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Philosophy Department

Talks Schedule
2008-2009 
 


Fred Dretske
Duke University
September 11, 4:30pm
Tribble Hall B316
Supported by the Thomas Jack Lynch Funds


“What We See: The Texture of Conscious Experience”

John Doris
Washington University in St. Louis/National Humanities Center
November 4, 4:30pm
Tribble Hall B316
Supported by the Thomas Jack Lynch Funds


A Natural History of the Self

Michael DePaul
University of Notre Dame
November 13, 4:30pm
Tribble Hall B316
Supported by the Thomas Jack Lynch Funds


Voles, Vampire Bats and Character Traits

Nathanael Stein
Oxford University
February 2, 4:30pm
Tribble Hall B316
Supported by the Thomas Jack Lynch Funds


Aristotle’s Causal Pluralism

Jacob Klein
Cornell University
February 4, 5pm
Tribble Hall B316


Of Archery and Virtue: How the Stoics Became Aristotelians

Joseph Karbowski
University of California, Berkeley
February 9, 5pm
Tribble Hall B316


Reputable Beliefs (Endoxa) in the Nicomachean Ethics

Emily Austin
Washington University - St. Louis
February 16, 4:30pm
Tribble Hall B316


Epicurus and the Politics
of Fearing Death

North Carolina Philosophical Society
Wake Forest University
February 27, 28

Meeting Information

Thomas Christiano
University of Arizona
March 19, 4:30pm
Tribble Hall B316
Supported by the Lynch fund

Towards a Conception of Democratic Fairness in International Negotiation

Paul Studtmann
Davidson College
March 31, 4:30pm
Tribble Hall B316
Supported by the Lynch fund

Empiricism and the Problem of Metaphysics

Linda Zagzebski
University of Oklahoma
Carswell Endowed Lecture
April 16, 4:30pm
Tribble Hall B316
Supported by the Carswell fund

Epistemic Self-Trust and Belief in God


Some previous talks: 2007-2008, 2006-2007, 2005-2006, 2004-2005, 2003-2004
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Wake Forest
WFU Philosophy Department , P.O.Box 7332, Winston-Salem, NC 27109
Phone: 336-758-5359, Fax:336-758-7183, Email: simmonde@wfu.edu