Determinism and Freedom: Historical and Systematic Perspectives
Ort: LMU München Hauptgebäude Raum M210
Beginn: 15.11.2018 13:00
Ende: 16.11.2018 16:15
In recent years, the problem of freedom and determinism has received special attention in the analytic debate. The aim of the conference is to bring together both speakers from the analytic tradition and more historically oriented researchers. Prof. Peter van Inwagen (Notre Dame) will give a keynote lecture, and other presentations by leading scholars and young researchers will follow.
The conference will cover the following topics:
- The Consequence Argument and its Critics
- Formal Approaches to the Problem of Free Will
- Aristotle on Determinism
- Freedom and Determinism in Medieval Philosophy
- Freedom and Determinism in Early Modern Philosophy
- Freedom and Determinism in Kant
- Freedom and Determinism in German Idealism
Peter van Inwagen (Notre Dame), Dorothea Frede (Hamburg), Helen Beebee (Manchester), Claudia Blöser (Frankfurt), Thomas Buchheim (Munich), Julian Nida-Rümelin (Munich), Benjamin Schnieder (Hamburg), Marco Hausmann (Munich), Thomas Pink (London), Christoph Jäger (Innsbruck), Jörg Noller (Munich).
Registration (by November 5)
The conference is kindly supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG)