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Past Colloquia

2005-2006

September 30
2005

"The Illusion of Freedom Evolves: How Darwinism Supports an Error Theory of Free Will and Moral Responsibility"

Tamler Sommers

Department of Philosophy, University of Minnesota-Morris

October 6

"How Strong is the Case for Social Relativism in Science?"

Marcel Weber

Science Studies Program, 

University of Basel

October 14

"What Can the Mind Tell Us About the Brain?"

Gary Hatfield

Department of Philosophy, 
University of Pennsylvania

October 21

"The Methodology and Epistemology of Historical Science"

Carol Cleland
Department of Philosophy, University of Colorado, Boulder

November 18

"The Changing Roles of Heisneberg's Microscope Experiment"

Melanie Frappier 
Department of Philosophy, 

Mankato State University

December 9

"Causal Compatibilism and the Phenomenology of Agency"

Terry Horgan

Department of Philosophy, University of Arizona

February 10
2006

"The Entangled World: Does Information Solve the Puzzle?"

Jeffrey Bub

Department of Philosophy, 
University of Maryland, College Park

March 3

"Shaping the Case: Rhetorical Schemes in Scientific Argument"

Jeanne Fahnestock
Department of English,
University of Maryland, College Park

March 23 (THURSDAY)

"Ethics and Animals"

Peter Singer
Center for Human Values,
Princeton University

March 31

"The Speculum of Ignorance: The Women's Health Movement and Epistemologies of Ignorance"

Nancy Tuana 

Department of Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University

April 21

"The Fate of Paraparticles"

Hans P. Halvorson
Department of Philosophy, Princeton University

April 28

"Turning Point:Quine's Indeterminancy of Translation at Middle Age"

Richard Creath 
Department of Philosophy, Arizona State University

 

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