Past events

18
Jun
2019

Nomy Arpaly: Philsoc Seminar - Deliberation and Fetish

Nomy Arpaly (Brown University): “Deliberation and Fetish” We often take it as speaking well of a person that before she has acted, she deliberated as to what...
17
Jun
2019

Lisa Ellis: The Collective Implications of Discrete Decisions: Some Examples from Environmental Policy

Isolated decisions, even isolated decisions made with high-quality procedures coordinating well-intentioned participants, sometimes produce outcomes that none...
13
Jun
2019

Lena Kastner: Thursday Seminar

Lena Kästner (HU Berlin/Saarbrücken): "How to Create a Mechanism Mosaic?" Integration is a grand challenge for many contemporary research endeavors. Although...
11
Jun
2019

JD Trout: Explanation, Truthiness, and the False Climb to Knowledge

Abstract: Drawing on themes from Wondrous Truths – from epistemic contingency in the history of science and the drab status of IBE as mere induction, to the...
07
Jun
2019

Scientific Modelling: Pushing the boundaries workshop

Leading philosophers of science present the latest research on scientific modelling. 09:00 - 09:15 - Intro & Welcome 09:15 - 10:30 - Joshua Luczak "...
06
Jun
2019

Normative Externalism workshop

Schedule 9:00 Coffee, Tea 9:30 - 10:30 Hannah Tierney (USyd), discussing Chapter 3 (on Guilt and Shame) 10:30 - 11:30 Neil Levy (Macquarie), discussing...
04
Jun
2019

Peter Clutton: 'Doxastic States: Intentionality, Phenomenology, Pathology'

I present an overview of my project on doxastic states. I also discuss three specific papers in more detail, and their contribution to the overall project. One...

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