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Research Seminar in Post-Kantian European Philosophy, 2019/2020

Unless otherwise stated, Post-Kantian European Philosophy Research Group seminars take place on Tuesdays, 5:30–7:30pm in Room S0.11 (ground floor of Social Studies). All welcome. For further information, please contact tbc

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Thu 1 Oct, '20
Postgraduate Induction 2020/21
MS Teams

10.00am-11.30am: Postgraduate Morning Induction (all new postgraduate students)

1.00pm-2.15pm: MA and MPhil Induction

1pm-2.15pm: PhD Induction

Fri 2 Oct, '20
Postgraduate Welcome Conference 2020
MS Teams



Speaker: Will Gildea

Title: 'Misfortune, Modality and Moral Status'

Respondent: Sameer Bajaj


Speaker: Beatrice Pagliarone

Title: 'On Thought Insertion'

Respondent: Chenwei Nie


Speaker: Irene Dal Poz

Title: 'Security Between Normality and Exceptionality'

Respondent: Miguel de Beistegui


Speaker: Chris Earley

Title: 'Hypothesis Generators: Insight and Autonomy in Contemporary Art'

Respondent: Eileen John

Fri 1 Oct, '21
Department of Philosophy Postgraduate Welcome Conference
Fri 30 Sep, '22
Philosophy Department PG Conference
S0.21, Social Sciences, Ground Floor


10.00-11.00 Ke Xia "Rousseau's Paradox of Property"

Response: Ben Ferguson

11.00-11.30 Coffee Break

11.30-12.30 Chris Earley "Political Art, Artistic Exceptionalism, and Humility"

Response: Karen Simecek

12.30-1.30 Lunch

1.30-2.30 Brigid Evans "Sexual Scripts: innocence, deviance, and oppression"

Response: Sameer Bajaj

2.30-3.00 Coffee Break

3.00-4.00 Oscar North-Concur "What is the point of objectivity in ethics?"

Response: Johannes Roessler

Fri 29 Sep, '23
PG Welcome Dinner

This dinner will be open to all of our new PG students. Please could we ask any staff wishing to come along to sign up via this online form so we have an idea of numbers:

Sat 30 Sep, '23
PG Welcome Conference

Open to all PG students and staff but again please do register if you are coming so we can make sure we order enough lunch and meet any dietary requirements!


Ben Campion, “Collaboration and Trust in Photography”

Commentator: Ben Ferguson


11:45AM- 12:45PM

Ying Xue, “Does Universality Matter to Freedom? -- A Comparison Between Hegel and Harry Frankfurt”

Commentator: Nadine Elzein


12:45- 1:45PM




Chris Bowling, “The Genealogy of Morals as a 'Critical History’”

Commentator: Tim Stoll


2:45PM-3:15PM- Break



Maria Zanella, “Could Sadness be a Bodily Feeling?”

Commentator: Johannes Roessler