2014 London-Berkeley Graduate Conference


10.00 am – 6.00 pm, Tues 20 – Wed 21 May 2014

Senate Room, Senate House

Programme and updates also available here: http://philosophy.sas.ac.uk/London_Berkeley_Conference_May2014.


Keynote Speaker: Prof Wesley Holliday (Berkeley)

Susanne Burri (LSE). Defending Kamm Against Kagan or Why We Need a Moral Status That Fits Us. Respondent: Kirsten Pickering (Berkeley).

Sebastian Rodriguez (UCL). Change and Process in Perceptual Experience. Respondent: Antonia Peacocke (Berkeley).

Cristobal Zarzar (Kings). Sextus Empiricus and the Problem of Conflicting Appearances. Respondent: Peter Epstein (Berkeley).

Neil Barton (Birkbeck). Multiversism and Concepts of Set; How much relativism is acceptable? Respondent: Alex Kocurek (Berkeley).

Justin Vlasits (Berkeley). Probability, Information, and Rational Belief. Respondent: Nicolas Wuethrich (LSE) [Wednesday].

Ethan Nowak (Berkeley). Hidden Arguments and Non-Deictic Demonstratives. Respondent: Rachel Bascara (Birkbeck).

Ethan Jerzak (Berkeley). Evolving Realism. Respondent: Maximilian Tegtmeyer (Kings).

Umrao Sethi (Berkeley). Having the World Appear: A New Relational Account of Experience. Respondent: Tony Cheng (UCL).

REGISTRATION: please email philosophy@sas.ac.uk with “11th London-Berkeley Conference” in the subject header.