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      May 10, 2019

      Friday  10:00 AM

      1 Penn Plz # 2406
      Hanover, New Hampshire 03755

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      Philosophical Methodology and Meta-Metaphsics

      Philosophical Methodology and Meta-Metaphysics, May 2019

      Format: Talk (30-35min ideally, 45 min max), Comments (10min), and then Q+A


      Friday, May 10, 2019

      10:00 – 11:45  Karen Bennett (Rutgers University)
                             comments from Vera Flocke (New York University)
                             chair: Nadeem Hussain (Stanford University)

      1:45-3:30  Gideon Rosen (Princeton University))
                       comments from David Plunkett (Dartmouth College)
                       chair: Nina Emery (Mount Holyoke College)

      4:00-5:45  Amie Thomasson (Dartmouth College)
                       comments from Lea Schroeder (Yale University)
                       chair: Michaela McSweeney (Boston University)


      Saturday May 11, 2019

      10:00 – 11:45  Theodore Sider (Rutgers University)
                              comments from Eli Hirsch (Brandeis University)
                              chair: Asya Passinsky (Dartmouth College)

      1:45-3:30  Kyle Mitchell (University of Cambridge)
                       comments from Billy Dunaway (Univrsity of Missouri - St. Louis)
                       chair: Jonathan Phillips (Harvard University)

      4:00-5:45  Selim Berker (Harvard University)
                       comments from Jamie Dreier (Brown University)
                       chair: Mark Warren (Daemen College)


      Co-organized by David Plunkett and Amie Thomasson.

      Co-sponsored by the Lu Family Academic Enrichment Fund in Philosophy, the Leslie Humanities Center, the Ethics Institute, and the Associate Dean of the Arts and Humanities.
      The workshop is free and open to all, space permitting.

      Registration is required. Please register here: https://goo.gl/forms/wOIw08FnBXiiIh9I2  Registration ends Monday, May 6, at 12 midnight, EST. (Venue location will be provided upon registration.)

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