Free and Open to the Public
Sally Haslanger, Ford Professor of Philosophy, MIT
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. Past lecturers have included John Rawls, Noam Chomsky, John Searle, Margaret Wilson, Wilfred Sellars, Michael Friedman and Peter Railton.
May 31, June 1, and June 2, 2017.
31 May Lecture I: What is a Social Practice (and Why Does it Matter)?
5:30 P.M., BUILDING 380, ROOM 380C
1 June Lecture II: Practicing Social Critique
5:30 P.M., BUILDING 300, ROOM 300
2 June Discussion Seminar
3:30 P.M., BUILDING 90, ROOM 92Q