Tag Archives: Aristotle

Fourth Workshop “Philosophy around 1900”

The Fourth OZSW Workshop “Philosophy around 1900” will take place on Tuesday November 24, 2015, 14.00 – 17.00, at Utrecht University, in the Stijlkamer of Janskerkhof 13 (room 0.06). Program: * Franz Berto (UvA) “Naïve Meinongianism and neo-Meinongianisms (of Three Different Kinds)” Abstract: Gilbert Ryle once claimed: “Gegenstandstheorie … is dead, buried, and not going to be … Continue reading Fourth Workshop “Philosophy around 1900”

Conference ‘Dialectic and Aristotle’s Logic’

Registration is now open for the conference ‘Dialectic and Aristotle’s Logic’, taking place in Groningen (NL), 2-4 September 2013. To register, send an email to rootsofdeduction ‘at’ gmail ‘dot’ com, with ‘Registration’ as subject.   The registration fee is EUR 30 (regular) / EUR 20 (students and unemployed), to be paid on the spot. For … Continue reading Conference ‘Dialectic and Aristotle’s Logic’

Workshop on current issues in Aristotle studies.

On Friday 3 May 2013 the Leiden University Institute of Philosophy will host a workshop on Current issues in Aristotle studies. Speakers are: David Charles (Oxford), Andrea Falcon (Montreal), Mariska Leunissen (Chapel Hill), Matt Duncombe (Groningen), and Frans de Haas (Leiden). Time: 10.00-17.00 Place: P.N. van Eykhof 2, room 006 (Witte Singel Doelen Complex, Leiden) … Continue reading Workshop on current issues in Aristotle studies.