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2003-2004 Colloquia

Fall 2003


Picture of Alan Code

October 9 and 14

Hesperia Lectures

Alan Code

UC Berkeley

"Aristotle's Definition of the Soul"

"Aristotle on the Soul's Body"


Picture of Stephen Yablo


November 21

Stephen Yablo

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

"How to Win Friends and Influence Truth-Value without Really Being"




Winter 2004


Picture of Thomas Crisp


January 9

Thomas Crisp

Florida State University

"Remarks on Presentism"



Picture of Matthew Davidson


January 13

Matthew Davidson

California State University, San Bernardino

"Modal Conventionalism: Plausible 'Cookie Cutting'?"



Picture of Brian Weatherson


January 16

Brian Weatherson

Brown University

"My Favourite Puzzle"



Picture of Suzanna Siegal


January 20

Susanna Siegal

Harvard University

"Particularity and Presence in Visual Perception"



Picture of Bernard Nickel


January 21

Bernhard Nickel

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

"Bayesianism and Idealization"



Picture of Michael Glanzberg


January 30

Michael Glanzberg

University of Toronto

"Presupposition and Policing in Complex Demonstratives"



Picture of Josh Parsons


February 6

Josh Parsons

University of St. Andrews

"I am not now, nor have I ever been, a turnip"



Spring 2004


Picture of Ruth Chang


April 9

Ruth Chang

Rutgers University

"All Things Considered"



Picture of Daniel Stoljar


April 16

Daniel Stoljar

Australian National University

"Ignorance and Experience"



Picture of Frank Lewis, 2004

May 21 and 22

Hesperia Lectures

Frank Lewis

University of Southern California

"The Pale Man Argument (Z6)"

"A Nose by Any Other Name (Z5)"

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