Visiting Speakers

Igal Kvart

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

"An Externalistic Theory of Knowledge" 
Friday, Feburary 24th, 4:00 PM
Club Room, Faculty Club

Professor Barbara Herman

University of California, Los Angeles

"Contingency in Obligation"
Friday, March 31, Commerce 16 

Department Colloquia

Fridays @ 3:30 PM, in the Faculty Club 'Club Room', unless indicated otherwise

September 16 Sarrah Hoffman "Mathematics as Make-Believe" (In COMM 116)
September 30 Rhonda Anderson "Characterizing a Point of View"
October 16 Brian Zamulinski "God, Evil and the Detractors of Ignaz Semmelweis."
October 28 Sean Hubbell "Two Lives?: Human Flourishing in the Nicomachean Ethics" (in COMM 112)
Novermber 25 Dwayne Raymond "Unraveling a mystery: A 2400 year-old problem with necessity, a solution, and why it matters." (in COMM 112)
January 13 Sarrah Hoffman "You Can't Mean That (or, The Figurative Nature of Mathematics)" (in COMM 112)
January 27 Aaron Warr "Nietzsche Contra Horatio Alger"
Febuary 10 Rob Hudson "Copernicus Redux: What Motivates Astrophysicists to be Realists about Dark Matter?"
March 10 Emer O'Hagan "Kantian Vegetarianism"
March 24 Eric Dayton "Epistemic Compatibilism: Reconciling Externalism and Internalism"