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2000 Seminar Schedule

March 3

David Ward

Kant's theory of how intuitions are generated

March 10

Nick Reid

On feeling, thinking, image and form

March 17

Nick Griffin

What is anti-realism?

March 24

Heather Dyke

Parts of me

March 31

Cancelled

Cancelled

 

MID-SEMESTER BREAK

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April 14

Alan Musgrave

Rationality and reliability

April 21

Charles Pigden

Evolutionary nihilism

April 28

Peter Ogle

Truth and the aim of inquiry

May 5

Cynthia McDonald

Shoemaker on self-knowledge and inner sense

May 12

Colin Cheyne

The one-and-only true method of counterexamples

May 19

Duncan Roper

Euler, the Konigsberg Bridges, and Philosophy of Mathematics

May 26

Igal Kvart

Probabilistic Causation

June 2

Jay Garfield

The Structure of Moral Knowledge

 

MID-YEAR BREAK

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July 14

James Maclaurin

The resurrection of innateness

July 21

DISSERTATION CONFERENCE

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July 28 (am)

Louise Antony

Naturalising radical translation

July 28 (pm)

Joseph Levine

Philosophy as massage - seeking cognitive relief from cognitive tension

Aug 4

Fred Fastier

Fundamentalism in science

Aug 11

Andrew Moore (& Tim Mulgan)

Rawls made just for children

Aug 18

Grant Gillett

Is there language in the brain?

Aug 25

Al Mele

Motivational strength and control

 

MID-SEMESTER BREAK

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Sept 8

Tim Crane

The intentional structure of consciousness

Sept 15

Tom Cunningham

A theory of fallacies

Sept 22

Andrew Moore

Objectivism made good

Sept 29

William Demopoulos

On the philosophical interest of Frege’s theorem

Oct 6

Pavel Materna

Empirical concepts

Oct 13

Peter Leech

Elegance - Paintings, Proofs, Persons, Postmodernity

 

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