MIT Philosophy Colloquia

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Spring 2002


Unless otherwise indicated, all talks are on Fridays at 3:30 pm in bldg. E56 room 270.

Please contact Andy Egan (egana@mit.edu) or Adina Roskies (adinad@mit.edu) for more details.

Some colloquium handouts are available in PDF format. To download Adobe Acrobat Reader click here


February 22:

"Normativity and Epistemic Intuitions"
Stephen Stich, Rutgers University

March 20 (Wednesday) at 6:30 pm in bldg. E39 room 335:

"Possible Worlds and the Paradoxes" [abstract]

Volker Halbach, Konstanz University

March 22:

"Common Ancestry and Natural Selection"

Elliott Sober, University of Wisconsin

April 5:

"Materialism about Persons: Some Neglected Alternatives"

Dean Zimmerman, Syracuse University

May 3:

"Noxious Markets"
Deborah Satz, Stanford University

May 10:

"Why we need A-intensions"

Frank Jackson, Australian National University

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