Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
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This year the ‘II International Colloquium on Analytic Epistemology’ will be held from 9-11 November,  in the Federal University of Mato Grosso (Cuiabá, Brazil). This is the second edition of the event and is dedicated to analytic epistemology . The Colloquium will follow with invited talks by some of the best contemporary epistemologists and a selection of contributed talks. This Colloquium is intended to be a major event of analytic epistemology in Latin America, providing a platform for future research guidelines. Such an event is of interest for all people dealing with epistemology in one way or another.

The international Colloquium on Analytic Epistemology is one of the events organized by the Research Group in Analytic Epistemology (CNPq), which is the most important research group for the study of analytic epistemology in Latin America, originally formed by Professor Claudio de Almeida (PUCRS).  Our former guests include some of the most influential authors in contemporary epistemology (and more): Fred Adams, Heather Battaly, Paul Boghossian, Anthony Brueckner, Otávio Bueno, David Christensen, Stewart Cohen, Juan Comesaña, Michael DePaul, Fred Dretske, Mylan Engel, Richard Feldman, Richard Foley, Gary Fuller, Richard Fumerton, Carl Ginet, Alvin Goldman, Nicholas Griffin, Stephen Hetherington (co-organizer of our 2010 Brazil Epistemology Conference), Risto Hilpinen, Paul Horwich, Thomas Kelly, Peter Klein, Jennifer Lackey, Keith Lehrer, William Lycan, Brian McLaughlin, Adam Morton, Ram Neta, Erik Olsson, John Pollock, Ted Poston, Baron Reed, Sherrilyn Roush, Sarah Sawyer, Thomas Señor, David Sosa, Ernest Sosa (co-organizer of our 2004 Brazil Epistemology Conference), Matthias Steup, John N. Williams, Michael Williams and John Greco.

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Organizing Committee 

Tiegue Vieira Rodrigues, chair

Carlos Augusto Sartori

Alexandre Meyer Luz

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Scientific Committee 

Roberto Pich (PUCRS), Chair

Alexandre Meyer Luz (UFSC)

Carlos Augusto Sartori (UFSM)

Emerson Carlos Valcarenghi (UFPI)

Felipe de Matos Muller (PUCRS)

Tiegüe Vieira Rodrigues (UFMT)

Walter Gomide do nascimento (UFMT)

Coming soon details about means of payment, and details about transportation and hotels.

For further information contact the organizing committee (epistemologybrazil2015@gmail.com).

Invited Speakers

Bernardo Gonçalves Alonso (UFMT)

Carlos Augusto Sartori (UFSM)

Cláudio Gonçalves de Almeida (PUCRS)

Clayton Littlejohn (King’s College London)

Duncan Pritchard (University of Edingburgh)

Eduardo Alejandro Barrio (UBA – Argentina)

Eleonora Cresto (CONICET – Argentina)

Felipe de Matos Muller (PUCRS)

Jason Stanley (YALE University)

Katia Martins Etcheverry (PUCRS)

Luís Filipe Estevinha Lourenço Rodrigues- (UFC)

Luis Rosa (UNILA)

Miguel Ángel Fernández Vargas (UNAM-México)

Rogel Esteves (PUCRS)

Tiegüe Vieira Rodrigues (UFMT)

Tito Alencar Flores (UNILA)

 

Submission Guidelines

We welcome submissions in the field of analytic epistemology, broadly construed. Contributed papers  can be written in English, Portuguese, or Spanish. An extended abstract (about 800 words, in any of these languages) of the paper must be submitted by September 30, 2015 to the organizing committee. Submissions must be made by e-mail only to the following address: epistemologybrazil2015@gmail.com.

Abstracts must give enough detail to allow the scientific committee to assess the merits of the work. Please, include an identification page with the author’s name, e-mail, his/her  professional category (professor, associate professor, researcher, or  student), and full institutional address.

Papers submitted by undergraduate students, in collaboration with their supervisors or other professionals, will be accepted.

Authors will be notified of acceptance or rejection by October 15, 2015. Abstracts will be available for participants by the time of the conference.

The best Contributed papers will be invited for submission (in full version) to a special volume.


09 Nov 2015 > Ocorrido há 1809 dias
09 Nov 2015 - 11 Nov 2015
30 Sep 2015
14 Sep 2015 - 09 Nov 2015

Program

PROGRAM  

The following program is provisory.

Monday 09/11 

08:00h – Registration

09:00h – Contributor’s Session 1

12:00h – Lunch

14:30h – Plenary Talk 1 – Rogel Esteves (PUCRS)

15:30h – Plenary Talk 2 – Bernardo Alonso (UFMT)

16:30h – Coffee Break

17:00h – Plenary Talk 3 – Miguel Angél (UNAM)

18:00h – Plenary Talk 4 – Jason Stanley (YALE)

 

Tuesday 10/11 

09:00h – Contributor’s Session 2

11:00h – Plenary Talk 5 – Felipe Rocha (UFBA)

12:00h – Lunch

14:30h – Plenary Talk 6 – Cláudio Almeida (PUCRS)

15:30h – Plenary Talk 7 – Carlos Sartori (UFSM)

16:30h – Coffee Break;

17:00h – Plenary Talk 8 – Luis Rosa (UNILA)

18:00h – Plenary Talk 9 –  Duncan Pritchard (Edinburg)

 

Wednesday 11/11 

09:00h – Contributor’s Session 3

11:00h – Plenary Talk 10 – Tito Flores (UNILA)

12:00h – Lunch

14:30h – Plenary Talk 11 – Felipe Müller (PUCRS)

15:30h – Plenary Talk 12 – Tiegue Rodrigues (UFMT)

16:30h – Coffee Break;

17:00h – Plenary Talk 13 – Kátia Etcheverry (PUCRS)

18:00h – Plenary Talk 14 – Clayton Littlejohn (King’s College London)



Coloquio de Epistemologia Analitica Brasil
Tiegue Vieira Rodrigues

We welcome submissions in the field of analytic epistemology, broadly construed. Contributed papers  can be written in English, Portuguese, or Spanish. An extended abstract (about 800 words, in any of these languages) of the paper must be submitted by September 30, 2015 to the organizing committee. Submissions must be made by e-mail only to the following address: epistemologybrazil2015@gmail.com.

Abstracts must give enough detail to allow the scientific committee to assess the merits of the work. Please, include an identification page with the author’s name, e-mail, his/her  professional category (professor, associate professor, researcher, or  student), and full institutional address.

Papers submitted by undergraduate students, in collaboration with their supervisors or other professionals, will be accepted.

Authors will be notified of acceptance or rejection by October 15, 2015. Abstracts will be available for participants by the time of the conference.

The best Contributed papers will be invited for submission (in full version) to a special volume.


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