Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Rochester Graduate Epistemology Conference

Conference Venue: University of Rochester, Dewey Hall Room 2-110 E

Conference Schedule

Friday, October 10, 2008

Dewey Hall Room 2-110 E

2:30--3:00 Registration & Welcoming

3:00--3:50
"Counterclosure"
by Federico Luzzi, University of Saint Andrews
Commentator: Jason Rogers, University of Rochester

4:00--4:50
"Evidentialism and epistemic rationality"
by Josh Orozco, Rutgers University
Commentator: Jon Matheson, University of Rochester

Saturday October 11, 2006

9:30-9:55 Continental Breakfast/Coffee

9:55-10:00 Welcoming

10:00--10:50
"Disagreement, Bootstrapping, and Doxastic Advice"
by Aaron Bronfman, University of Michigan
Commentator: Brandon Carey, University of Rochester

11:00--11:50
"Losing the Lottery"
by Aidan McGlynn, University of Texas at Austin
Commentator: Trent Dougherty, University of Rochester

12:00--2:00 Catered Lunch for all attenders, Gamble Room in Rush Rhees Library

2:00--2:50
"Against Goldman's Veritism"
by Adam Carter, University of Edinburgh
Commentator: William Rowley, University of Rochester

3:00--3:50
"Knowledge Isn't Closed on Saturdays"
by Wesley Buckwalter , University at Buffalo
Commentator: Kevin McCain, University of Rochester

3:50--4:30 Break w/Refreshments, river walk

4:30-6:45 "How Reliabilism and Evidentialism Might Help One Another (Assuming Flexibility on Both Sides)" By Alvin Goldman
Commentator: Richard Feldman

Reception for conference participants, faculty, and students at the home of Richard Feldman.

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