I’m hosting a one day workshop on philosophical methodology in the (Rutgers, New Brunswick) department on Friday March 12, from 10am to 6pm. The workshop will feature papers by Joshua Knobe, Elizabeth Harman, Michael Strevens and Jennifer Nado. It will be held in the seminar room in Seminary 3, which is one of the two new department buildings. (It’s on Seminary Place, at George St, two blocks north of the New Brunswick train station.)
The papers by Harman and Strevens will be distributed ahead of time, and their sessions will mostly be Q&A on their papers; the papers by Knobe and Nado will be presented on the day, with questions afterwards. Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day.
The conference has no registration costs, but numbers are limited. As some of you may have seen from the talk last Thursday, the seminar room at Rutgers can get crowded for popular talks. So if you’re interested in coming along to it, could you leave a comment to this post registering your interest? There are about 20 spots left, though that number will shrink if more Rutgers or Arche folks are interested in coming along, since my employers get priority!
I’ll be posting a full schedule, along with the papers that will be distributed in advance, in the next week, but for now I’m just opening registrations. I hope to see many of you here at the workshop!