Schedule of Speakers

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

This miniconference was organized by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Duke University), 

Shaun Nichols (University of Arizona), and Ron Mallon (University of Utah). 


MI-1 Experimental Epistemology, Session 1   

9:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Location: Indigo 204B 


 Chair: Shaun Nichols (University of Arizona) 



9:00-9:45 AM       Wesley Buckwalter (City University of New York)   

                               Stephen Stich (Rutgers University) 


                               “Epistemology and Demography” 


9:45-10:30 AM      Jonathan Weinberg (Indiana University–Bloomington) 


“Bring in Da Funk, Bring in Da Noise: The Challenge of Performance 

Errors, Ecological Invalidity, Rough Heuristics, and Generally 
Deflationary Hypotheses Concerning Intuitive Data


10:30-10:45 AM    BREAK

10:45-11:30 AM     Ram Neta (University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill) 


                                “Knowing from the Armchair When Our Intuitions Are Reliable:  A Reply to Swain, Alexander, and Weinberg” 


11:30 AM-

12:15 PM                Jen Wright (College of Charleston) 


                                 “Intuitional Stability: An Experimental Exploration” 

12:15-2:00 PM        LUNCH 


MI-2 Experimental Epistemology, Session 2 

2:00-5:35 p.m., Location: Indigo 204B 


 Chair: Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Duke University) 



2:00-2:45 PM        Ángel Pinillos (Arizona State University) 


                                  “Knowledge and Stakes” 


2:45-3:30 PM         Jonathan Schaffer (Rutgers University and Australian National University) 


                                “Knowledge, Stakes, and Mistakes” 


3:30-3:45 PM         BREAK

3:45-4:30 PM         Jennifer Nagel (University of Toronto) 


                                “Armchair-Friendly Xphi” 


4:30-5:15 PM           Robert Audi (University of Notre Dame) 


                                  “Experimental Philosophy and the Evidential Value of Intuition” 

5:15-6:30 PM            RECEPTION