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Northwestern’s Philosophy Department will be hosting a one-day workshop in philosophy of language (with some papers connected, directly or indirectly, to issues in epistemology) on Wednesday, Feb. 15. (This is the day before the main program of the APA Central begins at the Palmer House in Chicago, just a few miles to our south.) Details here (and more will be posted as they emerge).

Speakers include Kathrin Glüer-Pagin (U. of Stockholm), Mark Schroeder (USC), Seth Yalcin (Berkeley), and Ernie Lepore (Rutgers), with sessions chaired by Thony Gillies (Rutgers) and Gillian Russell (Washington U.), among others.

Those coming in for the 2012 APA Central should consider attending. For more information contact Fabrizio Cariani [f-cariani@northwestern.edu] or Michael Glanzberg [m-glanzberg@northwestern.edu].

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