FEW 2006 Schedule


All sessions of FEW 2006 will be held in the The Lipman Room.
Papers should be ~45 minutes with ~15 minutes of commentary and ~30 minutes of discussion.
A computer projector and a black/white board will be available for all sessions.

 

25-May

26-May

27-May

28-May

8:30-9

 

mingling/coffee

mingling/coffee

mingling/coffee

9–10

Tutorial on Judgment Aggregation
Part I

 

Christian List

 

[abstract | tutorial1]

 

Tutorial on Judgment Aggregation
Part II

 

Christian List

 

[abstract | tutorial2]

Tutorial on “No Free Lunch” Theorems

 

David Wolpert

 

 

[abstract | tutorial]

10-10:15

welcome/coffee

break

10:15–11:45

“When are Context-Sensitive Beliefs Relevant?”

Mike Titelbaum

 

[abstract | paper | handout]

Commentator:

Chris Meacham

 

[comments]

 

“What can we rationally value?”

 

Katie Steele

 

[abstract | paper]

 

Commentator:

Kenny Easwaran

 

[comments]


“Reflection and Disagreement”

 

Adam Elga

 

[abstract | paper]

Commentator:
Alan Hájek

 

[comments]

“Games with Zero-Knowledge Signaling”

 

Edward Epsen

 

[abstract | paper]

 

Commentator:

Ryan Muldoon

 

[comments]

11:45–1:15

Lunch

1:15–2:45

  “Belief, Knowledge and Tracking the Truth &
Sentences, Propositions, and Beliefs


Horacio Arló-Costa &
Rohit Parikh

 

[abstract1 | paper1 | paper2]

 

Commentator:

Sherri Roush

 

[comments]

“Strong Foundationalism and Bayesianism”

 

Lydia & Tim McGrew

 

[abstract(s) | paper(s)]


Commentator:

Peter Vranas

 

[comments]

“Induction and Simplicity”

 

Gilbert Harman &

Sanjeev Kulkarni

 

[abstract | paper]

 

Commentator:

Brian Weatherson

 

[comments]

“Conditional assertions and conditional propositions”

 

Robert Stalnaker

 

[abstract | paper]

 

Commentator:

Andy Egan

 

[slides]

2:45–3

break

break

break

farewell

3–4:30

“Understanding the Brandenburger-Keisler Belief Paradox”

 

Eric Pacuit

 

[abstract | paper]

 

Commentator:

Marc Pauly

 

[comments]

“Inductive Influence”

 

Jon Williamson

 

[abstract | paper] 

 

Commentator:

Stephan Hartmann

 

[comments]

“Abducted by Bayesians”

 

Jan-Willem Romeijn

 

[abstract | paper]

 

Commentator:

Franz Huber

 

[comments]

 

4:30–4:45

break

break

break

4:45–6:15

 

“Belief Revision in a Dynamic Epistemic Framework”

 

Johan van Benthem

 

[abstract | paper]

 

Commentator:

Gillian Russell

 

[comments]

 

“Electronic Mail, Collective Action, and Individual Choice”

 

Sara Rachel Chant

 & Zac Ernst

 

[abstract | paper]

 

Commentator:

Justin Fisher

 

[comments]

“A Dilemma For Jeffrey Conditionalizers”

 

Jonathan Weisberg

 

[abstract | paper | slides]

 

Commentator:

Carl Wagner

 

[comments]

 

6:15–8

dinner

dinner

dinner

8-9:30

 

“Why Epistemology Can't be Operationalized”

 

Keynote Address

 

Timothy Williamson

 

[abstract | paper | handout]