Analytic Philosophy and the History of Philosophy
WITH THE SUPPORT OF THE MIND ASSOCIATION, THE TAYLOR & FRANCIS GROUP, PUBLISHERS OF THE BRITISH JOURNAL FOR THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY AND IN COLLABORATION WITH THE C.N.R.S., PARIS
St Anne's College, Oxford
22 - 24 March 2002
Speakers on Saturday included:
- Michael Ayers: 'Richard Burthogge and the Origins of Modern Conceptualism'
- Vere Chappell: 'Hume and Reid on Human Action'
- John Cottingham: 'Why Analytic Philosophers should do History of Philosophy'
- Dan Garber: 'What's philosophical about the History of Philosophy?'
- Oliver Leaman: 'Philosophy, its History and the Intentionalist Fallacy'
- Malcolm Schofield: tbc
- Tom Sorell: 'On saying 'No' to the History of Philosophy'
- Yves Charles Zarka: 'Is the Hobbes of the Analytic Approach the same as the Hobbes of History?'
Speakers on Sunday included:
- Margaret Atherton: 'When was Analytic Philosophy the Death of the History of Philosophy?'
- Michael Beaney: 'Historical Indexicality and the Paradox of Analysis'
- Nikolay Milkov: 'History of Analytic Philosophy: Helping to Bring an Unfinished Project to its Conclusion'
- John Rogers: 'The Nature of Philosophy and Its History'