Philosophy

Philosophy Department Events, 2005-2006

Kieran Setiya (Professor of Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh): "Cognitivism about Instrumental Reason," 10/13/05 (part of the Moral Psychology Lecture Series; funded by the Forry and Micken Fund in Philosophy and Science).


Niko Kolodny (Professor of Philosophy, University of California/Berkeley): "Why Be Rational?," 11/3/05 (part of the Moral Psychology Lecture Series; funded by the Forry and Micken Fund in Philosophy and Science). [Photographs]


Michael Tooley (University of Colorado/Boulder) and Peter van Inwagen (Notre Dame): "Should We Believe in God?," 3/3/06 (funded by the Willis D. Wood Fund and the Joseph Epstein Lecture Fund in Philosophy; organized in conjunction with the Department of Religion). [Photographs]


J. David Velleman (New York University): "So It Goes," 3/9/06 (the inaugural lecture of The Amherst Lecture in Philosophy; funded by the Forry and Micken Fund in Philosophy and Science). [Photographs]


Alan Soble (University of New Orleans): "We All Know What Sex Is," 3/31/06 (funded by the Joseph Epstein Lecture Fund). [Photographs]


Jennifer Hornsby (School of Philosophy, Birkbeck, University of London): "Knowing How To and Knowing Why To," 4/13/06 (final lecture of the Moral Psychology Lecture Series; funded by the Forry and Micken Fund in Philosophy and Science). [Photographs]