I’m glad to announce that my paper “How is the Asymmetry between the Open Future and the Fixed Past to be characterized?” is now available online:
I am delighted to announce that my paper “A Model for the Open Future” is among those selected for the Modal Metaphysics: Issues on the (Im)possible VII (Truth in Time and Open Future II Stream), to take place 30-31 May in Bratislava (Slovakia).
Website of the conference: https://www.metaphysics.sk/issuesontheimpossible/vii/
I’m delighted to announce that my paper ‘How is the Asymmetry between the Open Future and the Fixed Past to be characterized?’ is now forthcoming in Synthese.
I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to Fabrice Correia, Claudio Calosi and the members of eidos (the Centre for Metaphysics), Claudine Tiercelin and the members of GEM (Groupe d’Études en Métaphysique), Esa Díaz-León, Dan López de Sa and the audience at the PERSP Metaphysics Seminar, Richard Glauser, Uriah Kriegel and Sven Rosenkranz for their helpful comments. I am also grateful to two anonymous referees for reports which helped to improve the paper considerably. Finally, I would like to thank Lauréline Dartiguepeyrou for her love and patience. Work on this paper has been funded by the European Commission’s HORIZON 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie European Training Network DIAPHORA, under grant agreement H2020-MSCA-ITN-2015-675415.
I’m glad to announce eidos spring season. My talk, entitled “A Model for the Openness”, is scheduled on May 2nd at Geneva’s Philosophy Department. You will find the complete calendar below.
eidos spring calendar
Feb 21 Jonas Waechter
Feb 28 Dominik Aeschbacher
Mar 7 Joshua Babic
Mar 14 Tiziano Ferrando
Mar 21 Baptiste Le Bihan
Mar 28 Lorenzo Cocco
Apr 4 Fabrice Correia
Apr 11 Pablo Carnino
Apr 18 Cristian Mariani (University of Milan)
Apr 25 No Session Easter Holiday
May 2 Vincent Grandjean
May 9 Barry Smith (University of Buffalo)
May 16 Paolo Natali
May 23 Christina Conroy (Morehead University)
More info is available on the webpage of the centre: http://eidoscentre.org
J’ai le grand plaisir d’ouvrir la nouvelle édition du colloque de recherche de l’Institut de Philosophie de l’Université de Neuchâtel. Mon exposé s’intitule « La Métaphysique comme Science de la Réconciliation » et sera prononcé le 19 février à la Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines.
I am pleased to announce that Fabrice Correia (UniGE) and I are organizing the fifth workshop of the European project “Diaphora”, to take place 12-13 December 2018 at the University of Neuchatel. This event includes many talks on the question of determinism and open choices.
More info is available on the webpage of the event: http://www.ub.edu/diaphora/events/workshop-v/
See you there.
Ma première intervention au Collège de France, intitulée « La métaphysique comme science de la réconciliation », et prononcée à l’occasion du colloque « Les principes métaphysiques », est désormais disponible en vidéo (voir lien ci-dessous):
Je profite de ce post pour annoncer que j’ai le grand honneur d’intégrer Le Groupe d’Etudes en Métaphysique (GEM) du Professeur Claudine Tiercelin (Collège de France). Je me réjouis de présenter mon article “How is the Asymmetry between the Open Future and the Fixed Past to be characterized?” lors de la prochaine rencontre du GEM, le 28 novembre 2018.
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I am very proud to announce that I have been invited to give a talk at the conference “Les principes métaphysiques”, to take place 2-3 October at the Collège de France, Paris (France).
My talk, entitled “La métaphysique comme science de la réconciliation”, is scheduled on October 3 at 15:10 in the amphitheatre Maurice Halbwachs – Marcelin Berthelot.
Website of the conference: https://www.college-de-france.fr/site/claudine-tiercelin/symposium-2018-2019.htm
I am delighted to announce that my paper “How is the Asymmetry between the Open Future and the Fixed Past to be characterized?” is among those selected for the Modal Metaphysics: Issues on the (Im)possible VI, to take place 2-3 August in Bratislava (Slovakia).
Website of the conference: https://www.metaphysics.sk/issuesontheimpossible/