University of Sheffield Philosophy Undergraduate Conference

The University of Sheffield Philosophy Undergraduate Conference is arranged every year by the Sheffield philosophy department and is a great chance for undergraduates to experience presenting one of their own papers to an interested group of peers.

We welcome students from all philosophy departments, and we welcome submissions from students at all levels of study.

24 - 25 March 2018

The Diamond, Workroom 3

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Provisional Programme

Saturday 24 March

10:30-11:00: Arrival and Welcome
11:00-11:30: Pain Asymbolia and Pain: Wiktoria Kulik (University of Sheffield)
11:35-12:05: Can Virtue Ethics Provide a Useful Criterion for Moral Rightness: Alexandra Hall (University of York)
12:20-12:50: Adapting Kripkeā€™s Modal Logic to Analyse Contextual Statements: Fraser Logue (Durham University)
Lunch (not provided)
14:00-15:30: Keynote Presentation (Title TBC): Jack Woods (University of Leeds)
15:45-16:15: TBC
16:20-16:50: TBC

Sunday 25 March