Events

Princeton Conference on Infinite Value, Oct 31st – Nov 1st.

The Marc Sanders Foundation joins with Princeton University’s CRNAP Fund to sponsor a two-day conference to be held in Princeton, NJ, on the topic of Infinite Value. This conference will take place from 1pm Saturday Oct 31st until 5.30pm Sunday … more

Sanders Seminar at Rutgers, Spring 2015

The Marc Sanders Foundation is sponsoring a Sanders Seminar at Rutgers University in Spring 2015, under the direction of Professor Susanna Schellenberg, Department of Philosophy. The topic of the seminar is “Epistemology: Perceptual Evidence.” Guest speakers include: Tom Kelly (Princeton), Mark … more

Sanders Seminar at UNC (Chapel Hill), Spring 2015

A Sanders Seminar will be held at The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, in Spring 2015, under the direction of Professor L. A. Paul, Department of Philosophy. The topic of the seminar is “Spatial and temporal experience.” Guest visitors include  Carla … more

Sanders Seminar at UT Austin, Fall 2014

The philosophy department at the University of Texas at Austin has agreed to host the inaugural Sanders Seminar in Fall 2014. The Seminar will be led by David Sosa, Temple Centennial Professor in the Humanities and Chair, Department of Philosophy, … more

Terence Horgan gives Sanders Lecture on April 19, 2014

The inaugural APA Sanders Lecture will be given by Terence Horgan of the University of Arizona. The title of the lecture is “Injecting the Phenomenology of Agency into the Free Will Debate”. The APA Sanders Lecture will be held from … more

Metaphysics Conference at Columbia University, April 25-27

Registration is now open for the first Metaphysics Conference at Columbia University, from April 25th through April 27th, 2014. The conference is free and open to the public. If you wish to register for this conference please e-mail Robyn Whitaker. … more

2013 Sanders Conference At Princeton University

November 1, 2013 The first annual Sanders Conference will be held at Princeton University from November 1st through November 3rd, 2013. The topic will be the philosophy of perception and the speakers will include Susanna Siegel (Harvard), Alex Byrne (MIT), … more

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