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2010-2011 Colloquia

Fall 2010

 

Picture of Frank Lewis

 

October 18

Frank Lewis

University of Southern California

“Aristotle on How to Define Substance in Metaphysics Zeta: The End-Game in Zeta 17”

 

 

Winter 2011

 

Picture of Yuri Balashov

 

January 13

Yuri Balashov

University of Georiga

“Two Concepts of Coexistence in Spacetime”

 

 

Picture of Andrea Woody

 

February 4

Andrea Woody

University of Washington

“Scientific Explanation: A Functional Perspective”

 

 

Picture of Seth Yalcin

 

February 18

Seth Yalcin

University of California, Berkeley

“On Some Counterexamples to Modus Ponens and Modus Tollens”

 

 

Picture of Henry Allison

 

March 4

Henry Allison

Emeritus, University of California, San Diego and Boston University

“The Singleness of the Categorical Imperative”

 

 

Spring 2011

 

Picture of Geoffrey Hellman

 

April 29

Geoffrey Hellman

University of Minnesota

“The Significance of the Burali-Forti Paradox”

 

 

Picture of David McNaughton

 

May 6

David McNaughton

Florida State University

“Contours of the Practical Landscape”

 

 

Picture of Dean Pettit

 

May 27

Dean Pettit

University of North Carolina

“Generalized Quantifier Theory and Gradable Quantification”

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