Research Group
in Analytic Philosophy

Epistemology (Ep)

Convenor: Fernando Broncano-Berrocal

The initial focus of the reading group will be on the nature and role of evidence. After that, we will turn to other topics in current epistemology related to the participants' research interests -- interspersed with working-progress-meetings as needed.

Meetings

- October 11, 2023.  Beddor, Bob (forthcoming). Prospects for Evidentialism. In Lasonen-Aarnio, Maria & Littlejohn, Clayton (eds.). The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy of Evidence. Routledge.

- October 25, 2023. Williamson, Timothy (forthcoming). E = K, but what about R? In Lasonen-Aarnio, Maria & Littlejohn, Clayton (eds.). The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy of Evidence. Routledge.

- November 8, 2023. Work-in-progress meeting: Joshua Myers

- November 22, 2023. Flores, Carolina & Woodard, Elise (2023). Epistemic norms on evidence-gathering. Philosophical Studies 180 (9):2547-2571.

- December 13, 2023. Work-in-progress meeting: Niccolò Rossi

- February 14, 2024. Hughes, Nick 2021. Epistemic feedback loops (or: how not to get evidence). Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 106 (2):368-393.

- February 28, 2024. Goodman, Jeremy & Salow, Bernhard (2023). Epistemology Normalized. Philosophical Review 132 (1):89-145.

- March 13, 2024. Goodman, Jeremy & Salow, Bernhard (2023). Epistemology Normalized. Philosophical Review 132 (1):89-145.