I’m pleased to provide this pointer to the Evidence Conference May 29 – May 30, 2010. This marks a new partnership between St. Andrews and Rutgers. This is the start of many great events to come.
Looking at the lineup, hopefully the talks on Saturday target the concept of ‘evidence’. The topics relate to evidence, but they are more meta-topics that range over evidence. I’m sure Neta, Goldman, and Siegel will target ‘evidence’ as they discuss, for example, higher-order reasons, reliabilism and evidentialism, and cognitive penetration. Either way, this should be a great conference. You can apply to attend the conference from the conference website. Unfortunately, I’m unable to attend the conference, but the conference organizer (Yuri Cath) mentioned here that there might be audio from the conference. I will keep you informed if a link to the audio surfaces.