Apr 2019: Epistemology Seminar
Dec 2017: Metaphysics of Knowledge Workshop II
Jun 2017: Blame and Norms
Jun 2016: Sensing Strange Things
May 2016: Complex Disagreement
May 2016: Testimony and Context
Jan 2016: Philosophical Progress
Dec 2015: Epistemic Incoherence
June 2018: The Epistemology of Perception & the Perceptual Analogy Workshop
December 2017: Metaphysics of Knowledge Workshop II
September 2016: Metaphysics of Knowledge Workshop I: Epistemic Indexing
June 2015: Summer Epistemology Workshop
June 2014: Fallibilism and Evidence Workshop
October 2013: Social Epistemology Workshop
June 2013: Reasons and Rationality: Epistemic and Practical
November 2012: The Causes of Belief
The ECT Group has a broad range of interests in epistemology and cognate fields. As well as an interest in the traditional epistemological questions concerning knowledge, justification, internalism, externalism, and scepticism, members of the group have research interests concerning belief, assertion, norms, reasons, virtue, vice, epistemic injustice, cognitive bias, formal models of knowledge and belief, know-how, trust, entitlement, perception, illusion, self-knowledge, the methodology of epistemology, intuitions, the apriori, dogmatism, contextualism, relativism and epistemic modals.
ECT Seminar: This is a lively and friendly weekly seminar at which members of the group pilot their research, discuss recent work in epistemology, and host talks by visiting speakers. For details of the current program and venue see the Arché Calendar.
The Epistemology Group meets during Arché semesters from 13:00 until 15:00 each Wednesday in Edgecliffe G03.