WELSH PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY

Gregynog Hall, Friday 4th – Sunday 6th May 2018

54th Session: Programme

Friday, 4th May

4 p.m.              Tea

4.30 pm           Postgraduate paper:  Rhianwen Daniel (Cardiff), 'Appropriating Wittgenstein for Linguistic Nationalism'

7.00 p.m.         Dinner                                                  

8.00 p.m.         Hugh Knott (Anglesey) will introduce a discussion of Dick Beardsmore’s ‘Learning from a novel’

Saturday, 5th May

8 a.m.              Breakfast

10 a.m.            Hans Fink (Aarhus), ‘On Løgstrup on Trust’

11 a.m.            Coffee, followed by discussion of paper

12.30 p.m.     Short business meeting

1 p.m.           Lunch

4 p.m.           Tea

4.30 p.m.        Toby Betenson (Bangor), 'Sense and Sensitivity: Referents for the Moral Law'

7.00 p.m.         Dinner

Sunday, 6th May

8 a.m.            Breakfast

9.15 a.m.         Annual Wittgenstein Lecture: Ian Ground (Hertfordshire and Newcastle), ‘Ensonification: Reflections’

10.15 a.m.       Coffee & Discussion

11.45 a.m.       Departure

The conference is sponsored by generous contributions from the British Wittgenstein Society and University of Wales Trinity St David.

If you would like to attend the meeting please complete and return the form below electronically, and send the requisite payment. The deadline for registration is Wednesday 31st January.  While it may well be possible to register after this date, it cannot be guaranteed.

The registration fee covers full bed and board from afternoon tea on Friday to morning coffee on Sunday. If you do not fall clearly into any of the three categories listed below, if you will be coming for less than the full period, or if you are a postgraduate from outside Wales, please contact David Cockburn before making payment. It may be possible to make limited adjustments to rates to reflect individual circumstances. Please note that if you have to cancel, refund will be possible only if your place can be filled.

If you have any questions, about travel or anything else, please contact David Cockburn. If you are coming by train your station is Newtown (Powys). (David will try to coordinate transport from the station.)

David Cockburn, University of Wales Trinity St David

cockburn.david@gmail.com

Registration Form

Please complete and return a copy of this form electronically by Wednesday 31st January. At the same time, either put a cheque in the post or pay through internet banking: Welsh Philosophical Society, 40-27-01, 21296280. Give your surname as the reference. (Cheques, payable to 'Welsh Philosophical Society', should be sent to: David Cockburn, Department of Philosophy, University of Wales Trinity St David, Lampeter, Ceredigion SA48 7ED) All reservations must be accompanied by payment!

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