Phil Grad Conference - Brochure _final2-page-002

The topic of the 2018 University of Calgary Graduate Philosophy Conference is the Philosophy of Biology broadly construed. The aim of the conference is to explore the newest work at the intersection between philosophy and life and medical sciences.

Dates: May 3-4 2018

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Roberta Millstein (UC Davis) and Marc Ereshefsky (University of Calgary)

SENIOR PARTICIPANTS: The university of Calgary philosophers of science Megan Delehanty and C. Kenneth Waters also confirmed their participation in the general audience during the whole conference. Hence, besides the keynote speakers, they will also be engaging with the graduate students

FORMAT OF THE TALKS: Each speaker will deliver a 20 minutes talk. Then the commentator has 10 minutes to present his considerations and the speaker has 5 minutes to reply. Finally, we have 25 minutes of Q & A open to the general audience.

LOCATION OF THE CONFERENCE:

Philosophy Department, University of Calgary

Social Sciences Building, 12 floor

2500 University Dr, NW T2N 1N4 Calgary Alberta  Canada

 

USEFUL LINKS:

Department of Philosophy, University of Calgary: https://phil.ucalgary.ca/

Introduction of city of Calgary: http://www.ucalgary.ca/future-students/undergraduate/experience/city-choice

Roberta Millstein: http://www.rlm.net/

Marc Ereshefsky: http://phil.ucalgary.ca/marcereshefsky/

Megan Delehanty: https://phil.ucalgary.ca/profiles/megan-delehanty

Kenneth Waters: http://www.ckwaters.com/

Hotels near the University of Calgary: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/HotelsNear-g154913-d3500394-University_of_Calgary-Calgary_Alberta.html

 

 

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