MIT philosophy: events: colloquia fall 2011-spring 2012
Unless otherwise indicated, all talks are on fridays at 3:30 pm in room 32-d461 (directions to 32-d461 and the department). This schedule is subject to change.
For more information, please contact Sophie Horowitz. For information about talks co-sponsored with Women's Studies, contact email@example.com.
Some colloquium papers will be available on this page in (viewable in adobe acrobat reader).
- Moral Reasoning
- Gilbert Harman, Princeton University
- Phenomenal Consciousness Overflows Cognitive Access
- Ned Block, NYU
- Is there an existential selection effect?
- David Manley, University of Michigan
- Meaning, Understanding and Normativity
- Hannah Ginsborg, University of California Berkeley
- Quasi-Realism and the Problem of Unexplained Coincidence
- Jamie Dreier, Brown University
- Working to Conversational Rule: Deniability and Pedantry
in Antagonistic Contexts
- Elisabeth Camp, University of Pennsylvania
- Against parthood
- Ted Sider, Cornell University
- Is evidence about one’s own doxastic states inert?
- Maria Lasonen Aarnio, University of Michigan