Rainer Forst (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt), winner of the 2012 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize, works mainly on political theory, pragmatism, tolerance, and political and social justice. He is considered one of the world’s most eminent authorities on the subject of toleration.
Snow Xueyin Zhang, a Bersoff Faculty Fellow at NYU, works on formal epistemology, philosophy of probability, and the philosophy of statistics.
Join us for the 2023 edition of the Annual Toronto Workshop in Ancient Philosophy (ATWAP).
Tamar Lando (Columbia) has a particular interest in modal logic, topological and probabilistic semantics, as well as philosophical theories of chance, coincidence, and luck.
Aidan Gray (Illinois Chicago) has research interests in the philosophy of language, the philosophy of mind, linguistics, and the history of analytic philosophy. Most of his work focuses on proper names, reference, and issues surrounding Frege’s Puzzle.
Harvey Lederman is professor and Jonathan Edwards Bicentennial Preceptor at Princeton University, with broad interests in contemporary philosophy and the history of philosophy.
Robert Pasnau, a professor of Philosophy at the University of Colorado Boulder, has main interests in the history of philosophy, especially the end of the Middle Ages and the beginnings of the modern era. His colloquium talk will focus on the Hume’s philosophy.
Join us for a workshop on the self, belief, and AI, jointly hosted by the University of Toronto and the AI & Humanity Lab @HKU.
Aesthetic cultures across the globe diverge in taste. Every art form presents something unique to those who know it. In this all-day, in-person workshop, four philosophers will explore the phenomenon, while three scholars from outside philosophy will comment.
Angela Mendelovici, an associate professor in the Department of Philosophy at Western University and a member of the Rotman Institute of Philosophy there, focuses her research focuses on intentionality, consciousness, and the relationship between the two.
The theme for the 2022 ATWAP conference is “The Reception of Plato: Then and Now.” This year’s conference will offer occasion to celebrate the work of Professor Harold Tarrant, on his 75th birthday and retirement from the University of Newcastle, Australia.
Join us for an author-meets-critics panel on Clare Carlisle’s “Spinoza’s Religion” (Princeton University Press, 2021).