Wed May 19th 2021, 12:00am - Fri May 21st 2021, 12:00am
Zoom (Registration Required)
The Kant Lecture series is an annual tradition of the Stanford Philosophy Department. It takes place over the course of three days and includes two lectures and a discussion seminar, which are presented by a distinguished philosopher.
This year, Professor Sam Scheffler from New York University will be giving the lectures via Zoom. Please see below for the details:
"The Lives We Lead"
Wednesday, May 19th
Lecture 1: "Against Temporal Neutrality: The Significance of Future Bias"
5:30pm - 7:00pm (PDT)
Thursday, May 20th
Lecture 2: "Against Personal Neutrality: The Significance of Partiality"