Collective and Individual Epistemology

Tomorrow - December 6, 2022
University of Leeds

Leeds
United Kingdom

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University of St. Andrews
University of Leeds
University of Aberdeen
Northwestern University
Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München

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University of Leeds
University of Leeds
University of Leeds

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This workshop is organised by the ERC-funded research project Group Thinking: New Foundations (natureofrepresentation.wordpress.com) at the University of Leeds. This workshop will be hybrid with both in-person and online participation.

We have invited epistemologists who have worked in individual epistemology as well as collective epistemology to explore meta-epistemological questions such as:

  • Should we use the same concepts in individual and collective epistemology?

  • Should collective epistemologists take insights made in individual epistemology seriously, and vice versa?

  • Is there a methodological difference in doing individual and collective epistemology?

  • What is the relation between individual and collective epistemic states ?

  • Should we think of collective epistemic attitudes as being summative/deflationary or non-summative/inflationary?

Workshop schedule:

Monday, December 5th:

10:15-10:45 arrival & opening
10:45-12:15 Jesper Kallestrup: Knowledge-Qua in Groups
12:15-13:45 lunch break
13:45-15:15 Joshua Habgood-Coote: Critical Social Epistemology
15:30-17:00 Jennifer Lackey, title: TBA
17:45 conference dinner 

Tuesday, December 6th:

09:00-10:30 Simon Graf: Epistemic Continuity
10:45-12:15 Jessica Brown: Group Evidence
12:15-13:45 lunch break
13:45-15:15 Christian List: Dynamically Rational Judgment Aggregation

If you would like to participate online or in person, please send an email to [email protected] We especially encourage young scholars, graduate students and people from groups which are underrepresented in philosophy to apply for participation in the workshop. We are hoping to have some funding available for travel and accommodation for graduate students. Please mention when registering if you’d like to be considered for this funding.

https://natureofrepresentation.wordpress.com/

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November 30, 2022, 8:00pm BST

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