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2019 - 2020 Philosophy Colloquium Series

All Colloquia are at 3:30 p.m. in Building 90, room 92Q, unless otherwise noted.

Free and open to the public.

Reception to follow at 5:30 p.m. in the Philosophy lounge.

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Past Colloquia

Nov
02

Hume Speaker: Stephen Darwall

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

Gratitude as a Second-Personal Attitude (of the Heart)

P. F. Strawson lists gratitude as one of the distinctively second-...

Nov
09

Holly Smith Colloquium

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

The Morality of Creating and Eliminating Duties

We often act in ways that create duties for ourselves: we adopt a child and become obligated to...

Nov
16

Mark Colyvan Colloquium

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

Crime, Punishment, and Bare Statistical Evidence

Mark Colyvan (University of Sydney and LMU)

Abstract: Various real and imagined...
Nov
30

Lucas Stanczyk Colloquium

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

Climate Change and the Structure of Intergenerational Justice

How quickly should the world reduce its greenhouse gas emissions? On the one...

Feb
01

Colloquium: David Enoch

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

Title: False Consciousness for Liberals, Part I: Consent, Autonomy, and Adaptive Preferences

Abstract: 

The starting point regarding...

Feb
08

Adam Crager Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 100, Room 101K MAP
Mar
01

Jane Friedman Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 100, Room 101K MAP
Apr
05

Corine Besson Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q MAP
Apr
12

Johann Frick Colloquium

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

Moral Dilemmas, Moral Outcome Luck, and the Two Faces of Morality

May
03

Nico Orlandi Colloquium

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

Bayesian Perception: A Critical Analysis

With some notable exceptions, Bayesian models in psychophysics and in perceptual psychology are...

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