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Bosanquet and the Legacy of British Idealism
September 1 and 2, 1999
Harris Manchester College, Oxford
in association with
The Bradley Society and The British Society for the History of Philosophy
Organising Committee: William Sweet, Bill Mander, Colin Tyler

Perhaps more than any other philosopher associated with British Idealism, Bernard Bosanquet made contributions to the study of ethics and political philosophy, logic, metaphysics, and aesthetics, and to social work and adult education. Among the issues to be addressed at this conference are those of the legacy of this idealism and its relation to philosophers outside of the idealist `school' (e.g., Russell, Wittgenstein), to philosophers of succeeding generations in Britain (e.g., Collingwood, Oakeshott, Harris), in the Anglo-American world (e.g., Royce, E. Jordan, Whitehead), and on the European continent (e.g., Croce, Gentile, Husserl), and to such disciplines as sociology, aesthetics, psychology, metaphysics, political philosophy, logic, and epistemology.

Speakers will include:
Fred Wilson, John Morrow, Timothy Sprigge, Andrew Vincent, and Leslie Armour. There will also be a number of contributed papers.
For details on registration, accomodation, and registration fees, please contact: 
Dr Bill Mander, 
Harris Manchester College, 
Mansfield Road, Oxford, OX1 3TD 
United Kingdom 
fax (+44) Oxford (01865) 271012; 
For information on the programme, please contact: 
Professor William Sweet, 
St Francis Xavier University, 
Antigonish, Nova Scotia B2G 2W5 
tel: 1 902 867 2341; fax 1 902 867 3243; 

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