London Graduate Philosophy Workshop

London Graduate Philosophy Workshop
Date
2 March 2018, 10.00am - 5.00pm
Type
Research Training
Venue
Bloomsbury Room, G35, Ground Floor, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
Description

At many large professional conferences like the APA, PSA, BSPS, and the Aristotelian Society Open Session, scholars are typically given 20-25 minutes to present their research. Moreover, this is the amount of time one often has to give a job talk when being interviewed on the UK job market. This workshop will give grad students an opportunity to share their work with faculty and peers from other colleges, while also sharpening one’s ability to present work at professional conferences and on the job market.

Programme:

10:00-10:45     Bertram O'Brien (KCL) 'Cans, Mays, and Could Have Dones'

10.45-11:30     Ashley Lane (BBK) ‘Hume's Law and the possibility of moral knowledge'

11.30-12:00    Coffee

12:00-12:45     Esther Ezegbe (KCL) Can the Disjunctivist provide an adequate account of illusion and hallucination?

12:45-13:30    Shunichi Takagi (UCL) ‘Ramsey’s Chief Difficulty and Wittgenstein’s Grundgedanke’

13.30-14.30    Lunch

14.30-15:15    David Jenkins (KCL) Doxastic agency and “making up our minds”

15:15-16:00     Polly Mitchell (UCL) ‘The Intersubjectivity of Objective Well-Being’

16:00-16:30    Tea

16:30-17:15     Jon Thompson (KCL) ‘Intimations of Immortality’: A Response to Bernard Williams

17:15-18:00    Pete Faulconbridge (UCL) ‘The Place of Ordinary Practices in Practical Reasoning’


This event is open to all University of London students and faculty.

Contact

Institute of Philsophy
IP@sas.ac.uk
020 7664 4865