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Themes from the Philosophy of Stephen Yablo International Conference

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Themes from the Philosophy of Stephen Yablo International Conference

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08 dic 2021, 9:30 CET – 09 dic 2021, 20:30 CET


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We inform you of an international conference titled “Themes from the Philosophy of Stephen Yablo” will be held in english on the 8th and 9th of December 2021 at the Collège de France (site Marcelin Berthelot): the event is open to all and free of charge, within the limit of available seats. You can find the program here:  It will also be possible to attend parts, or all, of the conference via the videoconference platform Zoom. 

If you wish to participate online, you can sign up with this form:  The zoom links will be sent in due time to the email address indicated in the registration form.  

This conference is co-organized by François Récanati (chair of Philosophy of language and mind at the Collège de France) and Jean-Baptiste Rauzy (Faculté des Lettres of Sorbonne Université and UMR 8011 “Sciences, Normes, Démocratie”).


9h30 : Jean-Baptiste RAUZY (Sorbonne Université) et François RECANATI (Collège de France) Ouverture du colloque 

Président de séance : Salvador MASCARENHAS (Institut Jean Nicod) 

9h45 : Stephen YABLO (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Sense and Nescience 

10h30 : Discussion 

11h15 : Daniel ROTHSCHILD (University College London) Beyond Propositions: From Hamblin to Yablo 

12h : Discussion 

Présidente de séance : Maryam EBRAHIMI DINANI (Collège de France) 

14h : Matteo PLEBANI (Université de Turin) Predicative Subject Matter 

14h45 : Discussion 

15h30 : Max KISTLER (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, IHPST) Reply to the Exclusion Argument in Terms of Proportional and Specific Causation 

16h15 : Discussion 

16h45 : Pause 

17h15* : Carolina SARTORIO (Université d'Arizona) A Good Cause 

18h : Discussion


Présidente de séance : 

Anouk BARBEROUSSE (Sorbonne Université) 

10h15 : Paul ÉGRÉ (Institut Nicod - CNRS, ENS, EHESS, PSL) Two Kinds of Partial Truth 

11h : Discussion 

11h45 : Friederike MOLTMANN (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) Object-Based Truthmaker Semantics for Different Clause Types 

12h30 : Discussion 

Président de séance : Pascal LUDWIG (Sorbonne Université) 

15h : Gideon ROSEN (Université de Princeton) Coincidence and Consciousness 

15h45 : Discussion 

16h30* : Kit FINE (New York University) Is Self-Reference Possible? 

17h15 : Discussion 

17h45 : Pause 

18h15* : Seth YALCIN (Université de Californie, Berkeley) Iffy Knowledge and Iffy Existence 

19h : Discussion

Events* means via Zoom

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