50 Years of Naming and Necessity

December 12, 2022 - December 13, 2022
Department of Philosophy , The Graduate Center, CUNY

365 5th ave
New York 10016
United States

Sponsor(s):

  • The Saul Kripke Center

Speakers:

Rutgers University - Newark
Stockholm University
University of Southern California
Providence College
ICREA And University Of Barcelona
Trinity College, Dublin
University of Edinburgh
University of California at Santa Barbara
University of California at Santa Barbara
University of Sussex
Stockholm University
Simon Fraser University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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University of Sussex
Stockholm University
Providence College
CUNY Graduate Center

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50 Years of Naming and Necessity

This conference celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first publication of Saul Kripke’s masterpiece, Naming and Necessity, by showcasing new work on a range of topics on which it has had a lasting influence. These topics include, but are not limited to: the nature of names and natural kind terms; the failure of the description or cluster/description theories; the distinction between metaphysical necessity and epistemic apriority; empty names; the metaphysics of essence and origin; the nature of modality and possible worlds; conceivability and the epistemology of modality; the role of philosophical intuition; and the mind-body problem.

Dates: 12th and 13th December, from 9am to 5pm.

Venue: The CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Avenue, New York, New York.

Format: hybrid

Registration: for both online and in person attendance, please register by the 28th of November, 2022 at https://forms.gle/Jbr3uaFx1ZwRxJpZ7.

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