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18-20 May 2017, Bishop Berkeley’s Querist in Context, NUI Galway

Conference Abstracts Berkeley’s Social Philosophy By Bertil Belfrage belfrage.research@telia.com In this paper I will follow the development of Berkeley’s moral philosophy from his early days as a student at TCD, over intolerant fundamentalism in Passive Obedience (1712), and the first

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Berkeley’s Social Philosophy By Bertil Belfrage belfrage.research@telia.com In this paper I will follow the development of Berkeley’s moral philosophy from his early days as a student at TCD, over intolerant fundamentalism in Passive Obedience (1712), and the first steps to

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4-7 January 2017, International Berkeley Society, American Philosophical Association Meeting, Baltimore

Jennifer Marušić (Brandeis), “Berkeley on the Objects of Perception” Samuel Rickless (UCSD), “Is Shepherd’s Pen Mightier than Berkeley’s Word?” Seth Bordner (Alabama), “The Master Argument: What it is and is not, what it does and does not”

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4-7 April 2016, International Berkeley Conference, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel

Organizers: Meir Buzaglo and Bertil Belfrage. Monday, April 4 9:30-9:45  Opening of Conference: Bertil Belfrage (Lund) Session One: Georges Dicker (SUNY Brockport), chair 9:45-10:30  Bertil Belfrage (Lund): “George Berkeley’s New Philosophy (after 1721)” 10:45-11:30  Meir Buzaglo (Hebrew U Jerusalem): “An Idealistic View on

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7 January 2016, IBS Session, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division Meeting, Washington, DC.

Organizer: Seth Bordner. Melissa Frankel (Carlton University, Canada): “Descartes and Berkeley on Sensory Perception”; response: Genevieve Migely (Cornell College, Iowa) Nathan Sheff (University of Connecticut): “Berkeley’s Dilemma for Temporal Absolutists”; response: Eric Schliesser (University of Ghent) Stephen Daniel (Texas A&M

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28 December 2014, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Philadelphia, PA, IBS Session

Stephen H. Daniel (Texas A&M): “Berkeley and Descartes on How Perception Is Active”; response: Thomas Lennon (Western Ontario) Geoffrey Gorham (Macalester College): “Locke and Berkeley on Time and Succession”; response: Martha Brandt Bolton (Rutgers)

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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

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Dec. 28, 2013, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Baltimore, MD, IBS Session

Stefan Storrie (Trinity College Dublin): “Berkeley and Shaftesbury on Moral Motivation”; response: Adam Grzeliński (Nicolaus Copernicus) Don Garrett (New York U): “Extended Ideas in Berkeley and Hume”; response: Don Baxter (Connecticut)

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Aug. 19-22, 2013, International Berkeley Conference: The 300th Anniversary of the Publication of Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous, Collegium Maius, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

Organized by Bertil Belfrage and Milowit Kuniński, the conference featured the following presentations: Wolfgang Breidert (Karlsruhe): “Immaterialism and Illusionism: Berkeley in Poetry–A Continuation” Bertil Belfrage (Lund): “Berkeley’s Three Dialogues in the Context of His Works 1709-1733” Mykolas Drunga (Vytautas Magnus,

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Feb. 21, 2013, American Philosophical Association, Central Division, Chicago, IL

IBS Session: Authors Reply to Critics, A Roundtable John R. Roberts (Florida State University): “Berkeley’s Mental Realism” Marc Hight (Hampden-Sydney College): “Why Ideas Have an Ontological (and not Merely Epistemic) Status” Stephen H. Daniel (Texas A&M University): “How Berkeley Redefines

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