Philosophical Conversations Conference – 26 May, Senate House

‘Philosophical Conversations’, a conference organised by the Institute of Philosophy, School of Advanced Study and Nigel Warburton, Department of Philosophy, Open University

Philosophical Conversations

Saturday 26 May 2012, 10.30 – 5.00pm, Room 349, Senate House, Malet Street

10.30   Registration and coffee
11.00   Peter Worley (the Philosophy Shop) on Philosophical Dialogue in the Classroom
12.30   Lunch (own arrangements)
1.30     Peter Adamson (King’s College London) on Dialectic in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
3.00     Tea
3.30     Nigel Warburton (Open University) on the Voice in Philosophy
5.00     Close

Please see the below for details of how to register.
Website:
http://philosophy.sas.ac.uk/sites/default/files/Conversations_260512.pdf

REGISTRATION (essential)

To register please send a message to philosophy@sas.ac.uk with “Philosophical Conversations 26 May” as the subject header. In the message please state in the following format:
1. Surname, Forename
2. Your fees category
3. Any affiliation (current staff and students should state department and/or course)
FEES (includes teas):
Free: CURRENT STAFF AND STUDENTS OF OPEN, UOL PHILOSOPHY
& IP INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS
£10 OTHER UNIVERSITIES AND STANDARD
All fees will be taken at the conference venue and you will only be contacted in advance if there is a query with your registration.

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