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Past Events

Apr
12

Basic Income: A Radical Proposal for a Free Society and a Sane Economy

5:30pm | Cubberley Auditorium, MAP

Philippe Van Parijs will present on his new book, co-written with Yannick Vanderborght, in which the authors offer the most comprehensive defense of...

Mar
17

E. Sonny Elizondo colloquium

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

The World is Not Enough (But Reason isn’t Either)

Abstract coming soon!

Mar
03

Nancy Bauer Colloquium

3:30pm | Bldg. 90, room 92Q, MAP

“On Making Progress in Philosophy (All Other Things Not Equal)”

Philosophers have recently become interested in two questions...

Mar
01

Eliza Griswold / Healing a Fractured Nation: The Future of Poverty and Energy in Rural America

7:00pm | Levinthal Hall, MAP

The talk will explore the political and economic fault lines surrounding shale gas drilling, whether or not innovation in fossil fuel development is a...

Feb
24

Susanna Schellenberg colloquium

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

"Perceptual Consciousness as a Mental Activity"

I argue that perceptual consciousness is constituted by a mental activity. The mental activity...

Feb
16

Hank Greely / The End of Sex and the Future of Reproduction

7:00pm | Cubberley Auditorium, MAP

In 20 to 40 years, most people around the world with good health coverage will conceive their children not through sex but in a fertility clinic.  They...

Feb
08

Experiments in Unconditional Basic Income

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

Experiments in Unconditional Basic IncomeWhat do people do when they're given cash, no strings attached?
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Jan
26

James Woodward: "Causation with a Human Face"

4:30pm | Building 200, Room 307 , MAP

This talk will explore some of the interrelations between normative/ philosophical theorizing about causation and more descriptive empirical research...

Jan
25

Degrees of Freedom

5:00pm | Stanford Law School, Room 290, MAP

Forum on the issue of providing college opportunities for currently and formerly incarcerated students.

The panel will highlight some of the...

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