UNL Chambers Philosophy Conference Hosting the 5th Midwest Annual Workshop in Metaphysics
On October 14-15, 2016, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Philosophy Department’s Robert R. Chambers Philosophy Conference Series will host the 5th Midwest Annual Workshop in Metaphysics. The Chambers Philosophy Conference is an annual event held at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Each conference is largely funded by the Robert R Chambers Research Funds. Each year's conference is directed by a faculty member (or set of faculty members) in the Department of Philosophy and is focused on a topic of significant philosophical concern. This year’s director is Dr. Jennifer McKitrick.
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Midwest Annual Workshops in Metaphysics are focused workshops aimed at promoting new research in metaphysics and community among metaphysicians. Each MAWM is intended to provide a fun and useful forum for discussing new and excellent research in metaphysics. Although papers are invited, anyone with an interest in the topics is encouraged to participate.
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The conference will be held in the Bailey Library, 228-229 Andrews Hall, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, City Campus. The event opens on Friday, October 14th at 1:30 pm with a talk by Katerina Perovic, (University of Iowa). Other speakers are Christopher Weaver (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Ruth Groff (Saint Louis University), John Heil (Washington University in Saint Louis), Valia Alori (Northern Illinois University), and John Symons (University of Kansas).
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