Rutgers Epistemology Conference

2017

 

Program

Friday, May 5, 2017


1:30 - 3:15

    Juan Comesaña (University of Arizona)


Coffee Break


3:45 - 5:30

    Roger White (MIT)


Dinner


7:30 - 9:15

    Jennifer Lackey (Northwestern University)


Reception 9:30 - 11:00 PM



Saturday, May 6, 2017


10:00 - 11:45

    Robert Audi (University of Notre Dame)


Lunch


1:30 - 3:15 Winners of the Young Epistemologist Prize


Christopher Kelp (KU Leuven): “Inquiry and the Transmission of Knowledge”


Miriam Schoenfield (NYU/MIT): “Permissivism and     the Value of Rationality”

   


Coffee Break


3:45 - 5:30

    Gillian Russell (UNC)

Discussants

Alex Byrne (MIT)

Jane Friedman (NYU)

Kathrin Glüer-Pagin (Stockholms Universitet)

Peter Graham (University of California, Riverside)


Participants

Fred Adams, Robert Almeder, Laura Callahan, Sam Carter, David Christensen, Stewart Cohen, Earl Conee, Andy Egan, Adam Elga, Megan Feeney, Will Fleisher, Carolina Flores, Elizabeth Fricker, Thony Gillies, Alvin Goldman, Ram Neta, Kate Nolfi, Jim Pryor, Blake Roeber, Kelley Ross, Jonathan Schaffer, Susanna Schellenberg, Eli Shupe, Ernest Sosa, Kurt Sylvan, John Troyer, Jonathan Vogel





The REC is a pre-read conference, so papers are to be read in advance. All sessions will be held in the Hyatt in New Brunswick, NJ. There is no registration fee for the conference, but please notify Megan Feeney, the conference manager, if you plan to attend by sending an email to rutgersepistemologyconference@gmail.com. If you wish to participate in the meals, please send a check of $70 made out to "Rutgers University" to Megan Feeney by May 1st (Megan Feeney; Rutgers Epistemology Conference; 106 Somerset St, 5th Floor; New Brunswick, NJ 08901).