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Philosophy Program
RSSS, ANU
Philsoc Papers - 2008

The following papers were given in 2008. Jens Christian Bjerring and Weng Hong Tang were the convenors during this year.

Philsoc Papers in 2008

Thursday, December 11th, 3:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Jonathan Farrell (RSSS)
Subjective Facts in an Objective World (6-month review)
Tuesday, December 9th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Leon Leontyev (RSSS)
Assertions in Context Without Contextualism (6-month review)
Wednesday, December 3rd, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Brian Rabern (RSSS)
The character of names and epistemic monsters (6-month review)
Tuesday, December 2nd, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
John Cusbert (RSSS)
Deference at a Distance (6-month review)
Tuesday, November 18th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Kelvin McQueen (RSSS)
Physicalism Entangled: Scientific & Metaphysical Problems (6-month review)
Tuesday, November 11th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Michael Titelbaum (ANU/Wisconsin)
Tell Me You Love Me: Reliabilism, Induction, and Being Told What You Want to Hear
Tuesday, October 28th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Dan Marshall (RSSS)
Against the B-Theory of Time
Wednesday, October 22nd, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Susanna Schellenberg (RSSS)
Hallucinations without Obscure Objects
Tuesday, October 14th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Holly Lawford-Smith (RSSS)
Securing International Cooperation with Punishment? Lessons from Game Theory (Midterm)
Tuesday, October 7th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Robert Goodin (RSSS)
Global Democracy
Tuesday, September 30th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Magdalena Balcerak Jackson and Brendan Balcerak Jackson (UC Davis/ RSSS)
Understanding and Philosophical Methodology
Tuesday, September 23rd, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Andrew McGonigal (Leeds)
More on Many Minds
Tuesday, September 16th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Marius Dumitru (Oxford)
The Knowledge and Conceivability Arguments and Cognitive Phenomenology
Tuesday, September 9th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Brad Richards (Guelph)
Radical Indeterminacy in Visual Perceptual Experience
Tuesday, September 2nd, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Kelby Mason (Rutgers)
Moral psychology and moral intuition: a pox on all your houses
Tuesday, August 26th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Conrad Heilmann (LSE)
Time Discounting in the Multiple-Self
Tuesday, August 19th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Neil Mehta (Michigan)
How to Build a Creature with Qualia
Thursday, August 14th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Aidan Lyon (RSSS)
Chance and Determinism *(Midterm Review)
Tuesday, August 12th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Angela Mendelovici (Princeton)
Concepts and the Varieties of Content
Tuesday, August 5th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Philipp Koralus (Princeton)
Attitude Reports and Cognition
Tuesday, July 29th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Barak Krakauer (UMass)
Belief, Rationality, and Impossible Worlds
Tuesday, July 15th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Sara J. Bernstein (Arizona)
Overdetermination Problems
Tuesday, July 1st, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
David Bourget (RSSS)
Representationalism: The Easy Way
Wednesday, June 25th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Jens Christian Bjerring (RSSS)
Provability and Nontrivial Impossible Worlds (Mid-term review)
Tuesday, June 24th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Weng Hong Tang (RSSS)
Belief, Knowledge, and Credence (Mid-term review)
Tuesday, June 17th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Dan Giberman (Stanford)
Gloppy Trope Bundles
Tuesday, June 10th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Brian Kim (Columbia)
Expressions of fallibility
Tuesday, June 3rd, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room B
Leon Leontyev (RSSS)
What Wright may or may not be saying - though, at any rate, ought to be saying - about transmission failure
Tuesday, May 27th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Marius Dumitru (University of Oxford)
On Cognitive Phenomenology
Tuesday, May 20th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Joe Salerno (St. Louis)
A New Paradox of Happiness
Tuesday, May 13th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Mike Bruno (Arizona)
Action and Visual Consciousness
Tuesday, May 6th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Declan Smithies (RSSS)
The Epistemic Significance of Consciousness
Tuesday, April 29th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Ben Blumson (Sydney)
Mental Maps
Tuesday, April 22nd, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Federico Luzzi (St. Andrews)
Luck and Deductive Inference
Tuesday, April 15th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Wolfgang Schwarz (RSSS)
A Bunch of Remarks in Defence of A Priori Physicalism
Tuesday, April 8th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room E
Paul Dimmock (St. Andrews)
Subject-Sensitive Invariantism and Two Epistemological Problems
Tuesday, March 18th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room C
Douglas Edwards (St Andrews)
How (and why) we should be pluralists about truth
Tuesday, March 11th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room C
Stuart Crutchfield (University of Glasgow)
Phenomenal Unity, Introspective Unity, and the Big-Numb-Arm Problem for Spatial Unity
Tuesday, March 4th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room C
Grant Reaber (CMU)
Why Are There Three Kinds of Models for Modality *De Re*?
Tuesday, February 26th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room C
Samantha Brennan (UWO)
Moral Gaps: Thresholds for Rights and Threshold for Options
Tuesday, February 19th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room C
Wolfgang Schwarz (RSSS)
Believing in Afterlife -- Conditionalization in a Changing World
Tuesday, February 5th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room C
Daniel Friedrich (RSSS)
Does Belief Motivate?
Tuesday, January 29th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room C
Patrick Greenough (RSSS)
Our Cognitive Home
Tuesday, January 22nd, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room C
Jonathan Schaffer (RSSS)
The Internal Relatedness of All Things
Thursday, January 17th, 4:00pm
Coombs Seminar Room C
Brent Madison (UCL)
Epistemic Internalism, Justification, and the Truth-Connection