The International Association for the Philosophy of Time (IAPT) is pleased to announce its 5th annual conference, to be held in Seoul, South Korea, from 18–20 June 2018 (arrival Sunday June 17th, departure Thursday June 21st).
Steven Savitt (University of British Columbia) “In Search of Passing Time”
Oliver Pooley (University of Oxford) "The Nature and Origin of Our False Belief That Time Passes"
Craig Callender (University of California, San Diego) "Was Past-Me Rational When He Committed Future-Me to Speak on Future Discounting?"
Giuliano Torrengo (University of Milan) “Action in the Tenseless Sunshine”, with a comment by David Braddon-Mitchell (University of Sydney)
Kristie Miller (University of Sydney) "Temporal Phenomenology: Phenomenological illusion vs Cognitive Error"
Ulrich Meyer (Colgate University) “What has Eternity Ever Done for You?”
Akiko Frischhut (Akita University) "Nothing That's Quite Like It: a Deflationist Defense of Experiencing Temporal Passage"
Kengo Miyazono (Hiroshima University) "Time and Well-being"
Jonathan Tallant (University of Nottingham) “Now Now: There’s No Need for That”
Sven Rosenkranz (University of Barcelona) "The Grounding of Tensed Truths"
Marius Backmann (University of Konstanz)
Adrian Bardon (Wake Forest University)
David Braddon-Mitchell (University of Sydney)
Valerio Buonomo (University of Milan)
Silvia De Bianchi (Autonomous University of Barcelona)
Mauro Dorato (Roma Tre University)
Antony Eagle (University of Adelaide)
Alison Fernandes (University of Warwick/Trinity College Dublin)
Florian Fischer (University of Bonn), with a comment by Graeme Forbes (University of Kent)
Cody Gilmore (University of California, Davis)
David Ingram (University of York)
Hongwoo Kwon (Yonsei University/Kyungpook National University)
Maximilian Lehner (Catholic Private University Linz)
Lisa Leininger (Hobart and William Smith Colleges)
Cristian Mariani (University of Milan)
Dan Marshall (Lingnan University)
Hope Sample (Ohio State University)
Christopher Suhler & Preston Greene (Nanyang Technological University)
Daria Vitasovic (University of Milan)
Jacek Wawer (Jagiellonian University)
The Program can be found here.
The meeting is being sponsored by Yonsei University, and accommodation expenses for invited speakers are supported in part by the Thomas Jack Lynch Philosophy Fund of Wake Forest University. The organisers are grateful for this support.
Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Organising Committee: N. Deng (Yonsei), A. Bardon (Wake Forest), J. Tallant (Nottingham), C. Callender (San Diego), G. Torrengo (Milan), K. Miller (Sydney), U. Meyer (Colgate), G. A. Forbes (Kent)
Booklet and Program Design by Daria Vitasovic.