October 18, 2010
University of Copenhagen
Venue: Room 14.2.50, Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen. (Directions and link to campus map given below.)
Monday, October 18:
|9.30- 10.50||Martin Smith (Glasgow): Entitlement and Evidence|
|10.50- 12.10||Tomoji Shogenji (Rhode Island): Explanatory Power of Truth from the First-Person Perspective|
|12.10- 13.10||Lunch break|
|13.10- 14.30||Julien Dutant (Geneva): Methods Models for Belief and Knowledge|
|14.30- 15.50||Jens Christian Bjerring (ANU/Copenhagen): Non-Ideal Epistemic Spaces|
Abstracts are available here.
Attending the workshop is free, but people who wish to attend the workshop must register by emailing Nikolaj J. L. L. Pedersen (email@example.com) no later than Monday October 11.
FEW20101018 is funded by Prof. Vincent Hendricks' Elite Research Prize, awarded in 2008 by the Danish Ministry for Science and Innovation.
A map of the Faculty of Humanities campus is available here. Room 14.2.50, the workshop venue, is in Old KUA (coloured blue in the map).
Directions to the workshop venue
From the airport to the Faculty of Humanities: Take the yellow Metro line M2 towards Vanløse. At Christianshavn change to the green line M1 (direction: Vestamager) and go to Islands Brygge, marked "M" in the campus map.
From Nørreport and Kongens Nytorv: Take the green Metro line M1 towards Vestamager. Go to Islands Brygge, marked "M" in the campus map.
From the City Hall Square: Take bus no. 12 or 33 from City Hall Square (Rådhuspladsen) to Universitetet, Amager stop. City Hall Square is a 5 minute walk from Central Station.
Suggestions for hotels
Norlandia Richmond Hotel