South Central Seminar in the History of Early Modern Philosophy
The thirteenth annual meeting of the South Central Seminar in the History of Early Modern Philosophy will be held Friday-Saturday, November 4-5, 2011, at Texas A&M University, College Station. Like similar seminars in other parts of the country, the South Central Seminar is an informal group designed to foster interaction among scholars working on topics in the history of early modern philosophy.
Schedule of Events
Click on paper title for abstract and photo of presenter.
Friday, November 4
Andreea Mihali, Wilfrid Laurier University
“Toward a Cartesian Epistemic Rule Consequentialism”
Colin Chamberlain, Harvard University
“You’ve Changed: Descartes on the Mind-Body Union”
Saturday, November 5
8:30 Breakfast Snacks in Seminar Room
Ruth Boeker, University of
St Andrews / Rutgers University
“The Role of Appropriation in Locke’s Account of Persons and Personal Identity”
Jeff McDonough will also be speaking on
All sessions will be held on the Texas A&M University campus in the Philosophy Department’s Seminar Room, Bolton 213 (click for campus map). Although there is no registration fee for the seminar, we ask that you register for the seminar and indicate your intention to attend the seminar dinner on Friday night by contacting the conference organizer:
Accommodations are available (at a special state rate) at the
Vineyard Court Designer Suites Hotel in College Station, and
parking on campus is available at the Central Campus Parking Garage or the Northside Parking Garage.
This conference is listed (along with other events dealing with the
study of modern philosophy) on the Early
Modern Philosophy Calendar.
Travel: Funding for the seminar is
provided by the Texas A&M Early Modern Philosophy
Initiative and the Department of Philosophy.
Funding for the seminar is provided by the Texas A&M Early Modern Philosophy Initiative and the Department of Philosophy.
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