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20
Jun
‘16

Philosoc Thursday Seminar - Presented by Melissa Fusco from the Univesity of California Berkeley

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...

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14
Jun
‘16

Philsoc Seminar - Daniel Nolan (ANU): Naturalised Modal Epistemology

Philsoc Seminar Date and time: Tues, 14/06/2016 - 16:00 - 18:00 Location: Coombs Seminar Room A Daniel Nolan (ANU): Naturalised Modal Epistemology: The metaphysics of necessity and possibility has flourished in the last half-century, but much...

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14
Jun
‘16

CMSPT Seminars - Why Should Welfare 'Fit'?

CMSPT Seminar: Dale Dorsey (University of Kansas) Monday 20/06/2016, Seminar Room A, 1230-1400 Presentations by ANU and visiting philosophers working on moral, social and political theory. Why Should Welfare 'Fit'? One important...

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07
Jun
‘16

Lachlan Walmsley Short-Listed for the AAP Postgraduate Presentation Prize

ANU Sschool of History Graduate Student Lachlan Walmsley's paper; Please Explain – Radical Enactivism’s Explanatory Debt, has been short-listed for the Australia Association of Philosophy's Postgraduate Presentation Prize. From...

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03
Jun
‘16

Australasian Postgraduate Philosophy Conference 2016

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27
May
‘16

Chad Lee-Stronach Awarded a Vice-Chancellor's 2016 Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating

Congratulations to Chad Lee-Stronach for his selection as a recipient of a Vice-Chancellor’s 2016 Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating. The Award, which includes a sum of $1,000, will be presented at the Conferring of Degrees...

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14
Oct
‘15

ANU Student named overall winner in Philosophy category of global Undergraduate Awards

Congratulations to Philosophy Student Weng Kin San on being named overall winner in the Philosophy and Theology category of the Undergraduate Awards. Weng's paper was on "Public Reason, Coercion and Harm" and was supervised by...

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20
Feb
‘15

Congratulations to Daniel Nolan

Professor Daniel Nolan has been awarded a National Humanities Center Fellowship for the American Academic year 2015-2016. These are very competitive and prestigious fellowships; a real credit to the quality of Professor Nolan's research. The...

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19
Nov
‘14

John Cusbert wins J.G.Crawford Prize

Congratulations to John Cusbert for being awarded the J.G. Crawford prize for 2013. “Those graduate students most deserving of recognition for the quality of their graduate work are selected on the basis of academic excellence by a committee...

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13
Nov
‘14

David Chalmers inspires the title of new Tom Stoppard play 'The Hard Problem'

Tom Stoppard: The Hard Problem One of the most celebrated British playwrights, Tom Stoppard delivers a play every four or five years: he chooses a subject matter, usually abstract, heavily researches it and then works out its dramatic...

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