segunda-feira, 5 de março de 2012

3rd Annual King’s College London/University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Conference 2012: Social Epistemology and Epistemic Responsibility

       Thursday 24th - Friday 25th May 2012
         (09.00-18.00) (10.00-19.00)

Venue: King’s College London

This conference aims to provide a dynamic forum for the discussion and development of first class research in social epistemology and epistemic responsibility. This event offers a unique opportunity for specialists and graduate researchers to come together in an exciting exchange of ideas about contemporary and cutting-edge issues in the field.

Confirmed participants include:
Corine Besson        (Birkbeck, University of London)
John Callanan        (King's College London)
Paul Faulker           (University of Sheffield)
Elizabeth Fricker    (University of Oxford)
Matthew Kotzen    (UNC-Chapel Hill)
Clayton Littlejohn   (King’s College London)
Ram Neta               (UNC-Chapel Hill)
Duncan Pritchard    (University of Edinburgh)
Kai Spiekermann    (London School of Economics and Political Science)
Ralph Wedgwood  (University South California)

Attendance is free of charge.
To register, email with your name and affiliation.
NB. Places are strictly limited.

Programme to follow shortly. 
Information about the conference will be updated here.

Generously sponsored by King’s College London, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the UNC-King’s Alliance.

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