In the next couple of months members of Phlox will organize four events at the University of Hamburg.
(i) Graduate Workshop Language and World with Penelope Mackie in Feb
On Friday 27th and Saturday 28th of February, there will be a graduate workshop Language and World on philosophical issues in metaphysics and in the philosophy of language.
Speakers are: Arash Behboodi, Pablo Carnino, Suki Finn, Laurenz Hudetz, Romy Jaster, Sebastian Krebs, Insa Lawler, Katsuhito Nakasone. A keynote lecture will be provided by Penelope Mackie.
The workshop will take place in Seminarraum 1072, on the 10th floor of the ‘Philosophenturm’ of Hamburg University, Von-Melle-Park 6, 20146 Hamburg.
(ii) Workshop Nominalizations in April
On the 25th and 26th of April 2015 the Nominalizations Project will host a workshop.
Speakers are: Artemis Alexiadou, Graeme Forbes, Thomas Hofweber, David Liebesman, David Liggins, David Nicolas, Arvid Båve and Katharina Felka.
The workshop is partially funded by the Humboldt foundation.
Attendance will be free but participants are asked to register with the organizers (please write an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org).
(iii) Fourth Hamburg Summer School with Stephen Yablo in July
We are very happy to announce that the Fourth Hamburg Summer School will be taught by Prof. Stephen Yablo from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prof. Yablo will present material from his new book Aboutness. The course will take place between the 27th July and 31st July 2015 at the University of Hamburg.
Further information will follow soon on the following website: https://hamburgersommerkurs.wordpress.com/.
(iv) Workshop on Aboutness in August
After the Summer School, Prof. Yablo will stay in Hamburg for a workshop with Kit Fine, Daniel Rothschild, Ken Gemes, and Katharina Felka, taking place on August 3rd and 4th. Attendance will be free but participants are asked to register with the organizers (please write an email to: email@example.com).
We will post updates and more information on these and further upcoming events in due course.