CPT WORKSHOPS IN MILAN
‘Thinking In and About Time: A Dual Systems Perspective on Temporal Cognition’
April 11-12, 2019
Department of Philosophy, University of Milan, Via Festa del Perdono 7, Milan
Nathalia de Ávila
Organisation: Centre for Philosophy of Time and NeurophilosophyLab, University of Milan
March 28-29, 2019
University of Milan
CUNY-Milan annual interdisciplinary workshop in Philosophy, a joint initiative of both institutions’ philosophy departments, and, more precisely, CUNY Graduate Center and Doctoral School in Philosophy and Human Sciences, University of Milan is aimed at promoting advanced studies at the crossroad between philosophy and interrelated disciplines. Last year workshop took place in NYC at CUNY Graduate Center with the topic of Belief. This years’ workshop, second in a series of annual events, will focus on Tense and is taking place in Milan. The organizers are committed to maintain the interdisciplinary character of the workshop.
This year keynote speakers will be:
University of Milan: Alessandro Zucchi and Giuseppe Spolaore (linguistics), Daniel Dohrn (philosophy of language and metaphysics) and Corrado Sinigaglia (cognitive neuroscience).
CUNY Graduate Center: Graham Priest (logic and language), Catherine Wilson (history of philosophy) and David Papineau (philosophy of mind).
Milan – Daria Vitasovic, Victor Carranza, Sava Ristić, Luca Marchetti.
CUNY Graduate Center – Vincent A. Peluce, Yale Weiss, Jennifer McDonald, Liam Ryan (Saul Kripke Center).
Everyone is welcome, but please do register for the workshop since places are limited.
E-mail for registration: daria dot vitasovic at unimi dot it.
Funding: Doctoral School in Philosophy and Human Sciences.
Society for the Metaphysics of Science
5th Annual Conference
November 7-9, 2019
University of Toronto
The Society for the Metaphysics of Science (SMS) will be holding its fifth annual conference on November 7-9, 2019 at the University of Toronto.
Our keynote speaker will be Katherine Brading (Duke University).
In addition, Max Kistler (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) will deliver a presidential address.
All other sessions will comprise submitted papers.
As well as various presentations, the conference will also feature an organizational meeting of the Society which will elect officers, continue to make various policies, plan future conferences, etc. Both those interested in presenting papers and/or participating in the Society are invited to the conference.
At the conference, presentations will be 30 minutes, with a 10 minute commentary, 5 minute reply, and 15 minute Q&A. Submissions should be on a topic in the metaphysics of science broadly construed, of no more than 4,500 words, and should include an abstract of ~150 words and a word count. All papers must employ gender-neutral language and be prepared for blind review.
At most one contributed paper on which you are the presenting author can be submitted. No one will be permitted to present more than once at SMS 2019. A scholar may appear as co-author on more than one paper or symposium talk, but may present at SMS 2019 only once.
Submissions must be made using the EasyChair online submission system at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sms5
The submission deadline is 1 June 2019. Notifications of acceptance will be delivered by 1 August 2019. Selected speakers should confirm their participation before 5 September 2019.
Early registration fees (before 10 October 2019):
Students and Emeritus faculty: $10
Late registration fees (after 10 October 2019):
Students and Emeritus faculty: $15
The Society would like to thank Victoria College and the Department of Philosophy at the University of Toronto for support.
Giuliano Torrengo (Milan), Chair
Elena Casetta (Torino)
Natalja Deng (Seoul)
Lucas Dunlap (Cincinnati)
Elselijn Kingma (Southampton)
Francesco Guala (Milan)
Marco Nathan (Denver)
Jonathan Schaffer (Rutgers)
Alex Skiles (MIT)
Tzuchien Tho (Bristol)
Neil E. Williams (Buffalo)
Local Arrangements Co-chairs:
Jessica Wilson (Toronto)
Michael Miller (Toronto)
Assistant to the co-chairs: Marissa Bennett (Toronto)
June 24-26, 2019
Boulder, Colorado, USA
The International Association for Philosophy of Time is pleased to announce its 6th annual conference. It will be hosted by the Committee on the History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Colorado, in Boulder, Colorado (USA), from 24th-26th June, 2019 (arrival Sunday 23rd, departure Thursday 27th). The local organizer is Heather Demarest and the program committee is chaired by David Ingram. More information available here.