Methodology week is now over: here are some photos. The conference was a success, with a number of interesting talks. Not all of the speakers put methodology front and center, but there were a lot of different approaches to philosophical methodology presented explicitly and implicitly. A recurring theme, present one way or another in all the papers, was the role of a priori methods in philosophy: their strengths and limitations, and their continuity or otherwise with empirical methods. In effect, two of the speakers challenged a priori methods, two of the speakers defended them, and two of the speakers questioned their distinctiveness.