11th Arché Graduate Conference

October 13, 2018 - October 14, 2018
Arché Research Centre, University of St Andrews

St Andrews
United Kingdom

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Cambridge University
Stockholm University

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11th Arché Graduate Conference

13th-14th October 2018

St Andrews

Edgecliffe, room 104

Saturday 13th October

10-11.30: Keynote - Kathrin Glüer-Pagin (Stockholm), ‘Experience, Reasons and Rationality’

12-13: Becky Millar (Edinburgh), ‘Gestalt Shifts and Multisensory Perceptual Objects’

Lunch

14-15: Nils Franzén (Uppsala), ‘Sensibilism and Imaginative Resistance’

15:30-16:30: Joaquim Giannotti (Glasgow), ‘Ontological Fundamentality’

17-18: Arianna Falbo (Brown), ‘Permissive Epistemic Standards and Rational Isolation’

Sunday 14th October

10-11.30: Keynote - Tim Button (Cambridge), ‘Loving the Universe’

11:45-12:45: Jonas Raab (Manchester), ‘The Unbearable Circularity of

Easy Ontology’

Lunch

13:45-14:45: M.A. Hunter (LSE/UC Davis), ‘Racial Descriptivism and Modal Profile Tests: a defeating blow?’

15-16: Taylor-Grey Miller (UT Austin), ‘In What Sense (If Any) Is Meaning

Normative?’

16:15-17:15: Jaime Castillo-Gamboa (USC), ‘Epistemicism and Moral Non-Naturalism: A Reply to Constantinescu’

*Thanks to funding from the Scots Philosophical Association and the Analysis Trust, we are able to pay for childcare and travel for audience members. For more information, email kpp2@st-andrews.ac.uk.*

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