Dublin Graduate Philosophy Conference

May 4, 2018 - May 5, 2018
Department of Philosophy , Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin

Trinity Long Room Hub Arts & Humanities Institute

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Dublin Graduate Philosophy Conference 2018

Dialogues in Philosophy

4-5th May 2018

Keynote Speakers: Michela Massimi (Edinburgh) and Jim O'Shea (UCD)

Friday May 4th:

09.30 Introduction

09.45 Keynote: Jim O’Shea (University College Dublin) ‘Reflections on Kant and Naturalism’

11.20 Conny Rhode (University of York) ‘Philosophical Dialogue as Persuasion Dialogue: An Empirical Study’

12.05 Eleni Lorandou (Lancaster University) ‘Producing Truth Through Falsification: Deleuze’s Liberation of the Dialogical Space’

14.00 Andrea Di Carlo (University College Cork) ‘The English and French in Dialogue: John Milton, Francis Bacon, and Michel De Montaigne’

14.45 Tom Schoonen (University of Amsterdam) ‘Embodied Simulation in Modal Epistemology’ 

16.00 Keynote: Michela Massimi (The University of Edinburgh) ‘What is Perspectival Pluralism?’ 

Saturday May 5th:

10.30 Kyle Shuttleworth (Queen’s University Belfast) ‘Rethinking Authenticity: Sartre and Taylor in Dialogue’ 

11.15 Sara Sheikhi (Uppsala University) ‘Beyond the Betrayal of Language: On the Role of Skepticism in Otherwise than Being’

12.15 Sybren Heyndels (KU Leuven) ‘A Tale of Two Philosophers: Brandom and Strawson – From Reactive to Recognitive Attitudes’

14.00 Francesco Rizzi Brignoli (University of Bologna) ‘The Back and Forth Between Habermas and Postmodernity’ 

14.45 Anne Clausen (University of Göttingen) ‘Philosophical Dialogue and Critique in Hegel and Lévinas’

15.30 Deven Burks (University of Luxembourg) ‘Philosophical Dialogue with the Public’ 

Registration is free. All are welcome to attend. Contact [email protected] for queries.

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