A workshop entitled
Free Will and Epistemology
is taking place on 26 October at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The workshop is about Robert Lockie’s book Free Will and Epistemology and the related philosophical problems. The workshop is co-organized by the Institute of Philosophy of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Central European University, and the Lund Gothenburg Responsibility Project.
Venue: Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 4 Tóth Kálmán str., 1097 Budapest, Trapéz room (7th floor)
9.10-10.00 Robert Lockie: The Epistemic Transcendental Argument against Determinism
10.00-10.50 András Szigeti: Some Comments on Chapter 8 of Lockie’s Free Will and Epistemology
11.10-12.00 Amit Pundik: What Kind of Probability is Lockie’s Negative Chance?
12.10- 13.00 László Bernáth: The Role of Transcendental Arguments
14.30-15.20 Paul Russell: Libertarianism and Free Will Pessimism
15.20-16.10 Anna Réz: Responsibility, Belief Formation, and “Ought Implies Can”
16.30-17.20 Ferenc Huoranszki: Self-determination, Causation, and Compatibilism
17.30-18.20 Timothy O’Connor: In Search of a Lockiean Theory of Self-Determination
For the website of the workshop click here.