[Department of Philosophy, University of Saskatchewan, 100 Years]

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Events Archive: 2000-01


Visiting Speakers

Mary Mahowald (University of Chicago)

"Classical Pragmatism and Feminism: Standpoint Theory as a Common Denominator"
Mon. Sept. 11, 2:00 pm, Chelsea Room, STM

2000 Whelen Lecture
"Just Genes? Gender, Ability, and Class Differences in the New Genetics"
Tues. Sept. 12, 7:00 PM, Delta Bessborough Hotel
 
Hilary Kornblith (University of Vermont)

"Knowledge and Social Practices"
Friday March 2, 2:30 PM, Arts 210
 
William Lycan (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

"The Representational Theory of Qualia"
Monday March 12, in Arts 104 at 2:30 pm

Part of the Western Candian Lecture Series, presented by the Canadian Institute for Society and Humanity and the Department of Philosophy.



Department Colloquia


Fridays @ all talks 7:30 pm, Chelsea Room, St. Thomas More College, unless otherwise indicated

Sep 27 Brian Zamulinski "Moral Misguidance: Aquinas in the Light of Evolution: A Re-evaluation of Clifford and his Critics"
Oct 18 David Crossley

"Is the Absolute Happy?"

Nov 1

Howard Woodhouse "The Seduction of the Market: Whitehead, Hutchins and the Harvard Business School"

Nov 15

Anthony Jenkins "On Some Distinctions between Form and Matter in the Proposition"
Nov 29 William Buschert "Virtual Reality as Technology, as Social Space and as Artistic Practice"
Feb 14 Eric Dayton

"Don't do that! or Act Identity, Supervenience and Consequentialism"

Apr 4 Richard Barrett "Attention, Boredom and the Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism"


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