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The Actuality of the Early Analytic Philosophy

Location: Faculty of Philosophy
204 Splaiul Independentei, Sector 6, Bucharest
Web: http://filosofie.unibuc.ro/

Transportation: 1) Bus: 601. Coming from Piaţa Universităţii (University Square), Stop at: Grozavesti - Carrefour
2) Bus:123. Coming from Gara de Nord, up to Podul Eroilor
3) Subway - Stop at: Grozavesti.

The Actuality of the Early Analytic PhilosophyAbstracts - temele lucrarilor din cadrul acestui colocviu

  • Thu June 3, 2010, Faculty of Philosophy

    10.00am Jaakko Hintikka - Doctor Honoris Causa
    Chairman: Gabriel Sandu
    3pm - 4pm Jaakko Hintikka: Past, present and future of set theory
    4pm - 5pm Mircea Dumitru: Opacity. Then and Now
    Chairman: Gabriel Sandu
    5pm- 5.30pm Coffee Break
    5.30pm - 6.30pm Ilie Parvu: In which sense is 'On Denoting' a paradigm of philosophy?
    Dinner

  • Fri, June 4, 2010, Faculty of Philosophy

    Chairman: Mircea Dumitru
    9.30am- 10.30am Jaakko Hintikka- Rule-following in logic and in Wittgenstein
    10.30am - 11.30am Gabriel Sandu: Frege, Ramsey and the foundations of mathematics
    11.30am- 12.00pm Coffee Break
    12.00pm - 1pm Danielle Machbeth: Frege's Proof of Theorem 133: A Case Study in Ampliative Deductive Proof
    1pm- 3pm Lunch Break
    3pm - 4pm Sorin Costreie: Frege on contentful arithmetic
    4pm - 5pm Greg Lavers: On the Quinean Analyticity of Arithmetic
    5pm- 5.30pm Coffee Break
    5.30pm - 6.30pm William Demopolous: Carnap's Thesis
    Dinner

  • Sat, June 5, 2010, Faculty of Philosophy

    Chairman: Sorin Costreie
    9.30am- 10.30am Genoveva Marti Empirical data and the theory of reference
    10.30am - 11.30am Derek Brown: Why Russell mistook his table for sense-data, but why it may still be lost
    11.30am- 12.00pm Coffee Break
    12.00am - 1.30am Alexandra Cornilescu: : Vindicating Russell's view of descriptions: a linguistic perspective

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The Bucharest Graduate Conference

Location: Faculty of Philosophy
204 Splaiul Independentei, Sector 6, Bucharest
Web: http://filosofie.unibuc.ro/

Transportation: 1) Bus: 601. Coming from Piaţa Universităţii (University Square), Stop at: Grozavesti - Carrefour
2) Bus:123. Coming from Gara de Nord, up to Podul Eroilor
3) Subway - Stop at: Grozavesti.

  • 21st of May, Faculty of Philosophy

    9.30am - 10.00am Welcome reception
    10.00am - 11.00am Invited Speaker: Dana Jalobeanu (University of Bucharest) – TBA
    11.00am - 11.45am Seth Jones (University of Iowa) – Weak (Naturalistic) Objectivism in Hume's Moral Theory
    11.45am - 12.30pm Johan Olsthoorn (University of Leuven) – Justice, Equity and Equality: Thomas Hobbes’s Concept of Distributive Justice
    Chairman: James Abordo Ong
    12.30pm - 1.30pmLunch
    1.30pm - 2.15pm Nienke Roelants (University of Ghent) - Visual Perception and Rationality in Early Copernicanism
    2.15pm - 3pm Adriana Monica Solomon (University of Bucharest) - Scientific Methods and Conceptual Changes. The Case of Induction: A Historical Approach
    3pm - 3.45pm Grigore Vida (University of Bucharest) - Newton on Ether
    Chairman: Kristopher Phillips

    3.45pm - 4pm Coffee Break
    4pm - 5pm Invited Speaker: Eric Schlisser (University of Ghent) – How Epicurean Is (the first edition) of Newton's Principia?
    5pm - 5.45pm Robert Arnautu (CEU Budapest) – The Rise of Mechanical Philosophy
    5.45pm - 6.30pm Madalina Giurgea (University of Bucharest) – An Interpretation of Descartes’ Time Problem
    Chairman: Doina-Cristina Rusu
    8.30pm Dinner(optional)

  • 22th of May, Faculty of Philosophy

    10.00am - 10.45am Eugen Stafie and Mircea Stoica (University of Bucharest) The Alchemical Journey: A comparative analysis of two alchemical hermetic texts
    10.45am - 11.30am Doina-Cristina Rusu (University of Bucharest)Imagination and Medicine in Francis Bacon
    11.30am - 12.15pm Laura Georgescu (University of Bucharest) Induction as a “motion” of the intellect
    Chairman: Chairman: Michael-John Turp
    1.15pm - 2pm Lunch
    1.15pm - 2pm James Abordo Ong (Duke University) A Puzzle in Spinoza's Assessment of Contempt
    2pm - 2.45pm Kristopher Phillips (University of Iowa) The True Dichotomy Between Objective and Subjective Interpretations of Spinoza’s Theory of Attributes
    Chairman: Johan Olsthoorn
    2.45pm - 3pm Cofee Break
    3pm - 4pm Invited Speaker: Koen Vermeir (CNRS, Paris)Henry More (and Newton) on space, atoms and spirit
    4pm - 4.45pm Jerilyn Tinio (University of Wisconsin) On the Relation between Kant and Berkeley: Berkeley’s Two Senses of Externality
    4.45pm - 6.15pm Michael-John Turp (Durham University) Hume on 'is' and 'ought'
    Chairman: Seth Jones
    8.30pm Dinner (optional)