May 19, 2024 - Today
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SLACRR 2024, Moonrise Hotel, St. Louis

Sunday, May 19, 2024 [Begins at 5:00 p.m. CDT]

Michael Titelbaum (UW-Madison), Invited. 

Monday, May 20, 2024 

Laura Tomlinson Makin (Colgate),  “Causation and Inference”

Frederick Choo, (Rutgers) “Aesthetic Reasons: Requiring or Merely Enticing?”

Paskalina Bourbon (Chicago), “Reasons Required: What is a Kind of Reasoning?”

Chris Blake-Turner (Oklahoma State), “Rational Intelligibility and The Kernel of Truth in the Guise of The Good”

Max Lewis (Yale), “The Puzzle of Requesting Evaluation”

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Thomas Raleigh (Luxembourg), “Higher-Order Suspension Can Be Rational”

Jason Bridges (Chicago), “The Form of Practical Reasoning: Comparison vs. Purpose”

Tez Clark (NYU), “How Analyticity Illuminates Incoherence” 

Antonio Chacón (UIUC), “Desire and Action, Anscombe’s ‘wanting’ and Aristotle’s ‘orexis’”

Caroline Arruda (Tulane), Invited.

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