Pragmatist Perspectives on Truth and Knowledge

14th – 15th June 2013



  • Natalie Ashton (University of Edinburgh)
  • Cameron  Boult (University of Edinburgh)
  • Sarah Schoonmaker (University of Edinburgh)
  • Sebastian Köhler (University of Edinburgh)
  • Matthew Chrisman (University of Edinburgh), “Making Up Our Mind and What We Ought to Believe.”
  • Graham Hubbs (University of Idaho), “Saying ‘So’: Transparency and Transition.”
  • James O’Shea (University College Dublin), “On Non-Inferential Perceptual Knowledge.”
  • Michael Williams (Johns Hopkins University), “Knowledge: What’s the Use?”

Inquires to Cameron Boult and Sebastian Köhler

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