Stockholm Graduate Conference

Conference Programme

The programme for the 5th Stockholm Philosophy Graduate Conference, 28–29 April 2017.

For more information, see the conference page. The normal sessions are 55 minutes (30 minute presentation + 10 minutes commentary + 15 minutes open discussion).

FRIDAY 28 APRIL

9.30
Registration and coffee
10.00
Opening address
10.10
Keynote: Hilary Greaves (University of Oxford)
The collectivist critique of the effective altruist movement
11.20
Jeremy Hovda (KU Leuven)
Are Kant’s Thoughts on Race Philosophically Relevant?
Comments: Marcel Quarfood
12.15
Lunch
13.50
Matteo Benocci (University of Reading)
The Repeatability Argument and the Bundle Theory of Universals
Comments: Jonathan Shaheen
14.55
Marius Baumann (University of Berne)
Is there a Fact of the Matter to the Dirty Hands Debate?
Comments: Björn Eriksson
15.50
Coffee
16.10
Daniel Munro (University of Toronto)
Bodily Sensations and Immediate Justification
Comments: Kathrin Glüer-Pagin
17.05
Drinks reception at the department All welcome!
18.00
Conference dinner at Fakultetsklubben

 

SATURDAY 29 APRIL

10.00
Ylwa Sjölin Wirling (University of Gothenburg)
On Defending the Limitations of Modal Empiricism
Comments: Peter Pagin
11.05
Jay Jian (University of Oxford)
Instrumental Rationality and the Cognitive Grounding of Desire
Comments: Jonas Olson
12.00
Lunch
13.10
Benjamin Wilck (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
How Many Noses Did Socrates Have? The Definition of Snub Nose and a New Solution to Aristotle's Problem of Babbling
Comments: Gösta Grönroos
14.15
Leonie Smith (University of Manchester)
Compensation, Individual Duties, and Harm-Avoidance in the Case of Global Poverty
Comments: Greg Bognar
15.10
Coffee
15.30
Keynote: Paul Egré (École Normale Supérieure)
Typicality and Graded Membership in Dimensional Adjectives
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Getting here

Södra husen

Södra Huset

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It is easy to get here from central Stockholm.

  • By Metro: the station "Universitetet" is on the red line, direction "Mörby Centrum".
  • By bus: routes 50, 540, 608 and 670 stop near campus.

 Wheelchair accessibility