MIT philosophy: colloquia fall 2002

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Unless otherwise indicated, all talks are on Fridays at 3:30 pm in bldg. E51 room 145.

Please contact Roxanne Fay (rfay@mit.edu) or Eric Swanson (swanson@mit.edu) for more details.

Some colloquium papers are available in PDF (viewable in Adobe Acrobat Reader).


September 13:
"Mad Dogs and Englishmen: Moral Valence , Defeasibility, & Privileged Conditions"
Maggie Little, Georgetown University

September 27:
"Vague, So Untrue" (co-authored with David Braun)
Ted Sider, Rutgers University
*please note that this talk is in room 2-105*

November 1:
"Three Degrees of Dynamic Involvement"
Alice ter Meulen, University of Groningen

November 8:
"Varieties of Skepticism"
Jonathan Vogel, Amherst College

November 22:
"Does Responsibility Undermine Equality?"
Brian Barry, Columbia University

December 6:
"Boundless Good"
Jamie Dreier, Brown University

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