Please join us on November 4, 2017 as the Philosophy Department at the University of Pennsylvania hosts the third Penn Reasons and Foundations of Epistemology Conference (PeRFECt3): Epistemology and Testimony in the Age of Fake News.
More information is coming soon, but for urgent requests, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone wishing to attend PeRFECt3 in any capacity must register. To register, fill out the form here.
Saturday, November 4th
9:45 AM - 10 AM, Pre-conference Meditation led by Lisa
10 AM - 10:30 AM, Breakfast and Lively Discussion, All are welcome
10:30 AM - 12 PM, Catherine Elgin, “Deweyan Democratic Deliberation”
12 PM - 1:20 PM, Lunch, All are welcome
1:20 PM - 2:50 PM, Sanford Goldberg, “Fake News and Epistemic Rot; or, why we are all in this together.”
2:50 PM - 3:15 PM, Afternoon Break 1
3:15 - 4:45 PM, Michael Lynch, “Fake News and the Politics of Truth”
4:45 PM - 5:10 PM, Afternoon Break 2
5:10 PM - 6:40 PM, Ernest Sosa, “Knowledge and Default, and Testimony”
7 PM, Dinner for Confirmed Dinner Participants, Distrito
PeRFECt talks do not have comments. Instead, we have include a number of faculty and graduate students to serve as Commentators-at-Large who are expected to be active participants in the discussion and help drive productive interaction.
Prof. Emmalon Davis (New School), Prof. Karen Frost-Arnold (HWS), Prof. Allan Hazlett (WashU), Prof. Mellisa Koenig (Minnesota), Prof. Anna-Sara Malmgren (Stanford), and Prof. Deborah Tollefsen (Memphis)
Graduate Student Commentators-at-Large
The Call for Commentators-at-Large for Grad Students is due Sept. 15. More information can be found here.
All of the talks and meals except dinners will take place on the fourth floor of Cohen Hall. Accessibility information for Cohen Hall can be found here.
We hope to make this event accessible to all who wish to participate. If you have any special requests for accommodations, please let us know as soon as possible by contacting us at email@example.com.
We are incredibly thankful to the Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium, the Penn Univiersity Research Foundation, the Penn School of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Conference Support Fund, and the Penn Department of Philosophy for their support of PeRFECt3.