segunda-feira, 24 de outubro de 2011

PETAF Midterm conference


The members of the FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network PETAF, The European Philosophy Network on Perspectival Thoughts and Facts, are delighted to announce the schedule of speakers for the PETAF Midterm conference, to be held at the Northern Institute of Philosophy, University of Aberdeen, 9-11th December 2011.


José Martínez Fernández (University of Barcelona) & Genoveva Martí (ICREA and University of Barcelona): ‘General terms and reference to universals’
Janine Guhler (University of St Andrews): ‘Solving Aristotle’s paradox of time’
Isidora Stojanovic (CNRS/Institut Jean-Nicod): ‘Value judgments: how we interpret them, how we report them, and why we disagree’
Keith Hossack (Birkbeck College, University of London): ‘Necessity and Apriority’
Tom Avery (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales): ‘Self-knowledge and discriminability’
Peter Pagin (Stockholm University): ‘Cybersemantics’
Fabrice Correia (University of Geneva) & Sven Rosenkranz (ICREA and University of Barcelona): ‘Realism about tense: Escaping Fine’s trilemma’
Robert Michels (University of Geneva): ‘Wordly indeterminacy and metaphysical modality’
Philipp Keller (University of Geneva): ‘Adverbialism about tense’
Elia Zardini (University of Aberdeen) ‘Consequence and context’ (provisional title)
Max Kolbel (ICREA and University of Barcelona): Title tbc
Stephen Read (University of St Andrews): ‘Truthmakers in Buridan’s logic’
Ivan Kasa (Stockholm University): ‘Weird objects from abstraction principles’
Soren Haggqvist (Stockholm University) & Asa Wikforss (Stockholm University): ‘Concepts and conceptions’
Ian Rumfitt (Birkbeck College, University of London): ‘Bivalence and determinacy’

Registration is free and all participants in the conference must register. For more details and to register please go to the PETAF Midterm Conference page on the NIP website http://www.abdn.ac.uk/philosophy/nip/events/event?id=333

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