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Video Documentation of the VRC 2020

The lectures of the "Virtual Rationality Congress" are now available on YouTube

How do we, as individuals and as a society, make rational decisions and act accordingly? What is rationality anyway? And what are the criteria with which we can distinguish rational from irrational arguments? The "Virtual Rationality Congress 2020" of the Hans Albert Institute and the Giordano Bruno Foundation addressed these and other questions. Anyone who is interested can now view the lectures of the congress on the HAI YouTube channel.

More than 200 people had registered for the "Virtual Rationality Congress 2020" to follow the online lectures of Michael Schmidt-Salomon, Lutz Jäncke, Katharina Nocun, Nikil Mukeri, Adriano Mannino and Natalie Grams live. Those who missed the fascinating lectures can now catch up via YouTube. The playlist of the Hans Albert Institute documents the entire congress in the original order of the presentations.

Der gesamte Kongress in einer Playlist

Of course, the lectures can also be accessed individually:

Sophie Strobl
Begrüßung und Einleitung
Link to the video

Michael Schmidt-Salomon
Fakten, Fakes & gefühlte Wahrheiten
Link to the video
Lutz Jäncke
Wie vernünftig ist unser Gehirn?
Link to the video
Katharina Nocun
Fake Facts
Link to the video
Nikil Mukerji
Die 10 Gebote des gesunden Menschenverstands
Link to the video
Adriano Mannino
Was tun, wenn die Fakten strittig sind?
Link to the video
Natalie Grams
Wie trifft man rationale Gesundheitsentscheidungen?
Link to the vdeo
Florian Chefai
Abschluss und Ausblick
Link to the video