Session on “Belief and Reasoning” at the Minds Online Conference

This month at the Brains blog we are hosting an online conference in the philosophy of mind, and this week’s session on Belief and Reasoning is likely to be of interest to the audience at
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This month at the Brains blog we are hosting an online conference in the philosophy of mind, and this week’s session on Belief and Reasoning is likely to be of interest to the audience at Certain Doubts. The papers are: Ram Neta (UNC) “Basing Is Conjuring” (KEYNOTE) Grace Helton (University of Antwerp): “The Revisability View of Belief” Commentators: Michael Bishop and Neil Van Leeuwen Jack Marley-Payne (MIT): “Against Intellectualist Theories of Belief” Commentators: Keith Frankish and Eric Schwitzgebel Markos Valaris (University of New South Wales): “What Reasoning Might Be” Commentators: Matthew Boyle, Zoe Jenkin, and Chris Tucker Ram’s paper, which offers a new account of the basing relation, is the most epistemology-heavy, but everything here should be of interest to anyone working on belief, reasoning, evidence, etc. The discussion on these papers is open through Friday, September 18. Please, join in!

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