This spring the Goethe University Frankfurt will host a conference sponsored by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and Leverhulme Trust titled “Bridging Traditions: Idealism and Pragmatism”. In brief, the conference aims “to question the customary opposition between pragmatism and idealism.” (More on that theme here.)
The program boasts presentations by:
Gabriele Gava (Frankfurt), Robert Stern (Sheffield), James O’Shea (University College Dublin), Sebastian Gardner (University College London), Gabriele Gava (Goethe-Universität), James Conant (University of Chicago), Alfredo Ferrarin (Università di Pisa), Christopher Hookway (University of Sheffield), Marcus Willaschek (Goethe-Universität), Sami Pihlström (Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies), Robert Stern (University of Sheffield), Wolfgang Kuhlmann (RWTH University Aachen), Marcel Niquet (Goethe-Universität & Federal University of Ceará), Daniel Herbert (University of Sheffield), Scott F. Aikin (Vanderbilt University), David MacArthur (University of Sydney), Catherine Legg (University of Waikato), and Sebastian Rödl (Universität Leipzig)
Associated paper titles and a tentative schedule can be found here.