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 Disappearing”
13:00-14:00  Sightseeing on campus
Session Two: Adam Grzeliński (Nicolaus Copernicus), chair
14:00-14:45  Talia Leven (Open U Israel): “Ghost of Departed Quantities”
15:00-15:45  Michael Roubach (Hebrew U Jerusalem): “Berkeley and Husserl’s Notion of Abstraction”
Tuesday, April 5
Session Three: Mark Steiner (Hebrew U Jerusalem), chair
9:30-10:15  Georges Dicker (SUNY Brockport): “Berkeley’s Critique of Locke’s Theory of Perception”
10:30-11:15  Ville Paukkonen (Helsinki): “Berkeley’s Conception of Substance”
Session Four: Michael Roubach (Hebrew U Jerusalem), chair
14:00-14:45  Adam Grzeliński (Nicolaus Copernicus): “Siris and Berkeley’s Late Social Philosophy”
15:00-15:45  Ofra Shefi (Hebrew U Jerusalem): “A Question of Reason: On Berkeley’s Attitude to Teleology”
Wednesday, April 6
Session Five: Richard Brook (Bloomsburg), chair
9:30-10:15  Mark Steiner (Hebrew U Jerusalem): “Borrowings from Berkeley in Hume’s Treatise of Human Nature
10:30-11:15  Yaron Wolf (Oxford): “Alciphron and Berkeley’s Theory of Sense Perception”
Session Six: Meir Buzaglo (Hebrew U Jerusalem), chair
14:00-14:45  Bartosz Żukowski (Lodz): “Berkeley and Collier: A Case of Fortunate Coincidence”
15:00-15:45  Richard Brook (Bloomsburg): “Berkeley’s De Motu: Berkeley, Newton, Explanation and Causality”
Thursday, April 7
Session Seven: Talia Leven (Open U Israel), chair
9:30-10:15  Marta Szymańska-Lewoszewska (Nicolaus Copernicus): “Unity, Diversity and Order: On Natural Religion in Berkeley’s Works from 1730s to 1750s”
11:00-11:45  Artem Besedin (Moscow State): “Scholastic and Cartesian Models of Intuition in Berkeley’s Philosophy”
Session Eight: Bartosz Żukowski (Lodz), chair
14:00-14:45  Piotr Szałek (Catholic U, Lublin, Poland): “Berkeley’s Non-Cognitivism”
15:00-15:45  Marc Pickering (Lynn U): “The Ideas in God’s Mind”