Welcome to our first in a line of several one-day workshop at which we meet to discuss work in progress of relevance to our understanding of metaphysical explanations!
9.30-10.40 Anna-Sofia Maurin (University of Gothenburg): “Grounding & Explanation: it’s complicated”
10.40-11.00 Coffee break
11.00-12.10 Alexander Skiles (New York University): “In Defense of Grounding Realism”
14.00-15.10 Naomi Thompson (University of Southampton): “Rethinking Fictional Irrealism”
15.15-16.25 Einar Duenger Bohn (University of Agder): “The Trickling Down Principle”
16.25-16.45 Coffee break
16.45-17.55 Robin Stenwall (University of Gothenburg & Lund University): “A Case for External Grounding”
Time & Place: The workshop takes place on Thursday, May 11, in room T340, Olof Wijksgatan 6 (“Gamla Hovrätten”). We start at 9.30.
Registration: Participation is free of charge. To register send an e-mail to Anna-Sofia Maurin (anna-sofia[dot]maurin[at]gu[dot]se). Everyone who register will be sent papers and abstracts by e-mail, and will be informed of any and every schedule-changes.
If you want to join the speakers for lunch/dinner (at your own expense), let Anna-Sofia know when registering (preferably asap).
You are very welcome to attend only select talks, but please make sure you arrive and leave during the breaks.