The following events have been sponsored by the BSHP. For information on how to apply for BSHP funding, please click here.
This conference will be dedicated wholly to the Alcibiades I, bringing together scholars who have been central in rekindling recent interest in the dialogue while also welcoming contributions from new researchers on the dialogue, including early career researchers and graduate students.
A BSHP Sponsored event on Spinoza and Culture, hosted in Manchester. This conference has been generously supported by The British Society for the History of Philosophy and MIND and is organised by Christopher Thomas
A BSHP Sponsored event on Wittgenstein, Grammar and Nature, hosted in Southampton. The conference is organised by Felix Hagenström, Fionn O’Donovan, and Tim Kjeldsen
A BSHP Sponsored event at the University of Warwick. The conference is organised by Filip Niklas, Edmund Smith Ahilleas Rokni, and Mert Can Yirmibes
A BSHP Sponsored event hosted at the Faculty of Philosophy, Oude, Groningen. The event is organised by Beth Lord and Mogens Lærke
A BSHP Sponsored event hosted at the University of Aberdeen. The event is organised by Beth Lord (Aberdeen) and Mogens Lærke (IHRIM, CNRS, ENS de Lyon)
A conference organized in collaboration between the Division of philosophy at the University of Copenhagen, the Institut d’histoire de representations et des idées dans les modernités (IHRIM, UMR 5317) at the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon (ENS de Lyon), and the British Society for the History of Philosophy (BSHP). The conference has been funded by these three institutions and two additional institutions: CEMES, University of Copenhagen and Labex Comod, Université de Lyon.
The conference will bring together contemporary research into the various aspects of freedom and nature in Kant’s philosophy including: its significance for contemporary philosophy; the context and/or reception of Kant’s account of freedom and/or nature; the importance of freedom and/or nature for other aspects of Kant’s philosophy.