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Final CfP: 5th Annual Edinburgh Graduate Epistemology Conference

Final Call For Papers: The 5th Annual Edinburgh Graduate Epistemology Conference will take place 27th-28th May 2015. The keynote speakers will be Elizabeth Fricker (Oxford) and Jennifer Nagel
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Final Call For Papers: The 5th Annual Edinburgh Graduate Epistemology Conference will take place 27th-28th May 2015. The keynote speakers will be Elizabeth Fricker (Oxford) and Jennifer Nagel (Toronto). All graduate presentations will have respondents from faculty members at Edinburgh or a neighbouring university. We are inviting graduate students to submit essays within any area of epistemology (broadly construed). Essays should be approximately 4000 words, and should be anonymised for blind review. We would really like the conference to be representative of the graduate community and so we strongly encourage submissions from anyone working on epistemology who is a member of an under-represented group. We will be happy to help arrange free childcare for any attendees who would find it helpful. Please feel free to get in touch to discuss this, or any accessibility requirements you may have. The deadline for submissions is 1st March 2015. For more information, including details of how. . .

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