2016-2017 Colloquium Series
Most talks will be in Rabb Graduate Center, Rm. 338 from 3:30pm to 5:30pm unless otherwise noted.
- Sept. 30th
William Lycan (U Conn)
“In What Sense is Desire a Propositional Attitude?”
- Oct. 5th (4pm -- 6pm)
Neil Sinhababu (National University of Singapore)
"Experientialism and Moral Concepts"
- Nov. 4th
Melissa Barry (Williams)
"Mind-Dependence in Metaethics"
- Nov. 18th
Sebastian Rödl (Leipzig)
"Self-consciousness: some notes on its philosophical significance"
- March 10th
Matthew Stuart (Bowdoin)
- March 18th The Philosophy Department's 6th Annual Spring Conference: "Implicit Bias and Social Justice"
Featuring:Natalia Washington (Washington U.),"Implicit Cognition and Practical Reason"
José Medina (Vanderbilt), "Bias and Epistemic Activism"
and Ben Sherman (Brandeis), "Good Intentions, Moral Bugs, and Mind-Hacks"
- March 31st
Bernard Boxill (UNC)
- April 21st
Tamar Schapiro (MIT)
The Colloquium Series is supported by the Martin Weiner Fund.