The latest issue of Ratio features Robert Stern's "Moral Scepticism and Agency: Kant and Korsgaard". To access the paper, click here.
Thursday, November 25, 2010
University of Edinburgh, Graduate Epistemology Conference: We invite submissions of papers from graduate students to the Edinburgh Graduate Epistemology Conference, which will take place on the 18-19 March 2011. Essays within any area of epistemology are welcome. Essays should be approximately 4000 words. The submission deadline for the conference is 10 January 2011. Although conference attendance is free, you must register for the conference if you plan on attending. Space is limited, so please register as early as possible.
- Ernest Sosa (Rutgers)
- Richard Swinburne (Oxford)
This graduate conference will be unique in that graduate presentations will have respondents from the faculty at Edinburgh and other neighbouring universities.
Please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org in .doc, .rtf, or .pdf format:
1) A cover letter containing
a) the author’s name and institutional affiliation
b) the author’s contact information
c) word count
d) the area(s) of epistemology the paper deals with.
2) The paper itself, including the title and a short abstract (no more than 200 words).
For further information, please visit email Tony Bolos at A.Bolos@sms.ed.ac.uk.
Monday, November 22, 2010
I've just found out about this very recent French edition of Montaigne's Essays:
Michel de Montaigne, Les Essais, edited by E. Naya, D. Reguig-Naya, and A. Tarrête. Paris: Gallimard, 2009. Collection "Folio classique," 3 volumes, 2182 pages, € 21,10. This new edition is based on the Exemplaire de Bordeaux.
Friday, November 19, 2010
In 1994, Richard Garner published Beyond Morality (Temple University Press), where he defends a form of ethical skepticism. He is now working on the revision of this book. The revised versions of eleven of the twelve chapters can be found here.
Monday, November 15, 2010
Thursday, November 11, 2010
The European Epistemology Network (EEN) provides a platform for cooperation and exchange among epistemologists and those interested in the theory of knowledge in Europe. The 2011 meeting is held in Lund, Sweden, from Thu 17th to Sat 19th of March.
To contribute, please prepare a max. 500 word abstract for blind review. Send it to email@example.com on or before NOV 30, 2010. Expect a letter of acceptance within two weeks.
- Igor Douven (University of Groningen)
- Pascal Engel (University of Geneva)
- Stephan Hartmann (University of Tilburg)
- Klemens Kappel (University of Copenhagen)
- Erik Olsson (University of Lund)
- Duncan Pritchard (University of Edinburgh)
- Rene van Woudenberg (University of Amsterdam)
- Claudine Tiercelin (College de France, Paris)
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Friday, November 5, 2010
The collective volume Disagreement, edited by R. Feldman and T. A. Warfield and published by OUP, has just come out. For information, go here. Needless to say, the book will appeal to those interested in the skeptical discussion of disagreement in both ethics and epistemology.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Recent PhDs and ABD graduate students in philosophy, theology, psychology, or cognitive science are invited to apply for the 2011 Purdue Summer Seminar on Perceptual, Moral, and Religious Skepticism to be held at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN from June 8th to June 24th, 2011. The seminar will be directed by Michael Bergmann (Purdue) and the guest speakers will be Justin Barrett (Oxford) and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Duke).
The topics of the seminar are:
EPISTEMOLOGY: The epistemology of perceptual, moral, and religious belief
SKEPTICISM: Responses to skepticism about perceptual, moral, and religious belief
DISAGREEMENT: Moral and religious disagreement as grounds for unbelief
EVOLUTION: Evolutionary accounts of moral and religious belief as reasons for skepticism
Participants will receive a stipend of $5,000 from which they will pay for their travel, food, and lodging. The deadline for receipt of applications is December 1, 2010. For more information, including information on how to apply, go to: http://www.knowinginreligionandmorality.com/seminar.html.