Activities

eidos regularly organises philosophical events gathering people from all over the world, and its members meet every week during the academic terms to discuss their current research or the research of invited philosophers.

eidos events

  • Workshop: Making it (too?) Precise. Ordinary Reasoning, Formalization, and Logical Modelling, 7-8 July 2017
  • Conference: Fourth IAPT Meeting, 12-14 June 2017
  • 1st eidos graduate winter school in metaphysics: Identity, 3-5 February 2017
  • Workshop: The Metaphysics of Quantities, 1-2 February 2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

  • Workshop: Philosophical Modal Logic, 7 October 2011
  • Conference: Time and Explanation, 14-17 September 2011
  • Workshop: Metaphysics graduate school 2011: The Metaphysics and the Epistemology of Essence and Exemplification, 28-29 August 2011
  • Workshop: Properties and Plurals, 27 June 2011
  • Workshop: Metaphysics graduate school 2011: Exemplification, 10-11 June 2011
  • Workshop: Metaphysics graduate school 2011: Properties, parts and values, 28-29 May 2011
  • Workshop: Organic Unities, 26-27 May 2011
  • Workshop: Affective Dynamics, 20-21 May 2011
  • Workshop: BCN-GVA meeting, 12-13 May 2011
  • Workshop: Metaphysics graduate school 2011: Universals and Tropes, 22-23 April 2011
  • Workshop: Metaphysics graduate school 2011: Truthmaking, 2-3 April 2011
  • Workshop: Metaphysics graduate school 2011: Grounding and determination, 4-5 March 2011

2010

  • Workshop: PETAF Workshop, 8-10 December 2010
  • Workshop: Science et métaphysique, 26 November 2010
  • Workshop: Non-Propositional Intentionality, 13-14 November 2010
  • Workshop: Contingentism, 24-26 September 2010
  • Workshop: The Metaphysics of Time, 27-28 August 2010
  • Workshop: Perceiving and Feeling, 5 July 2010
  • Workshop: BCN-GVA meeting, 2-3 June 2010
  • Talk: Hugh Mellor, 27 May 2010
  • Workshop: Fiction and Imagination, 28-30 April 2010
  • Workshop: Grounding, Explanation, and Dependence, 26 March 2010

2009

2008

2007


eidos weekly meetings

  • Brendan Balcerak Jackson (University of Miami), TBA, 31 May 2017, Geneva
  • Ulrich Meyer (Colgate University)​: TBA, 24 May 2017, Neuchâtel
  • Philipp Blum: TBA, 17 May 2017, Geneva
  • Dominik Aeschbacher: TBA, 10 May 2017, Neuchâtel
  • Paolo Natali: TBA, 3 May 2017, Geneva
  • Vincent Grandjean: A Temporal Asymmetry, 26 April 2017, Neuchâtel
  • Robert Michels: Metaphysical Indeterminacy as Indeterminate Actuality, 12 April 2017, Geneva
  • Benjamin Neeser: Persistence and Explanation, 5 April 2017, Neuchâtel
  • Alex Steinberg (University of Zurich): Pleonastic Propositions and the Face Value Theory, 29 March 2017, Geneva
  • Claudio Calosi: Enduring Problems of Location, 22 March 2017, Neuchâtel
  • Damiano Costa: Six Ways of Being in Time, 15 March 2017, Geneva
  • Jan Plate: Basic Positionalism, 8 March 2017, Neuchâtel
  • Ghislain Guigon: Structural Parsimony, 1 March 2017, Geneva
  • Fabrice Correia: Real Definitions, 21 December 2016, Neuchâtel
  • Wlodek Rabinowicz: Incommensurability meets risk, 14 December 2016, Geneva
  • Claudio Calosi & Ghislain Guigon: The Many as Modes of the Wave, 7 December 2016, Neuchâtel
  • Donnchadh O’Connaill: What is it to be F?, 30 November 2016, Geneva
  • Antony Eagle: Supendurantism, 23 November 2016, Neuchâtel
  • Paolo Natali: The Impossible is Possible: Formalising a Positively Medieval Fallacy, 16 November 2016, Geneva
  • Robert Michels: Essentiality and the Grounding of Truth, 2 November 2016, Geneva
  • Benjamin Neeser: Objects, Persons, and Powers, 26 October 2016, Geneva
  • Philipp Blum: Processes and Changes, 19 October 2016, Neuchâtel
  • Corine Besson: A Note on MacFarlane's Relativism about Future Contingents, 12 October 2016, Geneva
  • Jan Plate: Intrinsic Properties and Relations, 5 October 2016, Neuchâtel
  • Michael Clark: Derivative Grounding, 28 September 2016, Geneva
  • Giovanni Merlo: The Subjective Grounds of Consciousness, 21 September 2016, Neuchâtel