The Institute of Philosophy of the Research Centre for the Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences kindly invites you to the upcoming talk of its seminar series:

Paul Guyer

"The Poetic Possibility of the Sublime"

Date and Venue of the lecture: 24th March 2015, 2.00 pm, Institute of Philosophy, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 30. Országház Street, 2. floor, "Pepita" room.

breughelFerenc Hörcher is giving a keynote talk at the joint colloquium of the Humane Philosophy Project and the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion, Oxford, on the 28th of February (Persons and Community), entitled "The Concept of the Person: A Catholic-Aristotelian, Practical Account".

Other keynote speeches: Michael Inwood: "Self-consciousness and Other Selves in Hegel''; Tenzin Dechen Rochard: "Being Kind to Oneself Means Being Kind to Others: A Buddhist Approach to Rational Self-Interest, Selflessness, and Altruism".

The keynotes are going to be followed by short talks from Nikolas Prassas, Agata Filipowicz, Robbert-Jan Winters and Jacob Burda.

All further details of the event are available here.

Balazs Gyenis participated as an invited discussant in the conference titled “From Metaphysics to Physics and Back Again”, held in Trinity College of Cambridge University between the 6th-7th of February to honor the scholarly achievements of Prof. Jeremy Butterfield. The details about the program are available here.

Balazs then gave an invited talk in the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method of the London School of Economics titled “Bayes rules all: On the equivalence of various forms of learning in a probabilistic setting” on the 9th of February. The abstract is available here; the preprint of the paper on which the talk was based can be accessed here.

Dr. Tamás Demeter has been elected David Hume Fellow for the academic year 2014/15 at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh. During the tenure of his fellowship Dr. Demeter is going to work on Hume's epistemology and metaphysics in the context of eighteenth-century knowledge making practices, and Hume's theory of human nature as a middle range theory between physiological theory and normative ethics.

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