IP: Philosophical Insights, 21-23 June 2012

Wednesday 15 May 2013
PHILOSOPHICAL INSIGHTS Full programme: Registration: Thurs 21 – Sat 23 Jun (1.30pm for 2pm start on Thurs then all day, 9.45am-6.30pm) G22/26, Ground Floor, Senate House, University of London Supported by the Mind Association Confirmed speakers: John Collins (UEA) An Appropriate Naturalisation of the Philosophy of Language Tim Crane (Cambridge) Philosophical Insights from History Eugen Fischer (UEA)

ESPP: 28-31 August 2012

Wednesday 15 May 2013
Tues 28 Aug – Fri 31 Aug, 9.00am – 7.00pm Four-day International Symposium European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Senate House, WC1 ESPP LONDON 2012 Keynote speakers: John Campbell (Philosophy, Berkeley) Josef Perner (Psychology, Salzburg) Hagit Borer (Linguistics, Queen Mary) Linda B. Smith (Psychology, Indiana). Conference website and Registration: ENDS.

Barry Smith on Radio 4 Thinking Allowed 11 July 2012

Wednesday 15 May 2013
Professor Barry Smith, the director of the Institute of Philosophy, explores contrasting analyses of 'evil' within modern thought. Broadcast on 11 July 2012 and available on podcast here .

Prof Colin Blakemore appointed Director of CenSes

Wednesday 15 May 2013
Press Release Professor Colin Blakemore joins the Institute of Philosophy Distinguished neuroscientist appointed as as Director of the Institute’s Centre for the Study of the Senses The Institute of Philosophy, a member institute of the University of London’s School of Advanced Study, is delighted to welcome Professor Colin Blakemore as Director of the Institute’s Centre for the Study of the Senses.

IP: Philosophy without Intuitions Registration CLOSED

Wednesday 15 May 2013
PHILOSOPHY WITHOUT INTUITIONS Saturday 15 December, Room STB3/6, Stewart House The Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature and the Institute of Philosophy present a one-day conference on themes from Herman Cappelen’s lastest book, Philosophy Without Intuitions (OUP). 10.15 Coffee and Registration 10.30 John Bengson (Wisconsin-Madison) 11.30 Paul Boghossian (NYU) 12.30 Tea break 12.45 Berit Brogard (Missouri-St Louis) 1.45 Lunch (own arrangements) 2.45 Mark Richard (Harvard) 3.45 Tea break 4.00 David Chalmers (NYU and ANU)