Philosophy of the History of Philosophy

November 14, 2015
Department of Philosophy, Boston College

Hovey House Library
258 Hammond Street
Chestnut Hill 02467
United States

All speakers:

Aaron Garrett
Boston University
Jorge J. E. Gracia
State University of New York, Buffalo
Adriaan Peperzak
Loyola University, Chicago
James Schmidt
Boston University

Organisers:

Melissa Fitzpatrick
Boston College
Vicente Muñoz-Reja
Boston College

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We welcome you to attend the 2015 Boston College Contemporary Philosophy Workshop, "Philosophy of the History of Philosophy," on Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 9:30am-5:30pm @The Hovey House Library (Boston College).  

The workshop schedule is as follows: 

9:30-10am: coffee

9:45am: opening remarks 

10am-11:15am

James Schmidt (BU), "What Sort of Question Was Kant Answering When He Answered the Question, 'What is Enlightenment?'?"

11:30am-12:45pm

Aaron Garrett (BU), "The History of the History of Butler's Fifth Objection" 

12:45-1:45pm: lunch break 

2-3:30pm

Adriaan Peperzak (Loyola Chicago), "How New is the Past of Philosophy?" 

4-5:30pm

Jorge Gracia (SUNY Buffalo), "Doing Philosophy Historically or Doing the History of Philosophy Philosophically?" 

For any further information, contact Melissa Fitzpatrick (melissa.fitzpatrick@bc.edu) or Vicente Muñoz-Reja (vicente.munozreja@bc.edu)

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