Goethe Epistemology Meeting 2019 May 10/11th
GEM will bring together leading scholars and young researchers and provide a forum to discuss unpublished projects. The conference will be held over the course of two days and will feature two international keynote speakers and eight selected papers chosen via a blind-review process based on received submissions from a call for papers. We will be able to provide small travel bursaries to selected speakers, preference will be given to young researchers.There will be no fixed conference themes, although papers related to the work of the keynote speakers will be given special consideration. The conference intends to provide a forum for discussion of the latest developments in epistemology, broadly construed. The conference will be open to the public, though prior registration will be required for practical purposes. Each speakerslot will be 75 minutes long, 35-40 minutes for presentation, the remainder for discussion.
Keynote Speakers 2019:
Jessica Brown (St. Andrews)
Daniel Greco (Yale)
Building “Normative Orders”
60323 Frankfurt am Main Room 5.01
Friday, May 10th
Keynote 1: Daniel Greco (Yale): Fragmentation and CoarseGrained Content
Sophie Keeling (Edinburgh): Epistemic Basing - The SelfKnowledge Constraint
Annette Martin (NYU): Obliviousness: Racial, Gendered and Other
Jaako Hirvelä (Helsinki): Justification and the KnowledgeConnection
Paul Silva (Köln): Awareness-First Virtue Epistemology
Dinner (catered dinner on the rooftop terrace of the conference venue)
Keynote 2: Jessica Brown (St. Andrews): Collective ignorance
Simon Goldstein (Lingnan): Fragile Knowledge
Tim Smartt (Sydney): Does Ought Imply Can in Epistemology?
Alexander Dinges (Hamburg): Knowledge, Stakes, and Asymmetric Loss
Grace Helton (Princeton): The Import of Solipsism
Conference Dinner (Location TBA)
Call for Papers
We invite submission of high quality work in any area of analytic epistemology, including formal, social, and feminist epistemology. Papers engaging with the work of the keynote speakers will be given special consideration.
Papers should be suitable for 35-40 minute presentations and should not exceed 5000 words, excluding footnotes and bibliography. Papers should be prepared for blind review, and submitted as PDFs with a separate cover sheet that includes: the author’s name, institutional affiliation, contact information, paper title, word count and an abstract of no more than 200 words.
Deadline for submissions: March 15th 2019.
Notification of acceptance by April 1st 2019.