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Forthcoming Workshops 2019/2020
Leverhulme Trust ECF 'Epistemological Pluralism' seminar series
Contact: Lucy Campbell  
Further information also available here
20th February 2020, 3-5 pm, Cowling Room.
Speaker: Peter Adamson (LMU Munich; KCL). "Self-Knowledge in Islamic Philosophy"
27th February 2020, 3-5 pm, Cowling Room.
Speaker: Anil Gomes (Oxford). "Lichtenberg’s Puzzle"
23rd April 2020, 3-5 pm, Cowling Room.
Speaker: Michael Hannon (Nottingham). "Empathetic Understanding in Politics"
4th June 2020, 3-5 pm, Cowling Room.
Speaker: Richard Gipps (Oxford). "On the Importance of not understanding the Patient"
25th June 2020, 3-5 pm, Cowling Room.
Speaker: Ellisif Wasmuth (Essex). TBC.
The Cultural Origins of Human Mind-Reading
9th March 2020
Contact: Richard Moore

Speakers: Richard Moore, Cecilia Heyes, Paula Rubio Fernandez, Steve Butterfill.

Workshop on Enquiry
24th March 2020
Contact: Barney Walker

Speakers: Alex Geddes (Southampton), David Jenkins (Tel Aviv), Barney Walker (Warwick)

On Being a Believer: Workshop with David Hunter
30th March 2020

Further info: TBA

Conference: Knowledge and Understanding
14-15th April 2020
Contact: Lucy Campbell and Simon Wimmer

Further Info: TBA

Seminar on 'The Unity of Knowledge' with Katalin Farkas
16th April 2020
Recent Workshops 2019/2020
Expression and Self-Knowledge
4th October 2019, Humanities H0.03
Contact: Lucy Campbell


11.00 – 12.30
Lucy Campbell (Warwick)
‘Self-knowledge: expression without expressivism’

12.30 – 2.00

Dorit Bar-On (University of Connecticut)
‘No ‘How’ Privileged Self-Knowledge’

3.00 – 4.30

Cristina Borgoni (Bayreuth University)

‘Primitive forms of first-person authority and expressive capacities’

IAS Workshop, Self-knowledge and judgement in early modern philosophy
26th-27th September 2019
Cowling room (Social Sciences S2.77)


Thursday 26th September

10.30 – 12.00

Maria Rosa Antognazza (KCL) ‘Knowledge and the first person’

12.00 – 1.30

Ioannis Evrigenis (Tufts) ‘The Fly on the axletree: Hobbes on self-knowledge and judgment’

2.30 – 4.00

Mark Philp (Warwick) ‘Godwin and Wollstonecraft: deliberation and self-knowledge '

4.30 – 6.00

Ursula Renz (Klagenfurt/Warwick) ‘Rousseau's solution to a Rousseauean problem’

7.15 Dinner (Radcliffe house)

Friday 27th September

9.00 – 10.30

Mario De Caro (Roma Tre/Tufts) ‘Machiavelli's naturalism’

10.30 – 12.00

Guy Longworth (Warwick) ‘Descartes on how the mind is better known than the body’

12.00 – 1.15

Johannes Roessler (Warwick) ‘Judgement and self-understanding in Montaigne’s Essays’


Further events organised by the project 'The sense of commitment' can be found here:



Past Events

See: Past projects; MindGrad; Other