Epistemic Value

Monday, May 28, 2007

Testimony Conference

Jennifer Lackey has just sent me the programme for the Rutgers Testimony Conference this summer, and what a line-up it is. Here's the full announcement:

EPISTEME Testimony Conference

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Douglass Campus,
University Inn and Conference Center

Co-Organizers: Alvin Goldman and Jennifer Lackey

Friday, June 29th

9:15-10:30
John Greco, “Reliable Testimony”

10:45-12:00
Marc Moffett, “A Paradox Concerning Ideal Rational Inquiry”

1:15-2:30
Melissa Koenig, “Children's Trust in Testimony: The Roles of Inductive Inference and Social Cognition”

2:30-3:45
Peter Lipton, “Alien Abduction: Inference to the Best Explanation and the Evaluation of Testimony”

4:00-5:15
Al Casullo, “Testimony and A Priori Knowledge”

Saturday, June 30th

9:00-10:15
Linda Zagzebski, “Ethical and Epistemic Egoism and the Goal of Autonomy”

10:30-11:45
Arnon Keren, “Epistemic Authority, Testimony and the Transmission of Knowledge”

1:00-2:15
Jonathan Adler, “Distortion, Argument, and Excluded Middles”

2:15-3:30
Paul Faulkner, “Cooperation and Trust in Conversational Exchanges”

3:45-5:00
Patrick Rysiew, “Beyond Words: Linguistic Communication, Truthfulness, and the Epistemology of Testimony”

2 Comments:

  • At 2:22 PM, Blogger SJH said…

    Does anyone know where/how to register for the conference?

    Thanks.

     
  • At 7:16 PM, Anonymous Dennis Whitcomb said…

    To register, just send me an email - I'm in charge of that sort of stuff for this conference.

    whitcomb /at/ philosophy /dot/ rutgers /dot/ edu.

     

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