Monday Wednesday Message Board

I’ve been travelling a bit and forgot to post the Monday message board for this week, so instead we have a Wednesday message board. Use this for all and any philosophical announcements.

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  1. Just a word to mention that there is a nice short paper (preprint) by two young french student and researcher, Paul Egré and Denis Bonnay, intended in response to Williamson’s anti-luminosity argument . It’s in english and available via Jean Nicod archive : “A non-standard Semantics for Inexact Knowledge with Introspection”. I was not able to find it on “Online papers” and thought it might be of interest to some of your reader (as you wrote on this topic in the past).

    Regards,
    Henri

  2. The annual conference of the British Society for Ethical Theory will take place at the University of Southampton, UK, 10-12th July 2006. Keynote speakers are Joseph Raz and Mark Timmons. More details here

  3. The First International Conference on Computational Models of Argument (COMMA 2006) will be held at the University of Liverpool, UK, from 11-12 September 2006.

    Papers are invited, with submissions due by 12 May 2006.

    Further details are available from the conference web-page.

  4. There will be a small conference/workshop in philosophy of mind at the Collegium Budapest in Budapest Hungary on March 29-31. This is a very late notice (Brian’s message board is new) but some people might find it useful to look at the workshop webpage since we have links to the papers that will form the bases of discussions on the site: http://www.colbud.hu/bloewer/
    If anyone decides to come at this late date get in touch with the organizers and we will try to help find lodging
    Katalin Balog
    Barry Loewer

  5. There will be a small conference/workshop in philosophy of mind at the Collegium Budapest in Budapest Hungary on March 29-31. This is a very late notice (Brian’s message board is new) but some people might find it useful to look at the workshop webpage since we have links to the papers that will form the bases of discussions on the site: http://www.colbud.hu/bloewer/
    If anyone decides to come at this late date get in touch with the organizers and we will try to help find lodging.
    Also, the Collegium Budapest is a good institution for philosophers to know about since they provide support for researchers in many fields including philosophy. Past fellows have included: Kati Farkas, Tim Crane, Julius Moravcsik, Tamar Gendler.

    Katalin Balog
    Barry Loewer

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