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SEFA WORKSHOP WITH CRISPIN WRIGHT

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PROGRAM

Monday 14

[11:30 – 13:15] Crispin Wright (Northern Institute of Philosophy, University of Aberdeen): ‘Immunity to Error through Misidentification - Anything to do with the First Person?’
[13:15 – 15:15] Lunch break
[15:15 – 16:45] Rafal Urbaniak (University of Gdansk/Ghent University): ‘Neologicist Nominalism’
[16:45 – 17:00] Coffee break
[17:00 – 18:30] Jonathan Payne (University of Sheffield): ‘Syntactic Priority Generalised’

Tuesday 15

[09:45 – 11:15] Alexander Oldemeier (University of Leeds): ‘Conservativism, rule-circularity, and implicit definition’
[11:15 – 11:45] Coffee break
[11:45 – 13:15] Jesper Kallestrup (University of Edinburgh): ‘Overcoming Incompatibilism: From Epistemic To Semantic Circularity’
[13:15 – 15:15] Lunch break
[15:15 – 16:45] Olga Ramírez Calle (Saint Louis University, Madrid): ‘Blind reasoning, necessity and epistemic conditions’
[16:45 – 17:00] Coffee break
[17:00 – 18:30] Aidan McGlynn (Northern Institute of Philosophy, University of Aberdeen): ‘On Epistemic Alchemy’
[20:30] Workshop dinner (En Ville)

Wednesday 16

[10:00 – 11:30] Patrick Greenough (University of St. Andrews/University of Sydney): ‘Knowledge for Nothing’
[11:30 – 12:00] Coffee break
[12:00 – 13:30] Juan José Lara Peñaranda (Universidad de Murcia): ‘Crispin Wright on Meaning and Reference Indeterminacy’
[13:30 – 15:30] Lunch break
[15:30 – 17:15] Crispin Wright (Northern Institute of Philosophy, University of Aberdeen): ‘A Plurality of Pluralisms?’

Venue: Aula Magna, Faculty of Philosophy (4th floor), University of Barcelona

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