Attendees listened to talks from Kenny Easwaran, Alan HaÌjek, Terry Horgan, Susanna Rinard, Sherri Roush, and Julia Staffel - and comments from Jennifer Carr, Fabrizio Cariani, Hanti Lin, Cat Saint-Croix, Jonah Schupbach and Brian Talbot.
The 2016 Res Philosophica Conference, Bridging Formal and Traditional Epistemology, was organized by Joe Salerno. Speakers were Kenny Easwaran (Texas A&M), Alan HaÌjek (ANU), Terry Horgan (Arizona), Susanna Rinard (Harvard), Sherri Roush (King's College London), and Julia Staffel (WashU). Commentators were Jennifer Carr (Illinois UC), Fabrizio Cariani (Northwestern), Hanti Lin (UC-Davis), Cat Saint-Croix (Michigan), Jonah Schupbach (Utah), and Brian Talbot (WashU). Session Chairs were John Greco (SLU), Lauren Olin (UMSL), Brandon Walker (SLU), Jonathan Nebel (SLU), Kent Staley (SLU), Roy Sorensen (Wash U). Saint Louis University graduate students who volunteered included Audra Goodnight, Luke Kallberg, Sahar Joakim, and Kevin Cutright.
|Saint Louis University graduate student Sahar Joakim welcomed guests at the 2016 Res Philosophica Conference, "Bridging Formal and Traditional Epistemology."|