Third Annual Graduate Epistemology Conference

31st May – 1st June 2013

Edinburgh, Dugald Stewart Building


  • Jennifer Lackey (Northwestern University), “What is Justified Group Belief?”
  • Linda Zagzebski (University of Oklahoma),  “A Defense of Epistemic Authority”
  • Andy Yu (Oxford University), “Knowledge, Probability and Action”
  • Michael Hannon (University of Cambridge) “Is Knowledge True Belief Plus Adequate Information?”
  • Andrew Peet (Arché, University of St Andrews) “Testimony in Context”
  • Paul Poenicke (University at Buffalo, State University of New York) “A Genealogical Resolution of the Swamping Problem”
  • Nicholas Laskowski (University of Southern California) “Practical and Evidential Epistemic Reasons”
  • Daniel Fogal (New York University) “Rational Requirements and the Primacy of Pressure”
  • Elena Derksen (Ryerson University) “The Possibility of Believing at Will”
  • Nick Hughes (Arché/CSMN) “E=K? (How Williamson’s Arguments Fall Short)”

Inquires to

Conference website

**SPA sponsored**