Conference

The Idealism and Metaphilosophy of Mind conference took place at Senate House (Malet Street, WC1E 7HU, London) Room 349 from 15th-16th September 2016. The conference was part of the Idealism and Philosophy of Mind project, John Templeton New Directions in the Study of Mind, led by Giuseppina D’Oro, Paul Giladi, and Alexis Papazoglou.

Photos below!

15th September

9:45-10:00
Welcome and overview of project

10:00-11:30
David Macarthur, University of Sydney – Liberal Naturalism, the Scientific Image and the Second-Personal Realm

11:30-12:30
Fiorella Battaglia, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München – The Domain of Reasons, Causal Explanation and Philosophy of Mind

12:30-14:00
Lunch

14:00-14:30
Brandon Beasley, University of Calgary – Hegelian Lessons for Liberal Naturalism

14:30-15:00
Break

15:00-16:00
Anthony Bruno, University of Toronto Scarborough – Post-Kantian Idealism, Naturalism, and the Ontological Difference

16:00-16:30
Break

16:30-17:00
Dan Kaplan, University of Pittsburgh – Conflicts between Common-sensical and Naturalistic Worldviews

17:00-18:00
Thodoris Dimitrakos, Hellenic Open University – Reasons and Causes: Reconciling Naturalism and Normativism

16th September

10:00-11:00
Andrea Pace Giannotta, University of Florence – Consciousness and Nature: an Alternative to Naturalism from Transcendental Phenomenology

11:00-12:00
Robert Smithson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – An Idealist Critique of Naturalism

12:00-12:30
Break

12:30-13:00
Plato Tse, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München – Fichte’s Metaphilosophy of Mind – Wissenschaftslehre Revisited

13:00-14:00
Lunch

14:00-15:00
Piotr Szalek, Catholic University of Lublin – Idealism and Pragmatism: Remarks on John McDowell’s Metaphilosophy of Mind

15:00-16:00
David Zapero, University of Bonn – Liberal Naturalism and the Autonomy of the Mental

16:00-16:30
Break

16:30-18:00
Paul Redding, University of Sydney – Hegel, Modal Logic and the Content of Thought 

 

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