What May We Believe? What Ought We To Do?
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We are convinced that philosophy best acts from its center and most intensely radiates from there to its multifarious philosophical, scientific and social challenges. And its center consists in its central, in its so-called eternal questions. This is reflected in the theme of the congress, which poses two of those central questions, perhaps the two most important: What may we believe? What ought we to do?
Three main lectures and eleven colloquia will pursue those questions in varying contexts. The main speakers are: Peter M.S. Hacker, Ulrich Blau (Erkenntnis Lecture) und Roy Sorensen.
Speakers of the so-called Author's-Colloquium will be: Rüdiger Bittner (Frege-PrIze-Winner), Sarah Buss und Thomas E. Hill. Invited speakers of the 10 further colloquia will be: Jc Beall, Ken Binmore, Emma Borg, James Conant, Gerhard Ernst, Zoltán Gendler Szabó, Ronald Giere, Gerd Gigerenzer, Alison Hills, Iwao Hirose, Dominic Hyde, Pierre Jacob, E. Jonathan Lowe, Weyma Lübbe, Josef Perner, Graham Priest, Jim Pryor, Wlodek Rabinowicz, François Récanati, Geoffrey Sayre-McCord, Peter Schroeder-Heister, Peter Simons, Alison Simmons, Brian Skyrms, Gianfranco Soldati, Kim Sterelny, Barry Stroud, Paul Teller, Chris Tucker, and Roger White.
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