Confirmed Speakers and Commentators2

Up-to-now confirmed speakers and commentators.


Manuel Rebuschi (Henri-Poincaré Archives, University of Lorraine, Nancy, France): Deontic Conventionalism. A Conceptualist Account of Modalities

Commentator: Federico L. G. Faroldi

Duško Prelević (University of Belgrade): Modal Rationalism and Modal Empiricism: A Comparison

Commentator: Benoit Gaultier

Daniel von Wachter (International Academy of Philosophy in the Principality of Liechtenstein): Distinguish Possibility from Consistency

Commentator: Steve Steward

Toby Lovat (University of Brighton): The Principle of Unreason, Facticity and the Law of Non-Contradiction

Luke Malik: Why One Can’t Imagine the Impossible

Commentator: Plato Tse

Daniel Dohrn (Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Germany): The Counterfactual Account of Modal Knowledge and the Problem of Constitutive Facts

Commentator: Alexandre Billon

Plato Tse (Ludwig Maximilians Universität München, Germany): From Modal Projectivism to Modal Expressivism

Commentator: Vladan Djordjevic

Alexandre Billon (Université Lille III, France): Perspectives and Possibility

Chris Daly (University of Manchester, United Kingdom), David Liggins (University of Manchester, United Kingdom): On the Neo-Aristotelian Challenge To Existence Questions

Commentator: Daniel von Wachter

Anthony Dardis  (Hofstra University, NY, USA): Property Instrumentalism

Commentator: Lukas Skiba

Alessandro Torza (Instituto de Investigaciones Filosóficas, UNAM, México): Speaking of Essence

Commentator: Zsofia Zvolenszky

Vladan Djordjevic (University of Belgrade, Serbia): Is Lewis Cotenable with Goodman?

Commentator: Duško Prelević

Michael De (Universitat Konstanz, Germany): Haecceitism and Actuality in Counterpart Theory

Commentator: Alessandro Torza

Zsófia Zvolenszky (Institute of Philosophy, Eötvös University, Hungary): Artifactualism and Authorial Creation

Commentator: Ádám Tamás Tuboly

Janine Reinert (Tilburg Center for Logic and the Philosophy of Science, Netherlands): Expressive Limitations in Hybrid Approaches to Possible and Impossible Worlds

Commentator: Michael De

Ádám Tamás Tuboly (University of Pécs, Ifjúság, Hungary): Quine and Quantified Modal Logic – Against the Received View

Commentator: Janine Reinert

Benoit Gaultier (University of Helsinki, Finland): Williamson on Thought Experiments and Metaphysical Knowledge

Commentator: Luke Malik

Lukas Skiba (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom): The Modal Fictionalist’s Story-Operator, Conditionals, and Incompleteness

Commentator: Daniel Dohrn

Nathan Wildman (University of Hamburg, Germany): Evaluating Wiggins’s Argument for Sortal Essentialism

Commentator: Anthony Dardis

Stephen Steward (Syracuse University, USA): Essence and Impossibility: Ya Shouldn’ta Couldn’ta Wouldn’ta

Commentator: Nathan Wildman

Federico L. G. Faroldi (University of Florence, University of Pisa, Italy): Impossible Norms vs. Norm-Impossibility

Commentator: Manuel Rebuschi