Perspectives on Neutrality II

June 30–July 1, 2023 at the University of Frankfurt

Friday, June 30, 2023

Suspension and inquiry
Alexandra Zinke (University of Frankfurt)

Sextus Empiricus on preconceptions of the divine and
suspension of religious judgment
Joachim Bromand (University of Frankfurt)
TBD: Suspension and inquiry in Sextus
Justin Vlasits (University of Illinois, Chicago)

When should a decision model decide to not decide?
An exploration in fast-and-frugal trees (FFTs)
Hansjörg Neth (University of Konstanz)
Believing in magic
Hong-Yu Wong (University of Tübingen)
From belief to suspension: a puzzle for agentialism about suspension
Matthew McGrath (Washington University, St. Louis)

Saturday, July 1, 2023

10:00–10:50Withhold by default: a difference between practical and
epistemic rationality
Chris Tucker (William & Mary, Virginia)
11:00–11:50Can higher-order suspension be rational?
Thomas Raleigh (University of Luxembourg)
13:30–14:20Suspending judgment and withdrawing belief
Hans Rott (University of Regensburg)
14:30–15:20Prospects and limits of a credence-account of suspension
Anna-Maria Eder (University of Cologne)

Verena Wagner (University of Konstanz) & Alexandra Zinke (University of Frankfurt).

Further Confirmed Participants:
Igor Douven (Sorbonne Paris), Robb Dunphy (University of Freiburg), Tim Kraft (University of Regensburg), Richard Lohse (KIT), Anne Meylan (University of Zurich), Krisztina Orbán (University of Tübingen), Chris Ranalli (Vrieje Universiteit Amsterdam), Luis Rosa (University of Cologne), Daniela Schuster (University of Konstanz), Julia Staffel (University of Colorado).

Participation is free of charge, but we ask participants to register.

You can register by sending an email to: contact(at)
The workshop is in-person only.

University of Frankfurt
Campus Westend
Room: NG 1.701

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