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SLACRR 2017 Program

St. Louis Annual Conference on Reasons and Rationality 2017

May 21-23, 2017

Keynote: Kieran Setiya (MIT)

Stephen White (Northwestern), “Predicting failure”

Chair: Rima Basu (USC)

 

Rachel Johnson (Trinity), “Practical deliberation and background conditions on normative reasons for action”

Chair: Zoe Johnson King (Michigan)

 

Kevin Dorst (MIT), “Evidence: A guide for the uncertain”

Chair: Laura Callahan (Rutgers)

 

Michael Titelbaum (University of Wisconsin–Madison), “Reason without reasons for”

Chair: Nandi Theunissen (Johns Hopkins)

 

Ralph Wedgwood (USC), “Against evidence”

Chair: Charles Bouchard (Rutgers)

 

Renee Bolinger (USC), “The rational impermissibility of accepting racial generalizations”

Chair: Julianne Chung (Louisville)

 

Matthew Smith (Leeds), “Rationalize this!”

Chair: Devlin Russell (Toronto)

 

David Horst (Unicamp), “How is reasoning norm-guided?”

Chair: Gregory Antill (Claremont McKenna)

 

Amy Flowerree (Northwestern), “Alethic reasons for action?”

Chair: Jamie Fritz (Ohio State)

 

Daniel Fogal (Uppsala), “Structural requirements and the primacy of pressure”

Chair: John Keller (Niagara)

 

SLACRR is sponsored by UMSL, WUSTL, and SLU. Registration for SLACRR is now open. Everyone attending must first register. To register for SLACRR, just email SLACRR@gmail.com stating that you plan on attending. Conference participants can book rooms in the Moonrise Hotel at the conference rate of $140. When reserving your room, be sure to use the Group Code: SLACRR2017

For more information and to reserve rooms, visit www.moonrisehotel.com

For more information about the conference, visit http://www.umsl.edu/~slacrr/index.html

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