Below is the program for the next SLACRR. You can learn more and register at the website.
I hope to see you in St. Louis this May!
SLACRR 2014 Program – May 18-20, 2014
John Broome (Oxford) – Normativity in Reasoning
Jennifer Frey (South Carolina) – Against autonomy
Chair: Samuel Asarnow (Stanford)
Jeff Behrends (Illinois State) – Problems and solutions for a hybrid account of normative grounding
Chair: Jennifer Morton (CCNY)
Daniel Wodak (Princeton) – Mere formalities
Chair: Douglas Portmore (Arizona State)
Barry Maguire (NYU) – There are no right kind of reasons for (non-epistemic) attitudes
Chair: Kathryn Lindeman (Pittsburgh)
Michael Bratman (Stanford) – Self-reinforcing norms of planning agency
Chair: Alida Liberman (Southern California)
Daniel Fogal (NYU) – The non-fundamentality of reasons
Chair: Elizabeth Harman (Princeton)
Justin Snedegar (St. Andrews) – Reasons, oughts, requirements
Chair: Bruno Guindon (McGill)
Lindsay Crawford (UC-Berkeley) – How does rational ability constrain epistemic obligation?
Chair: Abe Roth (Ohio State)
Jennifer Carr (Leeds) – Anything mushy can do, sharp can do better
Chair: Julia Staffel (Washington University)
Alex Worsnip (Yale) – The irrelevance of evidence (to rationality)
Chair: Caroline Arruda (UTEP)