Penn-Rutgers-Princeton (PRP) Social Epistemology Workshop
The Seminar Room
3 Seminary Place
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Rutgers Philosophy Department is pleased to announce the inaugural Penn-Rutgers-Princeton (PRP) Social Epistemology Workshop. The workshop is a chance for social epistemologists in the region to discover and discuss each others research.
Date: Saturday April 6th 2013
Time: 9.30am-6pm. (Followed by dinner.)
Location: Rutgers Philosophy Dept, The Seminar Room, 3 Seminary Place, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
The workshop will feature the following presentations in social epistemology
Yoaav Isaacs and Daniel Berntson (Princeton)
Some Prospects for Credal Aggregation.
Harold Parker (Pennsylvania)
Plato as Social Epistemologist.
Ryan Muldoon (Pennsylvania)
Diversity, Rationality, and the Division of Cognitive Labor.
Georgi Gardiner (Rutgers)
The Commutativity of Evidence: A Problem for Conciliatory Views of Peer Disagreement.
Kurt L. Sylvan (Rutgers)
On How Groups Possess Evidence.
Meals will be provided, including a light breakfast at the beginning of the day. To help with meal planning, please RSVP by April 1st. If you have special dietary requirements please email [email protected]>.
If you would like to attend but childcare duties render your attendance difficult, please email [email protected]> by March 6th; the organisers hope to assist participants with childcare needs.
For more information, please contact Georgi Gardiner [email protected]>