Keynote Speaker


Branden Fitelson

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Rutgers University


Areas of Specialization

Philosophy of Science, Logic, Epistemology,

Decision Theory, Metaphysics


Selected Publications

·     “The Plurality of Bayesian Measures of Confirmation and the Problem of Measure Sensitivity,” Philosophy of Science, 1999.

·      “Symmetries and Asymmetries in Evidential Support,” Philosophical Studies, 2002 (with Ellery Ells).

·     “Putting the Irrelevance Back into the Problem of Irrelevant Conjunction,” Philosophy of Science, 2002.

·      “A Probabilistic Theory of Coherence,” Analysis, 2003.

·      “Steps toward a Computational Metaphysics,” Journal of Philosophical Logic, 2007 (with Ed Zalta).

·      “What is the Equal Weight View?” Episteme, 2009 (with David Jehle).

·      “Strengthening the Case for Knowledge from Falsehood,” Analysis, 2010.