History

The first conference, in the summer of 1993 (with John Biro), was focused on Connectionism and Philosophy of Mind. It was followed by conferences on Ethics and Political Philosophy (1994 with John Biro), Metaphysics (1995 with John Biro), Truth (1996 with John Biro), Modality (1997 with John Biro), Vagueness (1998 with Eugene Mills), Epistemology (1999 with Eugene Mills), Philosophical Analysis (2000 with Eugene Mills), Metaphysics (2001 with Eugene Mills), Rationality (2002 with Eugene Mills), Ethics (2003 with Mylan Engel  Jr.), Contextualism (2004 with Mylan Engel  Jr.), Particularism (2005 with Mylan Engel  Jr. and Vojko Strahovnik), Freedom, Determinism and Responsibility (2006 with Mylan Engel  Jr.), Epistemology (2007 with Mylan Engel  Jr.), Social and Political Philosophy (2008, with Alastair Norcross), Epistemic Virtue and Value (2009 with Wayne D. Riggs), Ethics (2010 with Alastair Norcross), Knowledge, Understanding and Wisdom (2011 with Wayne D. Riggs), Ethical Issues: Theoretical and Applied (2012 with Alastair Norcross and Tea Logar), Evidence, Reliability, and Group Epistemology (2013 with Jack C. Lyons), Ethical Issues: Theoretical and Applied (2014 with Alastair Norcross and Justin Weinberg), The Intersection of Epistemology and Philosophy of Mind (2015 with Jack C. Lyons), Ethical Issues (2016, with Justin Weinberg and Friderik Klampfer) and  Epistemic Virtues and Epistemic Skills (2017 with Sarah Wright and Smiljana Gartner), Ethical Issues: Theoretical and Applied (2018, with Justin Weinberg and Friderik Klampfer).