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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 18 Feb, '21
Temporal Representation workshop

A mini workshop with Julian Bacharach (Humboldt, Berlin) and Christoph Hoerl (Warwick). (online)

Thu 3 Jun, '21 - Fri 4 Jun, '21
10am - 6pm
Workshop: Genealogy in the Analytic and Continental Traditions

Runs from Thursday, June 03 to Friday, June 04.

On 3-4 June 2021, Daniele Lorenzini is organising a workshop on genealogy in the analytic and continental traditions, with papers by Amy Allen (Penn State), Sacha Golob (KCL), Guy Longworth (Warwick), Matthieu Queloz (Oxford), Daniel Rodriguez-Navas (New School), Sabina Vaccarino Bremner (Groningen), Lee Wilson (Edinburgh) and himself. The workshop will take place in the afternoon of those two days, to allow the speakers who are based in the US to participate. Q&A and general discussion will constitute the most important part of the workshop.

Thu 10 Jun, '21 - Fri 11 Jun, '21
Online Workshop: From the Individual to the Public: Reasons and Democracy
By Zoom

Runs from Thursday, June 10 to Friday, June 11.

The aim of the workshop is to explore the role of reasons in democratic legitimacy, focusing in particular on the question of how democratic legitimacy is possible if democratic processes are based on subjective reasons.


PROGRAMME (BST / British Summer Time)

Thursday, 10th of June

2:00 – 2:15 Introduction

2:15 – 3:30 “Political Deference”
Fabienne Peter (University of Warwick)

3:30 – 3:40 Break

3:40 – 4:55 “Autonomy as Non-Alienation, Autonomy as Sovereignty, and Politics”
David Enoch (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

4:55 – 5:05 Break

5:05 – 6:20 “Principled Disobedience and the Limits of Democratic Authority”
Sameer Bajaj (University of Warwick)

Friday, 11th of June

2:00 – 3:15 “Individual Freedom & the Standards of Public Reason”
Maria Paola Ferretti (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)

3:15 – 3:25 Break

3:25 – 4:40 “The Problem of Ersatz Justice: Toward an Epistemic Political Liberalism”
David Estlund (Brown University)

4:40 – 4:50 Break

4:50 – 6:05 “Must we Reason with our Political Enemies?”
Robert Talisse (Vanderbilt University)

6:05 – 6:15 Closing Remarks


We welcome anyone who is interested in attending the workshop. Registration is required and must be completed via the following link:


We will provide the Zoom link and password to those who have registered at a later stage.


For any inquiries, please contact us at:


Conference organizers: Diogo Carneiro ( and Michele Giavazzi (


Sponsored by: Aristotelian Society, AHRC project ‘Norms for the New Public Sphere’, Centre for Ethics, Law & Public Affairs, The Mind Association, The Society for Applied Philosophy.

Thu 1 Jul, '21
WMA mini-workshop on memory

Two talks on memory by James Openshaw (Warwick) and Thomas Crowther (Warwick)

Wed 6 Oct, '21
'Introduction to Active Bystander at Warwick': A Workshop for New Students

During the workshop, we will explore Warwick’s values, what it means to be an active bystander, and how we might respond when something happens which is contrary to our values. You’ll also find out about ongoing opportunities to continue your journey as an active bystander and support a positive campus experience for all. Students will be off-camera with interactive participation via anonymous voting software.

Click here to join the workshop

Fri 22 Oct, '21
Postgraduate Professional Development Workshop
MS Teams

2.00 – 2.30 Literature search skills and tools 

(Kate Courage, Academic Support Librarian)
2.30 – 3.00 Planning your MA (Diarmuid Costello)
3.30 – 3.30 Planning your PhD/MPhil (Diarmuid Costello)
3.45 – 4.30 Applying for PhD programmes and scholarships (Matt Nudds) 

Fri 26 Nov, '21
Postgraduate Professional Development Workshop
MS Teams

2.00 - 2.45pm Writing MA/MPhil essays (Tom Crowther)

3.00 - 3.45pm Writing a MPhil/PhD thesis (Diarmuid Costello)

Tue 11 Jan, '22
'Words, Voices, Bodies' Online Workshop


  • Elisabeth Camp
  • Zoe Cunliffe
  • Maria Jose Alcaraz Leon
  • Hannah Kim
  • John Gibson
  • Alice Lagaay
  • Anna Pakes
  • Anna Christina Ribeiro
  • Joy Shim
  • Tzachi Zamir

For more information:

Wed 12 Jan, '22
'Words, Voices, Bodies' Online Workshop


  • Elisabeth Camp
  • Zoe Cunliffe
  • Maria Jose Alcaraz Leon
  • Hannah Kim
  • John Gibson
  • Alice Lagaay
  • Anna Pakes
  • Anna Christina Ribeiro
  • Joy Shim
  • Tzachi Zamir

For more information:

Mon 27 Jun, '22
Postgraduate Professional Development Workshop
Oculus OC0.05

Summer term 2022: Publications and Applications

2.00 Writing articles

2.45 How to get articles published

3.30 tea/coffee

4.00 Applications for postdocs: teaching statements, job talks, interviews

5.00 End (drinks at the Dirty Duck)

Fri 17 Feb, '23
Autobiographical Memory and Joint Reminiscing
Wolfson Research Exhange, University Library

Schedule and Speakers:

11am-12.30pm: Christoph Hoerl and Teresa McCormack: "Remember when?’ Looking for an account of joint reminiscing"

12.30-1.30pm: Lunch break

1.30-3pm: Julian Bacharach: "Is There Such a Thing as Joint Attention to the Past?”

3-3.20pm: Tea and coffee break

3.20-4.50pm: Tony Marcel: “Phenomena raising questions about ‘Autobiographical Memory’ and ‘Episodic Memory’”

 Everyone is welcome. After the event, there will be drinks and food at Benugo restaurant and bar in the Warwick Arts Centre.

Fri 3 Mar, '23
Workshop: Practical Knowledge and the Content of Intention

Lucy Campbell (Warwick): “The Content of Practical Knowledge and the Content of Intention”

Fri 10 Mar, '23
Practical Knowledge and the Content of Intention

Xavier Castella (Girona): “On the Non-Propositional Content of our Ordinary Intentions” 

Thu 30 Mar, '23 - Fri 31 Mar, '23
10am - 5pm
Moral Experience Workshop

Runs from Thursday, March 30 to Friday, March 31.

Wed 7 Jun, '23
The History of Political Thought and Contemporary Politics: A Warwick Postgraduate Symposium

The symposium will be an opportunity for some PhD students working on continental political philosophy to discuss their works with peers and other members of the staff.

It will take place in room S0.17 on the 7th of June, from 3pm to 7pm. Thanks to the Philosophy Student Events fund, the symposium will be followed by a wine reception!

Everyone is more than welcome to join.

Mon 26 Jun, '23
Post-Kantian European Philosophy Research Seminar Series - Online and in person

Workshop: Species-Being, Monday 26th June, 11:30 - 18:00

11:30AM- 1PM: Vanessa Wills (George Washington University), “On ‘Mystical Veils’: Marx’s Account of the Human Eye as a Product of Labor

1PM-2PM: Lunch

2PM-3:30PM: Christoph Schuringa (Northeastern University London), “Gattungswesen and Universality”

3:30PM-4:30PM Break

[**online only**]

4:30PM-6PM: Karen Ng (Vanderbilt), “Metabolism and Natural Limits: Rethinking Species-Being in Hegel and Marx”

6PM: Drinks and dinner

Those interested in dinner should contact Andrew Huddleston.

All the best,
Andrew and Tobias (Co-Convenors, PKEP)

Link to join via Teams:

Thu 29 Jun, '23
WMA MEEP Mini-Workshop

The Warwick Mind and Action Research Centre (WMA) is pleased to announce a new mini-workshop as part of our MEEP series. This series explores the intersection of topics typically found under the categories of 'Mind and Epistemology' and 'Ethics and Political Philosophy.' All are welcome!

Professor Carol Rovane, Columbia University

Social Conditions of the Psyche

Professor Akeel Bilgrami, Columbia University

The Commons and our Political Ideals

Time: 2:00-6:00pm, Thursday, 29 June 2023.

Venue: TBA

For more information about the WMA events, please visit:


Fri 3 Nov, '23
MAP Mental Health in Philosophy Workshop

MAP is hosting a workshop titled 'Mental Health in Philosophy' and all students are invited to join us. It'll be running on Friday 3rd November (week 6) from 12:00-14:00 in S0.13 and, best of all, there'll be free lunch and tea/coffee. We hope to see you there!

Thu 16 Nov, '23
Study Abroad, Placement, and Careers Workshop

Event title: Study Abroad, Placement, and Careers Workshop

Type: Workshop

Attendance: No

Audience: all undergrads

Date: 16 Nov 2023 (Thu W7)

Time: 14:00-15:00

Location: LIB2

Tutors: Dino Jakusic; Lorenzo Serini

Wed 21 Feb, '24
WMA Mini-Workshop on Emotion, Time, and Reason

WMA Mini-Workshop on Emotion, Time, and Reason

2-3.30pm - Michaele Ombrato (Oxford) title TBC

4-6pm - Jean Moritz Müller (Tübingen) "Are Attitudes Intentional Under a Description?"