Organiser and Venue
The workshop is organized by the research project Representationalism or Anti-representationalism? Perspectives on Intentionality from Philosophy and Cognitive Science, led by Jonathan Knowles (Norwegian University of Science and Technology NTNU), the Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence, Reasons and Religious Recognition (University of Helsinki) and the Nordic Pragmatism Network, coordinated by Henrik Rydenfelt.
The workshop takes place at the Faculty room (tiedekuntasali) of the Faculty of Theology, University of Helsinki, address Vuorikatu 3 (courtyard), floor 5B.
The workshop is open for all, but the organizers kindly ask for a registration by email in advance (info(at)nordprag.org).
Wednesday, 4 January
||Simon Blackburn (Cambridge)
Pragmatism and the common pursuit
||Henrik Rydenfelt (UEF)
Anti-representationalist (moral) realism
||Robert Kraut (Ohio State University)
Representation without taxation
Thursday, 5 January
||Steven Levine (UMass Boston)
Representation and objectivity
||Sami Pihlström (Helsinki)
Pragmatic realism, recognition, and the possibility of religious metaphysics
||Cheryl Misak (Toronto)
Walk the line: the pragmatism and minimal metaphysics of Peirce and Ramsey
||Jonathan Knowles (NTNU)
Thomasson’s pragmatist consolation to metaphysics: a critique and an alternative
||Chiara Ambrosio (UCL)
What do we need metaphysics for – Peirce’s first rule of reason