The conference will bring together established and emerging researchers with a view to exploring Agentialist accounts of self-knowledge, their problems and prospects.
DAY 1, Friday 19th May
9.00 Matthew Boyle, 'Self-Knowledge, Self-Concern, and the First Person Perspective'—Sophie Archer commenting
11.30 Rachael Wiseman, 'Self-Knowledge and Self-Ascription'—Roger Teichmann commenting
3.00 Matthew Parrott, 'Self-Blindness and Self-Knowledge'—Anil Gomes commenting
5.30 Richard Moran, 'Notes on What the Philosophical Topic of Self-Knowledge Might Be'
DAY 2, Saturday 20th May
10.30 Brie Gertler 'Self-Observation, Rationality, and Agency'—Bill Child commenting
2.00 Lucy Campbell, 'Self-Knowledge, Belief, Ability (and Agency?)'—John Hyman commenting
4.30 Johannes Roessler, 'Perception, Recognition and Self-Knowledge'—Eylem Ozaltun commenting
6.30 End of conference
Registration: Everyone is welcome to attend, but places are limited and so registration is required. The registration procedure is now closed.
If you find that registration is no longer possible via this link, please write to Sebastian Grève; you may have to be put on a waiting list.
Bursaries: There is a limited number of bursaries for graduate students, to cover registration and half of the accommodation costs. To apply, please contact Sebastian Grève.
For further information, please contact Casey Doyle, Sebastian Grève or Ben Sorgiovanni.
The event is jointly funded by St Hilda’s College, Queen’s College, the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Oxford, the John Fell Fund, the Mind Association and the Analysis Trust.