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Feb
05

Samuel Bowles / The Moral Economy: Why Good Incentives are No Substitute for Good Citizens

5:30pm | Bechtel Conference Room, Encina Hall, MAP

The Moral Economy: Why Good Incentives are No Substitute for Good Citizens
It is widely held today that in designing public...

Jan
25

Do We Do Too Little About Child Abuse — or Too Much?

5:30pm | Stanford Law School, Room 190, MAP

Each year child protective services removes thousands of children from their parents and places them in foster care. It does this to prevent abuse or...

Jan
19

Shamik Dasgupta - Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q, MAP

Title: Realism and the Absence of Value

 
Abstract: Much recent metaphysics is built around notions such as naturalness,...
Jan
16

Dorian T. Warren and Mia Birdsong / Basic Income and Racial Justice

5:30pm | Tresidder Union, Oak Lounge, MAP

Dorian T. Warren and Mia Birdsong will be explaining how universal basic income can help create a more racially just society. Warren’s presentation...

Jan
12

Elijah Millgram - Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q, MAP

 

Outsourcing the Mind:  Extended Cognition and First-Person Authority

The problem of first-person authority is that of explaining...
Dec
15

Tommie Shelby - Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q, MAP

Prison Abolition? The Uses and Abuses of Incarceration.

 

Dec
05

NEW TIME - Danielle Allen / Cuz: The Life and Times of Michael A.

7:30pm | Stanford Law School 290, MAP

Danielle Allen speaks about her new book Cuz: The Life and...

Nov
17

Michael Rescorla - Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q, MAP

On the Proper Formulation of Conditionalization

Conditionalization is a norm that governs the rational reallocation of credence. I distinguish...

Nov
13

What Did Silicon Valley Do to Democracy and the Media?

7:00pm | Cubberley Auditorium, MAP

What Did Silicon Valley Do to Democracy and the Media? A Conversation with Franklin Foer and Nate Persily
This...

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