Bartłomiej Skowron (Warsaw Technical University) organizes a workshop on topological philosophy. The deadline is quite soon, but if you're around, it might be fun. I'm quoting the invite below.
Are you a student or a PhD student in philosophy/mathematics? Interested in formal philosophy, logical philosophy or mathematical philosophy? Do you also appreciate traditional ontological problems? Do you want to know the latest philosophical insights in topological philosophy? We invite you to participate in a 2-day graduate-level course on topological philosophy. The Graduate School on Topological Philosophy will be held 6-7 February 2016 in Warsaw (Poland). Classes will be conducted by eminent specialists: prof. Thomas Mormann (University of the Basque Country (Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain), prof. Achille Varzi (Columbia University in New York) and Dr. Roland Zarzycki (University of Wrocław, Poland). If you are interested in participating or would like to find out more, please contact Dr. Bartłomiej Skowron (bartlomiej.skowron(at)gmail.
com). We accept applications until 20 January 2016. It is not required knowledge of the topology. During the course the basic concepts of topology will be introduced. More information:http://www.icfo. ans.pw.edu.pl/en/?page_id=548.