SLACRR 10: Anscombe Centenary

May 19, 2019 - May 21, 2019
Department of Philosophy, UMSL

6177 Delmar
Saint Louis 63112
United States

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University of Chicago


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Anscombe Centenary (1919-2019)

Keynote Speaker: Anton Ford (Chicago)

St. Louis Annual Conference on Reasons and Rationality provides a forum for new work on practical and theoretical reason, broadly construed. To celebrate Elizabeth Anscombe's centenary, one day of the conference will be devoted to talks relating her work to the themes of the conference. 

SLACRR 2019 Program

All talks are in the Moonrise Hotel.  

Sunday, May 19 5:00-6:45 Keynote address: Anton Ford (Chicago)     7:00 Dinner  Later Drinks @ Moonrise Hotel Rooftop Monday, May 20 9:00-10:15
Berislav Marusic (Brandeis)
“Interpersonal Reasoning”
Chair: TBD     10:35-11:50 Graham Hubbs (Idaho)
“Collectively Settling: Lessons from Intention on Collective Intentionality and Rationality”
Chair:  Aaron Segal (Pittsburgh)
  11:50 Lunch Break     1:45-3:00 Eric Marcus (Auburn)
“Anscombe on the Difference Rationality Makes”
Chair: Jack Samuel (Pittsburgh)     3:20-4:35 Keshav Singh (UNC)
“An Anscombean Account of the Right and Wrong Kinds of Reason”
Chair: TBD     4:55-6:10 Matthias Haase (Chicago)
“Maker’s Knowledge”
Chair: TBD     7:00 Dinner  Later Drinks @ Moonrise Hotel Rooftop Tuesday, May 21 9:00-10:15 Hagit Benbaji (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
“To Feel or not to Feel: A puzzle about reasons for emotions”
Chair: Ting Cho Lau (Notre Dame)     10:35-11:50 Marc-Kevin Daoust (Montréal)
“Apparent Reasons and Second-Best Epistemology”
Chair: Eric Sampson (UNC)     11:50 Lunch Break     1:45-3:00 Liz Jackson (Notre Dame)
“On the Independence of Belief and Credence”
Chair: David Barnett (Toronto)     3:20-4:35 Oded Na’aman (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
“Emotional transitions, rational delay, and process rationality”
Chair: Lubomira Radoilska (Kent)     4:55-6:10 Daniel Muñoz (MIT)
“Why Isn’t Supererogation Wrong?”
Chair: Lisa Bastian (St. Andrews)     7:00 Dinner  Later Drinks @ Moonrise Hotel Rooftop

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