Tag Archives: Epistemology

Workshop on the occasion of the defence of the PhD dissertation “Circularity and Arbitrariness”

Location Faculty of Philosophy, Oude Boteringestraat 52, room Beta Programme: 13:00-13:15 Opening and welcome 13:15-14:00 Rik Peels (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam): Blameworthy Belief and Another Regress Problem 14:00-14:45 Jeroen de Ridder (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam): Fake news epistemology 14:45-15:15 Coffee-break 15:15-16:00 Harmen Ghijsen (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen): Foundationalism about perception: Should we go beyond mere experience and reliability? … Continue reading Workshop on the occasion of the defence of the PhD dissertation “Circularity and Arbitrariness”

Fourth Workshop “Philosophy around 1900”

The Fourth OZSW Workshop “Philosophy around 1900” will take place on Tuesday November 24, 2015, 14.00 – 17.00, at Utrecht University, in the Stijlkamer of Janskerkhof 13 (room 0.06). Program: * Franz Berto (UvA) “Naïve Meinongianism and neo-Meinongianisms (of Three Different Kinds)” Abstract: Gilbert Ryle once claimed: “Gegenstandstheorie … is dead, buried, and not going to be … Continue reading Fourth Workshop “Philosophy around 1900”

WORKSHOP: Deliberation, Interpretation and Confabulation

WORKSHOP: Deliberation, Interpretation and Confabulation 19th-20th June 2015, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands   Keynote speakers: Lisa Bortolotti (University of Birmingham) Quassim Cassam (University of Warwick) Pamela Hieronymi (UCLA)   Other speakers: Fleur Jongepier (Radboud University Nijmegen) Naomi Kloosterboer (VU University Amsterdam) Lena Ljucovic (University of Potsdam) Christoph Michel (University of Stuttgart)   Deliberation, Interpretation … Continue reading WORKSHOP: Deliberation, Interpretation and Confabulation

Workshop Responsibility – The Epistemic Dimension II

Workshop 2015 Responsibility – The Epistemic Dimension II When: May 12-13 2015 Where: VU University Amsterdam It is generally agreed that responsibility has an epistemic dimension. Responsibility and knowledge interact, but the question is exactly how. For this second workshop in the series, we welcome submissions on the following issues (and related ones): (1) Does the epistemic … Continue reading Workshop Responsibility – The Epistemic Dimension II

Symposium on FORMAL EPISTEMOLOGY

The Departement of Theoretical Philosophy of the University of Groningen hosts a symposium on FORMAL EPISTEMOLOGY on April 30 from 13:00 to 17:00 at the University of Groningen, Faculty of Philosophy, Oude Boteringestraat 52, room Omega. TIME TABLE There are short breaks between all sessions. 13:15 Martin Smith (Glasgow) “When does evidence suffice for conviction?” … Continue reading Symposium on FORMAL EPISTEMOLOGY

International conference: All you need is science? Scientism and our multifaceted knowledge of reality

International conference: All you need is science? Scientism and our multifaceted knowledge of reality Dates: January 23–25, 2014 Hosting institution: VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands Keynote Speakers Susan Haack (University of Miami) James Ladyman (University of Bristol) Alexander Rosenberg (Duke University) Michael Stenmark (Uppsale University) Conference Theme This conference is meant to explore the nature … Continue reading International conference: All you need is science? Scientism and our multifaceted knowledge of reality

Call-for-Abstracts OZSW conference 2013 now available

The call for abstracts for the OZSW conference 2013, to take place on November 15 and 16, is now available: download call for abstracts. For more info on the conference, please visit the conference webpage at this site.