Marc Sanders Foundation Conferences aim to bring together experts in the field to present their research and interact with one another’s ideas. These conferences are held in conjunction with existing philosophy departments and are free and open to all academics, students, and interested members of the public who wish to attend.
The Sanders Conference on Monism occurred on November 11-12, 2016 at Rutgers University and was organized by Jonathan Schaffer.
Lectures delivered include:
(links open to presenters’ Websites)
- Terry Horgan, “The One is Real but the Many are Transcendentally Ideal”
- Dean Zimmerman, “Arguments for Monism from Internal Relations”
- Ricki Bliss, “Monisms East and West”
- Mark Johnston, “Can Monists be Moral?
- Kelly Trogdon, “Sparse Ontology beyond the Concrete”
- Elizabeth Miller, “Non-Piecemeal Atomism”
- Ted Sider, “Monism, Ground, and Structuralism”
- Michael Della Rocca, “Monism of Knowledge”