Associate Professor Kristie Miller is joint director of the Centre for Time at the University of Sydney and a senior ARC research fellow in the department of philosophy. Her research focusses primarily on metaphysics, and she is particularly interested in the metaphysics of space, time, and objects therein. She is the author of Issues in Theoretical Diversity: Persistence, Composition and Time (2006 Springer) and the co-editor of New Papers on the Present (2013 Philosophical Verlag) and Dating and Philosophy (2010, Blackwell). She has published widely on the metaphysics of time and objects.
Kristie will be taking part in the following event:
Hang Up Philosophy
Saturday 24 May
Sydney Dance 2, Pier 4/5, Hickson Road, Walsh Bay
Romeo famously proclaimed: "Hang up philosophy. Unless philosophy can make a Juliet!" What can philosophy make? And how does it contribute to contemporary life? Philosophers John Armstrong, Dalia Nassar and Kristie Miller discuss the meaning and significance of thinking for the sake of thinking with Joe Gelonesi, presenter of The Philosopher’s Zone on ABC RN.
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