This Week at the Institute
Wed 25 May, 6.00 pm
JACOBSEN LECTURE: Chancellor's Hall (Senate House, first floor)
Kit Fine (NYU)
Thurs 26 May, 2.00 pm – NEW EVENT
IP Seminar: G37 (Senate House, Ground Floor)
Michael Devitt (CUNY)
Methodology and the Nature of Knowing How
Thurs 26 May, 4.00 pm
Perception, Senses and Action Forum: G37 (Senate House, Ground floor) – NB. room change.
Malcolm Galloway (Cellular Pathology, Royal Free Hospital)
Pathological Diagnosis - meaning, communication and classification in pathology
Tues 31 May, 12.30 pm [NB. earlier than usual]
IP Logic and Metaphyics Forum: G26 (Senate House, Ground Floor).
Mark Wilson (Pittsburgh)
Naturalism and our Computational Place in Nature
Wed 1 Jun, 6.00 pm
Chandaria Laureate Lecture Series: Chancellors Hall (Senate House, first floor)
Dan Sperber (Jean Nicod and CEU)
Reasons, Reasoning and Rationality: A Cognitive and Social Perspective
Lecture 1. Reasons in reasoning
Followed by a reception
The next two lectures in the series will be 10 June 'Reasons for reasoning' and 14 June 'Reasoning and rationality'.
Thurs 2 June, 3.00 pm [NB. earlier start time than usual]
Perception, Senses and Action Forum: G37 (Senate House, ground floor)
Corrado Sinigaglia (IP & Milan)
The Space of Actions
CONFERENCES IN JUNE
Thurs 16 – Sat 18 Jun, ST274/275 (Day 1, Stewart House) & G22/26 (Senate House)
Three-Day Conference: Aesthetics, Art and Pornography
Martin Kemp (Oxford, History of Art), Jerrold Levinson (Maryland)
Jesse Prinz (CUNY), Elisabeth Schellekens (Durham)
Stephen Mumford (Nottingham), Pamela Church-Gibson (University of the Arts)
Supported by the American Society for Aesthetics, British Society of Aesthetics, and the School of Arts and the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Kent.
Programme and Registration http://philosophy.sas.ac.uk/sites/default/files/AArtPJune2011Notice.pdf
Thurs 23 – Fri 24 Jun, ST274/275 (second floor, Stewart House) NB. Room change
Two-Day Conference: The State of Aesthetics
Diarmuid Costello (Warwick) Gregory Currie (Nottingham), Ivan Gaskell (Harvard, History)
Casey Haskins (SUNY), Jane Heal (Cambridge), John Hyman (Oxford), Matthew Kieran (Leeds)
Michael Lacewing (Heythrop), Derek Matravers (Open), Chris McManus (UCL, Psychology)
Aaron Meskin (Leeds), Bence Nanay (Antwerp & Cambridge), Matthew Rowe
Chris Tilley (UCL, Anthropology), Edward Winters
Winner of the IP annual call for conferences competition
in conjunction with the AHRC Method in Philosophical Aesthetics project, Nottingham, Open and Leeds Universities and British Society of Aesthetics.
Conference website: http://www.open.ac.uk/Arts/state-of-aesthetics/index.shtml.
REGISTRATION: Please email your name with “StateofAesthetics” as the subject header to M.Moore@leeds.ac.uk and firstname.lastname@example.org. In the message, please state your fees category (staff and students should indicate their department and/or course):