SPRING 2012 PHILOSOPHY COLLOQUIUM SERIES

 

The UA Philosophy Department is pleased to present the Spring 2012 Philosophy Colloquium Series featuring the following prominent speakers:

Friday, January 20, 3-5pm
MARK BALAGUER, Professor of Philosophy, California State University, Los Angeles
"Free Will as a Case Study in What Conceptual Analysis Is, Why It's Mostly (if not Entirely) Empirical, and What's Wrong with the Canberra Plan"

Friday, January 27, 3-5pm, Social Sciences 206
ELIJAH MILLGRAM, E. E. Ericksen Professor of Philosophy, University of Utah
"Segmented Agency"

Thursday, February 2, 3-5pm, Social Sciences 222
PAUL RUSSELL, Professor of Philosophy, University of British Columbia,
"Hume's Scepticism and the Problem of Atheism"

Friday, February 3, 3-5pm, Social Sciences 206
PAUL RUSSELL, Professor of Philosophy, University of British Columbia
"Responsibility, Naturalism and the 'Morality Problem'"

Thursday, February 9, 3-5pm, ILC 141
HERMAN CAPPELEN, Arché Professor, University of St. Andrews
Title TBA

Monday, February 27, 3-5pm, Harshberger 206
FRED MILLER, Professor of Philosophy and Executive Director, Social Philosophy and Policy Center, Bowling Green State University 
"Aristotle on Belief and Knowledge"

Friday, March 2, 3-5pm, Social Sciences 206
ELINOR MASON, Lecturer, University of Edinburgh
"Understanding the Subjective 'Ought'"

Friday, March 23, 3-5pm, Social Sciences 206
PAUL PIETROSKI, Professor of Philosophy, University of Maryland
"'I' before 'E' in Semantics" (for background, see Chapter 1 of Semantics without Truth Values, forthcoming with Oxford Univeristy Press)

Friday, March 30, 3-5pm, Social Sciences 206
ALLEN E. BUCHANAN, James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Duke University
"The Ethical Pluralist Challenge to Human Rights"

Friday, April 20, 3-5pm, Social Sciences 206
CAROLINA SARTORIO, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona
"Who Killed The Thirsy Traveler? And Other Mysteries In Causation In The Law"

Friday, April 27, 3-5pm, Social Sciences 206
SHAUN NICHOLS, Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona
"Ambiguous References"

 

For links to further information about these speakers, please go to http://uriahkriegel.com/?Colloquium_Series ,

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01/12/2012 - 18:11

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