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Warwick-Geneva-Leipzig Interdepartmental collaboration

The aim of the Warwick-Geneva-Leipzig Interdepartmental collaboration is to foster a connection between the Philosophy Departments at these universities on subjects surrounding the philosophy of mind and psychology broadly conceived, thus including also relevant topics in epistemology, ethics and value theory, aesthetics, action, metaphysics and history of philosophy.

Since its inception, the collaboration was conceived as very much aimed at helping PhD students to broaden their international clout and connections, in addition to providing them with the opportunity to present their work. There are two speakers per department, one member of staff and one PhD student.

The first and inaugural event of the collaboration will be on October 6-7, 2022, at the University of Warwick. Please contact Daniel Vanello (d.vanello.1 [at] warwick.ac.uk) for more information.


Programme:

Thursday 6th of October 2022:

10-10.15am General Introduction

10.15-11.45am Sebastian Rödl (Leipzig)

11.45-12pm Coffee and Tea break

12-1.30pm Agnès Baehni (Geneva)

1.30-2.30pm Lunch

2.30-4pm Oscar North-Concar (Warwick)

4-4.15pm Coffee and Tea break

4.15-5.45pm Fabrice Teroni (Geneva)

5.45-7.30pm Pre-Dinner drinks

7.30pm Dinner

Friday 7th of October 2022:

10-11.30am Naomi Eilan (Warwick)

11.30-11.45am Coffee and Tea break

11.45am-1.15pm Jasmin Özel (Leipzig)

1.15-2.30pm Lunch