St. Louis Annual Conference on Reasons and Rationality (SLACRR) Program

Posted: 25 de March de 2012 by Fernando Furtado in Event, News

St. Louis Annual Conference on Reasons and Rationality

UM-St. Louis

Moonrise Hotel

May 20-22, 2012

The Departments of Philosophy at UM-St. Louis and Washington University are pleased to announce SLACRR 3, a conference designed to provide a forum for new work on practical and theoretical reason, broadly construed.

Keynote — Jonathan Dancy (Texas/Reading) : More Right than Wrong

Nomy Arpaly (Brown) and Timothy Schroeder (Ohio State): Acting and Believing for Reasons
Chair: Leonard Kahn (US Air Force Academy)

Agnes Callard (Chicago): Introducing Socratic Anti-Intellectualism
Chair: Eric Brown (Washington University)

Patricio Fernandez (Harvard):  Why Not Act?
Chair: Jennifer Frey (Pittsburgh)

Ernesto Garcia (Massachusetts):  Explaining Constitutive Norms
Chair: Kathryn Lindeman (Pittsburgh)

Alex Gregory (Reading): A Very Good Reason to Reject the Buck-Passing Account
Chair: Kelly Heuer (Georgetown)

Ali Hasan (Iowa):  A Puzzle for Analyses of Rationality
Chair: Matthew McGrath (Missouri)

Doug Portmore (Arizona State):  Perform Your Best Option
Chair: Christian Coons (Bowling Green)

Abe Roth (Ohio State):  Team Reasoning, Shared Intention, and Non-Evidential Warrant for Belief
Chair: Luca Ferrero (Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

Michael Titelbaum (Wisconsin): In Defense of Right Reasons
Chair: Shyam Nair (Southern California)

Daniel Whiting (Southampton):  Reasons for Belief, the Aim of Belief, and the Aim of Action
Chair: Daniel Greco (MIT)

 

For more information: see http://www.umsl.edu/~slacrr/index.html  There is no fee to attend SLACRR, but, if you plan on attending, we ask that you register in advance, which you can do simply by emailing SLACRR@gmail.com.

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