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Conférence SCE/CSE 2019: Knowledge in a Digital World

CSE 2019 Conference Knowledge in a Digital World: Epistemic Injustice, Bias, and other Challenges in the Age of Artificial Intelligence November 14-16, 2019, Concordia University, Montréal. Thursday: JMSB-09 1450 Guy St, Montreal. Friday: LB-362, Webster Library, Concordia University, Pavillion J.W. McConnell Bldg, 1400 Maisonneuve Blvd W, Montreal. KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Karen Frost-Arnold (Hobart and William Smith Colleges) […]

Workshop GRIN: “On Being a Believer”, David Hunter (Ryerson)

David Hunter (Ryerson) – On Being a Believer Workshop Date: 22 novembre 2019, 13h-18h30 Salle/Room: A-2407, pavillon Maximilien-Caron, Université de Montréal (3101, chemin de la tour, Montréal, Qc.) Résumé/Abstract: This book is about being a believer, about having a cognitive perspective on the world. The leading idea is simple enough: to believe something is to be right […]

Conférence/Workshop GRIN – Dr. Michael Titelbaum (Winsconsin-Madison)

Dr. Michael Titelbaum (Winsconsin-Madison) Date: 27 septembre 2019, 10h-12h Salle/Room: 422, Stone Castle, (2910 Édouard-Montpetit, Université de Montréal) Résumé/Abstract: The Logical Firmament Most work in the epistemology of logic asks how inferential rules are known, and how individual steps in a proof are justified.  But what happens when single steps are composed into a complex derivation?  A […]

Conférence/Workshop GRIN – Dr. Victoria McGeer (Princeton University)

Dr. Victoria McGeer (Princeton University) Date: 20 sept. 2019, 10:00-12:00 Salle/Room: Leacock 927, McGill University (855 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal, QC H3A 2T7) Résumé/Abstract: Empathy Internalized: On the scaffolding power of self-directed emotion. It is commonly accepted that empathy plays a key role in moral agency.  More deeply, it is often held to play a critical role […]

Conférence/Workshop GRIN – Dr. Raamy Majeed (University of Auckland)

Dr. Raamy Majeed (University of Auckland) Date: 13 sept. 2019, 10:00 – 12:00 Salle/Room: 422, Stone Castle, (2910 Édouard-Montpetit, Université de Montréal) Résumé/Abstract: “Do Recalcitrant Emotions Show that Emotions are Modular?” The occurrence of recalcitrant emotions, i.e. emotional episodes that are in conflict with our considered judgements, are used as unproblematic means of motivating the view […]