JB News/Calls for Papers > Grad Student and Junior Faculty Workshop Opportunities: Intellectual Humility: Its Nature, Value, and Implications

Here is a great opportunity for many of you!

Intellectual Humility: Its Nature, Value, and Implications. May 8-11, 2015. A three-day seminar at the Fuller Guest Center (Pasadena, California) for 15 advanced graduate students or junior faculty (no more than 10 years past the PhD).

Faculty speakers include:
Joshua Alexander
Jason Baehr
Nathan Ballantyne
Heather Battalay
Jessica Brown
Adam Green
Peter Hill
Thomas Hofweber
Daniel Howard-Snyder
Thomas Kelly
Mark Leary
Sarah McGrath
J.L. Schellenberg
Dennis Whitcomb

Themes include:
The nature of intellectual humility
Empirical study of intellectual humility
Philosophical intuition
Metaphysical and religious modesty
Peer disagreement
Moral deference
Mind-reading, empathy, and intersubjectivity

$500 honorarium plus all expenses paid. Successful applicants will commit to studying items on the seminar syllabus prior to the seminar, and to attending the Capstone Conference on Catalina Island, May 10-14, immediately following the seminar, all expenses paid.
For more information and instructions on how to apply, see

Direct all questions to Application deadline: December 31, 2014. Winners will be announced January 15, 2015.
Supported by the Philosophy and Theology of Intellectual Humility Project at Saint Louis University. Funded by the John Templeton Foundation.

Josh Johnson
Saint Louis University
Department of Philosophy
3800 Lindell Blvd. Suite 130
St. Louis MO, 63108
October 1, 2014 | Registered CommenterGuy Axtell