British Society for the History of Philosophy: Annual ConferenceLogo for British Society for the History of Philosophy Conference

The Department of Philosophy at the University of Sheffield will host the British Society for the History of Philosophy conference this week from 6-8 April 2017. This is the biggest and broadest history of philosophy conference worldwide with over ninety papers, and a hundred delegates.

Keynote speakers

The papers will cover all areas of the history of philosophy. They include a panel on William James (organized by Sheffield PhD student Neil Williams), a panel on Løgstrup organised by Professor Bob Stern, a panel on Schelling and Kant (organised by Sheffield alumni Joe Saunders and Charlotte Alderwick), as well a whole host of other diverse panels including sessions on the ‘Founding Mothers of Analytic Philosophy’, ‘Medieval Logic’, and ‘Pragmatism in South America’.

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