MODAL METAPHYSICS: ISSUES ON THE (IM)POSSIBLE III Speakers and/or commentators
Speakers and/or commentators
- Brian Ball (Oxford University, UK): "Modality and Metaontology"
- Jonathan Livingstone-Banks "Essence and Possibility"
- Johannes Bulhof (McNeese State University, USA): "The “Problem” of Alien Properties"
- Darragh Byrne (University of Birmingham, UK),
- Naomi Thompson (University of Hamburg, Germany): "Is the World Really Hyperintensional?"
- Sam Cowling (Denison University, USA): "Conceivability Arguments for Haecceitism"
- Michael De (University of Konstanz, Germany): "Five-dimensionalism"
- Louis deRosset (University of Vermont, USA): "Modal Logic for Contingentist Metaphysics"
- Nikk Effingham (University of Birmingham, UK): "Heterodox Ludovicianism"
- Karen Green (University of Melbourne, Australia): "Natural Language and Ontological Illusions"
- Amy Karofsky (Hofstra University, USA): "The Impossibility of Otherwisedness"
- Theodore D. Locke (University of Miami, USA): "Grounding and Impossible Worlds"
- Luke Malik: "Textbook Kripkeanism and Its Problems"
- Peter Marton (Clark University, USA): "Knowing Possibilities and the Possibility of Knowing (A Further Challenge for the Anti-Realist)"
- Jonathan Nassim (University of London) : "Problems with Primitives: David Lewis's Justification of Modal Realism as a Test Case"
- Cristina Nencha (Northwest Philosophy Consortium, Italy): "Essentialism and David Lewis"
- Rossana Raviola (University of Pavia, Italy): "Necessity Contingency, Essentiality in the Case of Physical Objects"
- Igor Sedlár (Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia): "Impossible Worlds in Epistemic Logic"
- Ádám Tamás Tuboly (University of Pécs, Hungary): "Why did Quine’s Animadversions against Modal Logic and the Historical Significance of the Reviews of JSL"
- Andriy Vasylchenko (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine): "Identity and Existence in Intentionally Possible Worlds"
- Behnam Zolghadr (Tarbiat Modares University, Iran): "Modal Meinongianism: Purely Fictional Objects"
- Zsófia Zvolenszky (Eötvös University, Hungary): "Inadvertently Created Fictional Characters Are Innocuous"
- Andy Yu (Oxford University, UK): "The Indefinite Extensibility of Proposition"