The 35th Dutch-Flemish Day of Philosophy will be held Saturday January 17th, 2015 at the Faculty of Philosophy at University of Groningen, in cooperation with the OZSW. The annual Day of Philosophy is a meeting point for researchers in philosophy at Dutch and Flemish universities. Researchers, PhD students, and advanced ReMa students are cordially invited … Continue reading Dutch-Flemish Day of Philosophy: register now!
The Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW) and the Ethics Institute of Utrecht University invite you to a five-day spring school (formerly known as winter school) on Ethical Theory and Applied Ethics from 20-24 April 2015. This intensive course will be held at the Woodbrooke Hotel in Barchem, the Netherlands. This course is aimed at … Continue reading Save the date! EPF Springschool 20-24 april 2015 Barchem
The OZSW supports activitities of OZSW study groups and invites study groups to submit a Grant Proposal for one of the two Grant Proposal rounds each year. This round (deadline October 1st, 2014), three study groups have been awarded a grant: Study group Philosophy of Responsibility Study group Ethics of Care and Health Study group … Continue reading 3 OZSW Study Group Grant Proposals awarded
Registration for the 2014 OZSW conference (November 7 & 8 at Radboud University Nijmegen) is still open, but there will be a latecomer fee for those who register after October 15th. Visit our registration site soon to register for the regular rates (latecomer fees in brackets): OZSW members: Research Master students € 45,- (€ 50,-) … Continue reading Register for 2014 OZSW Conference without latecomer fee – last chance!
The 35th Dutch-Flemish Day of Philosophy will be held Saturday January 17th, 2015 at the Faculty of Philosophy at University of Groningen, in cooperation with the OZSW. The annual Day of Philosophy is a meeting point for researchers in philosophy at Dutch and Flemish universities. Researchers, PhD students, and advanced ReMa students are cordially invited … Continue reading 35th Dutch-Flemish Day of Philosophy
The program for the 2014 OZSW conference, to take place on Friday November 7 and Saturday November 8 at Radboud University Nijmegen, is now online at https://www.conftool.com/ozsw-conference-2014/sessions.php. The program includes keynotes by Catherine Wilson, Howard Caygill and Marya Schechtman, parallel sessions with over 130 papers, meetings of the OZSW PhD council, the three OZSW chambers, … Continue reading 2014 OZSW Conference Program now online
The titles of the three key note presentations for the upcoming OZSW conference are now known: Marya Schechtman (University of Illinois at Chicago): “Living like we do: The metaphysics and practicalities of personhood and personal identity” Catherine Wilson (University of York): “Managing expectations: The ‘limits’ theme in Locke” Howard Caygill (Kingston University London): “A political … Continue reading OZSW Conference 2014 – Keynotes are known!
Starting 1 September 2014 the OZSW has a new part-time assistant director: Christine Boshuijzen. Christine will be available at the OZSW Office in Rotterdam on Mondays and Thursdays. She may be contacted by using the same e-mail address as her predecessor: <email@example.com>. On October 6th Christine will defend her doctoral dissertation at Eindhoven University of Technology, titled Moral Decision … Continue reading New Assistant Director OZSW
The Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW) and Utrecht University invite PhD students and ReMa students in philosophy to register for the course “State of the Art Aesthetics” to take place in Autumn 2014. The deadline to register for this course is 15 September 2014. To register, please fill out the registration form. On the … Continue reading Registration Deadline Course Aesthetics Near
1 October 2014, 14.00 in Utrecht. Organized by the OZSW PhD council. Extended Registration deadline: 24 September 2014. Working as a PhD-student in philosophy we have one thing in common: the awareness of a multiplicity of perspectives in any research field. What is more, most of us work on the borderline between two or more … Continue reading OZSW PhD Student Seminar on Interdisciplinary Research