Past events

11
May
2021

PhilSoc: Szymon Bogacz - "Buddhist epistemology and the liar paradox"

Szymon Bogacz will present a paper titled “Buddhist epistemology and the liar paradox” at next Tuesday’s PhilSoc Seminar. More details below. You’ll find the...
07
May
2021

Claire Benn (ANU) -"Ethics Must Be Seen to Be Done: Signalling Compliance Under Interpersonal Uncertainty".

This Friday, May 7th, Claire Benn (ANU) will present on "Ethics Must Be Seen to Be Done: Signalling Compliance Under Interpersonal Uncertainty".   ...
04
May
2021

PhilSoc: Hayden Wilkinson (Grads Only)

The ANU Philosophy Society is a group of academics and graduate students in Philosophy and other disciplines, who meet regularly, giving seminars and...
23
Apr
2021

Daniel Munoz (Monash University) - The Many, the Few, and the Nature of Value

Abstract: John M. Taurek argues that, in a choice between saving the many or the few, the numbers should not count. Many of Taurek's detractors object that his...
16
Apr
2021

Colin Klein (ANU) - Are Pains Cognitively Penetrable?

Title: Are Pains Cognitively Penetrable? Abstract: Pretty much everyone who has thought about it assumes that pains are cognitively penetrable—that is, that...
13
Apr
2021

PhilSoc: Toby C.P. Solomon - "Betting on Freedom: a Defence of Libertarian Decision Theory"

Toby C.P. Solomon will present a paper titled "Betting on Freedom: a Defence of Libertarian Decision Theory” at next week’s PhilSoc Seminar. This will serve as...

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