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Nature versus Normativity? – Joining Contemporary and Early Modern Perspectives on Intentionality and Knowledge

The Leibniz Prize Research Group „Transformations of Mind“
  • Was Tagung
  • Wann 14.07.2011 14:00 bis 15.07.2011 18:45 (Europe/Berlin / UTC200)
  • Wo Hannoversche Straße 6 (TOPOI-Building), 10115 Berlin, room 1.03
  • Teilnehmer Stephen Gaukroger (Sydney) Martin Kusch (Vienna) Martin Lenz (Berlin) Antonia LoLordo (Virginia) Dario Perinetti (Montréal) Dominik Perler (Berlin) Eric Schliesser (Ghent) Lionel Shapiro (Connecticut) Anik Waldow (Sydney)
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Programme (PDF: http://db.tt/1ak0GDA)

Thursday, 14 July 2011

14:00-14:30         Welcome and Introduction

Intentionality and Truth

14:30-15:45         Martin Lenz (Berlin): “The Intrinsic Normativity of Beliefs: Affect and Judgment in Spinoza”

15:45-16:00         coffee break

16:00-17:15         Antonia LoLordo (Virginia): “Locke on Externalism about Simple Ideas and Scepticism about the External World.”

17:15-17:30         coffee break

17:30-18:45         Lionel Shapiro (Connecticut): “Truth versus Correct Representation: Lessons from Early Modern Philosophy?”

  

Friday, 15 July 2011

Competing or Complementary Faculties

09:00-10:15         Stephen Gaukroger (Sydney): “The Competing Roles Played by Reason and by Sensibility in Understanding: Hume and Herder.”

10:15-10:30         coffee break

10:30-11:45         Anik Waldow (Sydney): “Back to the Facts: Herder against Kant on Discovery and Imagination”

11:45-13:30         lunch

 

Epistemology & Science

13:30-14:45         Dario Perinetti (Montréal): “Early Modern Philosophy and the Modalities of Certainty”

14:45-15:00         coffee break

15:00-16:15         Eric Schliesser (Ghent): “‘Normativity’ in Adam Smith's and Diderot's Philosophy of Science.”

16:15-16:30         coffee break

16:30-17:45         Martin Kusch (Vienna): “Naturalised Epistemology and the Genealogy of Knowledge”

17:45-18:45         break and final discussion