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Themes from the History of Philosophy

A two-day workshop at Trinity College Dublin. Hosted by the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute.

All welcome, no prior registration required. Email stickerm@tcd.ie for questions.

Friday 15.12, TRISS Seminar Room, Arts Building

2.00-3.15: Ruth Boeker (UCD): “Hume and Reid on promises, active powers and liberty”

3.15-4.30: Jim O’Shea (UCD): “Some Reflections on Kant’s Analysis of Perceptual Experience”

 4.30-5.15: Lucas Thorpe (Bogacizi, Istanbul): “Reid vs Williamson on perceptual Beliefs”

Drinks followed by dinner

 

Saturday 16.12, The Long Room Hub, Galbraith

10.30-11.45: James Camien McGuiggan (Southampton): “Not Enough, but Good Work: The Mobile Line of Duty”

11.45-1.00: Martin Sticker (TCD): “Kantian Beneficence and the Normativity of (Obligatory) Ends”

Lunch

2.30-3.45: Ville Paukkonen (Helsinki): TBA

3.45-5.00: Corinna Mieth (Bochum): “Kant and social human rights”

Drinks followed by dinner