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2010-2011 Workshops

This is a list of Philosophy Department Workshops for the 2010-2011 academic year.


October 22, Cody Gilmore, “Parts of Propositions”

November 5, Robbie Hirsch, “An Amphibious Account of Structural Universals”

November 12, Greg Damico, “Identity in Aristotle: A Note on Frank Lewis’ Work on Accidental Sameness”

December 3, Jonathan Dorsey, “Proximal Panpsychistic Physicalism: A Concise Introduction and Defense”


January 7, Vadim Keyser, “The Measurement Problem of Turtle Mechanics”

January 21, Bert Baumgaertner, “Reflective Inequilibrium: Why the Problem of the Criterion can’t be Solved”

February 11, Sarah Roe, “Darwin’s Guiding Principles”

February 25, Charles Lang, “Acting in Accordance With Conventions Doesn’t Entail Collective Intentional Behavior, Or: In Defense of David Lewis’s Account of Conventions”

March 11, Jack Gunnell (Political Science), “Wittgenstein on the Vocation of Philosophy and the Implications for Social Science”

March 18, Joel Friedman, “Modal Platonism is a Threat to Platonism (and to its so-called Indispensability Principle)”


April 15, Josh Earlenbaugh, “Sophistry and Philosophy: A Relationship Reexamined”

May 13, Norbert Anwander, “It’s None of Your Business! – Moral Demands, Standing, and Community”

June 3, Scott Dixon, “Predicative Pluralism”

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