April 4-6, 2014, International Berkeley Conference: The Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Organized by Peter Larsen, Aisling Crean, and Stefan Storrie, the conference included a tour of Marsh’s Library and a reception at the Royal Irish Academy, and featured the following presentations:

  • Kenneth Pearce (Southern California): “Matter, God, and Nonsense: Berkeley’s Polemic Against the Freethinkers in the Three Dialogues”
  • Sukjae Lee (Seoul National): “Berkeley’s Occasionalism in the Dialogues”
  • David Wilkins (Trinity College Dublin): “Berkeley, the Minute Mathematician”
  • David Berman (Trinity College Dublin): “Irish Philosophy: Past and Present”
  • Lisa Downing (Ohio State): “Ideas and Sensible Qualities: The Structure of Idealism in the Principles vs. the Dialogues”
  • Keota Fields (Massachusetts, Dartmouth): “Berkeley on Idealism, Meaning and the Naturalistic Fallacy”
  • Jennifer Marušić (Brandeis): “Berkeley on Sensations as Acts of Mind and the Passivity of Perception”
  • James Levine (Trinity College Dublin): “Prior vs. Williams on the Master Argument”
  • Tom Stoneham (York): “Refractions, Reflections and Dreams”
  • James Hill (Charles U Prague): “‘I do not perceive it as I perceive a triangle, a colour, or a sound’: Knowledge of the Self in the Three Dialogues”
  • Stephen Daniel (Texas A&M): “Berkeley on God’s Knowledge of Pain”
  • John Russell Roberts (Florida State): “A Platonic Solution to a Puzzle in the Three Dialogues”
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