Online Seminar series 2023

The Irish Philosophical Society would like to invite you to join our online Seminar Series 2023. This is an opportunity to hear emerging researchers present their work, especially PG students across universities in Ireland (occasionally with participants from overseas institutions). This event is bi-weekly on Wednesdays, starting February 1st 2023. The full program is shown below:

Date  Time  Speaker & (Affiliation)  Title 
February 1st    4-4.40pm  Dr. Andrea Di Carlo  (University College Cork)  Foucault and the Reformation 
4.45-5.25pm  Agnese Casellato  (University College Dublin)  Anti-Individualist Rejoinders to Quine’s Indeterminacy Conjecture 
February 15th     4-4.40pm  Charles Quinn (University College Dublin & Copenhagen University) The Latency of Experience in Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis: An Implicit Ethics of Subjectivity in Merleau-Ponty and Lacan 
4.45-5.25pm  Danny Forde (University College Cork)  Psychedelic realism – phenomenology of psychedelic experiences 
March 1st   4-4.40pm  Francesco Di Betta (Universita degli Studi di Milano)    Knowing and Necessity: How Can We Counterfactually Account for Our Mathematical Knowledge  
4.45-5.25pm  Alessandro Guardascione (University College Dublin)  Situating Evaluativism in Psychiatry: Exploring the Partnership between Analytic-Linguistic and Phenomenological Approaches. 
5.30-6.10pm  Michela Dianetti   (University of Galway)  Iris Murdoch and the ‘Mystical Novelist’: A Secular Mysticism Rooted in Simone Weil’s Concept of Attention 
March 15th     4-4.40pm  Liberty Conlon  (Trinity College Dublin)  What are the implications of Nietzsche’s use of Aristophanes for his overall tragic philosophy as presented in the Birth of Tragedy? How does this affect our understanding of his criticisms of Euripides? 
4.45-5.25pm  Mariane Oliverira (University of São Paulo)    The enquirer’s method and the “pre-scientific notions” on Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics B.1-2  
5.30-6.10pm  Greg Crowley  (University of Galway)  Husserl’s Methodology – From Realism to Idealism and Back   
March 29th   4-4.40pm  Jack Ryan  (Trinity College Dublin)    The status of Representationalism in Huw Price’s Global Expressivism 
4.45-5.25pm  Antonio Pio De Mattia (University College Dublin)  End or transformation: the reiteration of philosophical questions and the Transcendental-pragmatic response 
5.30-6.10pm  Catherine Barry  (Maynooth University)    Locke’s Peculiar Prerogative: Irish debate over toleration and the papal deposing power in the 1720s.