St. Louis Annual Conference on Reasons and Rationality

May 20-22, 2018

All talks are in the Moonrise Hotel, St. Louis, MO.
Sunday, May 20
Keynote address: Mark van Roojen (Nebraska)
Monday, May 21
Daniel Wodak (Virginia Tech)
“An Objectivist’s Guide to Subjective Reasons”
Chair: Robert Johnson (Missouri)
Pamela Robinson (Rutgers)
“The Incompleteness Problem for Theories of Rationality”
Chair: Keshav Singh (North Carolina)
Gregory Antill (Claremont McKenna)
“Akrasia, Agency, and the (Normative) Environment”
Chair: John Phillips (North Carolina)
Benjamin Wald and Julia Smith (Toronto)
“Intellectualist Account of Reasoning”
Chair: Jonathan Way (Southampton)
Samuel Gavin (Pittsburgh)
“Constitutivism and Generics”
Chair: Michael Vossen (Queen’s)
Tuesday, May 22
Javier González de Prado Salas (New University of Lisbon)
“Dispossessing Defeat”
Chair: Aaron Elliott (Nebraska)
Franziska Poprawe (Oxford)
“A Scope-Independent Account of what Rationality Requires”
Chair: Etye Steinberg (Toronto)
Jack Woods (Leeds)
“Abductive Immodesty”
Chair: Claire Field (St. Andrews)
Desheng Zong (Shanghai)
“Errors in Practical Knowledge”
Chair: Cat Saint Croix (Michigan)
Alex Worsnip (North Carolina)
“Disagreement as Interpersonal Incoherence”
Chair: Marc-Kevin Daoust (Montreal)
SLACRR is sponsored by UMSL, WUSTL, and SLU.  To register for SLACRR, just email stating that you plan to attend. Conference participants can book rooms in the Moonrise Hotel at the conference rate. When reserving your room, be sure to use the Group Code: SLACRR2018
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