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Events Archive: 2004-05


Visiting Speakers


Andrew Potter (Centre de recherche en éthique de l'Université de Montréal)
"Should Nations Become Brands?"
Tuesday, February 8th, 4:00 PM, Arts 214
 
Louise Antony (Ohio State University)
"Discovering Politics: Bias and Objectivity in Human Knowledge"
Friday February 4th, 2:30 pm, Commerce 112

Seminars:
"A Naturalistic Approach to the A Priori"
Fri Feb 4th, 9:30am, Arts 512

"Can Nonconceptual Content Be Content?"
Sat Feb 5th, 9:30am, Dean's Boardroom
 
Nicole Wyatt (University of Calgary)
"Fiction, Naming, and Pragmatics"
Friday, November 19th, 3:30pm
Location: Commerce 112



Department Colloquia


Fridays @ 3:30 PM, in the Faculty Club 'Club Room', unless indicated otherwise

Sept 17 Karl Pfeifer "Laughter: From locus neo-classicus to locus rattus"
Room 344B at St. Thomas More College
Oct 1 David Crossley "A Unified Theory of Punishment"
Oct 15 Leslie Howe "Vicarious Pain and Genuine Pleasure: Some reflections on spectator transformation of meaning in sport"
Nov 5 Brian Zumulinski, Adaptationism, Evolutionary By-Products, and the Human Capacity for Morality"
Nov 26 Vanessa Streisel "Reinforcing Biological Naturalism"
Jan 14 Robert Hudson "Defeating Underdetermination, Defeating Skepticism"
Jan 28 George Williamson "Whither Incommensurability?: Removing a Roadblock to An-archic Philosophy"
Mar 11 Sean Hubbell "Aristotelian Eudaimonism"
April 1 Patrick Mackenzie "Do Christians, Jews and Muslims Worship the Same God?"

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