quinta-feira, 27 de setembro de 2012


University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain
November 15th-16th, 2012

Organized by Carlos Moya and Sergi Rosell, under the auspices of the
Research Project “Alternatives, Belief and Action” (FFI2009-09686),
funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, and
PHRÓNESIS - Analytic Philosophy Group.


Maria Alvarez (King's College London), Choice and Compulsion
Andrei Buckareff (Marist College) Eternalists cannot be Human compatibilists
Christopher Hookway (University of Sheffield), tba
Neil Levy (University of Oxford), Consciousness and Moral Responsibility
Michael McKenna (University of Arizona), tba
Constantine Sandis (Oxford Brookes University), Real Reasons and
George Sher (Rice University), Responsibility, Conversation, Communication
Helen Steward (University of Leeds), tba

There will be a respondent for each talk, followed by a general discussion.

The final programme will be announced shortly.

The International Symposium on Alternatives, Belief, and Action emerges
from a research project with the same title, currently run by
philosophers who belong to the University of Valencia but also by some
who work at several universities in the UK and Belgium. In the meeting,
the three general topics of alternatives, belief, and action will be
addressed, either by themselves or by means of exploring their
connections. This is the second Valencia Symposium, after the one
organized in 2008 under the heading of International Symposium on
Belief, Responsibility, and Action.

Anyone is welcome to attend the conference.

For more details visit the conference page:

Conference Venue: Facultat de Filosofia i Ciències de l'Educació,
Universitat de València. Room: Saló de Graus. Address: Av. Blasco
Ibáñez, 30, Valencia, 46010.

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