On this page, you can find information about the project workshop that is currently being organized, as well as an archive of workshops that have already taken place (see further below).
Upcoming 27-28 February 2020: Subject and Object, a workshop with Adrian Haddock (Stirling/Leipzig)
This workshop, for which the project collaborates with Leipzig’s FAGI (Research Center for Analytic German Idealism), is concerned with a book manuscript by Adrian Haddock, entitled “Subject and Object”, subtitled “How the I of Apperception Finds Itself in the World”. All contributions to this workshop will be in direct conversation with this book manuscript. Adrian Haddock will himself be present to present the themes and theses of his book, and to respond to each talk directly. We hope in this way to create an international forum for this most promising book, even before it reaches the final stage of publishing – while also allowing its author to take up what happens at our workshop in working towards its final version.
What: Workshop on Subject and Object
Where: Sweelinckzaal, Drift 21, Utrecht
When: Thursday 27 and Friday 28 February 2020
Co-organized with Dawa Ometto (Leipzig University/FAGI), Robin Riemersma (UU)
Adrian Haddock (Stirling/Leipzig)
Dawa Ometto (Leipzig)
Steven Methven (Leipzig)
Vanessa Carr (Leipzig)
Robert Craven (Birkbeck)
Rose Ryan Flinn (NYU)
Niels van Miltenburg (Utrecht University)
Jesse M. Mulder (Utrecht University)
A full program will be posted here in due course.
Interested in attending? Please let me know via email@example.com.
Archive of workshop items
|The first international workshop of the project took place on 24 and 25 January 2019. The theme was scientific pluralism; we had one day filled with disciplinary, philosophical contributions, and another day filled with contributions from various disciplines that illustrate how the need for a plurality of forms of understanding arises in those disciplines.This workshop was a collaboration between two VENI-projects: mine, and Annemarie Kalis’ project on the metaphysics of psychological attitudes. We had great help in making the workshop happen by our research intern Emma Young.
What: Workshop on Varieties of Understanding in Science
The workshop programme can be found here.
|On December 2-3, 2018, the project hosted a research collaboration meeting on Hegel and Aristotle on the metaphysics of mind.
What: Research collaboration meeting
When: December 2-3, 2018
Where: Utrecht University
Attending researchers: Annet Goudriaan (UU), Niels van Miltenburg (UU), Jesse Mulder (UU), J.M. van Ophuijsen (UU), Joris Spigt (Leuven), Emma Young (UU).
|On June 15, 2018, the project hosted a graduate conference on the work of Wilfrid Sellars.
What: Graduate conference on Sellarsian philosophy
When: Friday, June 15, 2018, 13:30-17:30
Where: Utrecht University; Drift 6, room 007