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Research Group in Analytic Philosophy

Graduate Reading Group (GRG) 2011/2012

Graduate students run a graduate reading group where they present and discuss their research.

 

In academic year 2016/2017, convenors of the GRG is Anton Alexandrov.

 

 

 

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Sessions

  • Factivity problems for epistemic contextualism

    Alexander Dinges (Humboldt)

     

    28 September 2011

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • Ontology in Plain English

    John Horden (U. Barcelona )

     

    05 October 2011

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • Varieties of Presentism

    Giovanni Merlo (U. Hamburg)

     

    19 October 2011

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • Resisting the Semantic Attack on Quantifier Variance

    Aurélien Darbellay (U. Barcelona)

     

    26 October 2011

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • On what there could be

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    02 November 2011

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • The Propriety of Assertion and the Acceptance Criteria

    Ivan Milić (U. Barcelona)

     

    09 November 2011

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • Laws of Nature, relative to the environment?

    Aldo Filomeno (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona)

     

    23 November 2011

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • Discussion of Tyler Burge

     

    01 February 2012

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • Is the Conciliatory View Self-Undermining?

     

     

    15 February 2012

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • Not So Many Varieties of Disagreement

    Julia Zakkou (Humboldt
    )

     

    21 March 2012

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • Concept Flexibility and Spacetime

    David Rey (U. Barcelona)

     

    11 April 2012

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • The purpose of “intelligible matter” in Aristotle

    Janine Gühler (St Andrews)

     

    25 April 2012

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • Carlos M. Múñoz-Suárez- Why Experimentalists Got It Wrong… and their Critics Too

     

    09 May 2012

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • Lucía Prieto --- Assertion and Commitments

     

    23 May 2012

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • Assessing Prinz´s Naturalistic Account of Conceptual Content

    Marc Artiga (U. Barcelona)

     

    06 June 2012

    10:00, Logic seminar

  • Luck and Fortune, or Why Knowledge Requires Cognitive Control

     

     

    13 June 2012

    10:00, Logic Seminar

  • The Limits of Restrictivism and the Contribution of Concepts to Cognitive Phenomenology

    Marta Jorba (U. of the Basque Country)

     

    20 June 2012

    10:00, Logic seminar

Convenor:

Anton Alexandrov (toni.alexandrov@gmx.at)