Aims and Norms: Judgment
- British Academy
- Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature, University of Oslo
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As part of the Aims and Norms project, Philosophy at Southampton, in collaboration with the Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature at Oslo, will host a one-day workshop on the aims and norms of judgment. The workshop will take place at the University of Southampton on April 13th 2013.
Judgment is subject to norms. Judgments can be correct or incorrect, right or wrong, justified or unjustified. In turn, judgment issues in belief, which is itself subject to norms. Does judgment have an aim, which might explain the norms governing it? Might those norms be akin to rules the following of which leads to the satisfaction of that aim? What is the relevant aim? And how do the aims and norms of judgment relate to the aims and norms of belief?
Organisers: Conor McHugh, Jonathan Way, Daniel Whiting (Southampton) and Timothy Chan and Anders Nes (Oslo).
CALL FOR RESPONDENTS
If you would like to respond to one of the above workshop's presentations, please send a short CV and a short statement of how the themes of the workshop bear on your present research interests (150 words max.), if that is not obvious from the CV, to Jonathan Way ([email protected]) by *7th March 2013*. We are pleased to offer respondents a small bursary to help towards the costs of travel and accommodation (if needed).
A limited number of places are available at this workshop. Please contact Jonathan Way ([email protected]) to register.
April 13, 2013, 10:00am BST
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