Intellectual Humility: Its Nature, Value, and Implications

Fuller Guest Center, Pasadena, CA

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). The seminar begins at 4pm, Friday, May 8, and ends at 11:30am, Monday, May 11. Faculty guests 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, and Dennis Whitcomb. Themes include: nature of IH, empirical study of IH, philosophical intuition, metaphysical and religious modesty, peer disagreement, moral deference, situationism, fallibilism, 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 11-14, immediately following the seminar, all expenses paid. To apply, send these items in one email to humility@slu.edu with the subject heading **IH May 2015 Seminar**: (i) a brief cover letter, (ii) a current CV, (iii) one writing sample, and (iv) an explanation of how this seminar will enhance your professional development (not to exceed 500 words). Direct all questions to Dan.Howard-Snyder@wwu.edu. Deadline: December 31, 2014. Winners will be announced January 15, 2015.
*If you are a successful applicant and childcare duties render your attendance difficult, Dan Howard-Snyder will do his best to find a way for your childcare needs to be met.*



Day 2 Schedule