19th Annual Graduate Philosophy Conference: “Reconstructing Reason: Developing the concept of reason through history”, welcomes graduate students working in all areas in philosophy that relate to the conference’s main themes.
“The Idea of Freedom: 19th and 20th Century Perspectives” is organized by Professors Owen Ware and Michael Morgan, and will also feature lectures by Jacqueline Mariña, Dean Moyar, and Karin Nisenbaum.
The annual OPTA full-day conference consists of a plenary and break-out sessions on topics of two kinds: theoretical sessions led by university professors, and pedagogy-oriented sessions delivered by practicing high school philosophy teachers.
Every year, our department hosts a Philosophy Research Conference for undergraduate students to showcase top work at the university. This year’s conference will feature 20 student talks, as well as a keynote presentation by Professor Alice MacLachlan of York University. The conference will also see the launch of two journals, volume 20 of Noēsis and the inaugural issue of the journal of the University of Toronto Undergraduate Bioethics Society (UTUBS). All are welcome!
This year’s speakers at this annual conference on Spinoza’s philosophy include Lilli Alanen, John Carriero, Olli Koistinen, Jon Miller, Steve Nadler, Alan Nelson, Alison Peterman, and Noa Shein.
This conference explores interdisciplinary approaches to the work of George Simmel; presenters include Omar Lizardo, Natàlia Cantó Milà, Elizabeth Goodstein, and more.
The conference on the concept of intersubjectivity in continental philosophy is organized by professors Owen Ware and Michael Morgan. A more detailed schedule of events and speakers will be posted shortly.
The 18th Annual University of Toronto Graduate Philosophy Conference, PsyPhi: Philosophy meets Psychology, welcomesgraduate students working in all areas in philosophy that relate to the conference’s main themes.
The History of Modern Philosophy Group is pleased to present the 2017 History of Metaphysics Conference: Infinity. The conference is organized by professors Karolina Hübner and Nick Stang.
Organized by Professor Nick Stang, this conference aims to generate dialogue between contemporary analytic metaphysicians and scholars of Kant, who famously questioned whether such a thing as metaphysics is even possible. Participants include Amie Thomasson (Dartmouth), Eric Watkins (UC San Diego), our own Damian Melamedoff, and many more.
Every year, our department hosts a Philosophy Research Conference for undergraduate students to showcase top work at the university. This year’s conference will feature 15-20 student talks, as well as a keynote presentation by Professor Samantha Brennan of the University of Guelph.
Day one of a two-day conference on ethics co-sponsored by U of T’s Faculty of Law, Munk School of Global Affairs, and Centre for Ethics takes place at the Dept. of Philosophy. Learn more.