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My paper about the informativeness of mistakes and what kinds of competences are epistemically significant was just published online
Supposedly, the author I am commenting on (this is for a special issue on a recent book) will write a reply to all the papers. I'm looking forward to it the most
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Now that we finally have decent versions of Lift, we can forget all about this band.
Going back home from a really cool conference. It's fun to be around people who care about similar things (and people who don't but that work on things that I can understand why there worry about the things that they worry). I'm energized by the responses I got, and I learnt a lot. What could be better?
(Going to cross the Eurotunnel now)
Hey! I am a PhD student in Cognitive Science in Budapest, Hungary.
Interests: Social learning, skill transmission (focusing on musical techniques), social cognition
Building a Cathedral — The Prepared
Very interesting article. I particularly liked the description of the notion of an accretive project.
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I got a rejection from a conference to present a paper. I'm a bit bummed out, but also relieved that I won't have to prepare that talk. I have 4 (to 6) more coming this summer, and it's probably too much already. This at least settles my schedule.
a PhD student in #philosophy, working in epistemology, metaphysics and philosophical logic.
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