Epistemology and Cognition

September 9, 2016 - September 10, 2016
Department of Philosophy, College of William and Mary

TBA
Williamsburg
United States

All speakers:

Richard Fumerton
University of Iowa
Alvin Goldman
Rutgers University
Peter Graham
UC Riverside
Hilary Kornblith
UMass Amherst
Gary Lupyan
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Jennifer Nagel
University of Toronto
Lance Rips
Northwestern University
Susanna Schellenberg
Rutgers University

Organisers:

Matthew Haug
College of William and Mary
Jack Lyons
University of Arkansas
Chris Tucker
College of William and Mary

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The College of William and Mary's Biennial Conference celebrates the 30th anniversary of Alvin Goldman's Epistemology and Cognition.  The event will include 8 presentations which concern the themes of Goldman's book, especially the implications of cognitive science for epistemology.  6 presentations, including one from Goldman, are from philosophers and two are from psychologists.  The discussants for the event are Anna-Sara Malmgren (Stanford U), Lisa Miracchi (U of Pennsylvania), Ram Neta (UNC-Chapel Hill), and Patrick Rysiew (U of Victoria).  The papers from the conference, as well as some from the discussants, will be collected in the 2017 volume of Philosophical Topics.

Attendance at the conference is free, but, for accurate catering numbers, please let Chris Tucker (cstucker@wm.edu) know that you plan attend.  You can also let him know if you have interest in chairing a session.  More details about the conference will be posted in due course at the below website.

William and Mary's Department of Philosophy is grateful for the generous support of Teresa Thompson ('67) and Michael Foradas ('78).

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July 31, 2016, 11:45pm EST

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