UVa Philosophy Department Colloquium Calendar 2005–2006

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Fall 2005
Date Speaker Topic Time and Location
October 7
Friday
Georges Rey
University of Maryland
Representing Nothing: Perceptual Inexistents in Cognitive Science 3:30
Minor Hall 225
October 8–9
Saturday and Sunday
Various Southeast Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy Rotunda
October 13
Thursday
Russell Hardin
NYU
The Weakness of Constitutions 3:30–5:00
Minor Hall 125
October 14
Friday
Russell Hardin
NYU
Workshop: Justice as Unintended Consequence 10:00–Noon
Cabell 226
October 21
Friday
Terence Irwin
Cornell University
Is Moral Motivation Impossible? 3:30
311 New Cabell Hall
November 2
Wednesday
Hent de Vries
The Johns Hopkins University
The Miracle of Miracles: Emmanuel Levinas on Sociality and the State, Violence, and Money 5:30
Clark Hall 107
November 11
Friday
Justin Weinberg
College of William and Mary
Agents of Distributive Justice 3:30
Cabell Hall 226
November 17
Thursday
Jeremy Waldron
Columbia University
The Principle of Proximity: An Alternative to Nationalism 3:30
Minor 125
November 18
Friday
Jeremy Waldron
Columbia University
Workshop on the jurisprudence of terrorism 10:00 a.m.
Cabell 226
November 18
Friday
James Doyle
University of Bristol
(First of three in a series on Plato’s Gorgias)
Saying and Showing: The First Eight Lines
3:30
225 Minor Hall
November 30
Wednesday
Eric Mack
Tulane University
Hayek on Justice and the Order of Actions 3:30
Cabell Hall 424
December 1
Thursday
James Doyle
University of Bristol
(Second of three in a series on Plato’s Gorgias)
Polus: Desire, Power and the Good
6:00
Cabell 521a
December 2
Friday
Kendall Walton
University of Michigan
Empathizing with People, Characters, and Music 3:30–5:00, Newcomb Hall Kaleidoscope Center
December 7
Wednesday
James Doyle
University of Bristol
(Third of three in a series on Plato’s Gorgias)
Callicles
3:30
Cabell 521a

Spring 2006
Date Speaker Topic Time and Location
February 9
Thursday
Heidi Hurd
Philosophy and Law, University of Illinois
Why Liberals Should Hate Hate Crime Legislation
(Forum for Contemporary Thought)
3:30–5:00
Small Special Collections Library Auditorium
February 10
Friday
Heidi Hurd
Philosophy and Law, University of Illinois
Promises Schmomises
(Forum for Contemporary Thought)
10:00 a.m.
Cabell 226
February 23
Thursday
Fred Miller
Bowling Green State University
Aristotelian Statecraft and Modern Politics
(PPL Program and philosophy department)
2:00–3:30
Newcomb Hall Kaleidoscope Room
February 27
Monday
Thomas Pogge
Columbia University
World Poverty: Explanations and Responsibilities
(Forum for Contemporary Thought)
3:30–5:00
Special Collections Auditorium
February 28
Tuesday
Thomas Pogge
Columbia University
Testing Our Drugs on the Poor Abroad
(Forum for Contemporary Thought)
10:00–noon
Cabell 226
March 15
Wednesday
Dan Kaufman
University of Colorado
Incorruptibility and Corporeal Substances in Descartes (department colloquia series) 3:30 p.m.
521a Cabell Hall
March 17
Friday
Mary Louise Gill
Brown University
The Problem of Aristotelian Substances
(Philosophy Club)
3:30 p.m.
Kaleidoscope Room, Newcomb Hall
April 1–2
Saturday, Sunday
Various The Atlantic Coast Pragmatist Conference
(Pragmatism Archive and the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy)
Schedule
Minor Hall 225
April 14
Friday
Alison Simmons
Harvard University
Sensations in the Malebranchean Mind
(Philosophy Club)
4:00 p.m.
Jefferson Hall (West Range, Hotel C)
Alan Ryan
Warden, New College, Oxford
TBA TBA