Workshop: Epistemic and Practical Normativity (Southampton)

March 24, 2014 by ahlstrom-vij

WORKSHOP – Epistemic and Practical Normativity: Substantive Connections
Friday 13th June
University of Southampton

Philosophy at Southampton will host the first workshop of the AHRC-funded ‘Normativity: Epistemic and Practical’ project on Friday the 13th of June.

The workshop will focus on the issues of whether/how practical considerations bear on what one ought to believe, and whether/how epistemic considerations bear on how one ought to act. Questions include, though are not limited to:

– Do the sorts of considerations which provide reasons for action also provide reasons for belief?
– Does the practical importance of what you believe bear on what you should or may believe?
– Is it permissible to have a belief that one ought not to act on?
– Does what one ought to do depend on the facts of one’s situation or on the evidence?

Speakers
Maria Alvarez (KCL)
Matthew McGrath (Missouri)
Baron Reed (Northwestern)
Jonathan Way and Daniel Whiting (Southampton)

CALL FOR RESPONDENTS
If you would like to respond to one of the workshop’s presentations, please send a short CV and a short statement of how the themes of the workshop bear on your present research interests (150 words max.), if that is not obvious from the CV, to Conor McHugh (C.McHugh@soton.ac.uk) by *31st March 2014*.

We are pleased to be able to cover respondents’ reasonable expenses for accommodation and travel within the UK.

REGISTRATION
A limited number of places are available at this workshop. Please contact Conor McHugh (C.McHugh@soton.ac.uk) to register.

ABOUT THE PROJECT
‘Normativity: Epistemic and Practical’ is a two-year AHRC-funded project aiming to explore the connections and relations between epistemic and practical normativity. More details about the project, and about upcoming events, can be found on the project website: http://blog.soton.ac.uk/normativity/.

Organisers: Conor McHugh, Jonathan Way and Daniel Whiting (Southampton)

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