As part of my AHRC funded project on Higher-Order Evidence in Epistemology, Ethics, and Aesthetics , I am organising a workshop to take place on September 17th 2019. I will be presenting a paper titled: "Lovers, Snobs, and Faddists: Admiration, Appreciation, and Higher-Order Evidence".
The other speakers will be Elinor Mason (Edinburgh), Zoë Johnson King (NYU), and Benjamin Kiesewetter. For more information, including details of how tor register, visit here.
I look forward to contributing to a workshop involving researchers in law and philosophy on Responsibility, Knowledge, and Belief on December 14-15 2019 at Senate House in London. The workshop is jointly sponsored by John Hyman's ERC-funded Roots of Responsibility project and Alexander Greenberg’s Leverhulme project, Belief in Philosophy and the Criminal Law, The title of my talk is TBC.
On October 15th 2019, I will give a talk to the Philosophy Department at the University of Glasgow as part of its "Senior Seminar" series. The title is TBC.
On Oct 17th 2019, I will visit the Philosophy Department at the University of Stirling to give a talk. The title is TBC.
On May 21-22, I will participate in a conference on the above theme at the University of Edinburgh. The event, supported by a British Society of Aesthetics Connections grant, is organised by Alex King (SUNY Buffalo) and Dominic McIver Lopes (British Columbia). The *provisional* title of the talk is "Lovers, snobs, and faddists: admiration, appreciation, and higher-order evidence".
I will participate in the New York University - Abu Dhabi workshop on Normativity and Reasoning taking place 13-15 January 2019, I look forward to responding to a presentation by Daniel Wodak.
On Wednesday 5th December 2018, I will present a paper at the Philosophy Club at St Andrews. The title of my talk is "A modal theory of reasons". I look forward to it!
On 23-24 March, I will be speaking at a workshop on Epistemic Normativity at the University of Luxembourg, organised by Frank Hofmann and Christian Piller. The title of my talk is: Justified Belief as (a Sort of) Safe Belief.
On March 30th 2018, I will present a paper to the Philosophy Department at Yale-NUS College in Singapore. The title is "Epistemic Worth".