Philosophy Workshops

Philosophy Workshops

The School of Philosophy workshop series features the research of ANU staff & visitors discussing ideas and arguments on topics relating to our school and internal centres.

Past events

"Group Duties: Their Possibility and Their Implications for Individuals"

29 Aug 2018

Manuscript Workshop on "Group Duties: Their Possibility and Their Implications for Individuals" by Stephanie Collins (ACU)   The School of Philosophy will be...

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Animal Sentience: Pushing the Boundaries

17 Aug 2018

Recent work has extended the boundaries of animal sentience to an unexpected degree. Claims of non-mammalian consciousness, including invertebrates and even...

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Celebration of Kim Sterelny's Laureate Project

6 Aug 2018

On August 6th-8th, the School of Philosophy and the Centre for Philosophy of the Sciences held a workshop to celebrate the completion of Kim Sterelny's...

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Feasibility and Collectives Workshop

2 Aug 2018

WORKSHOP: OUGHTS AND CANS FOR GROUPS Commonsense suggests that what we ought to do is somehow constrained or conditioned by what we can do or what is feasible...

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Cecilia Heyes "Cognitive Gadgets": Author-Meets-Critics Symposium

1 Aug 2018

Join Cecilia Heyes and the Centre for Philosophy of the Sciences for an author-meets-critics symposium on her new book Cognitive Gadgets: the Cultural...

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Ethics and Risk Workshop

16 Jul 2018

This workshop brings ethicists and decision theorists together to work out how risk affects moral and rational requirements.  Some of the topics include: ...

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Non-Propositional Attitudes Workshop

3 Jul 2018

Propositional attitudes, such as belief and desire, have long been taken to play a foundational role in the theories of meaning and mind. But recently,...

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