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Colloquium

Unless otherwise noted:
Location: Furman Hall 209
Start time: 3:15 PM (Central)
Receptions to follow.

The Colloquium Series is made possible by the generous support of the McVean and Berry Funds.

Spring 2020

February 21: Diana Heney (Vanderbilt University), TBA

March 20: Joel Reynolds (University of Massachusetts Lowell), "The Hard Problem of Disability: On Pain"

April 3:  Katharina Stephens (University of Lethbridge), TBA

April 17: The  Berry Lecture in Public Philosophy, TBA

Fall 2019

September 6: Ronald Sundstrom (University of San Francisco), "The Concept and Harms of Gentrification"

September 13: Paul Taylor (Vanderbilt University), "On the Very Idea of a Philosophical Practice: Preface to a Prophetic Aesthetic"

September 27: Matthew Congdon (Vanderbilt University), "Moral Address: A Wittgensteinian Account"

October 4: Shaun Gallagher (University of Memphis), "Why a Zero-Point in First-person Perspective Doesn't Add Up"

November 15:  Christiana Olfert (Tufts University), "Does Knowledge Rule Out False Belief? A Platonic Answer"

Previous Colloquium Events

View Vanderbilt philosophy department colloquium events from previous academic years here