The first ever conference on Bob Pirsig’s Metaphysics of Quality was held yesterday 7th July 2005 at Liverpool University Philosophy Department, organised by Dr Anthony McWatt.
A fuller report will follow here, and on the MoQ.org website in due course.
Excellent event with some really high quality presentations, and face-to-face meetings of minds.
Well done to Ant for pulling it off, all the headaches were worth it.
3 thoughts on “The Long and Winding Road”
Interesting day to have held the conference.
I read Sam Norton’s essay on Moq.org. He is a good writer who is quite accessable. It was a nice overview. I even recognized some of the names!!
Bloody right, as they say, Ian! I guess i had no trouble finding your blog. Nice to know where to go to hear the ramblings of a wise’ol scientist.
Nice to get a couple of comments – I’m busy at a conference in Shanghai at the moment, so haven’t managed much posting that last couple of days.
Main problem in China is the blocking of BBC material … Grrrr.
I have quite a few good photos of the MoQ conference, Brent.
Should be back to blogging by tomorrow.
Alice, the Rev Sam is one of those theists I can have a reasonable conversation with, despite the fact he cannot be shifted from a “causal” god.