We are a University of London group aimed at fostering intercollegiate research in the Philosophy of Mind. We host talks and read-ahead discussions where postgraduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and faculty can share their work.
Daniel Vanello (Dublin)
9 March 2020: 4-6pm in Senate House 234
'Partiality, Moral Individuality and the Irreplaceability of the Individual'
The paper begins with the assumption that moral individuality is a centre piece of our moral thinking. But what constitutes moral individuality? My aim in this paper is to make progress in answering this question. I do so by assessing how far we can take Bernard Williams’ criticism of Kantian-inspired, characterless conceptions of moral individuality.
Jonathan Mitchell (Manchester)
23 March 2020: 4-6pm in Senate House 234
‘The Phenomenology of Self Awareness’
4 May 2020: 4-6pm in Senate House 234
Mike Martin (Oxford/Berkeley)
25 May 2020: 4-6pm in Senate House 234
David Jenkins (Tel Aviv)
8 June 2020: 2-4pm in Senate House 234
Matt Soteriou (Kings)
22 June 2020: 4-6pm in Senate House 234
29 June 2020: 4-6pm in Senate House 234
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