Lorne-apalooza

October 9, 2018
Dept. of Philosophy, University of Western Ontario

University College 3105 ("Boardroom")
London
Canada

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University of Connecticut
Boston University
Boston University
University of British Columbia
Columbia University
University of Western Ontario
Brigham Young University
St. Thomas University

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University of Western Ontario

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Lorne-a-palooza

A Fest for Lorne Falkenstein, on the occasion of his retirement

Oct. 9 2018

Western University

Program

9:00-9:15 — Welcome and Introductory Remarks

Session I

9:15-10:00 — Tom Lennon (Western, emeritus),“Schopenhauer and Fatalism”

10:00-10:45 — Scott Stapleford (St. Thomas), “Was Berkeley an Extracranialist?”

10:45-11:00 — Coffee

Session II

11:00-11:45 — Giovanni Grandi (UBC Okanagan), “John Fearn and Mary Shepherd: A Nineteenth-Century Debate on Scottish Philosophy”

11:45-12:30 — Nick Nash (Western), “Digital Text Collation Applied to Samuel Clarke’s The Being and Attributes of God

12:30-2:00 — Lunch (catered)

Session III

2:00-2:45 — Aaron Garrett (Boston U), “Hume’s Observation”

2:45-3:30 — Katharina Paxman (Brigham Young U.), “Humean Belief and the Social Construction of Gender”

3:30-4:15 — Maite Cruz (Boston U.), “Simultaneity and Endurance in Hume’s Theory of Time”

4:15-4:30 — Break

Session IV

4:30-5:15 — Donald Baxter (UConn), “Steadfast Objects and Coexistence: A Reply to Falkenstein”

5:15-6:00 — Patricia Kitcher (Columbia), “Cognizing Objects in Space”

6:00-6:15  — Closing Remarks

7:00pm  — Group dinner

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