Programme

Please note that details of the programme might change on short notice.
All events take place at Faculty of Philosophy. Radcliffe Humanities, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.

Friday 14th November
From 17:15
Drinks Reception
Everyone Welcome
Freud's Café-bar
Saturday 15th November
9:30-11:00
Noncognitivism and Epistemic Evaluations
Bob Beddor (Rutgers)
Respondent: Roger Crisp
Chair: Adam Lovett
Colin Matthew Room
Kant's Objection to the PII in the Nova Dilucidatio
Malte Biscof (St Andrews)
Respondent: Adrian Moore
Chair: Yaaron Wolf
Lecture Room
11:00-11:30
Coffee and Tea Break
Ryle Room
11:30-13:00
Govermental Intentions Don't Matter for Legitimacy
Matthias Brinkmann (Oxford)
Respondent: Thomas Sinclair
Chair: Annette Zimmermann
Colin Matthew Room
Exclusion Arguments: A Dilemma for Interventionism
James R. Otis (Rochester
Respondent:Oliver Rashbrook-Cooper
Chair: Michelle Liu
Lecture Room
13:00-14:30
Lunch Break
Ryle Room
14:30-16:00
Williamson's Earring's
Jeremy Goodman (NYU)
Respondent: John Hawthorne
Chair: Trevor Teitel
Colin Matthew Room
Virtuous Distinctions
Will Fleisher (Rutgers)
Respondent: Lizzie Fricker
Chair: Mike Deigan
Lecture Room
16:00-16:30
Coffee and Tea Break
Ryle Room
16:30-18:00
Keynote speech: Monkey See, Monkey Know? Povinelli's Problem and the need to mindread
Emma Borg (Reading)
Lecture Room
19:00
Conference Dinner
Attendance is free for speakers and presenters. Visitors will need to pay a small fee, and register in advance.
Turl Street Kitchen
Sunday 16th November
9:30-11:00
Logic, Mass, and Surrogative Representation
Michaela M. McSweeney
Respondent: Josh Parsons
Chair: Beau Mont
Colin Matthew Room
Reduction, Representation and 'Raising My Arm': A New Approach to Reduction in the Philosophy of Action
Thomas Quinn (Birkbeck)
Respondent: Rowland Stout
Chair: Hannah Laurens
Lecture Room
11:00-11:30
Coffee and Tea Break
Ryle Room
11:30-13:00
The Problem of Nomological Impossibility for Epistemic Structural Realism
Patrick Manzanares (Western Michigan)
Respondent: David Wallace
Chair: Jessica Leimann
Colin Matthew Room
The Ethics of Self-Fulfilling Belief
Gregory Antill (UCLA)
Respondent: Brian Ball
Chair: Sam Carter
Lecture Room
13:00-14:30
Lunch Break
Ryle Room
14:30-16:00
Aristotle on Why Only Humans Can Think
Elena Cagnoli Fiecconi (Oxford)
Respondent:Karen Nielsen
Chair: Jason Carter
Colin Matthew Room
Conditionals, Conditional Probability, and Simpson's Paradox
Ian Wells (MIT)
Respondent:Timothy Williamson
Chair: James Kirkpatrick
Lecture Room
16:00-16:30
Coffee and Tea Break
Ryle Room
16:30-18:00
Keynote speech: Necessity, freedom and responsibility in Aristotle's school
Sir Richard Sorabji (Oxford)
Lecture Room
From 18:00
Drinks
Lecture Room