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Our group meets biweekly to discuss classical Chinese Philosophy texts, mostly primary but also secondary. Having read Xunzi in '17-'18, we'll continue with Mengzi in '18-'19. No background knowledge in Chinese philosophy or language needed!    time/place TBD, look...
alternate Mondays during lunch (12-1ish)
A few of us are getting together for a reading group, focusing on such issues as the role of evidence in belief formation, the epistemology of testimony, promising, etc. In winter quarter 2017, we’ll be meeting alternate Mondays during lunch (12-1ish) in 70-72A1.   Starting the week...
Wednesdays 2-3:30
This summer (2018), anyone who is interested is reading Kirk Ludwig’s From Plural to Institutional Agency. We meet every Wednesday from 2 - 3.30 to discuss a couple of chapters at a time.  For more information, please contact Prof. Barry Maguire.
The Metanormativity and Problematic Contents Group is dedicated to exploring the nature of normative thought and language, as well as other problematic or difficult to understand types of thought and language.    The central concern of this reading group is normative content and other...
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A group of graduate students, post-docs, and faculty members that meets weekly to discuss articles/papers in moral philosophy (broadly construed) over pizza and beer. While the reading selection is ultimately left up to the members of the group, the group's primary focus is on classic,...
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...