Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Theoretische Philosophie / Philosophiegeschichte

2nd HU-Kings's graduate workshop [London]

A King's College London and Humboldt-Universität Workshop
  • Wann 05.05.2011 11:00 bis 07.05.2011 19:00 (Europe/Berlin / UTC200)
  • Wo Kings College, London, UK
  • Teilnehmer Daniel Alscher, Maria Alvarez, Maria-Rosa Antognazza, Sebastian Bender, Julia Borcherding, Alex Davies, Romy Jaster, Martin Lenz, Daniel Pointon, Gabriel Segal, Peter Sutton, Han Wezenberg
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2nd HU-Kings's graduate workshop


Friday, 6th of May
Leibniz Morning:
11-1.30

  • Julia Borcherding: TBA
  • Sebastian Bender: The Principle of Plenitude and the Construction of Possible Worlds in Leibniz
  • Commentator: Maria-Rosa Antognazza

Lunch

Philosophy of Mathematics Afternoon:
2.30-5.00

  • Daniel Alscher: Logical investigation about the theory of real numbers
  • Daniel Pointon: Can we Nominalise the Mapping Account of Applicability?

Break
Late Afternoon talk:
5.30-7.00

  • Martin Lenz: Locke and Social Externalism


Saturday, 7th of May:

Contextualism Morning:
10-1

  • Romy Jaster: Free Will and Contextualism - Commentator: Gabriel Segal.
  • Peter Sutton: No-Good Candidates - Commentator: Han Wezenberg.

Lunch
Contextualism early afternoon
2-3.30

  • Alex Davies: Context-sensitivity and the calibration of semantic calculi - Commentator: Martin Lenz.

Break
4-5.30

Afternoon Lecture:

  • Maria Alvarez: TBA