Episteme Conference on Disagreement

EPISTEME: A Journal of Social Epistemology will hold its sixth annual conference at Northwestern University on June 26-27, 2009. The 2009 meeting will focus on the epistemological significance of disagreement.

Confirmed participants include: Michael Bergmann (Purdue), Stewart Cohen (Arizona State), Richard Feldman (Rochester), Sherrilyn Roush (Berkeley) and Roger White (MIT).

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: Papers should be no more than 5,000 words, including notes and references, and should be prepared for blind review. Electronic submissions should be sent to David.Christensen(at)Brown.edu by January 15, 2009. Approximately four papers will be selected from the submissions for presentation at the conference. The selected papers will also be published, along with the papers of the confirmed participants above, in a special issue of Episteme, with David Christensen as the Guest Editor.

Conference organizers are: Alvin Goldman (Rutgers), Jennifer Lackey (Northwestern) and David Christensen (Brown).


Episteme Conference on Disagreement — 1 Comment

  1. Two changes from the original posting: Most importantly, Richard Feldman is a confirmed speaker. Second, I’ve corrected an error in the length limit for submitted papers.

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