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CONFERENCE: "Philosophy in an Age of Science": 31 May - 3 Jun 2011, USA
Hilary Putnam Conference, "Philosophy in an Age of Science: A Conference in Honor of Hilary Putnam's 85th Birthday" -Cambridge MA (U.S.A.)
The first and fourth day of the conference will be at 105 Emerson Hall, Harvard University; the second and third day of the conference will be at Brandeis University. Registration includes bus taking people to and from Harvard and Brandeis Universities Speakers who accepted Invitation David Albert, Columbia University Paul Benacerraf, Princeton University, Emeritus Alan Berger, Brandeis University, Visiting Professor at Harvard University Anat Biletzki, Tel Aviv University Ned Block, NYU Richard Boyd, Cornell University Mario de Caro, University of Roma Tre, Italy Stanley Cavell, Harvard University, Emeritus Gary Ebbs, Indiana University Jerry Fodor, Rutgers University Paul Franks, University of Toronto Harvey Friedman, Ohio State University Maximillian de Gaynesford, Cardiff, England Warren Goldfarb, Harvard University Richard Healey, Univeristy of Arizona Geoffrey Hellman, University of Minnesota Hilla Jacobson, University of Tel Aviv, Israel David Macarthur, Univeristy of Sydney, Australia Tim Maudlin, Rutgers University Martha Nussbaum, University of Chicago Charles Parson, Harvard University Carl Posy, Hebrew University Ruth Anna Putnam, Wellesley College, Emerita Nathan Salmon, UCSB Tim Scanlon, Harvard University Ben-Ami Scharfstein, Tel Aviv University, Israel Charles Travis, University of London, England Conference registration is ; Students Registration includes two lunches, one evening reception at the Harvard Faculty Club, and a bus shuttle to and from Harvard and Brandeis Universities. For further information, please contact: Putnamconference2011@gmail.com Also there will be a website set up at: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~phildept/putnamconference.html *This project was made possible through the support of a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, The Slater Foundation, and Harvard and Brandeis Universities. The opinions expressed at this conference are those of the authors(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of any of the sponsors above.