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Les visages du désaccord – Montréal, 26-28 mai 2016

Dates: 26-28 mai 2016
Emplacements: Université de Montréal et Université McGill
Page web avec tous les détails: http://grin.normativity.ca/disagreement-conference

As is well known, we disagree about all sorts of things, from factual matters to normative matters, that is, about what we shall or should do. But if disagreements are all too familiar, their nature and significance are far from well understood. This conference aims to investigate the various aspects of disagreement, by proposing an as yet unexplored comparative analysis of this transversal phenomenon.

Invited speakers:
– Annalisa Coliva (University of Modena/University of California at Irvine)
– Daniel Groll (Carleton College)
– Carrie Ichikawa Jenkins (University of British Columbia)
– Chris McMahon (University of California at Santa Barbara)
– Tristram McPherson (Ohio State University)
– Jonathan Quong (University of Southern California)
– Gurpreet Rattan (University of Toronto)
– Russ Shafer-Landau (University of North Carolina)
– Isidora Stojanovic (CNRS, Institut Jean Nicod)
– Ralph Wedgwood (University of Southern California, University of Birmingham)

Selected speakers:

– Jaakko Hirvelä (University of Helsinki)
– Nikolas Kirby (Oxford University)
– Rachel Rudolph (University of California at Berkeley)

Table ronde: « Les goûts, ça se discute ! »
Cette table-ronde rassemblera une philosophe qui travaille à l’intersection entre la philosophie et les sciences cognitives et qui s’est spécialisée en philosophie du vin, Ophelia Deroy (Institute of Philosophy, University of London), et un des œnologues Québécois les plus en vue, François Chartier, ainsi, bien sûr qu’un animateur des débats.

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