Senior Postgraduate Seminar 10-11
This seminar is open to all research students in the Department of Philosophy. It runs throughout both semesters, and the students run their own series over the summer. Each week a student presents a paper, followed by discussion. (The year traditionally starts with a member of staff.) A hand-out, abstract or draft of the paper is usually circulated in advance. Anyone from outside the department wishing to attend should email Rosanna Keefe (email@example.com).
Time: Wednesdays 3.10-5.00pm.
Venue: The last seminar will be in Jessop Building, SR 116
Afterwards we retire to a nearby pub.
29th September - Daniel Viehoff : Democratic Enfranchisement, Coercion, and Authority
6th October - Katie Harrington : Kant's Distinction Between Appearances and Things in Themselves
13th October - Victor Cantero Flores : Explaining Modality via Essentialism
20th October - Heather Arnold : Universal State-run Childcare Institutions, Care-giving and Equality of Opportunity
27th October - Jonathan Payne : Syntactic Priority Generalised
3rd November - Stephen Wright : Testimonial Justification
17th November - Paul Giladi : Kant and the Sociality of Reason
24th November - Angela Bird : Emotions and the Natural Semantic Metalanguage Framework
1st December - Bernardo Aguilera : Intentionality in Animal Cognition [Postponed due to snow]
8th December - No seminar
15th December - Joshua Fedorko : Is Schopenhauer's thing in itself coherent as an idea?
19th January - Bernardo Aguilera : Intentionality in Animal Cognition
26th January - Jessica Leech : Relative Modality and Fine's Counterexamples
2nd February - Peter Hewkin : How strong must ONE be? Innate concepts of integers
9th February - Carl Fox : Legitimacy and Obligation in Social Contract Theory
16th February - Paniel Reyes Cardenas : Mathematical Structuralism as Pragmatic Realism
23rd February - Kathy Puddifoot : How natural is knowledge?
2nd March - Jack Wadham : Sensorimotor Contingencies in Alva Noe's Enactivism
9th March - Jonathan Parry : The Role of Authority in Just War Theory
16th March - Frank Arthurs : Do we have Sufficient Reason to Accept the Principle of Sufficient Reason?
23rd March - Naoki Usui : The Distinctiveness of Mental Innateness
30th March - Peter Caven : Moral Conflict and Value Pluralism
6th April - Natasha McKeever : Why does William love Kate?: The Grounds of Romantic Love
4th May - Paul Giladi : Transcendental Arguments: Old Problems, New Directions
11th May - Jessica Begon : Capabilities without Paternalism: A Dilemma for Nussbaum and a New Capability Approach
25th May - Jean-Roch Lauper : Vagueness as Judgements of Comparison with Standards
8th June - Angie Pepper : Cosmopolitanism, Feminism and the Problem of Cultural Imperialism
15th June - Prajesh Unnikrishnan : Some Questions on Propositional Memory