The 1st Social Epistemology Network Event (SENE)
With keynote talks, early career sessions and contributed talks.
More information to come.
- Cristina Bicchieri (University of Pennsylvania)
- Sandy Goldberg (Northwestern University)
- Alvin Goldman (Rutgers University)
- Katherine Hawley (University of St Andrews)
- Paulina Sliwa (Cambridge University)
Early Career Sessions
- Adina Covaci (University of Leeds): Against Moral Deference Again
- Haixin Dang (Univerrsity of Pittsburgh): Epistemic Responsibility in Science
- Lewis Ross (University of St Andrews): What is the Locus of Scientific Progress?
- Eric Sampson (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill): Can We Rationally Believe Conciliationism?
- Mark Alfano (Delft University of Technology): Virtues for Agents in Directed Social Networks
- Katherine Dormandy (Innsbruck University): Types of Belief on Authority
- Paul Faulkner (University of Sheffield): On Conversion
- Carrie Figdor (University of Iowa): Trust Me - News, Credibility Deficits and Balance
- Axel Gelfert (Technical University of Berlin): What Is Fake News?
- Mikkel Gerken (University of Southern Denmark): Epistemic Diversity and Epistemic Injustice
- Jesper Kallestrup (University of Edinburgh): The Epistemology of Testimonial Trust
- Mihaela Popa-Wyatt (University of Birmingham): How Speech Alters Norms
- Robin McKenna (University of Vienna): Is Knowledge Socially Constructed?
- Joey Pollock (University of Edinburgh): Linguistic Understanding and Testimonial Warrant
- Lani Watson (University of Edinburgh): What Are Epistemic Rights?
- Stephen Wright (University of Oxford): Testimony, Knowledge and Reliability
Generously funded by the Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature (CSMN) at the University of Oslo.
For more information about the speakers and registration, see the Social Epistemology Network website.