Accepted Speakers (updated daily)

  • Jeremiah Joven Joaquin (De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines): "Deliberation and Credence Gluts"

  • Giorgio Lando & Massimiliano Carrara (Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy; Università degli Studi dell’Aquila, Italy): "Fractional Counting and Possible Parts"

  • Jitai Zhang (Free University of Berlin): "Art as Modally-Improvising Action and as Source for Renewing Moral Judgment"

  • Robin Timothée Bianchi (Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland): "The Scope of Causal Agency"

  • William Moorfoot (University of Southampton, the United Kingdom): "In Defence of Indeterministic Building"

  • Sungil Han (Seoul National University, South Korea): "Substantial Independence"

  • Karol Polcyn (University of Szczecin, Poland): "Conceivability, Possibility, and the Mind-Body Problem"

  • James Marks (University of Colorado, Boulder, USA): "Pluralism, Monism, and Possible Worlds"

  • Giorgio Lenta (Università degli Studi di Genova, Italy): "The Hyperintensional Variant of Kaplan’s Paradox"

  • Monika Morkūnaitė (Vilnius University, Lithuania): "The Prospects of Theistic Modalism"

  • Tingjiang Kuang (University of Edinburgh, Scotland): "Possibilism and the “Wrong Kind of Object” Problem"

  • Giulia Casini (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom): Counterpossibles for Potentialists?"

  • Jonas Amar (Ecole Normale Supérieure, France; Freie Universität, Germany): "Modal Dispositionalism and the Contingent Origin"

  • Dakota Jones (University of Virginia, USA): "Streamlining the Problems of Modal Epistemology"

  • Pauline Souman (Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland): Non-Human Agents: the Case of Artifacts"

  • Ethan Brauer (University of Oslo, Norway): "Who Needs the Plural Account of Worlds?" 

  • Giacomo Giannini (HHU Duesseldorf, Germany) & Michael Wallner (University of Graz, Austria): "Essential Dependence Is Not Fundamentality-Inducing"

  • Stefano Pigliacelli (University of Turin, Italy): "Compositionality And Impossible Worlds Semantics: A Dilemma"

  • Theodore D. Locke (University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA): "Title: A Modal Approach to Cultivating Intersubjective Values"

  • Alexandru Dragomir (University of Bucharest, Romania) & Mihai Rusu (Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania): "Are Philosophers Modal Experts? A Re ply to Kilov and Hendy"

  • Jarred Snodgrass (University of St. Andrews, Scotland): "On the Hyperintensions of Properties"

  • Giacomo Giannini (HHU Duesseldorf, Germany): "Dissolving the Problem of Necessary Perfect Masks"

  • Riccardo Baratella (University of Genoa, Italy): "Perdurantism, Revisionary Ontology, and Common-sense"  

  • Nathan Wildman (Tilburg University, Netherlands): "Not an Argument Against Aristotelian Univerals"

  • Enda Russell (University of Dublin, Ireland)

  • Adam Russell Murray (University of Manitoba, Canada): "Kinds, Essence, and Contingency"

  • M.J. García Encinas (University of Granada, Spain): "It Is Impossible To Conceive Its Negation, Therefore It Is Necessarily the Case"

  • Karol Lenart (University of Warsaw, Poland): "Lingustic Ersatzism and Counterpart Theory"

  • Michael De (Utrecht University, the Netherlands): "Do Sets Have Their Members Essentially?"

  • Erman Kar (Cankiri Karatekin University, Turkey): "Universality of Aristotelian Substances: Universals as the Object of Definition and Knowledge"