Bologna Third Pluralism Workshop - Schedule
The format of the event is meant to give the opportunity to present your work in progress in a very informal and collaborative environment. Each speaker will have one-hour slot for presentation and Q&A.
As part of the research network activities we have decided to the give opportunity to network PhD students to present their dissertation drafts once they are in an advanced stage of the writing process. This time we will dedicate some of the slots to Will Gamester for presenting his PhD dissertation on truth pluralism (provisional title Pluralistic Engineered Alethiology).
|December 19||December 20||December 21|
|10-11||Filippo Ferrari and Sebastiano Moruzzi
Logical Pluralism, Indeterminacy and the Normativity of Logic
Logical Pluralism and Normativity
|11.00-12.00||Filippo Ferrari and Erik Stein
Logics, Norms and Reasoning
|11.00-12.00|| Luca Zanetti
Certainty through self-refutation
"Truth: Explanation, Success, and Coincidence" or "OMG?!: Truth Pluralism, Mixing Problems, and the One-Many Gambit"
Pure Epistemic Pluralism
Logical and epistemic normativity: two birds with one stone?
"Infinite Liars are Better than One"
The Quinean Route to Logical Pluralism
Truth in Contractualism
|15.30-16.00||Coffee break||15.00-15.30||Coffee break||15.00-15.30||Coffee break|
Was Dummett a Truth Pluralist?
|15.30-16.30||Andrea Sereni and Maria Paola Sforza Fogliani
Who Watches the Watchmen? Some Metatheoretical Challenges for Logical Pluralism
A case for pure deflationism
Truthmaker Maximalism and the Truthmaker-Paradox
The Traditional Response to the Logical and Semantic Paradoxes: A Critical Examination
|Workshop dinner, 8pm Ristorante "C'era una volta", Via M. D’Azeglio, 9 - 40123 Bologna|
|Venue: Sala rossa, via Azzo Gardino 23, 40126 Bologna (Italy)|