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27 February 2016
Seminar events on Saturday will
be held in the
Center for Ideas and Society.
The Center is in 114 College
Building South, which is
near Lot 3 (in F8 of the UCR campus map).
“Self-Creation in Descartes”
Mihali, Wilfrid Laurier University
“Philosophy and Science in
Maria Rosa Antognazza, King’s College London
(Free for all registered
in Leibniz’s Theodicy”
Chloe Armstrong, Lawrence University
“Shared Parts and Political
Groups as Individuals in Spinoza”
Christopher Fruge, University of Houston
“Flourishing without the Good:
Hobbes on Eudaimonism”
Ericka Tucker, Marquette University
Analogy of True Judgments in Colors and Morals”
Jason Fisette, University of Nevada - Reno
Conference Dinner (Location TBA)
In conjunction with the
Seminar, Don Rutherford (UC, San Diego) will be
presenting a colloquium talk to the UC, Riverside Department
of Philosophy on the
afternoon of Friday 26 February 2016. The talk is entitled “Wisdom for
Moderns” and will take place from 3 to 5pm in Room 1500 of the Humanities
and Social Sciences Building (located in D6 of the UCR campus map). This event
is free and open to the public, and all those traveling to Riverside for
the Seminar are welcome to attend.
Due to generous funding from the
UC, Riverside Department of Philosophy, those selected for the program
will be granted two nights of paid accommodation at the Mission Inn, located in downtown
Riverside. Attendees not on the
program can secure the UCR Friends and Family rate of $157.16/night at
the Mission Inn, subject to room availability. Those interested in booking a room at
that rate should contact Adam Harmer (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than 10 January 2016. Additional lodging options in
Riverside, CA can be found here.
The Seminar is free and
open to the public, though registration is required. Those planning to attend the Seminar
should contact Adam Harmer (email@example.com) no later than Friday 12
February 2016. Please indicate
which days you plan to attend.
on the UCR Campus
will be available at the Parking Kiosk on West Campus Drive (at the
corner of University Avenue). At the kiosk, please request parking for
the “Early Modern Philosophy Conference” to receive a permit. There will be signs directing guests to
the kiosk and event location.
The closest airport to
the UC-Riverside is LA/Ontario (ONT), which is roughly 20 miles from
campus and roughly 30 minutes from the Mission Inn. Participants flying into ONT can make
arrangements through SuperShuttle
for ground transportation from the airport to Riverside.
Driving directions to
UC-Riverside, as well as maps of the campus, can be found here.
If you have any
questions about the 2016 meeting of the Southwest Seminar, feel free to
contact either Mary Domski (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Adam Harmer