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Third Annual North Sea Early Modern Workshop, Antwerp, October 12-13.

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  • Eric Schliesser
    [Apologies for X-posting!] The University of Antwerp with co-sponsorship of Ghent University is proud to announce the conference program for the Third Annual
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 2, 2010
      [Apologies for X-posting!]
      The University of Antwerp with co-sponsorship of Ghent University is proud to announce the conference program for the Third Annual North Sea Early Modern Workshop, October  12-13, 2010, Antwerp Belgium.

      Scientific Committee: Willem Lemmens (Antwerp), James Harris  (St. Andrews), and Eric Schliesser (Ghent).

      All talks will be held at Stadscampus Antwerp University, Room 218, Rodestraat.'
      Attendance is free, but please inform Willem Lemmens <willem.lemmens@...> of your possible attendance.

      October 12
      Chair: Wim Lemmens (Antwerp)
      9:30-9:45: welcome: Wim Lemmens
       9:45-11:00: James Harris  (St. Andrews): 'Hume's peculiar definition of justice'
       coffee
      11:15-12:30pm: Esther  Kroeker (Leuven): What in the world are Reid's principles of action?
       Lunch
      Chair: Eric Schliesser (Ghent)
      1:45-3pm: Spiros Tegos  (Crete): David Hume and Adam Smith on the 'Addisonian' and French origins of politeness
      coffee
      3:15-4:30: Keith Hankins: (Arizona)  "Adam Smith and our Irregular Sentiments"
      tea
      4:45-6p: Ryan  Hanley (Marquette): "Adam Smith: From Love to Sympathy"

      8pm:  conference dinner (TBA)

      October 13
      Chair: Eric Schliesser (Ghent)
      9:30-10:45: Petra Van Brabandt (Antwerp): "David Hume's "A Dialogue""
      coffee/tea
      11:00-12:15: Mikko  Tolonen (Helsinki): "Why we should describe Hume as a Mandevillean moral theorist"
      Lunch
      Chair: James Harris (St. Andrews)
      1:30-2:45: Katherine Paxman (Antwerp): "Transient, Changeable,  Feeling: Hume's Need for a Category of 'Emotion'"
      coffee/tea
      3:00-4:15:  Anik Waldow (Sydney): Self through the Other: Pride & Shame in Hume's Moral Psychology
      coffee/tea
      4:30-5:45:  Michelle Mason (Minnesota): Hume's Pride


      Prospective participants may wish to stay in the Low countries for two other workshops: 
       
      i) Workshop on Strawsonian and Consequentialist Views on Personal Responsibility
      15 & 16 October, 2010, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (NL)
      General and registration information: <http://www.eur.nl/fw/english/workshopsma10/>
       
      ii) Moral Responsibility: Analytic Approaches, Substantive Accounts and Case Studies - Ghent, 18-19 October 2010,

       
      BOF Research Professor, Philosophy and Moral Sciences, Ghent University, Blandijnberg 2, Ghent, B-9000, Belgium. Phone: (31)-(0)6-15005958
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