INVITED SPEAKERS:

THONY GILLIES
Rutgers University

JOHN HORTY
University of Maryland

MOHAN MATTHEN
University of Toronto

JIM PRYOR
New York University

SUSANNA SIEGEL
Harvard University

SCOTT STURGEON
Oxford University


 
 

Program

All talks will be held in room 418 of The Jackman Humanities Building, at the corner of Bloor & St. George streets, next door to the Holiday Inn.

 
Tuesday, May 11
Wednesday, May 12
Thursday, May 13
10:00
Breakfast and Introductions

Breakfast

Breakfast
10:30
Scott Sturgeon
(Oxford)
"Pollock & Defeasible Reasons"
Susanna Siegel
(Harvard)
"The Significance of Cognitive Penetration”
Chris Hitchcock
(CalTech)
"Causation & Defaults"
12:00

Paul Thorn
(Düsseldorf)
"Two Problems of Direct Inference"

Jonathan Vogel
(UMass Amherst)
"Skepticism, Explanation, & Truth"

Jim Pryor
(NYU)
Title TBA
1:30
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
3:00

Maria Lasonen-Aarnio
(Oxford)
"Is There a Viable Account of Well-founded Belief"

John Horty
(Maryland)
Title TBA

 

4:30

Thony Gillies
(Rutgers)
Title TBA

Mohan Matthen
(Toronto)
"Sensory Exploration & Empirical Certainty"