We are sorry to announce that due to illness Susan Hurley has had to withdraw from the BSPS. Happily Nicholas Shea has kindly agreed to speak in her place. The revised programme is below.
Thursday: Dr Rachel Cooper and Professor Derek Bolton on Disorder.
Friday morning: Dr Nicholas Shea and Professor Chris Eliasmith on Philosophy of Neuroscience.
Friday afternoon: Professors Stathis Psillos and Kyle Stanford on Scientific Realism.
There will also be a contributed programme with a large number of short papers in parallel session.
|Thursday 5th July||11:00am||Submitted Papers – Open Sessions|
|2:00pm||Plenary Session: Dr Rachel Cooper and Professor Derek Bolton on Disorder|
|4:00pm||Tea and Coffee|
|4:30pm||Submitted Papers – Open Sessions|
|7:00pm||Drinks Reception Sponsored by Oxford Journals on behalf of The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science|
|Friday 6th July||9:00am||Plenary Session: Dr Nicholas Shea and Professor Chris Eliasmith on the Philosophy of Neuroscience|
|11:00am||Tea and Coffee|
|11:15am||Submitted Papers – Open Sessions|
|2:00pm||Plenary Session; Professors Stathis Psillos and Kyle Stanford on Scientific Realism|
Directions to the UWE Frenchay Campus are available at www.uwe.ac.uk/maps/frenchay_directions.shtml. Note that the nearest train station is Bristol Parkway rather than Bristol Temple Meads.