Women in Early Analytical Philosophy, at Ghent.

Another great event about women in the history of philosophy! Details, including program, below.

The Department of Philosophy & Moral Sciences, Ghent University, in collaboration with the Journal for the History of Analytic Philosophy, is pleased to announce an international workshop on “Women in Early Analytical Philosophy,”
Date: October 5, 2015
Location, KANTL (Ghent)
Program:
8:45: Welcome with Coffee
9:00-10:15: Anna Brożek (Warsaw), ‘Maria Kokoszyńska-Lutman: between the Lvov-Warsaw School and the Vienna Circle’
Coffee/Tea
10:30-11:30: Giulia Felapi (KCL), ‘Langer, Stebbing, Welby: Challenging the Fregean Mainstream’
11:35-12:35: F.M. Janssen-Leuret (Nottingham), ‘Susan Stebbing on Incomplete Symbols’
Lunch
14:30-15:30: Alicja Chybińska (Warsaw), ‘Izydora Dąmbska on semiotic defects’
Coffee/Tea
15:45-16:45: Ben Brast-McKie (Oxford), ‘Early Interpretations of the Barcan Formula: Ruth Barcan Marcus and the History of Quantifed Modal Logic’
Coffee/tea
17:00-18:15: Julia Driver (WashU), ‘The Case Against Consequentialism: Anscombe, Foot, and Murdoch’

Conference hosts: Maria Van der Schaar (Leiden) & Eric Schliesser (Gent/Amsterdam)
Attendance is free, but please contact Eric Schliesser (nescio2@yahoo.com) by September 30, 2015

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