Over the last 15 years the epistemology of disagreement has been one of the most blooming research interests in epistemology. A special case of disagreement is logical disagreement, i.e. disputes regarding the validity of certain inference rules, or the status of fundamental logical principles. This Arché workshop is dedicated to the topicLogical Disagreementand related issues such as logical pluralism, the normativity of logic, logical evidence etc. It will feature renowned experts of epistemology of logic as well asearly-career researchers.
The Castlecliffe F2: John B Henderson Lecture Room, 9am till 6pm on Friday April 17th.
09.30-10.30Ole Hjortland (University of Bergen): Logical pluralism without collapse
11.00-12.00Colin Caret (Utrecht University): Data-Driven Logical Theory
13.30-14.30Ben Martin (University of Bergen): How Logic(ians) Disagree
15.00-16.00 Claire Field (UCL): Unexceptional False Beliefs About Logic
16.30-17.30 Frederik J. Andersen (University of St Andrews): A Rational Fixed Point in Logic