Speakers and titles

Daniel Fogal (NYU):   ‘Deflationary Pluralism about Motivating Reasons’ (549 Kb)

Anandi Hattiangadi (Stockholm): ‘Is Logic Normative?’

Victor Moberger (Uppsala), `Non-naturalism and supervenience’

Sara Packalén (Stockholm): ‘Subjectivism, Expressivism and Parity’

Christian Piller (York):   ‘Beware of Safety’ (439 Kb)

Mona Simion (Oslo):   ‘No Epistemic Norm for Action’ (46 Kb)

Jonathan Way (Southampton): ‘The Distinctiveness of Fittingness’

Daniel Whiting (Southampton): ‘Epistemic Worth’

 

Organizers are Sara Packalén and Jonas Olson.

 

FRIDAY

09.30-10.45

Daniel Whiting (Southampton): ‘Epistemic Worth’. 

Commentator: Åsa Wikforss (Stockholm)

  Break
11.00 - 12.15

Sara Packalén (Stockholm): ‘Subjectivism, Expressivism and Parity’. 

Commentator: Teemu Toppinen (Helsinki)

  Lunch
13.45 - 15.00

Jonathan Way (Southampton): ‘The Distinctiveness of Fittingness’. 

Commentator: Jan Gertken (Humbolt University, Berlin)

15.00 - 16.15:

Anandi Hattiangadi (Stockholm): ‘Is Logic Normative?’. 

Commentator: Kathrin Glüer-Pagin (Stockholm)

  Break
16.30 - 17.45

Christian Piller (York): ‘Beware of Safety’. 

Commentator: Olle Risberg (Uppsala)

17.50 - 18.30 Meeting for the members of ENN
19.30 Dinner

SATURDAY

10.30 - 11.45

Mona Simion (Oslo): ‘No Epistemic Norm for Action’. 

Commentator: Andrew Reisner (Uppsala) 

  Lunch
12:45 - 14:00

Victor Moberger (Uppsala), `Non-naturalism and supervenience’. Commentator: Jonas Olson (Stockholm)

  Break
14.15 - 15.30

Daniel Fogal (NYU): ‘Deflationary Pluralism about Motivating Reasons’. 

Commentator: Krister Bykvist (Stockholm)​