In October 2017, I will give a talk as part of the 5th annual conference of the European Normativity Network. This year's conference is taking place in Oslo. The organisers are Sara Packalén and Jonas Olson. The (working) title of my talk is: Bringing Higher-Order Evidence Down to Earth.
I am very excited to be one of the invited speakers at Jonathan Dancy on Reasons and Reasoning, the Third SaarLux Joint Conference on Reasons and Rationality, taking place in Saarbrücken, Germany, from July 6th to 8th 2017. The conference organisers are Frank Hofmann (University of Luxembourg), Susanne Mantel (Saarland University), and Eva Schmidt (Saarland University). The title of my talk is: Epistemic Worth.
On November 22nd 2016, I will be presenting in a research seminar to the Philosophy Department at the University of Reading. The title is: Reason United. I look forward to returning to my alma mater!
I am organising a workshop on May 23rd 2016 titled, 'The Normative Significance of Normative Beliefs'. The workshop is supported by the Analysis Trust, the Faculty of Humanities, and the Southampton Ethics Centre.
I will present a paper at this workshop - titled 'Is it Safe to Believe?' - alongside Maria Lasonen-Aarnio (Michigan), Paulina Sliwa (Cambridge), and Daniel Fogal (Uppsala).
More information about the workshop here.
On 9th February 2016, I will share some work-in-progress with participants in the Normativity and Rationality seminar at King's College London, organised by Clayton Littlejohn. The title is 'Reasons as Evidence (but Not of What You Ought to Do)'.
Philosophy at NYU Abu Dhabi is hosting a workshop on Normativity and Reasoning (January 24-26th) at which I will be presenting a paper. The provisional title is: Reasons as evidence (but not of what you ought to do).
I will be visiting the Philosophy Department of the University of Pennsylvania on November 4th 2015 to present a paper.
The (provisional) title is: Reasons as evidence (but not of what you ought to do).
On Friday 20th November, I will present a paper at Princeton University in its Normative Philosophy series of workshops. The title is: Reasons as evidence (but not of what you ought to do).
On Tuesday 24th November, I will be presenting a paper in the Practical Philosophy Workshop at Northwestern University. The title is: Reasons as Evidence (but Not of What You Ought to Do).
This is the second of two talks (see Epistemology Brown Bag below) I'll be giving during my time at Northwestern as a Visiting Scholar.
On Friday 16th October 2015, I will present some work to the Wittgenstein Workshop at the University of Chicago. The title of the talk is: Wittgenstein and/or Contextualism.