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From: Joachim Horvath <johorvath-5J26NkuiNbs <at> public.gmane.org>
Subject: Call for Participation: 1st Cologne/Leuven Epistemology Meeting
Newsgroups: gmane.science.philosophy.region.europe
Date: Monday 12th October 2015 14:51:42 UTC (over 2 years ago)
We are happy to announce that the first installment of a new series of 
"Cologne/Leuven Epistemology Meetings" will take place at the University 
of Cologne on October 30 & 31, with talks by epistemologists from the 
universities of Leuven, Cologne, and Bonn (schedule below).

Participation is free, but limited (due to space constraints). To 
register, please contact Jan Wieben
(Jan.Wieben-S0/[email protected]).

1st Cologne/Leuven Epistemology Meeting (Schedule)

Friday, October 30, 2015

13:15–14:30     Cameron Boult (Leuven): Categorical Norms and 
Convention-Relativism About Epistemic Discourse
14:45–16:00     Jan Wieben (Cologne): Practical Knowledge – Between 
Thought and Practice
16:15–17:30     Harmen Ghijsen (Leuven): The Epistemic Force of Sensory 
and Intuitive Presentations
17:45–19:00     Erik Stei (Bonn): Epistemology and the Plurality of
Logics

Saturday, October 31, 2015

10:00–11:15     Fernando Broncano-Berrocal (Leuven): The Lack of Control 
Account of Epistemic Luck
11:30–12:45     Joachim Horvath (Cologne): From Thought Experiments to 
Modal Epistemology
14:00–15:15     Francesco Praolini (Leuven): The Knowledge-Generating 
View of Evidence
15:30–16:45     Thomas Grundmann (Cologne): Knowledge from Forgetting

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Dr. Joachim Horvath
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Philosophisches Seminar
Universität zu Köln
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