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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

WORKSHOP: "Rethinking Reason", 28-31 March 2011

www.uni-saarland.de/rethinking
Contact: rethinking@gmx.net

Saarbruecken, Germany

Rethinking Reason: A Workshop with Elijah Millgram Monday, March 28, to Thursday, March 31, 2011, 
Saarbrcken (conference room 1.17 in building C7.4 on the university campus)

Monday, 14:15h to 18h
Can Metaethics Be Reduced to Practical Reasoning?

Tuesday, 14:15h to 18h
The Place of Modal Cognition in Reasoning

Wednesday, 14:15h to 18h
Is Logic at the Center of the Web of Belief? The Case of Epistemicism

Thursday, 10:15h to 14h
Can the Theory of Reasoning Be Formal? Lessons of Higher-Order Vagueness

The workshop is organized by the Philosophy Department of Saarland University. 
Researchers from all career stages are invited to take part: PhD students, postdocs, 
professors, and more. There is no fee, but please register by March 15, 2011.

The workshop programme and the texts for the optional prereading are now available 
on the workshop website www.uni-saarland.de/rethinking. For further information write 
to Svantje de Silva: rethinking@gmx.net.