Workshop on Michael Kremer: "Ryle and Know-How"

A Conference at the University of Leipzig, Jul. 9 - 11, 2020
 
IN THE CONTEXT OF COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS, THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE TAKING PLACE ONLINE, VIA ZOOM.
Workshop-outline:
This is a graduate workshop on the theme of ‘Ryle and Know-How’, featuring commentary and a key-note talk from Professor Michael Kremer from the University of Chicago. It will take place on 9-11th July 2020.
The workshop is, in part, the culmination of a graduate seminar on know-how that has been held in the Winter and Summer semester in Leipzig.
The graduate presentations, on 9-10th July, from Leipzig MA students, focus on topics discussed in Kremer’s work on Ryle and know-how, and some closely connected topics including: intelligence, skill, action, knowledge as such, practical knowledge, dispositions, capacities, learning, teaching, and free will.
The keynote from Michael Kremer will take place on 11th July.
Other graduates and members of staff at the University of Leipzig, or the University of Chicago, are warmly invited to attend.
Access:
Graduates/Staff at the University of Leipzig, or the University of Chicago who would like to attend the workshop may contact the organisers for access (vanessa.carr[at]uni-leipzig.de). You will be provided with a link and password for the Zoom meeting.  
The workshop papers will be distributed in advance, through a password protected folder. You will also be provided with access to this if you contact the organiser in order to attend the workshop. 
Schedule:
Thursday 9th July 15.00-19.00 (08.00-12.00 Chicago time):
  • 15.15 – 16.15: Anna OSWALD: The Logical Priority of Non-Propositional Knowledge
  • 16.30 – 17.30: Noah WALDSCHMIDT: And Yet Ryle is a Behaviourist
  • 17.45 – 18.45: Thaddäus NAß: Intellectualism and Criteria for Intelligent Actions
Friday 10th July 15.00-19.00 (08.00-12.00 Chicago time):
  • 15.15 – 16.15: Jana BAUM: Ryle on Voluntary Actions: A Dispositional Explanation Model
  • 16.30 – 17.30: Aline FELK: First-Personal Knowledge Requirements and Know-How
  • 17.45 – 18.45: Jens EBERHARD: On Knowledge How and its Practical Representation
Saturday 11th July 16.00-18.00 (09.00-11.00 Chicago time): Keynote by Prof. Kremer: “The Development of Ryle’s Conception of Knowledge

Location:

ZOOM

Dates:

9 – 11 July 2020

Contact:

vanessa.carr@uni-leipzig.de