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October at Southampton - Conference and publication news

Published: 23 October 2012
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This month sees the publication of some important pieces of work by Southampton philosophers, as well as their presenting their research in Madrid, Belfast, Oxford and Stanford.

Southampton philosophers will be speaking at a variety of events this September. Daniel Whiting will be in Madrid presenting a keynote paper at the UNED 'Inferentialism in The Philosophy of Language, Mind, and Action' conference; Sasha Mudd will be speaking at the 'Virtue and Education’ conference hosted by Stanford University; Ray Monk will be discussing his work on Oppenheimer at the 'Belfast Festival at Queen's’; and Chris Janaway will be speaking at the Oxford Post-Kantian European Philosophy Seminar on 'Nietzsche and Plato on the Structure of the Soul'.

In publication news, Jonathan Way’s article, 'Explaining the Instrumental Principle', has just appeared in the Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Aaron Ridley’s ‘Musical Ontology, Musical Reasons’ in The Monist, and Daniel Whiting’s 'Does belief aim (only) at the truth?’, in the Pacific Philosophical Quarterly. October also sees the publication of the latest volume of the new Cambridge Edition of the Works of Schopenhauer, of which Chris Janaway is the General Editor. This third volume includes On the Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason, On Vision and Colours, and On Will in Nature.

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