On 24 October, this half-day workshop will address issues raised by Craig Callender’s Lakatos Award-winning book, What Makes Time Special?
Wednesday 24 October 2018, Lakatos Building, LSE
Chair: Roman Frigg
|14:00||Craig Callender (UC San Diego): “What Makes Time Special?”||LAK.206|
|14:20||Carl Hoefer (University of Barcelona): “Manifest Time as Physicalism’s 2nd Hard Problem”||LAK.206|
|15:20||Huw Price (University of Cambridge): “Two Paths to Modal Pragmatism”||LAK.206|
|16:25||Heather Dyke (LSE): “Explaining Manifest Time: What Language Can’t Tell Us About Time”||LAK.206|
|17:25||Alastair Wilson (University of Birmingham): “Why is Time Special?”||LAK.206|
Each talk is followed by a short (5min) reply by Craig Callender and then an open discussion.
All talks take place in the Lakatos Building, LSE.
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