Here is the announcement for our first big EAP conference in September. I am hugely excited about it given the topic and the awesome list of speakers.
The Essex Autonomy Project is pleased to announce its first major international conference, ‘The (Vexed & Contentious) History of Autonomy,’ taking place at The Institute of Philosophy, London, 4-5th September 2010. This event is part of a series interrogating the ideal of self-determination in human affairs. The conference will investigate the turbulent history of the notion of autonomy, from the Greeks to modernity.
The line-up of speakers is as follows:
Katerina Deligiorgi (University of Sussex)
Axel Honneth (University of Frankfurt)
Terence Irwin (University of Oxford)
David McNeill (University of Essex)
Frederick Neuhouser (Columbia University)
Thomas Pink (King’s College London)
Robert Pippin (University of Chicago)
John Skorupski (University of St Andrews)
Further information and a full programme will be available shortly at http://www.essex.ac.uk/autonomy/events.htm
Attendance is free but places are strictly limited and advanced registration is required. To register, please send an e-mail to Helen Cook at email@example.com
The Essex Autonomy Project is based in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Essex. For more information on its work and for announcements of future events, see its webpages at http://www.essex.ac.uk/autonomy