It’s been a while since I posted here, largely because the young one on the right has been taking up a fair amount of time. So here are a few bits of news.
- Andy Egan and I have (very slowly) put together a collection of papers on epistemic modals and epistemic modality, and it is coming out with OUP this spring. The collection isn’t perfect; it should have come out ages ago, and contributor list is missing a certain something, but we hope it’s a valuable addition to the literature. I’ll hopefully write more about this closer to publication, especially about what I wish I’d done differently along the way to publication.
- The Philosophical Quarterly essay competition this year is on the topic of Hume after 300 years. There is a 1500 pound prize, so get your Hume papers ready.
- In Defence of a Kripkean Dogma is now available in preprint on the PPR website. Hopefully it will be in paper format soon!
- There is a workshop on Formal Epistemology and Experimental Philosophy at Tillberg University this Fall.
- The March 2011 issue of Philosophy Compass is out, with papers on truth in fiction, truthmaking, Leibniz’s Law, and many other fun topics.
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