All talks will take place at the University of Pennsylvania, Cohen Hall, Room 402.
(Map here: https://goo.gl/maps/pUQciL8X8Z6AKnVD9)
Support for this year's workshop is generously provided by The University of Pennsylvania's Department of Philosophy and the Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium.
Friday, May 13
12:30pm: Coffee, light refreshments (provided)
1pm - 2:45pm: Daniel Greco "On the Inescapability of Idealization in Epistemology"
3pm - 4:45pm: Arianna Falbo, "Should Epistemology Take the Zetetic Turn?"
Saturday, May 14
9am: Coffee, light breakfast (provided)
9:30am - 10:45am: Daniel Wodak (TBD)
11am - 12:45pm: Jordan Walters, "The Aptness of Envy"
1pm - 2:30pm: Lunch, Goldie's Falafel (provided)
2:30pm - 4:15pm: Hille Paakkunainen, "Good Reasoning in the Face of Encroachment"
4:30pm - 6:15pm: Sarah McGrath "Ethics: How hard can it be?"
8pm: Dinner, Twenty Manning (for invited speakers)