Philosophy Graduate Workshop: Conceptions of Causality and Freedom in the History of Metaphysics

Venue
The Hardiman Research Building G011 seminar room

Date & Time
2nd April, 2014 @ 09:30:00

Conceptions of Causality and Freedom

in the History of Metaphysics

Graduate Student Workshop in Traditional Metaphysics

National University of Ireland, Galway

The workshop will bring together graduate scholars engaging metaphysical, epistemological and moral
issues surrounding freedom and causality in the history of metaphysics broadly understood.
Although there is no registration fee, do email d.parashkevova1@nuigalway.ie if you plan to attend.
The workshop will take place in THB-G011 Seminar Room in the AHSSRB (new research building
adjoining the library).

9.30
Coffee and Welcome

10.00
Desislava Parashkevova (NUI Galway)
‘Self-Causation and Metaphysical Necessity: An Adaptation of Plato’s Theory of
Forms’

11.00
Michael Lyons (Trinity College Dublin)
‘Pereboom and the Practical Reasons for Accepting Kant’s Transcendental Freedom’

12.00
Jonathan Head (Keele)
‘Schopenhauer on Freedom and the Intelligible Character’

1.00
Lunch, Moffetts Restaurant

2.30
Morganna Lambeth (Northwestern)
‘Event Perception in Kant and Heidegger’

3.30
Coffee

4.00
Damir Cicic (Central European University)
‘What is Incompatibilism?’

5.00
Dinner in Galway City

For more information please contact tsarina.doyle@nuigalway.ie