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Call for Abstracts on Knowledge and Agency

Fourth Annual Tennessee Value and Agency (TVA) Conference September 4-5, 2015 // The University of Tennessee-Knoxville Theme: Knowledge and Agency Keynote Speakers: Candace Vogler (David B. and
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Fourth Annual Tennessee Value and Agency (TVA) Conference September 4-5, 2015 // The University of Tennessee-Knoxville Theme: Knowledge and Agency Keynote Speakers: Candace Vogler (David B. and Clara E. Stern Professor of Philosophy, University of Chicago) John Schwenkler (Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Florida State University) Abstracts (of 2-3 double-spaced pages, prepared for blind review) due by May 15, 2015 by e-mail to EJ Coffman (ecoffma1@utk.edu) Much important and influential recent work in analytic philosophy lies at the intersection of epistemology, ethics, and philosophy of action and explores some or other of the following broad questions: – Are action-theoretic concepts central to the nature of knowledge? – What must you know in order to act (rationally, intentionally, freely, accountably)? – How can you know about what you do (rationally, intentionally, freely, accountably)? Abstracts that engage these and allied questions concerning the. . .

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