‘The unity of the philosophical in question: a workshop on continental and analytic philosophy’

(this may be of interest to some. note that there are travel grants available to PG students)

‘The unity of the philosophical in question: a workshop on continental and analytic philosophy’, to be held at the University of Dundee on October 27, 2010

Programme:
2 – 3
Sherah Bloor (LaTrobe University), “The idea of the divide as a dual perspective upon ‘the whole’”.
Ricky Sebold (LaTrobe University), “Are Continental philosophers idealists?”
3 – 4
Simon Glendinning (LSE), “The unity of the philosophical in question: interference and opacity within philosophical communication today”
4 – 5
Jack Reynolds (LaTrobe University), “Analytic Versus Continental? A methodological aporia?”
5 – 6
James Chase (University of Tasmania), “Steering clear of Rorty”
6 – 6:30
Closing remarks
All papers to take place in Room 2F15 Dalhousie Building
http://www.dundee.ac.uk/general/campusmap/#uod_content
http://www.dundee.ac.uk/general/travel/
The workshop is free and open to all. Please register interest with James Williams
There are small grants for travel in the UK available to postgraduate students for attendance at the workshop. Contact James as soon as possible with a short account of why you wish to participate and what funding you require.
Contact: James Williams, j.r.williams@dundee.ac.uk
This workshop is staged with the support of the Australian Research Council and the School of Humanities, University of Dundee
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