Presentations

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KBNS Workshop Presentations

Giovanni Merlo: "A defense of Lichtenberg" (presented at Interim Workshop 1) Abstract
Marie Guillot: "“Self-knowledge and the phenomenal model of the self-concept" (presented at Interim Workshop 1) Abstract
Alex Byrne: "Knowing that I am in pain" (presented at Interim Workshop 1) Abstract
Aidan McGlynn: "The Whats and Whys of Wh-Misidentification” (presented at Interim Workshop 1) Abstract
Jennifer Hornsby: "Self-Knowledge in Practice (Knowing How etc.)" (presented at Interim Workshop 1) Abstract
Giacomo Melis: "The Indefeasibility of A Priori Propositional Warrants: a Critique” (presented at Interim Workshop 1) Abstract
Sonia Roca-Royes: “Rethinking the epistemology of modality for abstracta” (presented at Interim Workshop 1) Abstract
James Pryor: “Immediate Justification and Trusting one's Sources” (presented at Interim Workshop 1) Abstract
Annalisa Coliva, “Disagreeing with myself. Rationality, Moore's paradox, self-deception and belief revision” (presented at Workshop 1) Abstract
Marie Guillot and Lucy O’Brien, “Self Matters” (presented at Workshop 1) Abstract
Indrek Lobus, “Self-Knowledge via Ontological Embezzlement” (presented at Workshop 1) Abstract
Giacomo Melis, “Brute errors and warranting roles (of experience)” (presented at Workshop 1) Abstract
Giovanni Merlo, “The Metaphysical Problem of Other Minds” (presented at Workshop 1) Abstract
Rob Rupert, “There Is No Personal Level in Nature” (presented at Workshop 1) Abstract
Josh Thurow, "Understanding to the Rescue" (presented at Workshop 1) Abstract
Åsa Wikforss, "Knowledge of Belief and the Asymmetry Thesis" (presented at Workshop 1) Abstract
Eli Alshanetsky: “Making Our Thoughts Clear: The Role of Language in the Pursuit of Self-Knowledge” (presented at Interim Workshop 2) Abstract
Dorit Bar-On & Jordan Ochs: “Speaking Your Mind in Your Mind: Inner Speech and Self-Knowledge” (presented at Interim Workshop 2) Abstract
Paul Boghossian: “Intuition, Understanding and the A Priori” (presented at Interim Workshop 2) Abstract
Jonathan Jenkins Ichikawa: “Intuition, Rationality and Normative Criticism” (presented at Interim Workshop 2) Abstract
Walter Pedriali & Peter Sullivan: “Keeping Genealogies at Bay: Frege on Logical Content” (presented at Interim Workshop 2) Abstract
Lea Salje: “The Inside-out Binding Problem” (presented at Interim Workshop 2) Abstract
Joshua Thorpe: “Who's afraid of the contingent a priori? A response to the McKinsey paradox” (presented at Interim Workshop 2) Abstract
Derek Ball: “Analyticity, Definition, and Revisionary Theorising” (presented at Network Workshop 2) Abstract
Claire Field: “Defeat through inertia. A priori propositional justification and rational mistakes about what rationality requires” (presented at Network Workshop 2) Abstract
Marcus Giaquinto: “A Priori and A Posteriori in Mathematics” (presented at Network Workshop 2) Abstract
Anil Gomes: “Perception, Reflection, Autonomy” (presented at Network Workshop 2) Abstract
Katherine Hawley: “Self-Knowledge and Trustworthiness” (presented at Network Workshop 2) Abstract
Anna-Sara Malmgren: “Why be reflective?” (presented at Network Workshop 2) Abstract
Alisa Mandrigin: “The Where of Bodily Awareness” (presented at Network Workshop 2) Abstract
Tuomas Tahko: “The A Priori Within and Beyond Natural Science” (presented at Network Workshop 2) Abstract
Eli Alshanetsky (Stanford): “Making Our Thoughts Clear: An Epistemic Theory of Clarity in thought and Language” (presented at Network Workshop 3) Abstract
Bill Child (Oxford): “First-Person Authority and the Univocality of Mental Terms” (presented at Network Workshop 3) Abstract
Anna-Maria A. Eder (Cologne): “Evidence in a Faulty World” (presented at Network Workshop 3) Abstract
Patrick Greenough (St. Andrews): “Self-Knowledge and Meta-Scepticism” (presented at Network Workshop 3) Abstract
Sophie Keeling (Edinburgh): “Inference and Transparency: A Two Explanations Account of Self-Knowledge” (presented at Network Workshop 3) Abstract
Alan Millar (Stirling): “Recognitional Abilities and Knowing What One Perceives” (presented at Network Workshop 3) Abstract
Rob Rupert (Boulder): “Self-knowledge as a subpersonal phenomenon; or, subpersonal knowledge of subpersonal selves” (presented at Network Workshop 3) Abstract
Josh Thurow (UT San Antonio): “A Skeptical Problem for A Priori Moral Realist Knowledge Through Understanding” (presented at Network Workshop 3) Abstract
Magdalena Balcerak-Jackson (Miami): “Self-Knowledge by Imagination” (presented at Final Conference) Abstract
Dorit Bar-on: “No-How Privileged Self-Knowledge” (presented at Final Conference) Abstract
Matthew Boyle (Chicago): “Armchair Psychology Defended” (presented at Final Conference) Abstract
Alex Byrne: “Knowing What I am Doing” (presented at Final Conference) Abstract
John Campbell (Berkeley): “Knowledge of Singular Causation in the Mind” (presented at Final Conference)
Dorothea Debus (Konstanz): “Shaping Our Mental Lives: On Self-Knowledge and Mental Self-Regulation” (presented at Final Conference) Abstract
Giacomo Melis (Stirling): “Two frameworks for debating the a priori” (presented at Final Conference) Abstract
Giovanni Merlo (Stirling): “Self-knowledge and the Paradox of Belief Revision” (presented at Final Conference) Abstract
Chris Peacocke: “Factive Norms: Their Nature, Source, and Significance” (presented at Final Conference) Abstract
Miriam Schoenfield: “Deferring to Doubt” (presented at Final Conference) Abstract
Crispin Wright (NYU / Stirling): “Kripke, Quine and the Adoption Problem” (presented at Final Conference) Abstract

 

External Presentations

Ebert, P. and Rossberg, M. “Mathematical Platonism: Frege and Neo-Fregeanism”, European Society for Analytic Philosophy, Munich 2017.
Ebert, P. “Frege on the Paradox of Analysis”, Humboldt University, Berlin 2017.
Ebert, P. “Frege’s Definitions of Number, Arbitrariness, and the Aims of Analysis”, Society for the Study of the History of Analytic Philosophy, Calgary 2017.
Ebert, P. and Rossberg, M. “Mathematical Creationism in Frege’s Grundgesetze?”, Society for the Study of the History of Analytic Philosophy, Calgary 2017.
Haddock, A. “Broadie and Anscombe on Practical Truth”, conference on Practical Truth: Reflections on the Aristotelian Tradition, University of South Carolina 2017.
Haddock, A. “The 'I think' and the 'I am'”, conference on Reflection and Non-Positional Self-Consciousness, University of Patras 2017; also at conference on Judgement, University of Utrecht 2017.
Haddock, A. “There must be nothing hypothetical in our considerations”, conference on Sources of Knowledge, University of Chicago 2018.
Ichikawa, J. "Epistemology and the Practical", CPA Symposium, Ryerson University 2017.
Ichikawa, J. "The Rational Irrelevance of Cognitive Phenomenology", Cognitive Phenomenology Workshop, Bergen 2017.
Ichikawa, J. "Contexts and Acting on Probabilities", Symposium on Sarah Moss's Probabilistic Knowledge, Hamburg 2017.
Ichikawa, J. "Positive Epistemology", Aarhus University 2017.
Jenkins, C. “Is Feeling First? Distinguishing Phenomenal and Agential Love”, 7th California Metaphysics Conference, University of Southern California 2018; also at University of Leeds 2017.
Jenkins, C. “What Love Is and What It Could Be”, Second Antwerp Summer School in Philosophy and Society, University of Antwerp 2017; also at CPA Annual Congress, Ryerson University 2017.
Melis, G. “In Defence of Enkratic Principles: The Defeat Strategy”, Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association, University of Edinburgh 2017; also at FINO/SIFA Graduate Conference: New Trends in Epistemology, University of Pavia 2017.
Merlo, G. “A defense of Lichtenberg”, SNF Conference: The cogito: yes or no?, Ligerz 2017.
Merlo, G “A simple argument for passage”, Fourth Meeting of the International Association for Philosophy of Time, Gargnano 2017.
Merlo, G "Russellian monism and two varieties of grounding", conference on Consciousness & Grounding, NYU Florence 2017.
Roca-Royes, S. “A priori knowledge, peer-agreement and peer-disagreement”, workshop on Modal Knowledge, Bielefeld 2017; also at Diaphora Mid-term Conference, University of Barcelona 2017.
Roca-Royes, S, “Rethinking the epistemology of modality for abstracta”, Logos Colloquium, University of Barcelona 2017; also at Gothenburg VSS, University of Gothenburg 2017.
Roca-Royes, S. “Current issues in the epistemology of modality”, ECAP9, University of Munich 2017.
Sullivan, P. “The Purity of Logic”, conference on Wittgenstein's Notebooks 1914-16, Université du Québec à Montréal 2017; also at Diaphora Workshop: A Priori Knowledge, University of Stirling, 2017.
Wei, Xintong. ‘Is self-deception doxastic?’, workshopon Self-Deception: what it is and what it is worth, University of Basel 2017.
Wright, C. "Expressivism and Self-knowledge", guest lecture for Self-Knowledge: Nature, Scope, and Limits, 2017.