On 10 November, this half-day workshop will explore some of the issues raised by Brian Epstein’s Lakatos Award winning book, The Ant Trap.
This workshop accompanies the Lakatos Award lecture on 9 November and follows Biological Identity: an expert workshop on Thomas Pradeu’s book The Limits of the Self: Immunology and Biological Identity.
|14:00–14:05||Welcome and introduction||LAK.206|
|14:05–14:35||Brian Epstein (Tufts): “Précis of The Ant Trap”||LAK.206|
|14:35–14:50||Mattia Gallotti (LSE): “Intentionalism in Social Ontology”||LAK.206|
|14:50–15:00||Epstein reply to Gallotti||LAK.206|
|15:00–15:20||Katharine Jenkins (Nottingham): “Applying Epstein’s Framework to Gender”||LAK.206|
|15:20–15:30||Epstein reply to Jenkins||LAK.206|
This workshop is free and open to all, but registration is required. Please email Tom Hinrichsen to register.
All talks take place at LSE in room 2.06 of the Lakatos Building (LAK). For further help finding your way, see the LSE Maps and Directions website, or the Lakatos building special needs access guide via DisabledGo.
LSE offers convenience childcare services near campus. Visit the LSE Nursery Homepage for more information and to apply.