Past Departmental Seminars (2007-2008)

Please see below for details of our Departmental Seminars from 2007-2008. Click on the speaker's name to find out details of the speaker's current research.

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Spring 2008

February 22nd Michael Garnett [Birkbeck] Against Deep Agency
February 29th Iwao Hirose [McGill] Reconsidering the Value of Equality
March 7th Gerald Lang [Leeds] Justice and National Boundaries
March 14th Anna Mahtani [Oxford] Imaginative Resistance
April 11th Stephen Mulhall [Oxford] The Ontological Proof: Wittgensteinian Variations
April 25th Gianfranco Soldati [Fribourg] The Role of Experience in Self Knowledge
May 2nd Sorin Baiasu [Keele] Practical Judgement in Kant
May 9th Maja Spener [Oxford] Introspection as Conscious Acheivement
May 16th George Botterill [Sheffield] 'But That's Not Why I Did it!': The Davidsonian Possibility and Contrastive Explanation

Autumn 2007

October 12th Jenefer Robinson [Cincinatti] Emotion
October 19th Clare Chambers [Cambridge] Each Outcome is Another Opportunity
October 26th John Hawthorne [Oxford] Names
November 2nd Elinor Mason [Edinburgh] Moral Theory and Moral Responsibility
November 16th Nadeem Hussain [Stanford] Constructivism and Metaethics
November 23rd Ian Proops [Michigan] Puzzling out Russell: The Curiosity of George IV
November 30th Mark McCullagh [Guelph] Concept Possession and the Mates Example
December 7th Komarine Romdenh-Romluc [Nottingham] Simulation, Intention, and Immunity to Error through Misidentification
December 14th Yonatan Shemmer [Sheffield] Self-Governance, Reasons, and Self-Determination