Eric Andrew Moore

 
  Philosophy, University of Otago  
     
 

Events | Seminars 2014

Philosophy Seminars are Wednesdays, Burns 5, 11am - 12:30.

Please note that, like all things in life, this schedule is subject to change.

February 26

David Chalmers

ANU "Why isn't there more progress in philosophy?"
March 5 Ricki Bliss Kyoto Metaphysical Foundationalism and the Principle of Sufficient Reason

Tuesday March 11, 5:30 pm:

Taylor Lecture -- Philip Pettit

 

Princeton Doing Good and Doing Evil
March 12 Victoria McGeer Princeton Living with Blame
March 19 Student Research Conference [Alpha]    
March 26 Jussi Haukioja NTNU From Reference to Essence
April 2 Paisley Livingston Lingnan Bolzano on Beauty
April 9 Hartley Slater UWA Propositional Identities and Implications
April 16 Raamy Majeed Otago Conceptual Instability and the New Epistemic Possibility
 

 

 

Mid-semester Break (April 21 - 25)

 

   
April 30 Alan Weir Glasgow Properties and Relations are Fusions
May 7 Greg Dawes Otago Perception and Reasons
May 14 Charles Pigden Otago Queerness, Relativity, and Impotence: J.L. Mackie and the Error Theory
May 21 Colin Cheyne Otago The 'How' and 'What' of Belief
May 28 James Maclaurin Otago  
 

 

Semester Break

 

July 9 Alan Musgrave Otago Against Paraconsistentism
July 16 Andrew Moore Otago Well-being, objectivity and naturalism
July 23 Zach Weber Otago Why are there paradoxes?
July 30 Student Research Conference [Beta]    
August 6 Nick Munn Waikato Maximally Inclusive Democracy
August 13 Piotr Boltuc Illinois Can pure subject be defended?
August 20 Michael LeBuffe Otago A Spinozistic Theory of Prescriptive Ethics
 

 

Mid-Semester Break (Aug 25 - 29)

 

 

September 3 Alex Miller Otago  
September 10 Claire Gallop Otago Autonomy
September 17 Sean McConnell Otago [Classics]  
September 24 Michael Devitt CUNY  
October 1 Daniel Halliday Melbourne  
October 8 Lisa Ellis Otago

 

 
Examinations and Summer Break

 

Please note, this timetable is subject to change.

The Otago Logic Group meets monthly during semester time. See logic website for details.

Information about The Dan & Gwen Taylor Lectures, including recordings, can be found here.

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