Category: Conferences

Feb. 18, 2012, American Philosophical Association, Central Division, Chicago, IL, IBS Session

Katia Saporiti (University of Zurich): “Berkeley’s Concept of Time” David Raynor (University of Ottawa): “Berkeley’s Reticence about Divine Archetypes”

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Dec. 28, 2011, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Washington, DC, IBS Session

Hugh Hunter (University of Toronto): “Berkeley and the Price of Tulips” Kenneth L. Pearce (Southern California): “Divine Language, Unperceived Objects, and Berkeley’s Response to Skepticism” Luc Peterschmitt (University of Lille III): “Berkeley and Chemistry in the Siris: The Rebuilding of a

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June 22-24, 2011, Conference on Berkeley’s Theory of Mind, Perception, and Knowledge, University of Zürich, Switzerland

Organized by Katia Saporiti, the conference featured the following presentations: Margaret Atherton (Wisconsin/Milwaukee): “Spirits and Substances” Wolfgang Breidert (Karlsruhe): “Berkeley and problems of memory” Georges Dicker (SUNY Brockport): “Reflections on Berkeley’s Theory of Mind” Ville Paukkonen (Helsinki): “Berkeley’s conception of

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28th December 2010, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Boston, MA, IBS Session

Nancy Kendrick (Wheaton College, MA): “The Empty Amusement of Seeing: Berkeley on Causation and Explanation” Richard Brook (Bloomsberg University): “Berkeley and the Causality of Ideas: Another Look at Principles 25”

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September 24-26, 2010, Conference on Berkeley’s Theory of Mind, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario

Organized by Benjamin Hill and Corey Dyck, the conference was held at the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. Celebrating the 300th anniversary of the publication of Berkeley’s Treatise concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge (1710), the IBS-sponsored event included scholars from

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6th-9th April 2010, International Berkeley Conference, Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Organized by Richard Glauser, the conference was held at the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Celebrating the 300thanniversary of the publication of Berkeley’s Treatise concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge (1710), the IBS-sponsored event included scholars from Europe, North America, and Japan who,

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28th December 2008, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, New York, NY

IBS Session: The 300th Anniversary of the Publication of the New Theory of Vision Kenneth Winkler (Yale University): “The First Person in Vision” Martha Brandt Bolton (Rutgers University): “Is the Doctrine of a Visual Language Integral to Berkeley’s Theory of Vision?”

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17th-20th August 2009, International Berkeley Conference, Karlsruhe, Germany

Organized by Bertil Belfrage, Wolfgang Breidert, and Marlene Breidert, the conference was held at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Celebrating the 300thanniversary of the publication of Berkeley’s Essay towards A New Theory of Vision (1709), the IBS-sponsored event included scholars from Europe

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19th February 2009, American Philosophical Association, Central Division, Chicago

IBS Session Peter Baumann (Aberdeen University): “Molyneux’s Question and the Berkeleian Answer” Commentator: Robert Schwartz (University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee) Keota Fields (University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth): “The Role of Predication in Berkeley’s Immaterialism” Commentator: Larry Nolan (California State University–Long Beach)

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28th December 2008, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Philadelphia, PA

IBS Session: “Authors Meet Critics: Recent Books on Berkeley” Daniel Flage (James Madison University) on Talia Bettcher’s Berkeley’s Philosophy of Spirit Response: Talia Bettcher (California State University, Los Angeles) Walter Ott (Virginia Tech University) on John Roberts’ A Metaphysics for the Mob:

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