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Meeting Study Group Analytical Philosophy
12 October 2016 @ 14:15 - 17:00
An event every month that begins at 2:15pm on day 12 of the month, repeating until 14 June 2017
Each meeting an excellent article or chapter, published during the last two years, a groundbreaking article, published during the last five years or so, or a paper / dissertation chapter of one of the participants is discussed. At the beginning of each meeting the author or presenter gives a short introduction to the paper in question by providing
(a) a brief abstract of the article,
(b) some critical remarks on the paper, and
(c) three crucial questions for discussion, possibly accompanied by controversial theses.
This short introduction is followed by a brief evaluation of the text by all participants (both as regards its contents and its presentation) and an in-depth-discussion page by page. The participants in the seminar are expected to attend most, preferably all of the meetings, and to prepare the paper discussions thoroughly.
Those presenting a paper are expected to send the text at least ten days in advance to Annelli Janssen, the coordinator of the seminar, so that the paper can be distributed in time.