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Kant Lectures archives

2016-2017

Sally Haslanger: What is a Social Practice (and Why Does it Matter)?

2014-2015

David Velleman: Morality Here and There

2013-2014

Beatrice Longuenesse: Self-consciousness and the first person.  Back to Kant, and back again.

2012-2013

Ned Block: Attention and Perception

2011-2012

Thomas Scanlon: Metaphysics, Epistemology, and Normative Truth

2010-2011

Stephen Yablo: Part-Whole Relations in Sematics and Epistemology 

2009-2010

Gideon Rosen: Evil and Ordinary Decency

2008-2009

Allan Gibbard: Normative Concepts

2007-2008

Kit Fine: Vagueness and Transcendence 

2006-2007

Tyler Burge: Origins of Objectivity

2005-2006

Dag Prawitz: Proofs, Meaning, and Reality

2004-2005

Kant lectures postponed

2003-2004

Christopher Peacocke ('03): Another I: Representing Conscious States

2002-2003

John Cooper ('03): Plato and Aristotle on Finality and (Self) Sufficiency and Stoic Autonomy

2001-2002

Philip Kitcher: The Evolution of Normative Guidance and the Structure of Moral Revolutions 

2000-2001

Kant Lectures postponed

1999-2000

Peter Railton: Rational Beliefs, Rational Desires

1998-1999

Michael Friedman: Dynamics of Kantian Themes in the Philosophy of Science