New Insights in Religious Epistemology International Conference
23–25 June 2015
St Anne’s College
Oxford, OX2 6HS
Richard Cross, Notre Dame: “Testimony and Rational Belief in
Keith DeRose, Yale: “How to Appear to Know that God Exists”
Hans Halvorson, Princeton: “Foundations of the Fine-Tuning
John Hawthorne, Oxford/USC: “Fine-Tuning Fine-Tuning”
Peter van Inwagen, Notre Dame: “The Rev’d Mr Bayes and the Life
Jennifer Lackey, Northwestern: “Norms of Testimonial Uptake”
Paulina Sliwa, Cambridge: “Show and Tell”
Richard Swinburne, Oxford: “Phenomenal Conservatism”
Roger White, MIT: “Reasoning with Plenitude”
To register, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information about the New Insights in Religious Epistemology project, including podcasts of talks, can be found here.
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