Schedule

April 24 & 25, 2009
Registration is now closed. There is no on-site registration.
Please Note: Conference registration has reached the maximum
capacity that the auditorium can accommodate.
Seating priority will go to registered participants.

The conference will take place in Fulton Recital Hall on the fourth floor of Goodspeed Hall. The entrance to the building and elevator are accessible just off of the Classics Quad.

>>> See Maps for directions and parking information.

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Thursday, April 23


Those arriving on Thursday and looking for something to do in Hyde Park might like to gather at the Woodlawn Tap (also known as Jimmy’s), a favorite local bar. See Maps for directions.


Friday, April 24


* indicates that registration fee is required

8:00-
9:00am
Registration
Breakfast & Coffee*
Classics Building, Room 110 – See Maps

9:00-
9:10am
Opening Remarks

Martha T. Roth
Dean of the Humanities, University of Chicago

9:10-
11:00am
Session 1

Jennifer Hornsby (Birkbeck College, London)
“Pre-Davidsonian Innocence”
Discussant: Jason Bridges (University of Chicago)

Audio Recording

11:00-
11:15pm
Coffee Service* Fulton Recital Hall
11:15-
1:15pm
Session 2

Gavin Lawrence (UCLA)
“Choice, Character, Eupraxia: Anscombe, Wickedness, and Acting Badly”
Discussant: Anton Ford (University of Chicago)

Audio Recording

1:15-
2:30pm
Lunch Break See Maps for options

2:30-
2:45pm
Coffee Service* Fulton Recital Hall
2:45-
4:45pm
Session 3

Kieran Setiya (University of Pittsburgh)
“Knowledge of Intention”
Discussant: Agnes Callard (University of Chicago)

Audio Recording

4:45-
5:00pm
Coffee Service* Fulton Recital Hall

5:00-
7:00pm
Session 4

Michael Thompson (University of Pittsburgh)
“Knowing What’s Up: The Unity of its Empirical and Practical Forms”
Discussant: Ben Laurence (University of Chicago)

Audio Recording

7:15-
8:15pm

Reception*

Ida Noyes Hall – see Maps

8:15-
10:15pm

Dinner*

Ida Noyes Hall – see Maps

Saturday, April 25


* indicates that registration fee is required

8:00-
9:00am
Breakfast & Coffee* Fulton Recital Hall
9:00-
11:00am
Session 1

Sebastian Rödl (University of Basel)
“Practical Knowledge and its Matter”
Discussant: Matthew Boyle (Harvard University)

Audio Recording

11:00-
11:15pm
Coffee Service* Fulton Recital Hall
11:15-
1:15pm
Session 2

Candace Vogler (University of Chicago)
“Nothing Added: §§19 and 20 of Intention”
Discussant: Eric Marcus (Auburn University)

Audio Recording

1:15-
2:30pm

Lunch Break

See Maps for options

2:30-
2:45pm
Coffee Service* Fulton Recital Hall
2:45-
4:45pm
Session 3

Anselm Müller (Keimyung University)
“Backward-Looking Rationality and the Unity of Practical Reason
Discussant: Doug Lavin (Harvard University)

Audio Recording

4:45-
5:00pm
Coffee Service* Fulton Recital Hall

5:00-
7:00pm
Session 4

John McDowell (University of Pittsburgh)
“Anscombe on Bodily Self-Knowledge”
Discussant: Matthias Haase (University of Basel)

Audio Recording

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