of Dunja Šešelja

Contact

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E-mail: Dunja.Seselja@lrz.uni-muenchen.de

  • Work
    Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy
    LMU Munich
    Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
    Office: Ludwigstr. 31, Room 129
    80539 München, Germany

Profile

Post-doctoral Researcher in the field of philosophy of science at MCMP, LMU Munich
Associate Editor for the European Journal for Philosophy of Science
Areas of specialization: Scientific interaction, Methodology of science, Social epistemology, Formal modeling of scientific inquiry, Integrated history and philosophy of science, Philosophy of models and simulations
Areas of competence (highly diverse): Argumentation theory, Epistemology, General philosophy of science, Logic, Philosophy of social sciences, Science policy.

Personal Data

Date of birth: 1st August 1979
Place of birth:    Novi Sad, Serbia

Work History

Oct 2018 – Jun 2021 Post-doctoral fellow at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP), Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU Munich)
Nov 2017 – Jan 2018 Guest Professor at the University of Vienna, Department of Philosophy
Aug 2014 – Oct 2018 Post-doctoral researcher at Ruhr-University Bochum (RUB), Institute for Philosophy II (contract valid untill August 2019; terminated early due to the position at LMU Munich)
Feb 2015 – Sep 2017 Guest Professor at Ghent University (UGent) at the Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science, Faculty of Arts and Philosophy
Oct 2012 – Aug 2014 Post-doctoral researcher of BOF (Bijzonder Onderzoeksfonds) of UGent at the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, Ghent University
Oct 2011 – Oct 2012 Post-doctoral researcher at the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, UGent; employed at the project Development of adaptive logics for the study of central topics in contemporary philosophy of science. Towards a new formal philosophy of science at the Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science
Oct 2007 – Oct 2011 PhD researcher at the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, UGent
Oct 2004 – Sep 2007 Teaching Assistant at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad (UNS) (during the academic year 2006/07 - on leave due to the attending of the Postgraduate studies in Belgium)
                                                                                 

Other academic duties

Jul 2017– present Associate Editor for the European Journal for Philosophy of Science
Jan 2016 – present Member of the steering committee of the Scientific Research Network ``Logical and Methodological Analysis of Scientific Reasoning Processes"
WS 2017-18 Supervision of the BA thesis by Julian Seidl "The role of values in scientific inquiry: A study of accounts proposed by Hugh Lacey, Phyllis Rooney and Larry Laudan", University of Vienna
2012 member of the doctoral guidance committee of Laszlo Kosolosky, Ghent University

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Courses taught

\noindent LMU = LMU Munich;

\noindent UV = University of Vienna;

\noindent RUB = Ruhr-University Bochum;

\noindent UGent = Ghent University;

\noindent UNS = University of Novi Sad.

\noindent WS = winter semester; SS = summer semester.

Bachelor courses

  • Introduction to Scientific Rationality (UV: WS-2017/18)
  • Argumentation in Context (RUB: each WS-2016-2018)
  • Conflicting ideas, conflicting interests: science and society (RUB: WS-2015/16)
  • Debating (RUB: each WS-2015-2018)

Master courses

  • Contemporary Discussions in Epistemology (LMU: forthcoming in SS-2019)
  • Models and Simulations of Scientific Inquiry (RUB: SS-2018)
  • Integrated History and Philosophy of Science (RUB: SS-2018)
  • Contemporary Discussions on Scientific Pluralism (UV: WS-2017/18)
  • Scientific Pluralism (RUB: SS-2015)
  • The Problem of Theory Choice (RUB: WS-2014/15)
  • Thorough Survey of Philosophy of Science (UGent, each WS-2012-2014; course shared with Prof. Erik Weber)

Postgraduate courses

  • Computer simulations in social epistemology of science (expert tutorial) at the Intensive Course for Philosophy Graduate Students: Computer Simulations and Numerical Experiments in Philosophy of Science, University of Belgrade, Serbia. (May 7-12, 2018)
  • Discovery and Creativity (UGent: each SS-2011-2017)
  • The Nature of Scientific Concepts (UGent: each SS-2012-2014)

Interdisciplinary modules

(within the Optionalbereich of RUB)

  • Conflicting Ideas, Conflicting Interests: Science and Society (WS 2015/16)
  • Arguments in action! (each WS-2016-2018)

Exercises

  • Logic (UNS: each SS/WS-2004-2006)
  • Philosophy of Nature (UNS: each SS/WS-2004-2006)

Third-party funding

submitted application DFG Research Network "Simulations of Scientific Inquiry"
2012-2015 BOF postdoctoral grant: 250.000 EUR
2007-2011 BOF doctoral grant: 140.000 EUR
2006-2007 Scholarship for students from developing countries: 10.000 EUR
July 2017 Funding for the workshop "Negotiations at work" targeted for women in academia, by the Faculty of Philosophy and Educational Sciences and the Equal Opportunity Office: 1.500 EUR

Education

Oct 2007 – Oct 2011 PhD in Philosophy of Science at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, Ghent University
  PhD thesis: Epistemic Evaluation in the Context of Pursuit and in the Argumentative Approach to Methodology under the supervision of Prof. Erik Weber and Prof. Joke Meheus (note: there are no grades for PhD theses in Belgium)
Oct 2006 – Oct 2007 Postgraduate Studies in Logic, History and Philosophy of Science at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, Ghent University
  Graduated with the thesis: Scientific Realist Presuppositions of Kitcher's Unification
Oct 2004 – Oct 2007 Postgraduate studies in Philosophy (not completed due to changing the university) at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad
Sep 1998 – May 2004 Graduate studies in Philosophy (which include a teaching certificate) at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
  Graduated with the GPA: 10,00 (in rank from 5 to 10, with 10 as the highest grade); the only student with this GPA in the year.
  Graduated with the thesis (in Serbian language): Theory of Truth and Scientific Realism in Popper's Philosophy of Science. Received grade: 10 (in rank from 5 to 10, with 10 as the highest grade)
Sep 1994 – Jun 1998 Secondary School “Svetozar Marković”, Novi Sad, Serbia
  GPA: 5,00 (in rank from 1 to 5, with 5 as the highest grade)

Received Awards, Grants And Scholarships

2012 - 2015 Postdoctoral grant awarded by BOF (Bijzonder Onderzoeksfonds), Ghent University
2007 - 2011 PhD grant awarded by BOF, Ghent University
2006 – 2007 Postgraduate grant for students from developing countries awarded by BOF, Ghent University for attending the Postgraduate studies in Logic, History and Philosophy of Science
2002 Scholarship of The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Serbia
1999 Special Award of the University of Novi Sad for the success achieved in studies
1997 – 2003 Scholarship of The Humanitarian Fund Privrednik, Serbia
1998                 Certificate Vuk Karadžić for the success achieved in Secondary School

Talks

Invited Talks

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  • Forthcoming in August 2019
    Invited congress talk at the 16th International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science and Technology (CLMPST 2019), for the section Empirical and Experimental Philosophy of Science, Prague.

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  • Forthcoming in July 2019
    Invited conference talk at the conference Learning From Empirical Approaches to HPS 2019 (LEAHPS 2019), Leibniz University Hannover.

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  • November 2018
    What Should Disagreeing Scientists Do? at the MCMP Minorities and Philosophy (MCMP MAP) meeting at LMU Munich.

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  • November 2018
    Using Agent-Based Models to Explain Scientific Inquiry: current limitations and future prospects, Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Wissenschafts- und Technikforschung (IZWT), University of Wuppertal.

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  • Jun 2018
    Mechanisms of Transient Diversity in Agent-Based Models of Scientific Inquiry, MCMP Colloquium, LMU Munich

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  • May 2018
    Computer simulations in social epistemology of science (expert tutorial) at the Intensive Course for Philosophy Graduate Students: Computer Simulations and Numerical Experiments in Philosophy of Science, University of Belgrade.

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  • May 2018
    Keynote talk: Why Did It Happen the Way It Did? Using Agent-Based Models to Explain Past Scientific Episodes at the Third Belgrade Graduate Conference in Philosophy, University of Belgrade.

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  • January 2018
    How can Agent-Based Models be Useful to Integrated History and Philosophy of Science? at the Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna.

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  • June 2017
    Argumentative-agent based model of scientific inquiry at the workshop on the Prospects of Including Argumentation in Agent-Based Models of Opinion Dynamics at KIT, Karlsruhe.

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  • April 2017
    Using Abstract Argumentation for Agent-Based Modeling of Scientific Inquiry at MCMP Colloquium, LMU Munich.

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  • November 2016
    Using Abstract Argumentation for a More Adequate Agent-Based Modeling of Scientific Inquiry at the Department of Philosophy, Leibniz University Hannover.

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  • September 2016
    How much should scientific pluralists care about (in)consistency?, Workshop "The place of inconsistent science in scientific pluralism", National Autonomous University of Mexico.

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  • September 2016
    Keynote talk: Agent-Based Models of Scientific Inquiry: some problems and some solutions at the Second London Philosophy of Science Graduate Conference, UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies, London.

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  • March 2016
    Scientific Controversies and Interaction Among Scientists, Workshop "Modeling Controversies in Science", National University of Singapore.

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  • January 2016
    Consistency as a Methodological Standard, A weekend school on "The consistency of Science" at the Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford.

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  • December 2015
    A Critical Look at Assumptions and Idealizations in Agent-Based Models of the Division of Cognitive Labor, Research forum of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Bayreuth.

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  • December 2015
    Some philosophically relevant considerations in the history of peptic ulcer disease (with Christian Straßer), Kolloquium für Wissenschaftstheorie und Geschichte, Ruhr-University Bochum.

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  • March 2015
    Scientific Disagreements: Epistemological and Methodological Considerations at the Philosophisches Seminar, University of Zurich.

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  • September 2014
    The Normative Role of Evaluative Stances in Scientific Disagreements (with Christian Straßer) at the Workshop "Norms of Reasoning", Ruhr-University Bochum.

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  • June 2013
    Rational Disagreement and Epistemic Tolerance (with Christian Straßer and Jan Willem Wieland) at the Workshop "Heuristic Reasoning", University Rome.

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  • October 2012
    Kuhn and the Question of Pursuit Worthiness (with Christian Straßer), Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, Rotterdam.

Other Talks at Conferences, Symposia, and Seminars

Talks based on peer-reviewed abstracts are marked with †.

Accepted for 2019

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  • April 2019: Modeling Bias and Deception in Scientific Inquiry (with A. Borg, D. Frey and C. Straßer) at the conference Biases in Science, Munich.

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  • March 2019: † Using Agent-Based Models to Examine Past Scientific Episodes: towards robust findings (with A. Borg, D. Frey and C. Straßer) at the conference Agent-Based Models in Philosophy: Prospects and Limitations, Bochum.

In 2018

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  • October 2018: † Using Agent-Based Models to Explain Past Scientific Episodes: towards robust findings (with A. Borg, D. Frey and C. Straßer) at the workshop Multiple Models, Helsinki.

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  • June 2018: † Why Did It Happen the Way It Did? Using Agent-Based Models to Explain Past Scientific Episodes (with D. Frey) at the conference Computational Modeling in Philosophy in Munich.

In 2017

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  • September 2017: † Is Increased Scientific Interaction Epistemically Beneficial? (with A. Borg, D. Frey and C. Straßer) at The European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA) Conference in Exeter.

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  • September 2017: † Examining Network Effects in an Argumentative Agent-Based Model of Scientific Inquiry (with A. Borg, D. Frey and C. Straßer) at the 6th International Conference on Logic, Rationality and Interaction in Sapporo.

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  • September 2017: † The Epistemic Function of Agent-Based Models of Science: the case of scientific interaction at the 6th Conference of the European Network for the Philosophy of the Social Sciences (ENPOSS) in Krakow.

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  • July 2017: † Examining Network Effects in the Argumentative Agent-Based Model of Scientific Inquiry (with A. Borg, D. Frey and C. Straßer) at the conference Formal Models of Scientific Inquiry in Bochum.

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  • July 2017: † Robustness and idealizations in agent-based models of scientific interaction (with D. Frey) at the conference Formal Models of Scientific Inquiry in Bochum.

In 2016

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  • October 2016: † An argumentative agent-based model of scientific inquiry at the Workshop "Agent Based Modelling across Social Science, Economics, and Philosophy" in Bamberg, Germany (together with Annemarie Borg and Christian Straßer)

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  • September 2016: † An argumentative agent-based model of scientific inquiry at the conference "Philosophy of Scientific Experimentation 5" (PSX5) in Belgrade, Serbia (together with Annemarie Borg and Christian Straßer)

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  • July 2016: † Can Scientific Rationality be subsumed under Instrumental Rationality at the Cologne Summer School 2016 with Thomas Kelly – Rationality, Objectivity, Disagreement (together with Andrea Kruse)

In 2015

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  • September 2015: † Is interaction conducive of scientific objectivity?, EPSA (European Philosophy of Science Association) conference 2015, Düsseldorf, Germany

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  • August 2015: † Can Scientific Rationality be Subsumed under Instrumental Rationality?, CLMPS (Congress for Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science), Helsinki, Finland

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  • June 2015: † Is interaction conducive of scientific objectivity?, 8th Munich-Sydney-Tilburg (MuST) Conference on Objectivity in Science, Tilburg University, The Netherlands

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  • April 2015: Investigating an argumentative approach to defeasible reasoning at the RUB: the Kovalevskaja-workgroup (together with Christian Straßer, Mathieu Beirlaen, and Jesse Heyninck) pdf-icon20.png

In 2014

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  • June 2014: † Heuristic Reevaluation of the Bacterial Hypothesis of Peptic Ulcer Disease in the 1950s (with Christian Straßer) at Integrated History and Philosophy of Science (&HPS5), Vienna, Austria

In 2013

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  • November 2013: Heuristic Reevaluation of the Bacterial Hypothesis of Peptic Ulcer Disease in the 1950s (with Christian Straßer) at the Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science, Ghent University.

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  • August 2013: † Scientific Disagreement and Epistemic Tolerance (with Christian Straßer and Jan Willem Wieland) at EPSA (European Philosophy of Science Association) 2013, Helsinki.

In 2012

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  • April 2012: † Kuhn and the Context of Pursuit (with Christian Straßer) at the The Progress of Science workshop in Tilburg.

In 2011

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  • October 2011: † Abstract Argumentation and Explanation Applied to Scientific Debates (with Christian Straßer) at the European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA) conference, Athens.

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  • September 2011: Kuhn and the Context of Pursuit (with Christian Straßer) at the Kuhn and Rationality - workshop organized by the Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science at Ghent University.

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  • July 2011: † Disambiguating the Notions of Pursuit and Pursuit Worthiness at the 14th International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science (CLMPS-2011), Nancy.

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  • June 2011: † Rationality and Irrationality in the History of Continental Drift: Was the Hypothesis of Continental Drift Worthy of Pursuit? (with Erik Weber) at the Third Biennial Conference of the Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (SPSP), Exeter.

In 2010

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  • September 2010: Epistemic Justification in the Context of Pursuit (with Christian Straßer), LRR10 Conference (Logic, Reasoning and Rationality), Ghent.

In 2008

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  • September 2008: An Adaptive Logic Framework for Abstract Argumentation (with Christian Straßer) at the Young Researchers Day, Brussels.

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  • August 2008: † Coherentist Epistemology and Convergence of Scientific Knowledge (with Christian Straßer) at the ECAP 6 (Sixth European Congress of Analytic Philosophy), Krakow.

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  • July 2008: † Strengthened Rescher-Manor Consequence Relations as CluN-based Adaptive Logics (with Diderik Batens and Christian Straßer) at the WCP4 (the Fourth World Congress of Paraconsistency), Melbourne.

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  • May 2008: † An Adaptive Logic Framework for Abstract Argumentation (with Christian Straßer) at the CLE 30-XV EBL-XIV SLALM (30th Anniversary of the Centre for Logic, Epistemology and the History of Science, UNICAMP; 15th Brazilian Logic Conference; 14th Latin-American Symposium on Mathematical Logic"), Paraty.

In 2007

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  • January 2007: Leplin's Scientific Realism at the seminar Das Verhältnis von Sprache und Welt(en) at the Department of Philosophy, University of Passau.

In 2005

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  • December 2005: Conception of Classes of Logic at the Studies of Philosophy Symposium Days of Logic Novi Sad, Serbia, (Working language of the Symposium: Serbian)

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  • July 2005: Growth of Scientific Knowledge and Incommensurability: Kuhn vs. Popper at the Seminar Objektive Erkenntnis – Einführung in die Erkenntnis- und Wissenschaftstheorie Karl R. Poppers, Department of Philosophy, University of Passau.

In 2004

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  • June 2004: The Lack of Scepticism in Popper's Philosophy of Science at the Seminar Gewiss ist nur, dass nichts gewiss ist – Spielarten philosophischer Skepsis, Department of Philosophy, University of Passau.

In 2002

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  • October 2002: Limits of Understanding Infinity: Hegel’s and Cantor’s Foundations of Infinity at the Symposium Word, Number and Thought in Zagreb (Working language of the Symposium: Croatian).

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  • June 2002: † A Sketch of methodology for critical analysis of socio-political discourses at the Karl Popper Centenary Congress, Vienna.

Participation In Summer Schools, Workshops And Seminars

Apr 2018 Course Bibliometric Network Analysis and Science Mapping Using VOSviewer, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands
Mar 2018 Workshop on network analysis - Nodegoat, University of Duisburg-Essen, Essen, Germany
Jul 2013 Advanced Course on Artificial Intelligence Summer School 2013 (ACAI 2013), King's College, London, UK
Jul 2012 VISU (Vienna International Summer University): Applied Science: Historical, Epistemological, and Institutional Characteristics, Vienna, Austria
Jul 2011 VISU (Vienna International Summer University): The Nature of Scientific Evidence, Vienna, Austria
Oct 2008 NFWT (Dutch-Flemish Network for Philosophy of Science and Technology) workshop: Evidence in Science and Philosophy of Science, Ravenstein, Netherlands
Apr 2008 NFWT workshop: History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, Ravenstein, Netherlands
Nov 2007 NFWT workshop: Causation in Science and Technology, Ravenstein, Netherlands
Jul 2006                 Descrying the World in Physics – 2 weeks CEU (Central European University) Summer University in Philosophy of Physics, Budapest, Hungary

Participation in Student Debating

2002-2004 Founding member of the Student Debate Club ``Privrednik"
Aug 1999 Seminar in Parliamentary Debate, Jošanica, Serbia and Montenegro, (Organizer: Debate Club Privrednik)
Aug 1998 International Debate Seminar, University of Vermont, USA, (Organizer: World Debate Institute)
Oct 1997                 Seminar in Parliamentary Debate, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, (Organizer: Open Society Foundations)

Participation in Youth Advocacy

Feb 2002 World Social Forum, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Jul 2001 Conference Education for the New Global Culture of Human Rights, Prague, Czech Republic
Mar 2001 ISFiT-01: Global Responsibility, Trondheim, Norway
Mar 2000 ISFiT-Follow up, Trondheim, Norway
Mar 2000 Seminar: Youth for Democracy, Italy (Organizer: AEGEE)
Oct 1999 Seminar: Nationalism and Peace in Balkans, Bulgaria (Organizer: AEGEE)
May 1999 Conference of UNOY (United Nations of Youth) iHAP-99 (Hague Appeal for Peace-99)
Mar 1999 ISFiT-99 (International Student Festival in Trondheim – 99): Solving Conflicts), Trondheim, Norway
Sep 1995                 International Youth Forum, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Organizational Skills

Organization of conferences, workshops, etc.:

Apr 2019 Conference ``Biases in Science", MCMP, LMU Munich (conference chair)
Mar 2019 Conference ``Agent-Based Models in Philosophy: Prospects and Limitations", RUB, Bochum (conference chair)
Jul 2017 Workshop ``Negotiations at work" targeted for women in academia, Bochum (workshop chair)
Jul 2017 Conference ``Formal Models of Scientific Inquiry", Bochum (conference chair)
May 2017 Workshop ``Ampliative Reasoning in the Sciences", co-organized with Ghent University, Ghent (workshop chair)
Dec 2016 Workshop ``Argument Strength" Bochum (organizing committee)
Jun 2016 Event ``Gender Bias in Academia", Bochum (organizing committee)
Oct 2014 Workshop ``Inconsistencies in Scientific Reasoning", Ghent (workshop chair)
Jul 2014 HOPOS 2014 (Congress of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science), Ghent (local organizing committee)
Sep 2013 Symposium ``Rational Disagreement in Science" within CLPS 2013 – Congress of Logic and Philosophy of Science, Ghent (program committee of the Congress and Symposium chair)
Sep 2011 Workshop ``Kuhn and Rationality", Ghent (workshop chair)
Mar 2006 – Jun 2006 Lecture series within the Club of Students of Philosophy ``Gerusija", Novi Sad (organizing committee)
Apr 2003 Seminar ``Globalization and its Influence on the Experience of an Individual", organized by NGOs Balkan-Idea-Novi Sad, Suncokret (Croatia), BAPOB (Germany), CALA (Spain), Berlin (organizing committee)
Oct 2001 – Feb 2002                                                 Lecture series ``Modern Times", Novi Sad (organizing committee)
Oct 2001 – Nov 2001                 Lecture series ``Challenges of Balkans in the Process of Globalization", Novi Sad (organizing committee)
Nov 2001 Seminar ``Inter-ethnic Tolerance", organized by Debate club “Privrednik” and NGO Balkan-Idea-Novi Sad, Novi Sad (organizing committee)
Feb 2001 Seminar ``Meeting 2001", organized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad, that gathered students of humanities from former republics of Ex-Yugoslavia (organizing committee)
Dec 2000                 Lecture series ``Dialogue and Understanding", Novi Sad (organizing committee)

Knowledge Of Foreign Languages

  • Fluent in English and Serbian
  • Moderate knowledge of German
  • Basic level of Dutch

Publications

Summary: 18 (published or accepted for publication) articles in peer-reviewed journals or peer-reviewed edited volumes, of which 10 are first authorships, six senior authorships and 17 without any of my PhD supervisors. The articles where I am a senior author are marked with † (here the order of authors is alphabetical).

Forthcoming

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  1. Šešelja D.
    Exploring Scientific Inquiry via Agent-Based Modeling,
    currently under review for Perspectives on Science (draft available at http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/15120/1/Exploratory_ABMs.pdf)

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  2. † Edited volume (together with AnneMarie Borg and Christian Straßer):
    "Formal Models of Scientific Inquiry",
    Journal for General Philosophy of Science.

Articles in peer-reviewed journals or peer-reviewed edited volumes

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  1. Šešelja D. (2019)
    Some Lessons from Simulations of Scientific Disagreements,
    Synthese (accepted for publication)

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  2. † Borg A., Frey D., Šešelja D. and Straßer C. (2019)
    Theory-Choice, Transient Diversity and the Efficiency of Scientific Inquiry,
    European Journal of Philosophy of Science, http://doi.org/10.1007/s13194-019-0249-5

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  3. † Frey D. and Šešelja D. (2018)
    Robustness and Idealizations in Agent-Based Models of Scientific Interaction,
    The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, https://doi.org/10.1093/bjps/axy039.

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  4. † Frey D. and Šešelja D. (2018)
    What is the Epistemic Function of Highly Idealized Agent-Based Models of Scientific Inquiry?,
    Philosophy of the Social Sciences, https://doi.org/10.1177/0048393118767085.

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  5. † Borg, A., Frey D., Šešelja D. and Straßer C. (2018)
    Epistemic effects of scientific interaction: approaching the question with an argumentative agent-based model,
    Historical Social Research 43.1, pp. 285–309.

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  6. † Borg A., Frey D., Šešelja D. and Straßer C. (2017)
    Examining Network Effects in an Argumentative Agent-Based Model of Scientific Inquiry
    in Baltag A., Seligman J., Yamada T. (eds) "Logic, Rationality, and Interaction. LORI 2017", Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 10455. Springer, pp. 391-406.

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  7. † Borg A., Frey D., Šešelja D. and Straßer C. (2017)
    An Argumentative Agent-Based Model of Scientific Inquiry,
    in Benferhat S., Tabia K., Ali M. (eds) Advances in Artificial Intelligence: From Theory to Practice. IEA/AIE 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 10350. Springer, pp. 507-510.

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  8. Šešelja D. (2017)
    Scientific Pluralism and Inconsistency Toleration,
    Humana.Mente Journal of Philosophical Studies, 32, pp. 1-29 (invited paper)

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  1. Šešelja D. and Straßer C. (2014)
    Heuristic Reevaluation of the Bacterial Hypothesis of Peptic Ulcer Disease in the 1950s,
    Acta Biotheoretica, 62, pp. 429-454.

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  2. Šešelja D. and Straßer C. (2014)
    Concerning Peter Vickers’ Recent Treatment of ‘Paraconsistencitis’: Review article of Peter Vickers, Understanding Inconsistent Science.
    Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. xii + 273 pp., International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 28(3), pp. 325-340 (invited review article).

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  3. Šešelja D. and Straßer C. (2014)
    Epistemic Justification in the Context of Pursuit: A Coherentist Approach,
    Synthese, 191, pp. 3111-3141.

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  4. Straßer C., Šešelja D. and Wieland J. W. (2014)
    Withstanding Tensions: Scientific Disagreement and Epistemic Tolerance
    in: Ippoliti E. (ed.), Heuristic Reasoning, Springer Series Studies in Applied Philosophy, Epistemology and Rational Ethics, pp. 113-146 (invited paper).

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  5. Šešelja D. and Straßer C. (2013)
    Kuhn and the Question of Pursuit Worthiness,
    Topoi, 32, pp. 9-19.

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  6. Šešelja D. and Straßer C. (2013)
    Abstract Argumentation and Explanation Applied to Scientific Debates,
    Synthese, 190, pp. 2195–2217.

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  7. Šešelja D. and Weber E. (2012)
    Rationality and Irrationality in the History of Continental Drift: Was the Hypothesis of Continental Drift Worthy of Pursuit?,
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science - Part A, 43, pp. 147-159.

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  8. Šešelja D., Kosolosky L. and Straßer C. (2012)
    Rationality of Scientific Reasoning in the Context of Pursuit: Drawing appropriate distinctions,
    Philosophica, 85, pp. 51-82.

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  9. Straßer C. and Šešelja D. (2010)
    Towards the Proof-Theoretic Unification of Dung's Argumentation Framework: An Adaptive Logic Approach,
    Journal of Logic and Computation, 21, pp. 133-156.

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  10. Šešelja D. and Straßer C. (2009)
    Kuhn and Coherentist Epistemology: in reply to J. M. Kuukkanen,
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science – Part A, 40, pp. 322-327.

Other publications

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  • Weber E. and Šešelja D. (2010)
    How to Identify Scientific Revolutions?,
    in: Torres J. M. (ed.), On Kuhn's Philosophy and its Legacy, CFCUL, Lisbon, pp. 251-282.

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  • Šešelja D. (2006)
    Mesto i uloga filozofije u Vitgenštajnovim filozofskim istraživanjima: uvodno razmatranje,
    Godišnjak Filozofskog fakulteta u Novom Sadu, 31, pp. 515-526.

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  • Šešelja D. (2004)
    Prikaz: Propedeutika logike (M. Aćimović, Elementi logike, 2004),
    Arhe, I/2, pp. 251-257.

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  • Šešelja D. (2004)
    Teorija istine i naucni realizam u Poperovoj filozofiji nauke,
    Arhe, II/3, pp. 83-99.

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  • Šešelja D. (2004)
    Poperov falsifikacionizam i kritika indukcije,
    Pedagoška stvarnost: Časopis za školska i kulturno-prosvetna pitanja, L/5-6, pp. 394-408.

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  • Šešelja D. (2003)
    Aktuelnost Popera i metodologija analize društveno-političkih diskursa (Nacrt za metodu kritičke analize društveno-političkih diskursa),
    Revija za sociologiju, 34, pp. 43-53.

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