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Methodology Conference

 

Conference


  Time: 25 April, 2009 - 27 April, 2009
  Location: St Andrews
 
  The AHRC Project on ‘Intuitions and Philosophical Methodology’ at the Arché Philosophical Research Centre will host a major Conference on Philosophical Methodology 25-27 April, 2009, at the University of St Andrews.

Registration for this event is now at capacity.

Here is the conference schedule:

Saturday 25 April 2009

9.40 – 11.15  Jonathan Schaffer, ANU/Arché: Modalities and Methodologies

11.25 – 12.25  Helen Beebee, Birmingham: The role of phenomenology in the free will debate

1.25 – 2.25 Ephram Glick, MIT: Know-how and linguistic methodology

2.35 – 3.35  Eugen Fischer, East Anglia: Vicious intuitions: Non-intentional analogical inferences in philosophical reflection

3.55 – 5.25  David Chalmers, ANU: TBA

10.40 – 11.40 Benjamin Jarvis, Brown: Experiences as mere enablers

1 – 12.50  Carrie Jenkins, Nottingham: Merely verbal disputes

2.20 – 3.20  Thomas Kelly, Princeton: Common sense and confidence

3.30 – 4.30  Jennifer Nagel, Toronto: Empirical and philosophical approaches to paradoxical patterns of intuition

4.50 – 6.20  Ernest Sosa, Rutgers: Intuitions: What are they? What do they prove?

Monday 27 April 2009

9.30 – 10.30  Daniel Nolan, Nottingham: The a posteriori armchair

10.40 – 11.40  Ángel Pinillos, ASU: Philosophy's new challenge: Experiments and intentional

11.50 – 12.50  Anand Vaidya, SJSU: A new direction in modal epistemology

2.20 – 3.20  Jonathan Weinberg, Indiana: Where should philosophers rest their case?

3.30 – 5.00  Tamar Szabó Gendler, Yale: Philosophical methodology from an empirical point of view