31 May 2012 - 1 Jun 2012All dayWinstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College

Description

Over the past century, many distinguished Cambridge philosophers have been pragmatists in one sense or another. This research workshop aims to explore this distinctive Cambridge philosophical tradition: its origins in the 1920s in the Cambridge of Bertrand Russell and G E Moore; its common themes; and its links and influences, in both directions, with other prominent figures, movements and schools in international philosophy.

 

Confirmed speakers include Simon Blackburn (Cambridge), Bob Brandom (Pittsburgh), Dorothy Edgington (Birkbeck), Chris Hookway (Sheffield), Cheryl Misak (Toronto), Sami Pihlström (Helsinki), Huw Price (Cambridge/Sydney) and Michael Williams (Johns Hopkins).

Programme and Registration

The workshop is now full and registration has closed. Please contact  Michelle Maciejewska for further enquiries.

CENTRE FOR RESEARCH IN THE ARTS, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES

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Email enquiries@crassh.cam.ac.uk