Philosophy without Intuitions

December 15, 2012
The Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature, Institute of Philosophy, School of Advanced Study, University of London

Room STB3/6, Stewart House
32 Russell Square
London WC1
United Kingdom

Selected speakers:

John Bengson
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Paul Boghossian
New York University
Berit Brogaard
University of Missouri St. Louis
Herman Capellan
University of St. Andrews
New York University

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The Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature and the Institute of Philosophy will be hosting a one-day conference on themes from Herman Cappelen’s lastest book, Philosophy Without Intuitions, Oxford University Press.

 
Programme

10.15 Coffee and Registration

10.30 John Bengson (Wisconsin-Madison)

11.15 Paul Boghossian (NYU)

12.00 Tea break

12.15 Berit Brogard (Missouri-St Louis)

1.00 Lunch (own arrangements)  

2.15 Mark Richard (Harvard)

3.00 Tea break

3.30 David Chalmers (NYU and ANU)

4.15 Herman Cappelen (CSMN and Arché)

5.00 Close


REGISTRATION (essential) To register please send a message to [email protected] with “Philosophy Intuitions 15 Dec” as the subject header. In the message please state in the following format:

  1. Surname, Forename
  2. Your fees category
  3. Any affiliation (current staff and students should state department and/or course)

  FEES (includes all teas):

  • No charge: CURRENT STAFF AND STUDENTS OF UOL PHILOSOPHY, CSMN & IP INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS
  • £10 STAFF AND STUDENTS OF OTHER PHILOSOPHY DEPTS
  • £25 STANDARD

All fees will be taken at the conference venue and you will only be contacted in advance if there is a query with your registration.


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December 15, 2012, 9:00am BST

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