Workshop on Metaphysical Structure at Princeton, April 6-7

Workshop on Metaphysical Structure at Princeton, April 6-7

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CRNAP Workshop on Metaphysical Structure I: Contemporary Work*
Princeton University
201 Marx Hall
6-7 April, 2013
Saturday 6 April
2:00-3:10 “The multiple dimensions of non-fundamentality”
Kathrin Koslicki (University of Colorado, Boulder)
3:20-4.30 “Metaphysics without properties”
Mark Johnston (Princeton)
4:30-4:50 Refreshments
4:50-6:00 “Real Definition”
Gideon Rosen (Princeton)
6:00-late Drinks and dinner in the Tower Room
Sunday 7 April
9:30-10.40 “Conditional grounding”
Ralf Bader (Oxford)
10:50-12:00 “No work for a theory of grounding”
Jessica Wilson (University of Toronto)
12:00-12:20 Refreshments
12:20-1:30 “Metaphysics outside grounding”
Daniel Nolan (ANU)
1:30 Lunch
The workshop is free and open to those who register by March 29 2013. Please contact
Brigid Sudnick to register. For more information please
contact Shamik Dasgupta at Princeton.
*This is the first of three workshops on metaphysical structure to be sponsored by the
Cooperative Research Network in Analytic Philosophy (CRNAP). The second will focus
on metaphysical structure in the medieval and early modern period, and the third will
focus on contemporary applications of metaphysical notions to the philosophy of physics.
Funding for CRNAP is provided by Princeton University through the University’s Global
Collaborative Network Fund, by the University of Oxford, and by the Australian National
University.

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