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2006-2007 Colloquia

Fall 2006


Picture of Daniel Kauffman


October 27

Daniel Kauffman

University of Colorado, Boulder

"Cartesian Material Substances, or Don't Let Corruptibility Bring You Down!"



Winter 2007


Picture of Kathrin Koslicki


January 26

Kathrin Koslicki

Tufts University

"Objects as Structured Wholes"



Picture of Maja Spener


February 5

Maja Spener

University College, London

"Phenomenal Adequacy and Introspective Evidence"



Picture of Murat Aydede

February 14

Murat Aydede

University of Florida

"Is Feeling Pain the Perception of Something?"



Picture of Matthew Hanser


February 19

Matthew Hanser

University of California, Santa Barbara

"Action, Acting and Acting Well"



Picture of Gregory Novack


February 23

Gregory Novack

University of Wisconsin, Madison

"Evidential Variety and Describing the Evidence"



Picture of Katherine Dunlop


February 26

Katherine Dunlop

Stanford University

"'The Unity of Time as Measure': Kant's Reply to Locke"



Picture of Alexander Jackson


February 28

Alexander Jackson

Rutgers University

"A Two-Factor Theory of Justified Belief"



Spring 2007


Picture of David Chalmers


April 13

David Chalmers

The Australian National University

"Probability and Propositions"



Picture of Magdalena Balcerak


April 20

Magdalena Balcerak

University of Cologne and UC Davis

"The Cognitive Dynamics of Conceptual Analysis"



Picture of Craig Callender


April 27

Craig Callender

University of California, San Diego

"What Makes the Present Special?"



Picture of Stewart Cohen


May 11

Stewart Cohen

Arizona State University

"Three Approaches to the Airport Case"



Picture of Elisabeth Camp


May 18

Elisabeth Camp

University of Pennsylvania

"Thought Without Language"



Picture of Gavin Lawrence


June 1

Gavin Lawrence

University of California, Los Angeles

"Is Aristotle's Function Argument Fallacious? Part 1"



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