King’s History of Philosophy Seminar will meet regularly through the academic year at King’s College London. The Seminar aims to promote discussion of methods and approaches to the History of Philosophy as well as of thinkers and topics within the tradition. We wish to encourage contextual and interdisciplinary perspectives, and welcome researchers in disciplines such as History, Theology, and Political Theory as well as Philosophy. Meetings take place on Fridays from 11am to 1pm. All welcome. For inquiries contact John Callanan (email@example.com or Clare Carlisle (firstname.lastname@example.org).
November 10th 2017 (K2.41, King’s Building) – Niall O’Flaherty (KCL), On Malthus.
December 1st 2017 (K2.41, King’s Building) – David McNaughton (Edinburgh), On Joseph Butler.
February 16th 2018 (Small Committee Room, King’s Building)– Yitzhak Melamed (Johns Hopkins), On Spinoza.
March 23rd 2018 (Small Committee Room, King’s Building)–- Sharon Kirshek (Tel Aviv), On Kierkegaard.
April 27th 2081 (Small Committee Room, King’s Building) – Christopher Insole (Durham), On Kant.
May 25th 2018 (Small Committee Room, King’s Building) – Emily Thomas (Durham), On May Sinclair.
A fascinating interview with Mark, titled ‘Brentano’s Mind, Frege’s Sense’, has been published at 3am magazine.
Professors are not the only prolific researchers in our department. Some of our current and recent PhD students also publish cutting edge research. Here are some recent examples.
Dimitri Coelho Mollo
- Coelho Mollo, D. (forthcoming) “Content Pragmatism Defended”, Topoi
- Coelho Mollo, D. (2017) “Functional individuation, mechanistic implementation: the proper way of seeing the mechanistic view of concrete computation”, Synthese
- Doody, P. (2017). Is there evidence of robust, unconscious self-deception? A reply to Funkhouser and Barrett. PHILOSOPHICAL PSYCHOLOGY, 1-20.
- Franklin, A. (2017 — forthcoming) ‘On the Renormalisation Group Explanation of Universality‘, Philosophy of Science
- Karpus, J. and Radzvilas, M. (2017) ‘Team reasoning and a measure of mutual advantage in games’, Economics and Philosophy, pp. 1-30
- Karpus, J. and Gold, N. (2017) ‘Team reasoning: theory and evidence’, in J. Kiverstein (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of the Social Mind, Routledge Taylor Francis, pp. 400-417
Kimpton-Nye, S. (2017 — in press) ‘Humean Laws in an unHumean World‘ Journal of the American Philosophical Association .