Annual St. Louis Area Philosophy of Science Association Meeting

April 27, 2019
9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Wilson Hall 104 (Danforth Campus)

Hosted by the WashU Department of Philosophy.

SLAPSA XI Schedule

9:30a     Coffee and General Congregation

9:45a     Alex Morgan (Rice University)“Implementation as Explanation: Systematicity in the ‘Age of the Brain'”

10:45a   coffee break

11:00a   Corey Maley (University of Kansas)“Analog Representation and Computation”

12:00p  break for lunch

1:30p     Luke Kallberg (Saint Louis University)“Do evolutionary arguments reveal an epistemic circularity threat for some empirical science?”

2:30p     coffee break

2:45p     Chris Dorst (WashU Philosophy) – “Why are the Laws so Useful?”

3:45p     coffee break

4:00p     Seth Reed (University of Missouri, St. Louis)“How to Distinguish Qualities and Dispositions”

5:00p     coffee break

5:15p     Jason Gardner (WashU Philosophy)“The Concept of Health, And Mental Health”

Parking map

For inquiries contact Carl Craver.