1st eidos Winter Graduate School in Metaphysics on the topic of Identity
- Conférence Universitaire de Suisse Occidentale
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1st eidos Graduate School in Metaphysics
February 3-5, 2017, Université de Neuchâtel. Espace Louis-Agassiz, Room R.E. 46
Friday, February 3
14h00: Christian Wüthrich (University of Geneva), “Identity in Physics”.
15h45: Thomas Sattig (University of Tübingen), “Paradoxes of Identity: Coincidence and Fission”.
17h30: Valerio Buonomo (University of Milano, Centre for Philosophy of Time), “Personal Identity and Temporal Parts”.
Saturday, February 4
09h00: Alexander Skiles (New York University), “To be F is to be G”.
10h45: Annina J. Loets (Trinity College, Oxford), “To be F qua G”.
13h45: John Divers (University of Leeds), “Identity and Modality after Quine”.
15h30: Robert Michels (University of Geneva), TBA
17h15: Fatema Amijee (University of Texas at Austin), “The Ontological Status of Identity”.
Sunday, February 5
09h00: Thomas Sattig (University of Tübingen), “The Sense and Reality of Personal Identity”.
10h45: Claudio Calosi (University of Neuchâtel), “Identity and Mereology”.
13h45: Martina Botti (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, and LOGOS), “A Non-Quinean Meta-ontology for Composition as Identity”.
15h30: John Divers (University of Leeds), “(An Antirealist Attempt to meet) The Demands of a Comprehensive Theory of Counterfactuals”.
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