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A Cross-Disciplinary Look at Scientific Truth: What's the Law to Do?

H. Kuklin, Brooklyn Law School

Susan Haack, Department of Philosophy and School of Law, University of Miami
Douglas L. Weed, Division of Cancer Prevention, National Cancer Institute (NIH)
Dennis M. Patterson, Rutgers School of Law Camden

Roundtable Discussion: D. Michael Risinger, Seton Hall Law School

Luncheon Speaker: Tal Golan, Department of History, University of California, San Diego

(Panel II) Modeling Truth: What Can We Prove?
Moderator: Margaret A. Berger, Brooklyn Law School

Jennifer L. Mnookin, UCLA School of Law
Steven Goodman, Co-director, Epidemiology Doctoral Program, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Richard Scheines, Department of Philosophy, Carnegie Mellon University
Discussant: Joshua Knobe, Department of Philosophy, University of North Carolina

(Panel III) The Discovery of Truth in Context
Moderator: Lawrence M. Solan, Brooklyn Law School

David Faigman, Law, University of California, Hastings
Richard B. Katskee, Americans United for Separation of Church and State
Frank C. Keil, Department of Psychology, Yale University
Discussant: Sam Glucksberg, Department of Psychology, Princeton University

Roundtable Discussion: Edward K. Cheng, Brooklyn Law School


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Contact: Lawrence M. Solan
larry.solan@brooklaw.edu
Brooklyn Law School
19-Jan-2007


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