Program

Monday, June 3rd

 

            

Triglavska

Grajska

9:00-­‐

10:00   


She Said He Said: Sexual
Assault Accusations and the Preponderance of the Evidence

 Georgi Gardiner

St. John’s College, Oxford and University of Tennessee

Understanding
Injustice through Epistemic Authority

Sarah Wright
University of Georgia

10:05-­‐

11:05   

Sexual Consent and Lying About

One’s Self

Jennifer Matey

Southern Methodist University

Epistemic
Dimensions of Environmental

(In)Justice

Jason Kawall

Colgate University

11:05-­‐

11:25                 

 

break

11:25-­‐

12:25   

Secrets
and Social Epistemology

Kelly Becker

University of New Mexico

Can
Humility be a Liberatory Virtue?

Heather Battaly

University of Connecticut

12:25-­‐

2:25                   

 

lunch

2:30-­‐

3:30     

Epistemology and the Con: Why

People Reason Badly About

Important Things

Michael Bishop 

University of Florida

Knowledge-First
Social Epistemology

Mona Simion

University of Glasgow

 3:35-­‐          

4:35     

Honest to Kant
Zelaniec  Wojciech

University of Gdansk

Salience, Prejudice and the Limits of

Epistemic Evaluation

Jessie Munton

University of Cambridge

4:35-­‐

4:55     

 

break

4:55-­‐

5:55     

 

Testimony in African Epistemology

Revisited

Mikael Janvid

Stockholm University

             

 

Tuesday, June 4th

 

             

Triglavska

Grajska

9:00-­‐

10:00    

An  Encoding Model of Action-

Directed-Pragmatics

Igal Kvart

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Independence, Conciliation, and the

Problem  of Political Passions

David Christensen

Brown University

10:05-­‐

11:05    

The Etiology Thesis and the Project of  Naturalizing Epistemology

Mark Kaplan

Indiana University

Varieties of Deep Disagreement

Guido Melchior

University of Graz

             

 

break

11:25-­‐

12:25    

What is Epistemic Self-Trust?


Katherine Dormandy
University of  Innsbruck

Two Kinds of Epistemic Evaluation

Hilary Kornblith
University of Massachusetts Amherst

             

 

lunch

2:30-­‐

3:30      

Well-Founded  Belief and the

Contingencies of Epistemic Location

Guy Axtell

Radford University

Philosophical Expertise and Philosophical

Progress

Bryan Frances

University of Tartu, Estonia

3:35-­‐   

 4:35    

Intersectionality, Modality, and Structural Oppression
                         Nora Berenstain         

University of Tennessee-Knoxville

Secondhand Disagreement
Jeroen de Ridder
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

 

             

 

break

4:55-­‐

5:55      

Reverse-Engineering
Disagreement as Evidence
in the Case of Group

Doxastic Agents

Nikolaj Nottelmann

University of Southern Denmark

On  Testimonial Knowledge and Its

Functions

Michel Croce

University of Edinburgh

6:00-­‐   

7:00      

Thinking  with Others: A Radically

Externalist Internalism
Benjamin McCraw

University of SC Upstate

How to Handle Gettier Cases: Luck vs. Risk

Christoph Kelp 

(with Matt Jope)
University of Glasgow

 

Wednesday, June 5th 

 

                 

Triglavska

Grajska

9:00-­‐

10:00      

Machine Learning as Morally Analogous to Group Belief
Joe Cruz

Williams College

Public Opinions and Political
Philosophy

Simon Rippon 

(with Miklos Zala)

Central European University

10:05-­‐

11:05      

Individual Coherence and
Group Coherence

Branden Fitelson

(with Ray Briggs, Kenny
Easwaran, and Fabrizio Cariani)

Northeastern University

Political Epistemology:
Debating the Burning Issue(s)

 

Nenad Miscevic

University of Maribor, Central European University

11:05-­11:25                        

 

break

11:25-­‐

12:25      

Privacy and Corporate
Knowledge

Ken Daley and Robert J. Howell

Southern Methodist University

 

The Presumed Rationality of Political
Ignorance

Friderik Klampfer 

University of Maribor

 

Thursday, June 6th 

 

            

Triglavska

Grajska

9:00-­‐

10:00   

Rhetorical  Injustice: A Field Guide

Seth Robertson

University of Oklahoma

 


Chromatic Illumination in Belief Fixation
and Implicit Bias

      Matjaz Potrc and Vojko Strahovnik

University of Ljubljana

10:05-­‐

11:05   

Testimonial Injustice Beyond

Credibility Deficits

Emily Colleen McWilliams

Harvard University

Problematic Perception: Beyond
Projection and Misattribution

Maura Tumulty

Colgate University

            

 

break

11:25-­‐

12:25   

Epistemic Deadspace: Prisoners,

Politics, and Place

Nancy Arden McHugh

Wittenberg University

Perceptual experiences,
stereotypes, and justification

Martina Fürst

University of Graz

            

 

lunch

2:30-­‐

3:30     

On Understanding and Testimony

Federica Isabella Malfatti
University of Innsbruck

On  Social Defeat

Brent Madison

United Arab Emirates University

3:35-­‐            

4:35       

Empathetic Understanding and Deliberative Democracy       

Michael Hannon
University of Nottingham

Reliability, Defeat, and Social Factors

Jack Lyons

University of Arkansas

            

 

break

4:55-­‐

5:55     

The Mark of a Good Informant

Catherine Elgin

Harvard University

Normative  Defeaters

Peter Graham

University of California Riverside

6:00-­‐            

7:00     

Eventful Conversations and the

Positive Virtues of a Good Listener

Josué Piñeiro  and Justin Simpson

University of Georgia

Reliabilism, Reasons, and Defeat

Bob Beddor

National University of Singapore

 


Friday, June 7th

 

 

              

Triglavska

Grajska

9:00-­‐

10:00   

Liberal democracy,
media and epistemic reliability

Stefano Colloca

University of Pavia, Italy

 

Trust and Testimonial Justification

Elizabeth Fricker

Magdalen College, Oxford and University of Notre Dame

10:05-­‐

11:05   

Fake  News: The Case for a

Consumer-Oriented Explication

Thomas Grundmann

University of Cologne

Developing Robust Epistemic Trust

Relations: Negotiating Social and Epistemic Power

Heidi Grasswick

Middlebury College

11:05-­‐

11:25                   

break

11:25-­‐

12:25   

The Social Epistemology of Google

Erik J. Olsson

Lund University

Epistemic Gaslighting and Resistance

Gaile Pohlhaus

Miami University

12:25-­‐

2:25                     

lunch

2:30-­‐

3:30     

Impossibility Results forRational
Belief

Gerhard Schurz
Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

Belief  Polarization and Epistemic

Feedback Loops

Blake Roeber

University of Notre Dame

3:35-­‐

4:35     

Perception, Testimony and

Others’ Minds

William McNeill

Southampton University

Justification through Imagining the Past

Lu Teng

NYU Shanghai