on Late Modern Philosophy
Workshop on Late Modern Philosophy provides an
annual forum for presenting new work on
late-eighteenth through early-twentieth-century
THEME FOR 2012: The 2012
Workshop focused on the role of the unconscious,
unknown, and illusory in human agency.
The Workshop provides speakers with an opportunity
to receive constructive feedback on work in
progress. Papers are distributed in
advance. At the workshop, the participants
give brief summaries of their papers; this is
followed by an hour of discussion per paper.
The discussion is open to all audience
Commonwealth Avenue (School of Theology
building), Room 325 (Friday sessions) and B19
PAST WORKSHOPS: The inaugural
workshop was held in 2011. The theme was
Philosophical Psychology and Ethics. The
speakers were Alexander Nehamas,Maudemarie
Clark, David Dudrick,Charles
Griswold, Paul Katsafanas, Frederick Neuhouser,Bernard
Sedgwick. The 2011 program is available here.