9th Biennial University of Rochester Graduate Epistemology Conference

October 21, 2016 - October 22, 2016
Department of Philosophy, University of Rochester

Dewey 2110-E
252 Elmwood Ave., Rochester, NY
Rochester
United States

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  • University of Rochester Graduate College of Arts and Sciences

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Brandon Carey
Columbia Basin College
Rutgers University - New Brunswick

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The graduate students at the University of Rochester Department of Philosophy invite you to the 9th Biennial University of Rochester Graduate Epistemology Conference. The presentations for this year are:

Keynote Speaker: Susanna Schellenberg (Rutgers University).
“Gettier Cases, Capacities, and Knowledge”

Distinguished Alumnus Speaker: Brandon Carey (Columbia Basin College)
"Knowledge Requires Counterfactual Evidence"

Refereed graduate student presentations:

Marc-Kevin Daoust and David Montminy (Université de Montréal)
"Credence Permissiveness and Scoring Rules"

Alicia Patterson (Cornell University)
"Memory and Testimonial Injustice”

David Black (Rutgers University)
"Epistemic Punishments"

Samuel Kampa (Fordham University)
"Luck and Disagreement"

Luis Pinto de Sa (Saint Louis University)
“Defending Traditional (Indirect) Virtue Epistemology:
Epistemic Frankfurt Cases and Miracchi-Style Gettier Cases”

For more details, see the attached schedule and abstracts. We welcome any and all philosophers or other interested parties to attend.

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