April 05, 2006

Stirling Conference on Epistemic Value, August

There'll be a conference on Epistemic Value at the University of Stirling August 19-20, which to my great pleasure I've been invited to comment at. Website here (this post was occasioned by my noticing that they'd added me to the list).

I'm very excited about the opportunity to take part in the conference. The question of what properties are epistemically valuable is one I've been interested in since I started seriously working on epistemology, and a lot of excellent work is being done on it. It's an honor to be asked to participate.

More details (including how to register, if you're interested) at the conference website.

Posted by Matt Weiner at April 5, 2006 07:01 PM

Ah Stirling. Only last year we got shipped over there once a week in a big bus to take classes. The cafeteria is cheap and does nice sausage rolls, though perhaps they'll have laid on something classier for the conference.

Posted by: Aidan at April 6, 2006 01:33 PM

A case of bird flu was confirmed today in Scotland--stick to the sausage rolls.

Posted by: Diana at April 7, 2006 01:04 PM

The confirmed case was a swan. For the record, I'd like to say Scots don't eat swans. Deep-fried Mars bars, yes, but no swans.

Posted by: Aidan at April 8, 2006 02:01 PM

Hey, congrats!

Posted by: Cala at April 8, 2006 02:22 PM