Here we’ll announce talks and seminars organized by the project, or of relevance to the project’s theme. Talks are normally given in room 10-12, Wednesday in room T340.

October 2019 (forthcoming) Anna-Sofia Maurin “Explanatory Distance”

May 22 2019 Robin Stenwall “Armstrong’s Truthmaker Argument for the Existence of States of Affairs Revisited”

Feb 27 2019 Andrew Brenner “Conditional Probabilities and Symmetric Grounding”

Nov 29 2018 Kelly Trogdon “Grounding and Explanatory Gaps”

Sep 19 2018 Uriah Kriegel “Grounding for Carnapians”

June 20 2018 Andrew Brenner “Explaining Why There Is Something Rather than Nothing”

May 30 2018 Anna-Sofia Maurin “Maximal Explanatory Distance”

May 16 2018, Alexander Skiles “On the Grounding-Explanation Link”

May 5 2018, Dan Marshall “Nominalism and Ideological Parsimony”

Feb 28 2018, Darragh Byrne “Anti-Physicalism and a Semantic Solution to the Pairing Problem”

Jan 1 2018, Anna-Sofia Maurin “A Van Inwagean Defense of Constitutionalism”

May 3 2017, Einar Duenger Bohn “What is the Meaning of Life?”

March 28 2017, Robin Stenwall “The Causal Irrelevance of Derivative Entities”

Feb 2 2017, Anna-Sofia Maurin “Grounding & Explanation: it’s complicated”