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2012-2013 Colloquia

Fall, 2012

 

Picture of Carl Craver

 

October 12

Carl Craver

Washington University in St. Louis

"Are Amnesics Stuck in Time?"

 

 

Picture of Tadeusz Ciecierski

 

November 5

Tadeusz Ciecierski

University of Warsaw

"Demonstrating Procedures"

 

 

Picture of Noa Latham

 

November 30

Noa Latham

University of Calgary

"The Passage of Time"

 

Winter, 2013

 

Picture of Julia Annas

 

January 18

Julia Annas

University of Arizona

"Why Virtue Ethics Does Not Have a Problem with Right Action"

 

 

Picture of Dana Goswick

 

January 25

Dana Goswick

University of Melbourne

"Ordinary Objects, Grounding Modality, and Response-Dependence"

 

 

Picture of Kai Wehmeier

 

February 22

Kai Wehmeier

University of California, Irvine

"Modal Logic's Dark Little Secret"

 

 

Picture of Richard Heck

 

March 1

Richard Heck

Brown University

"Against Disquotation"

 

 

Picture of Abrol Fairweather

 

March 8

Abrol Fairweather

San Francisco State University

"The Meeting of the Twain: Virtue Epistemology Meets Social Psychology"

 

 

Picture of Sean Walsh

 

March 15

Sean Walsh

University of California, Irvine

"Logicism, Interpretability, and Knowledge of Arithmetic"

 

 

Spring, 2013

 

Photographer on leave

 

April 26

Angela Smith

Washington and Lee University

"Attitudes and Control"

 

May 3

Ishtiyaque Haji

"Blameworthiness and Alternate Possibilities"

University of Calgary

 

May 10

Ernest Lepore

Rutgers University

"Discourse and Logical Form"

 

May 20

Samuel Fleischecker

University of Illinois at Chicago

"Leibniz, Plato, and Two Theories of Innate Ideas"

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