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Pervasive Context Conference Programme

Here at Reading we are all very excited about the upcoming conference! You can find the programme for the conference here: PC Programme

Pervasive Context Conference: Registration

If you would like to register for the Pervasive Context conference, then just use the following link: https://registration.venuereading.com/pervasivecontext  

Pervasive Context Conference Schedule

Below is the schedule for the upcoming Pervasive Context Conference on the 25th-26th June.   Saturday 25th June Time   Title 9.30 Registration and coffee   10-11.30 Eliot Michaelson  (KCL) Almost Minimal 11.30 – 12 Coffee break   12 – 1.30 Qilin LI (Peking) TBD 1.30 – 2.30 Lunch   2.30-4 Jumbly Grindrod (Reading) QUDs […]

Pervasive Context Conference: Abstracts

Below is  a list of our speakers and their abstracts for the conference next month. With such an interesting line-up of speakers, it promises to be a really good conference. We hope to see you there!   Eliot Michaelson (King’s College London): ‘Almost Minimal’ Borg (2004, 2012) develops what I take to be the richest […]

Reminder: Pervasive Context Conference

Just a reminder that the second Pervasive Context conference will be taking place at Reading next month, on the 25th and 26th of June. The confirmed speakers for the conference are: Michael Blome-Tillman, University of Cambridge/McGill University Qilin Li, Philosophy, Peking University Eliot Michaelson, King’s College London Nausicaä Pouscoulous, University College London Luca Sbordone, Cambridge […]

The next Pervasive Context meeting

Our next virtual conference meeting between Reading and Beijing will take place next Tuesday (March 1st) from 9:00-11:00. In this meeting, we will be discussing chapter 13 from Imagination and Convention by Ernie Lepore and Matthew Stone (OUP). In this chapter, the authors argue for a distinctive view regarding the role of communicative intentions, which they […]

Virtual meetings in the Spring term

The forthcoming Spring term is an exciting time for the Pervasive Context project. We will be holding three virtual meetings with Peking university, in which we will discuss various recent works on pervasive context-sensitivity. The dates and times for the three meetings are as follows: 1st meeting: 12th January 2016 – 09:00-11:00 2nd meeting: 1st March 2016 […]

The Second Pervasive Context Conference

The second AHRC research network conference on ‘Pervasive Context’ is to be held at the University of Reading, UK, on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th June 2016. The full list of speakers is as follows: ·         Jumbly Grindrod, Philosophy, University of Reading ·         Qilin Li, Philosophy, Peking University. ·         Eliot Michaelson, Philosophy, King’s College London. […]

1st AHRC Pervasive Context Conference: Beijing 24th and 25th October 2015

Two members of the Reading Philosophy Department, Emma Borg and Nat Hansen, have recently returned from Beijing, where, in collaboration with colleagues Prof. YE Chuang and Dr. LI Qilin at Peking University, they were hosting the first conference held under the auspices of ‘Pervasive Context’ – an AHRC funded international research network. The objective of […]

Pervasive Context Beijing Conference Programme

As part of the Pervasive Context Project, our first conference will be on the 24th-25th October 2015 at Peking University, Beijing. You can find the schedule for the forthcoming conference below, as well as some of the abstracts for the exciting talks that are lined up over the weekend. Saturday 24th October Time  Event Title 8.30 – […]

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