Experimental Philosophy and the Origins of Empiricism

  • 18 Apr 2011
  • 19 Apr 2011
  • University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
SYMPOSIUM ON EXPERIMENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND THE ORIGINS OF EMPIRICISM

University of Otago
Dunedin, New Zealand
18-19 April 2011

This symposium will gather scholars to discuss recent work
of the team working on the Marsden-funded project
"Experimental philosophy and the Origins of Empiricism" at
the University of Otago.

Papers will be on:
- the origins of the experimental/speculative distinction
(Peter Anstey)
- Newton and experimental philosophy (Kirsten Walsh)
- Aberdeen experimental philosophy (Juan Gomez)
- experimental philosophy in eighteenth century England and
France (Peter Anstey)
- experimental philosophy in eighteenth century Germany
(Alberto Vanzo)
- the genesis of empiricism: Kant and the aetas kantiana
(Alberto Vanzo)

Commentators:
  Philip Catton (Canterbury)
  Gideon Manning (Caltech)
  Tim Mehigan (Otago)
  Charles Pigden (Otago)
  Anik Waldow (Sydney)
  Eric Watkins (San Diego)

Programme available on:
https://blogs.otago.ac.nz/emxphi/2011/02/symposium-experimental-philosophy-and-empiricism/

Attendance is free. However, space is limited, so we advise
you to register early. To register and for information,
please email peter.anstey AT otago.ac.nz.

Papers will be distributed to participants one month before
the conference and abstracts will be posted on the Early
Modern Experimental Philosophy Blog
(https://blogs.otago.ac.nz/emxphi).
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