sexta-feira, 4 de maio de 2012

The Metaphysics of Relations

International conference organised by the
Power Structuralism in Ancient Ontologies project


3rd – 5th October 2012 / London
Institute of Philosophy / Senate House, Room 349, third floor


Invited Speakers

Jeff Brower (Purdue University)

Maureen Donnelly (SUNY at Buffalo)

Mauro Dorato (University of Rome)

John Hawthorne (University of Oxford)

John Heil (Washington University at St Louis)

Jon Jacobs (St. Louis University) 

James Ladyman (University of Bristol) 

Jonathan Lowe (University of Durham) 

Fraser MacBride (University of Cambridge) 

Stephen Mumford (University of Nottingham) 

Jonathan Schaffer (Rutgers University) 

Peter Simons (Trinity College Dublin) 

Jessica Wilson (University of Toronto) 


Registration & accommodation

Registration is £15, but free for graduate students.  

Registration will be available shortly via the on-line registration system.

The President Hotel, in Russell Square, has 20 rooms provisionally on hold for those attending the conference. The rate is £81 per night (single occupancy), £108 (double); this rate is not discounted from the hotel's normal rates, but does allow attendees the opportunity to stay in the same place.  These pre-booked rooms will be allocated on a first come first served basis.  It is possible that the Hotel will have additional rooms available but this cannot be guaranteed.  In order to make a booking please use the conference's on-line registration system or contact directly the Central Reservation Office quoting reference 'Philosophy Conference'. Contact details are as follows:

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7278 7871/2/3
Email: info@imperialhotels.co.uk
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7837 4653

We also hope to offer several student bursaries; details of these will follow.

Thanks are due to:

The Institute of Philosophy 
The Mind Association
The European Research Council


If you have a query about the conference, please email Anna Marmodoro at:
powers@philosophy.ox.ac.uk

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