Thursday 9.10.2014

9:30-9:45 Thomas Wallgren: Opening words

9:45-11:00 David R. Cerbone:  “All souls:  Wittgenstein and eine Einstellung zur Seele

11:00-12:15 Joel Backström: “Splitting body from mind by splitting ‘I’ from ‘you’: The moral roots of dualism and materialism in philosophy”

12:15-14:00 Lunch

14:00-15:15 Sergio Benvenuto (new topic): From reality to the Real. Beyond the naturalist “disinhibiting circle”

15:15-16:30 Phil Hutchinson: “Is ‘naturalism’ little more than an honorific term? or: Of Mice and Rags”

16:30-16:45 Coffee break

16:45-18:00 Rupert Reed: “Why does time travel pass faster as one gets older?”


Friday 10.10.2014

9:30-10:45 Edmund Dain: “An attitude towards a soul: Wittgenstein and other minds”

10:45-12:00 Camilla Kronqvist: “‘Speak to us of love’: Some difficulties in the philosophical study of love”

12:00-12:15 Coffee break

12:15-13:30 Thomas Wallgren: “Obscure, attractive, invincible: On the intellectual complexity and moral economy of naturalism about the mind.”

13:30-15:15 Lunch

15:15-16:30 Anne-Marie Søndergaard Christensen: “What must one think? Wittgenstein, naturalism and the ethical dimension of thought”

16:30-17:45 Hannes Nykänen: “Naturalism: the dark side of philosophy?”

17:45-18:00 Niklas Toivakainen: Closing words

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