New empirical studies on epistemic contextualism

Epistemic contextualism is the view that the verb “know” is a context sensitive expression. As a first approximation, epistemic contextualism states that in order for us to truthfully say a person “knows” a proposition, that person must meet the standards … Continue reading

CFP: Inductive Logic and Confirmation in Science II

(24-25 October 2014; Department of Philosophy, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, USA) Submission deadline: *** Friday, May 30, 2014 *** Notification by: June 30, 2014 Submission requirement: Extended abstract (1,000 words or less) Submit extended abstracts via email to jonah.n.schupbach@utah.edu. Accommodations: Expenses for travel, hotel, … Continue reading