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Women and Gender Minorities in Philosophy Reading Group

on hiatus Summer 2018

It's all in the name: this is a group for graduate and undergraduate students in philosophy who self-identify as women or gender minorities. Contact Sarah Vernallis svernall at stanford.edu for more information.

Our aims are to foster community and to create a space for graduate and undergraduate women & gender minority philosophers to develop their discussion skills and build confidence.

Anyone with an interest in philosophy is welcome, including non-majors, so if you think you might like to come please get in touch!

 

in 2018 we had the following meetings:

  • Antony - "Quine as Feminist: The Radical Import of Naturalized Epistemology" (March 6)

  • Langton -- "Speech Acts and Unspeakable Acts" (April 20)

  • Scheman -- "Though This Be Method, Yet There is Madness in It: Paranoia and Liberal Epistemology" (June 1)

     
     

in 2014 we had the following meetings:

  • Foot - “Virtues and Vices” (Moya, May 27) 

  • Carnap - “Empiricism, Semantics and Ontology” (Maya, May 13)

  • David Lewis - “Scorekeeping in a Language Game” (Mala, April 29)

  • Margaret Urban Walker - “Moral Luck and the Virtues of Impure Agency” (Caroline, April 15)

  • Thomas Nagel - “The Absurd” (Elise, March 4)

  • Discussion of undergraduate life (February 25)

  • Iris Murdoch - “The Idea of Perfection” (Kay, Feb 11)