The Australasian Association of Philosophy conference last week was excellent, as always. Congratulations to Al and Renee Hajek for doing a great job with the organization. I've put some photos from the conference online (including some from my end-of-conference party, where we got to wish David Armstrong a happy 80th birthday). I see that there are also blog reports on aspects of the conference from Russell Blackford (plus here), Richard Chappell (plus here and here), Kate Devitt, Kenny Easwaran, and John Wilkins. (Still waiting on reports from Gill and Matt.)
I've also put online the detailed handout from my talk at the conference: "Conceptual Analysis meets 'Two Dogmas of Empiricism'". To a first approximation, this paper attempts to address Quine's arguments from revisability and holding-true-come-what-may in "Two Dogmas", focusing on the issue of conceptual change, using tools drawn from 2D-style conditional conceptual analysis and Bayesian confirmation theory. As always, any comments are welcome.