Second Annual London Early Modern Philosophy Workshop, 15 Mar 2013

Wednesday 15 May 2013
The Second Annual London Early Modern Philosophy Workshop Friday 15 March 2013 G22/26, Ground Floor, Senate House Supported by King’s College London, Institute of Philosophy and the European Society for Early Modern Philosophy. 10.00 Registration and Coffee 10.30 Susan James (Birkbeck): Striving to Persevere in our Embodied and Social Being 11.45 Alexander Douglas (King’s College London & IP): Christoph Wittich’s Anti-Spinoza: Was Spinoza a Radical Cartesian? 1.00 Lunch (own arrangements)

CONF: Knowledge and Intuitions, 22 Feb 2013

Wednesday 15 May 2013
ONE-DAY CONFERENCE Knowledge and Intuitions Fri 22 Feb, (9.30am for) 10am – 6.00pm G22/26 Ground Floor, Senate House, WC1 In collaboration with CSMN, Oslo 9.30 Coffee and registration 10.00 Brain Weatherson (Michigan) Cappelen's Place in History 11.30 Ana-Sara Malmgren (Stanford) Philosophy without what? 1.00 Lunch (own arrangements) 2.30 Jonathan Weinberg (Arizona) Intuition Nihilism vs. Protean Crypto-Rationalism 4.00 Tea 4.30 Mark Richard (Harvard) Analysis and Intuitions 6.00 Close REGISTRATION (essential)

Mind Network Seventh Meeting: Registration CLOSED, Sat 23 March 2013

Wednesday 15 May 2013
MIND NETWORK A get-together for philosophers of mind, psychology and cognitive science Seventh Meeting Saturday 23 March 2013 Room 349, Senate House, University of London Programme 10.30 Tea / coffee 11-12.30 Steve Butterfill 12.30-1pm Round Table Session 1-2pm Sandwich lunch (provided) 2-3.30pm Jennifer Hornsby 3.30-4pm Tea / coffee 4-5.30pm James Stazicker 5.30-6.30pm Drinks reception Kindly supported by the Institute of Philosophy and the UCL and KCL Philosophy Departments.

Extended Call for Conference Proposals 2013/14

Wednesday 15 May 2013
EXTENDED CALL FOR CONFERENCE PROPOSALS Metaphysics, Philosophy of Science or Philosophy of Language Proposals are sought from UK philosophy departments to organise a one or two day philosophy conference on a topic in one of the following areas of philosophy: Metaphysics Philosophy of Science Philosophy of Language The conference will be financially supported by the Institute, who will also provide the venue. Proposals – of no more that three pages – should contain: - a clear rationale for the theme or topic chosen; - a list of possible speakers;

Workshop on the Nature of Fiction

Wednesday 15 May 2013
IP London Aesthetics Forum Wed 1 May 2013 Senate Room, Senate House, Malet Street, WC1 Workshop on the Nature of Fiction Gregory Currie • David Davies • Stacie Friend • Kathleen Stock

Full Programme and Registration: Pictorial Paradoxes, 23-24 May

Monday 13 May 2013
PICTORIAL PARADOXES: Philosophy, Psychology and the Visual Arts 23-24 May 2013 Senate House, Malet Street, WC1 Poster: . Thurs 23 May, Senate Room, first floor 1.30 Registration 2.00 Welcome from Professor Barry Smith (Director, IP, School of Advanced Study) Chair: Prof Uta Frith (UCL) 2.15 Jonathan Miller On the Move 3.30 Prof Vicki Bruce (Psychology, Newcastle upon Tyne) Face Fallacies 4.45 Tea 5.15 Patrick Hughes (Reverspective Ltd, London) Paradoxymoron 6.30 Reception in Jessel Room