We are happy to announce a book symposium on Sarah Moss’ upcoming book Probabilistic Knowledge. The symposium will take place August 16-18, 2017 at the University of Hamburg. It will not only feature Sarah talking about her new book but also a number of great commentators. For more information see here.
We are also happy to point out that there are funding opportunities for students who would like to attend the event. Interested students are warmly invited to apply with a short CV and a few lines stating why they would like to attend the symposium.
The project is currently looking for a PhD candidate to join the project. The position is fully funded and lasts for three years (it is ranked at a salary level of 65% compared to a full position). The candidate will be embedded into the project enabling him/her to profit from discussions with other project members working on similar issues. The position also comes with general travel funds and the opportunity to organize a workshop on one’s PhD topic or invite relevant guest speakers. You can find the official call for application here.
Should you have any questions, don’t hesitate to drop us a message, but make sure you have read the FAQs first.
We are happy to announce our first workshop, an Oldenburg meets Hamburg even on rationality. You can see the program here!
A second post-doc is about to join the project: Jakob Koscholke, currently a member of a project on coherence in Oldenburg.
There is a second post-doc position vacant in the project. The call has been closed.
Patricia Rich, currently a member of the Epistemic Utility Project in Bristol, is going to join the project as a post-doc, starting January 2017.
There is currently a post-doc position (3+1 years) vacant. Update: the position has been filled.