Philsoc seminars

Contacts

James Edgar Lim
Philsoc seminars

The ANU Philosophy Society is a group of academics and graduate students in Philosophy and other disciplines, who meet regularly, giving seminars and discussing them.

All philosophy events at ANU, including Philsoc talks, are announced on the philsoc mailing list. Subscribe to the philsoc mailing list.

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You can submit a paper by emailing the Philsoc convenor, currently James Edgar Lim (jamesedgarlim@gmail.com)

Upcoming events

Bryce Huebner: Philsoc Seminar

3.30–5.30pm 25 Jun 2019

Abstract forthcoming.

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Cailin O'Connor: Philsoc Seminar

3.30–5.30pm 2 Jul 2019

Abstract forthcoming.

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Kate Vredenburgh: Philsoc Seminar

3.30–5.30pm 16 Jul 2019

Abstract forthcoming.

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Anandi Hattiangadi: Philsoc Seminar

3.30–5.30pm 23 Jul 2019

Abstract forthcoming.

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Erick Llamas (Presubmission): Philsoc Seminar

3.30–5.30pm 30 Jul 2019

Abstract forthcoming.

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Patrick Forber: Philsoc Seminar

3.30–5.30pm 6 Aug 2019

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Marta Halina: Philsoc Seminar

3.30–5.30pm 13 Aug 2019

Abstract forthcoming.

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Past events

Nomy Arpaly: Philsoc Seminar - Deliberation and Fetish

18 Jun 2019

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...

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

11 Jun 2019

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...

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

4 Jun 2019

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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Chris Mole (University of British Columbia). 'Aristotelian Metaphysics and the Computational Mind

28 May 2019

Philosophers have tended to suppose that a computational theory of the mind would need to be a version of functionalism, and so that it would treat mental...

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Stephen Mann: 'We should get rid of the distinction between Shannon information and semantic information' (Pre-submission)

21 May 2019

Biologists use the word "information" a lot. In particular, they use it to describe communication, whether between animals, plants, cells or microbes....

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Brenna Barker-Lamb & Oliver Rawle (TPRs): Philsoc seminar

14 May 2019

Brenna Barker-Lamb (3.30-4.30pm): Corrective Justice for Climate Refugees Climate change could force over 140 million people to migrate by 2050. These ‘...

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Zina Ward: 'Rational Analysis and Human Variation'

7 May 2019

Rational Analysis and Human Variation Rational analysis is a research program in psychology that tries to understand the mind by identifying the problems it...

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