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A U S T R A L A S I A N  E X P E R I M E N T A L  P H I L O S O P H Y

C O N F E R E N C E -- 3 R D  A N N U A L


Keynote Speaker:

Stephen Stich (Rutgers University)


Victoria University of Wellington (Pipitea Campus [map]) • Wellington, New Zealand

13 - 14 October 2018

Conference Programme:

All sessions to be held in RH105.

All tea times to be held in RHMZ01.

Saturday, 13 October 2018

9.30AM - 10.30AM

Is the Ordinary Conception of Truth Evidence-Transcendent? Non-Philosophers and Philosophers on the Nature of Truth and Evidence

Joseph Ulatowski (University of Waikato)

10.30 - 11.00AM

Morning Tea

11.00AM - 12.00PM

(Mis)perceiving Moral Consensus

Daniel Simpson Beck (Victoria University of Wellington)

12.00PM - 1.30PM


1.30PM - 2.30PM

What Do Common Folks Think about Lying without the Intention to Deceive

Vladimir Krstic (University of Auckland)

2.30PM - 3.30PM

Are Epistemic Reasons Less Categorical than Moral Reasons?

Ramon Das (Victoria University of Wellington)

3.30PM - 4.00PM

Afternoon Tea

4.00PM - 5.30PM

The Quest for the Boundaries of Morality

Stephen Stich (Rutgers University)

7.00 PM: Dinner

Location: Thistle Inn (website)

Sunday, 14 October 2018

9.30AM - 10.30AM

Experience Machine Experiments: Testing the Importance of Relationships and Individual Differences

Dan Weijers (University of Waikato)

10.30AM - 11.00AM

Morning Tea

11.00AM - 12.00PM

Unjust Deserts: The Behavioural Correlates of Believing in Free Will

Melissa Snater (Victoria University of Wellington)

12.00 - 1.30PM


1.30PM - 2.30PM

Not a Problem, Part I: Evidence that Problem Intuitions Aren't Widespread

Eyuphan Özdemir (Victoria University of Wellington)

2.30 - 3.30PM

Knowledge and Cognitive Science from the Cross-Linguistic Perspective

Masaharu Mizumoto (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

3.30 - 4.00PM:

Afternoon Tea

4.00 - 5.30PM

Causal Attributions and Corpus Analysis

Justin Sytsma (Victoria University of Wellington)

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