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Department of Philosophy

Lectures in the Philosophy Department, 2013–2014

General Colloquia

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 2013–14 colloquia announcements to come.

Fall 2013

September 13Anja Jauernig (Pittsburgh) "A place for monads in Kant's theoretical philosophy" — NB: This talk will take place in room 101. Show abstract.
September 27 Jochen Briesen (Universität Konstanz) "Is Kant (W)right? -- On Kant’s Regulative Ideas and Wright’s Entitlements" Show abstract.
October 4 Cheryl Misak (University of Toronto) "Peirce and Ramsey on Truth and Norms" Show abstract.
November 15 Maya Eddon (UMass, Amherst) "No Work for a Theory of Universals" Show abstract.

Spring 2014

January 31Malcolm Forster The Principle of Common Cause in a Quantum World without Hidden Variables Show abstract.
February 3, 1:30–3:30Brad Weslake Why Think Causally? Show abstract.
February 7Han van Wietmarschen Political Liberalism and Political Community Show abstract.
February 14Nicolas Bommarito Emotion and Inner Virtue Show abstract.
February 21Patricio A. Fernandez A Realistic Practical Conclusion
February 28Thomas Reydon What would be a good naturalist’s version of realism about kinds? Show abstract.
March 14Galen Strawson (Reading) "Identity metaphysics and the primacy of panpsychism" Show abstract.
April 28, 1:00–3:00Marko Malink (University of Chicago) Essence and Modality in Aristotle Show abstract.
May 2Huw Price (Cambridge) "Here" is the tip of the iceberg Show abstract.
May 5, 4:30–6:30 Canceled2014 Mala Kamm Lecture, given by Lydia Goehr (Columbia Univ.) Reading Danto’s Red Squares as a Political Thought Experiment, Or, “Catching the Conscience of our Kings.”
May 9Ralph Wedgwood (USC) The Pitfalls of Reasons Show abstract.

New York Institute of Philosophy Lectures


April 18, 22, and 25 Inaugural Lecturer: Stephen Yablo, (MIT) "Topics and Topicology" Lecture from 5-7pm each evening, with a reception to follow. The first two lectures will be held at 40 Washington Square South, Greenberg Lounge; the third lecture will be held at 5 Washington Place, Room 101. Show abstract.

Brown Bag Lunches

Brown bag lunches take place in the second floor seminar room (room 202), 5 Washington Place, unless otherwise noted.

Fall 2013

September 27
noon
Jochen Briesen (University of Konstanz) "Is Kant (W)right? On Kant's Regulative Ideas and Wright's Entitlements" View paper. Show abstract.