MIT philosophy: groups:
- n.b. groups usually meet in the 9th floor lounge
Epistemology Reading Group. Known unknowns, unknown unknowns, and all that. Cr(meets fridays either at 2 or 3.30) = 1. Contact Nilanjan Das or Ian Wells.
Logic, Language, Metaphysics, and Mind. Lame acronym. Meets wednesdays 3.30-5, weather permitting. (Mailing list.) Contact
Matthias Jenny or
Ethical ERG-copycat. Why the linguists shouldn't steal our koosh gear, etc. Meets on mondays 12-1.30. Contact Brendan Dill or Rose Lenehan.
Social Philosophy Interest Group. Includes social ontology, social epistemology, social ethics, and
related issues in philosophy of language, political philosophy, philosophy of social science,
and philosophy of mind, with a special emphasis on issues of significance for social justice and social change, like the linguists'
persistent stealing of our koosh gear. Meets on wednesdays 2-3.30. Contact Sally Haslanger.
For MIT graduate students, discusses work in progress. Contact Brendan Dill
For MIT graduate students, discusses dissertation work. Contact Dylan Bianchi
- Friends and Eminees Reading
Group (postponed for 2013)
A reading group to discuss working papers in any area of philosophy. It's open to grad students,
faculty, and visiting members of the Harvard and MIT philosophical
- Philosophy Book Club
The latest bestsellers, blockbusters, pulp fiction, etc. (Mailing list.)
Contact Matthias Jenny, Damien Rochford, or Alex Byrne.
- Religion and Science Reading Group
Life, the Universe and Everything. Meets on alternate wednesdays, 1-2. (Mailing list.)
Contact Lucas Mix, Roger White, or Alex Byrne.
- Evolutionary Debunking Reading Group
Reading group of the fittest. Meets on alternate thursdays, 11-12.30. (Mailing list.)
Contact Said Saillant.