Registration: Understanding Equality, 25 May 2012

Wednesday 15 May 2013
UNDERSTANDING EQUALITY Friday 25 May 2012, 10.00-18.00 Room 349, Senate House 10.00 Registration 10.15 Joseph Raz (Columbia & King's College London) Equality: Political not Philosophical 11.45 Coffee 12.00 Veronique Munoz-Darde (UCL & Berkeley) All the Fun in the Fair: The Elusive Case of Equality 1.30 Lunch (own arrangements) 2.30 Niko Kolodny (Berkeley) Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy 4.00 Tea 4.30 Sam Scheffler (NYU) The Practice of Equality 6.00 Close

Workshop: Health Innovation and Social Equity, 17 May 2012

Wednesday 15 May 2013
Institute of Philosophy and ESRC Innogen Workshop HEALTH INNOVATION AND SOCIAL EQUITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY FOCUS ON HEALTH INJUSTICES Room S264, Senate House, University of London 17th May 2012, 10.00-17:30 BACKGROUND

Full Programme and Registration: The Personal and Subpersonal, 11-12 May

Wednesday 15 May 2013
Two-day Conference: The Personal and Subpersonal Friday 11 May (Senate Room) – Sat 12 May (Court Room), first floor, Senate House, 10.00am-6.00pm FULL PROGRAMME: FRIDAY 11 MAY 2012 10.00 Registration and Coffee 10.30 Tim Crane (Cambridge): Persons, Subpersonal Content and the Point of View of Consciousness 12.00 Kathleen Akins (Simon Fraser): Colouring Outside The Lines: Chromatic Processing In Grapheme-Colour Synaesthesia 1.30 Lunch (own arrangements)

Registration Closed: Free Will Then and Now, 9-10 May 2012

Wednesday 15 May 2013
INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHY TWO-DAY CONFERENCE Free Will Then and Now Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 May 2012 Senate Room, Senate House, First floor, University of London DAY 1 – Wednesday 10.30 Coffee and Registration 11.00 Tom Pink (King's College London) on Hobbes and medieval philosophers Reply Jason Turner (Leeds) 1.00 Lunch (own arrangements) 2.00 Susan James (Birkbeck) on Spinoza 3.45 Tea 4.15 Peter Kail (Oxford) on Hume Reply Helen Beebee (Birmingham & IP) 6.15 Close DAY 2 – Thursday

Registration Closed: Philosophical Conversations, Sat 26 May

Wednesday 15 May 2013
PHILOSOPHICAL CONVERSATIONS Sat 26 May, 10.30 – 5.00pm, Room 349, Senate House, Malet Street In association with the Open University 10.30 Registration and coffee 11.00 Peter Worley (the Philosophy Foundation) on Philosophical Dialogue in the Classroom 12.30  Lunch (own arrangements) 1.30 Peter Adamson (King’s College London) on Dialectic in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy 3.00 Tea 3.30 Nigel Warburton (Open University) on the Voice in Philosophy 5.00 Close REGISTRATION (essential)

Registration Closed: Olympic Ideals? conference in association with UEL Stratford, 23 May 2012

Wednesday 15 May 2013
OLYMPIC IDEALS? Wed 23 May, 9.00am (for 9.30am start) – 5.45pm University of East London Stratford Campus Generously supported by the University of East London 9.00 Coffee and Registration 9.30 Jim Parry (Charles University in Prague) Sport and Olympism - Ethical and Political Values 11.00 Jonathan Wolff (UCL) The Corinthian Spirit 12.30 Sandwich Lunch 2.00 Barry C Smith (Institute of Philosophy) What's the Significance of Olympic Traditions? 3.30 Tea