Oxford Philosopher to Discuss the Ethics of Climate Change at Amherst College April 10
Submitted on Friday, 3/29/2013, at 4:08 PM
March 29, 2013
AMHERST, Mass. — On Wednesday, April 10, at 4:30 p.m. in Pruyne Lecture Hall of Amherst College’s Fayerweather Hall, John Broome, White’s Professor or Moral Philosophy at Oxford University’s Corpus Christi College, will give a lecture titled “The Public and Private Ethics of Climate Change.”
George Mason Philosopher Mark Sagoff to Discuss “What Does Environmental Protection Protect?” at Amherst College Nov. 8
Submitted on Wednesday, 10/17/2012, at 1:18 PM
October 17, 2012
AMHERST, Mass. — On Thursday, Nov. 8, at 4:30 p.m. in the Paino Lecture Hall of Amherst College’s Beneski Museum of Natural History building, Mark Sagoff, professor of philosophy at George Mason University and director of the Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, will give a lecture titled “What Does Environmental Protection Protect?” The lecture, which is free and open to the public, is the first in the 2012-2103 Forry and Micken Lecture Series on “Climate, Nature and the Frontiers of Ethics.” It was organized by the Amherst College Department of Philosophy and funded by the Forry and Micken Fund in Philosophy and Science.
NYU Professor David Chalmers to Discuss “An Argument for Panpsychism” at Amherst College Oct. 23
Submitted on Thursday, 10/18/2012, at 3:48 PM
October 17, 2012
AMHERST, Mass. — On Tuesday, Oct. 23, at 4:30 p.m. in the Pruyne Lecture Hall of Amherst College’s Fayerweather Hall, David Chalmers, visiting professor of philosophy at New York University, will present the eighth annual Amherst Lecture in Philosophy. Both his talk, titled “An Argument for Panpsychism,” and a reception following it are free and open to the public.