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Department of Philosophy


Colloquia

For upcoming colloquia, please click on 'Events'.

Past Colloquia

 

2019

February 11
Kathryn Lindeman
St. Louis University
"Rawls and Legal Reasons" (flyer with abstract)

 

February 4, 2019
Jonathan Gingerich
University of Washington, St. Louis
“Freedom Beyond Choice”  (flyer with abstract)


2018

February 2, 2018
Robert Hopkins
New York University
“Ryle-ing the Irreal: Sensory Imaging as Knowing about Sensing”

March 23, 2018
Keith DeRose
Yale
“The Limits of the Free Will Defense”

March 30, 2018
Alloy S. Ihuah
Benue State University
Aristotle’s Bifurcation of Reality and Asouzu’s “Ibuanyidanda Ontology”

April 20, 2018
Barry Loewer
Rutgers
“The Consequence Argument Meets the Mentaculus”

September 21, 2018
Mariska Leunissen
UNC Chapel Hill
“Credence, Circumstantial Evidence, and (Alternative) Facts”

October 12, 2018
Kevin Richardson
NC State University
“Do the Laws of Semantics Lie?”


2017

February 10, 2017
Mark Wilson
University of Pittsburgh
“When Words Go Wrong”

February 23, 2017
Troy Jollimore
California State University, Chico
“Love and Reasons”


2016

January 22, 2016
Sam Newlands
University of Notre Dame
“Spinoza, Leibniz, and the Metaphysics of Perfection”

March 25, 2016
R. Lanier Anderson
Stanford University
“Kantian Analyticity and the Critique of Metaphysics”

April 1, 2016
Michael Dunne
Maynooth University
Peter of Ireland: Teacher of Aquinas

April 22, 2016
Herlinde Pauer-Studer
Vienna
“Law and Morality under Distorted Conditions”


2015

September 11, 2015
Jeff Sebo
UNC Chapel Hill
“Moral Status and the Ethics of Uncertainty”

November 20, 2015
Alyssa Ney
UC Davis
“Are the Questions of Metaphysics More Fundamental Than Those of Science?”

 

2014

January 31, 2014
Clinton Tolley
UCSD
“The Systematic Importance of Kant’s Distinction between Cognition and Knowledge”

April 4, 2014
Martin Pickave
University of Toronto
“Why can a blind person not have knowledge of colors? On a puzzling example in Thomas Aquinas”


2013

September 6, 2013
Aaron Simmons
Furman University
“Continental Contributions to the Epistemology of Theology”

September 27, 2013
Amy Schmitter
University of Alberta
“What Do Women Want in a Feminist History of Philosophy”

November 22, 2013
Molly Gardner
UNC Chapel Hill
“Counterfactuals, Harm, and Selecting for Disability”

December 11, 2013
Joseph Boyle
“What Intentional’ in ‘Intentional Action’ Refers to, and how We Know It”