Conferences and workshops

Intellectual Self-knowledge in the Aristotelian Tradition

History of Philosophy/Theoretical Philosophy Research Seminar


Intellectual Self-knowledge in the Aristotelian Tradition

13-14 October 2017
University of Gothenburg
Stora konferensrummet, 8th Floor, Lundgrensgatan 7

Program

Friday, October 13

14:00-15:00 Pauliina Remes (Uppsala University)
“Wanting to Be Determinate? Self-Perception and Self-Knowledge in Aristotle’s EE VII.12.5-7″

15:00-16:00 Inna Kupreeva (University of Edinburgh)
“Alexander of Aphrodisias on Cognitive Self-Awareness”

16:00-16:30 Coffee

16:30-17:30 Jari Kaukua (University of Jyväskylä)
“The First Person: Variations on an Avicennian Insight”

Saturday, October 14

10:00-11:00 Michael Stenskjær Christensen (University of Gothenburg)
“Two ways of knowing oneself according to John of Jandun”

11:00-12:00 Rode, Christian (University of Bonn)
“Peter of John Olivi on Self-cognition and Self-consciousness”
Organised by ”Representation and Reality. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on the Aristotelian Tradition”

For more information, please contact michael.stenskjaer.christensen [at] gu.se

History of Philosophy/Theoretical Philosophy Research Seminar

Helsinki
Autumn 2017
Thursdays from 4pm to 6pm.

28.09 Harry Alanen (University of Oxford), Aristotle’s Physics and the problem of change

19.10 Timo Kaitaro (University of Helsinki/Kone Foundation), Condillac and Locke’s error

2.11 Charles Travis (King’s College London), Boundless. [There will be a reading group associated with this talk on Friday, November 3rd. Time, place and readings will be announced later on.]

16.11 Gerd Krizek (University of Vienna), The concept of reality in quantum mechanics

30.11 Pasi Valtonen (King’s College London), The meaning and the epistemology of ethnic slurs

For more information, please contact jose.pereiradasilva [at] helsinki.fi

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