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SLACRR 2016 Program

Registering for the St. Louis Annual Conference on Reasons and Rationality is free and easy:


SLACRR 2016 Program

All talks are in the Moonrise Hotel.

Sunday, May 22

5:00-6:45 Keynote address: Paul Boghossian (NYU)
7:00 Dinner
Later Drinks @ Moonrise Hotel Rooftop

Monday, May 23

Lindsay Crawford (Connecticut College)
“Epistemic partiality and the question of priority”
Chair: Daniel Singer (Pennsylvania)
10:35-11:50 Max Parish (Oklahoma)
“Human nature, normativity and Aristotelian constructivism”
Chair: Evgenia Mylonaki (Open University of Greece)
11:50 Lunch Break
1:45-3:00 Phillipp Koralus (Oxford)
“Reasons-based moral judgment and the erotetic theory”
Chair: Facundo Alonso (Stanford)
3:20-4:35 Adam Marushak (Pittsburgh)
“The semantics of epistemic reasons and epistemic modals”
Chair: Jennifer Carr (Illinois)
4:55-6:10 Nicole Dular (Syracuse)
“Social-based theories of practical reason and the limits of oppression”
Chair: TBD
7:00 Dinner
Later Drinks @ Moonrise Hotel Rooftop

Tuesday, May 24

9:00-10:15 Alex Gregory (Southampton)
“Why do desires rationalise behaviour?”
Chair: Ben Schwan (Wisconsin)
10:35-11:50 Nilanjan Das (MIT)
“Fragmented evidence”
Chair: David J. Barnett (Union)
11:50 Lunch Break
1:45-3:00 Lilian O’Brien (University College Cork)
“Advice for those with cold feet”
Chair: Max Hayward (Columbia)
3:20-4:35 Garrett Cullity (Adelaide)
“Reasons and fit”
Chair: TBD
4:55-6:45 Alida Liberman (Western Ontario)
“On the rationality of vow-making”
Chair:  Kate Nolfi (Vermont)
7:00 Dinner
Later Drinks @ Moonrise Hotel Rooftop

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