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Presentation

Conference, May, 16-17

Monism

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Session 1, Monday 16th May : Existence Monism

29 rue d’Ulm, 75005 Paris. Institut Nicod, ENS, pavillon jardin, salle de réunion, RDC.

10:00-11:30 Terry Horgan (Arizona),
“The Case for Existence Monism”

11:35-12:45 Itay Shani (Seoul),
“A Coherence Argument for Monism”

12:50-14:30 lunch

Session 2, Monday 16th May : Monism and the Philosophy of Mind

14:30-15:40 Khai Wager (Birmingham),
“Monism for Cosmopsychism”

15:45-16:55 Anna Giustina (ENS/Jean Nicod Institute),
“Monistic Theories about Unity of Consciousness”

17:10-18:20 Philip Goff (CEU),
“Priority Monism and the Mind-Body Problem”

Session 3, Tuesday 17th May : Priority Monism

29 rue d’Ulm, 75005 Paris. Institut Nicod, ENS, pavillon jardin, salle de réunion, RDC.

10:00-11:30 Jonathan Schaffer (Rutgers),
“Modality for Monists”

11:35-12:45 Damiano Costa (Fribourg),
“Emergence does not Entail Priority Monism”

12:50-14:30 lunch

Session 4, Tuesday 17th May : Monism and Metaphysical Dependence

29 rue d’Ulm, 75005 Paris. ENS, Salle Langevin

14:30-15:40 Sam Cowling (Denison University) & Kelly Trogdon (Virginia Tech),
“Monism and Priority for Platonists”

15:45-16:55 Anat Schechtman (Wisconsin),
“Monism and Substance Independence: A Historical Perspective”

17:10-18:40 Dean Zimmerman (Rutgers),
“Monism and Internal Relations”

 

Organization : Uriah Kriegel (CNRS, IJN)

 

 

 


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