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Epistemic and Practical Normativity Workshop
An attractive and, until recently, orthodox view is that the epistemic domain is in an important sense insulated from other normative domains, for example the moral or the practical more broadly. Recently, however, philosophers have suggested that there are important interactions between epistemic normativity and other flavours of normativity. This conference aims to bring together philosophers working at the intersection of ethics, practical reasoning, and epistemology in order to better understand these issues.
10-11:15 David Owens (KCL) “Excuse, Capacity and Convention”
11:30-12:45 Jessica Isserow (Leeds) “Blame’s Blind Spot”
2-3:15 Berislav Marusic (Edinburgh) “Interpersonal Reasoning”
3:30-4:45 Daniela Dover (Oxford) “Two Kinds of Curiosity”
For a hybrid link, email nk94[at]st-andrews[dot]ac[dot]uk