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Southampton's Conor McHugh Presents Paper to Aristotelian Society

Published: 13 February 2014

Southampton’s Conor McHugh was the most recent philosopher to address the Aristotelian Society, London’s historic society for philosophical research and discussion.

The Aristotelian Society was founded in 1880, and hosts regular talks by leading philosophers, which are open to the public. Its presidents have included Bertrand Russell, GE Moore, Susan Stebbing, Gilbert Ryle, AJ Ayer, JL Austin and Karl Popper.

Conor’s paper, ‘Fitting Belief’, was delivered to the society on Monday the 10th of February. It is now available in draft form on the Aristotelian Society’s website, and will be published in the society’s Proceedings later this year. A podcast of the talk will also be available on the website soon.

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