International Workshop on the Epistemology of Modality – University of Lisbon, Faculty of Letters

Posted: 20 de June de 2013 by Fernando Furtado in Call for Papers, Event, News

29-31 August 2013

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REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Registration is free, but if you’re intending to attend, please do register (see below).



Invited speakers:

David Chalmers (Australian National University; New York University)

Bob Hale (University of Sheffield; Northern Institute of Philosophy at Aberdeen; King’s College London)

Sonia Roca-Royes (University of Stirling)

Daniele Sgaravatti (Università dell’Aquila)

Anand Vaidya (San José State University).



Confirmed accepted contributions:

Alexandre Billon (Université Lille-III)

Ottavio Bueno (University of Miami) and Scott Shalkowski (University of Leeds)

Bob Fischer (Texas State University-San Marcos)

Dusko Prelevic (University of Belgrade)



Registration:

By sending an email to EpistemologyModalityLisbon@gmail.com <mailto:EpistemologyModalityLisbon@gmail.com.

Please include ‘registration’ in the subject, and let us know your name and affiliation (if applicable) in the mail’s body.



Organizers:

João Branquinho (LanCog Group, University of Lisbon) and Sonia Roca-Royes (University of Stirling).




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