The conference will be hosted by THE UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL at the Frenchay Campus of UWE. It will not be held at the University of Bristol itself.
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.
The Philosophy Department at the University of Bristol operates a carbon off-set scheme. Any delegates wishing to minimize the environmental impact of their conference travel are requested to contact Finn Spicer: firstname.lastname@example.org
The conference involves a number of papers by invited speakers presented in symposia, as follows:
These are published prior to the conference in The Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volume. Papers not included in the Supplementary Volume will be published in the 2007 Proceedings (to see the preprint of Helen Beebee's paper click here. To see the preprint of Keith Hossack's paper click here). The Supplementary Volume is available to non-members of the Society. Download the order form here. The full Programme can be found here and is also included in the conference handbook.
In addition there are parallel sessions devoted to submitted papers. Some Saturday afternoon sessions are set aside for the presentation of short papers by graduate students or those who have recently gained a postgraduate degree (please click here for details). The Open Sessions on Saturday and Sunday afternoons are set aside for the presentation of papers which introduce material involving recent research (please click here for details).
No one may attend the Joint Session who is not a member of either the Aristotelian Society or the Mind Association.
Details of the basic annual subscription to the Aristotelian Society are available here.
The registration form for the conference can be found here.
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