On the 20th of May the Humane Philosophy Project held a conference on the theme of Supernaturalism at the University of Warsaw. This conference engaged the dominant naturalist treatments of the human person, and her relation to the world, as well as non/supernaturalist positions more broadly. Talks explored the challenges to methodological, ethical, and ontological naturalism and considered the advantages of supernaturalist non/supernaturalist positions in these areas. Topics addressed included metaphysics of the self, the constitution of the human person, the human difference, the sources of morality, the epistemological value of religious belief, and the problem of free will.
Prof. John Cottingham, Heythrop College, University of London
Prof. Stephen Priest, Faculty of Philosophy Oxford University
Prof. Randall Auxier, Southern Illinois University, USA
Prof. Eli Kramer, Southern Illinois University, USA
Prof. Zofia Rosińska, Insititute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw
Prof. Stanisław Krajewski, Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw
Dr hab. Mark Nowak, Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw
Dr Marija Selak, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb
Mr Ralph Weir, Jesus College, University of Cambridge
This conference was organized in collaboration with the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw and the Emmy Noether Group at the Ruhr University Bochum.