Notice: Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the formal epistemology workshop will take place online. Stay tuned for more information regarding the schedule and how to attend virtually.
Below is a list of the accepted papers and posters.
- Mikayla Kelley: On Accuracy and Coherence with Infinite Opinion Sets
- Sophie Horowitz, David Builes, Miriam Schoenfield: Dilating and Contracting Arbitrarily
- Kevin Dorst: Overconfidence in Overconfidence
- Jennifer Carr: Should You Believe the Truth?
- David Kinney: Why Average When You Can Stack? Better Methods for Generating Accurate Group Credences
- Paolo Santorio: Trivializing informational consequence
- Snow Zhang and Alexander Meehan: Kolmogorov Conditionalizers Can Be Dutch Booked (If and Only If They Are `Evidentially Uncertain’)
- Adam Bjorndahl: Knowledge Second
- David Mccarthy, Kalle Mikkola and Teruji Thomas: Aggregation for potentially infinite populations without continuity or completeness
- Boris Babic, Robert Winkler, Anil Gaba and Ilia Tsetlin: Noisy Stereotypes
- Benjamin Levinstein: Accuracy, Deference, and Chance
- Conor Mayo-Wilson: A Qualitative Characterization of Birnbaum’s Theorem
- Milana Kostic: Learning Conditional Information
- Michael Cohen: Opaque Updates
- Aleks Knoks: Epistemic conflicts and Defeasible Rules
- Sean Conte: How to beat Science and Polarize People
- Nathan Gabriel: Modeling the Compositional Alarm Calls of Putty-Nosed Monkeys
- Francesca Zaffora Blando: Algorithmic Randomness and Bayesian Merging of Opinions
- Dave Gottlieb: Ergodicity Economics: A Critical Review