Time on Trial: One Hundred Years of McTaggart's Argument against Time
Morgantown, West Virginia
25 - 26 April, 2007
West Virginia University's Department of Philosophy is pleased to announce a major conference April 25 and 26, 2008 in Morgantown. "Time on Trial: One Hundred Years of McTaggart's Argument against Time" will celebrate a century of the reception of McTaggart's (in)famous argument that time does not exist. We are pleased to have three outstanding keynote speakers: L. Nathan Oaklander, Quentin Smith and Michael Tooley.
We are seeking quality submissions: 3,000 word papers in blind review format on any topic related to McTaggart's argument or its reception. They should be emailed to:
by November 1.
Those accepted will be reimbursed for one day of their lodging expenses.
Undergraduate students with an interest in the topic are also encouraged to submit relevant papers. One presentation slot has been reserved for a qualifying undergraduate submission. Papers should be in the same format and sent to the email address above. The undergraduate presenter will receive a stipend of $100. Please note if yours is an undergraduate submission.
Department of Philosophy