Philosophy Events 2015–2016
Sunday, November 1, 2015, 12:00 a.m.
- General Colloquia
- Mind and Language Seminar
- Washington Square Circle
- Joint events with the New York Institute of Philosophy
- Brown Bag Talks
- Lunchtime Talk Series
- Reading Groups
- New York Institute of Philosophy Public Events
- NYU Center for Mind, Brain and Consciousness Events
- New York Philosophy of Language Workshop Talks
- Bioethics Talks
- Talks at Columbia University
- Talks at CUNY
Colloquia are on selected Fridays from 3:30pm to 5:30pm, and will take place in the second floor seminar room (room 202), 5 Washington Place, unless otherwise noted. Refreshments will be served. For more information, please call the department at (212) 998-8320.
Additional 2015–16 colloquia announcements to come.
|September 11||John Kulvicki (Dartmouth) "Auditory Perspectives" Show abstract.|
|Joseph Raz (2015 Mala Kamm Lecture) "Intention and Value" — 5 Washington Place, Room 101|
|October 9||Sarah-Jane Leslie (2015 Diversity Lecture) (Princeton) "Cultures of Genius: Why women are underrepresented in certain academic disciplines" Show abstract.|
|October 23||Miranda Fricker (University of Sheffield) "Epistemic Agent-Regret" Show abstract.|
|October 30||Stewart Shapiro (Ohio State University) "Potential infinity: a modal account" Show abstract.|
|November 20||Susanna Rinard (Harvard) "Skepticism and Doxastic Adventures" Show abstract.|
|December 11||Jamie Dreier (Brown) "World-Centered Value"|
|April 8||Amia Srinivasan (All Souls College, Oxford)|
|April 22||Jenann Ismael (U. of Arizona)|
Mind and Language Seminar
Washington Square Circle
Joint events with the New York Institute of Philosophy
|Julia Wise "Effective Altruism" (Philosophy, room 202)|
|Tamar Gendler (Yale) "Self-Regulation: A Recipe Book for Foragers"
(Jurow Hall, 100 Washington Square East)
|February 26, March 1, and March 4||Peter Railton (U. of Michigan): Time/location TBA.|
Brown Bag Talks
|Örsan Oymen (Isik University, Istanbul) "Scepticism in Sextus, Hume and Nietzsche"|
Lunchtime Talk Series
Lunchtime talks are open to department members only.
|Dan Hoek "Logical Omniscience and the Epistemology of Phone Numbers"|