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NPAPC Conference Programme

 

FRIDAY 30th JUNE

 

12.00

Registration**

 

 

Mathematics Building Foyer

13:30

'Thinking like an editor: getting published'

Dr. David Mossley

(Subject Centre for Philosophical & Religious studies)

Welcome and Chair:

Jennifer Booth (Warwick)

 

MS 03

 

14:30

Plenary Session

 

 

 

 

 

Knowledge of Contextualism in Context’

Michael Fenton (Warwick)

Chair: Phil Meadows (Durham)

Respondent: Brent Madison (UCL)

 

MS 03

 

16:00

Coffee

 

 

 

Mathematics Building Foyer

16:30

Parallel Session

 

 

 

 

 

‘Defending the Moral Distinction Between Killing and Letting Die’

Helen Frowe (Reading)

 

Chair: Jennifer Booth (Warwick)

 

Respondent: Alexandre Erler (East Anglia)

 

MS 03

 

 

‘The Geometry of Visual experience and Direct Realism’

Philip Meadows (Durham)

 

Chair: Jonny Roberts (Warwick)

Respondent: Steve Butterfill (Warwick)

 

MS 04

 

18:00

Wine Reception

 

 

Mathematics Building Foyer

19:00

Dinner

 

 

 

Xananas

20:00– late

 

Drinks in Student’s Union

 

 

 

Student’s Union

** Delegates and speakers who have reserved on-campus accommodation can arrive at any time on the morning of the 30th, and store their luggage in the secure luggage area of Rootes Reception. They can then check into their rooms before dinner.

 

SATURDAY 1st JULY

 

9:00

Plenary Session

 

 

 

 

‘Belief, Assertion and Moore’s Paradox’

Timothy Chan (Oxford)

 

Chair: Helen Frowe (Reading)

Respondent: Paulo Bonardi (Geneva)

 

MS 03

10:30

Coffee

 

 

Mathematics Building Foyer

11:00

Plenary Session

 

 

 

 

Keynote: Professor Bill Brewer (Warwick)

‘Realism in the Phenomenology of Perception’

 

Chair:

Jennifer Booth (Warwick)

Respondent: Jonny Roberts (Warwick)

MS 03

12:30

Lunch

 

 

Mathematics Building Foyer

13:30

Parellel Session

 

 

 

 

‘Why Reasons Need not be Conceptual’

Marie Lundstedt (Umea, Sweden)

 

Chair: Timothy Chan (Oxford)

Respondent: Bryony Pierce (Bristol)

 

MS 03

15:00

‘Conceptual 'How Possible' Questions’

Anil Gomes (Balliol, Oxford)

 

Chair: Louise Richardson (Warwick)

Respondent: Geoffrey Ferrarri (Oxford)

 

15:00

Coffee

 

 

Mathematics Building Foyer

15:30

Free time

Delegates are welcome to watch England's World Cup match in the Students' Union Bar during this time.

 

 

 

 

 

17:00

Wine Reception

 

 

Mathematics Building Foyer

18:30

Dinner

 

 

Xananas

19:30 - late

Drinks in Student’s Union

 

 

 

Student’s Union

 


SUNDAY 2nd JULY

 

9:00

Parallel Session**

 

 

 

 

‘Against Williamson's Anti-Luminosity Argument’

Charlie Pelling (Reading)

 

Chair: Marie Lundstedt (Umea)

Respondent: Alex Steinberg (UCL)

 

MS 03

 

‘Two Platitudes for Interpersonal Comparison’

Mauro Rossi (LSE)

 

Chair: Anil Gomes (Balliol, Oxford)

Respondent: Hemdat Lerman (Warwick)

 

MS 04

10:30

Coffee

 

 

Mathematics Building Foyer

11:00

Plenary Session

 

 

 

 

‘Context and Perceptual Content’

Ian Phillips (All Souls, Oxford)

 

Chair: Charlie Pelling (Reading)

Respondent: Nigel Leary (Kent)

 

MS 03

12:30

Lunch

 

 

Mathematics Building Foyer

13:30

NPAPC AGM

Everyone Welcome

 

 

MS 03

14:30

Parallel Session

 

 

 

 

‘Coherence and rationality’

Alexandre Erler (East Anglia)

Chair: Mauro Rossi (LSE)

Respondent: Nick Jones (Nottingham)

 

MS 03

 

‘What is Practical Reasoning?’

Julian Fink (Corpus-Christi, Oxford)

 

Chair: Michael Fenton (Warwick)

Respondent: Michael McElroy (University College Cork)

 

MS 04

16:00

Prize Giving & Conference Close

 

 

MS 03

 

 

** Delegates and speakers who are staying in on-campus accommodation should check out of their rooms before the first session today. Luggage may be stored in the secure storage area in Rootes Reception until the close of the conference.