UVa Philosophy Department Colloquium Calendar 2012–2013

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Fall 2012
Date Speaker Topic Time and Location
September 14
Friday
Colin Bird
University of Virginia (Politics)
Coercion and Public Justification 4:00
115 Cocke Hall
September 21
Friday
John Tomasi
Brown University
Roundtable on Free Market Fairness
PPL Colloquium Series
2:30
296 Gibson Hall
October 3
Wednesday
John Simmons
University of Virginia
Territorial Rights: Justificatory Strategies 3:30
114 Cocke Hall
October 5
Friday
Michael Kates
University of Virginia
Unreasonable Citizens and the Limits of Containment
PPL Colloquium Series
2:00
296 Gibson Hall
October 19
Friday
Walter Ott
Virginia Tech
Malebranche and the Riddle of Sensation 4:00
114 Cocke Hall
October 26
Friday
Sigal Ben-Porath
University of Pennsylvania
Deferring Virtue: Contemporary Thoughts about the Civic Role of Schools
PPL Colloquium Series
2:00
296 Gibson Hall
October 26
Friday
Michael Thompson
University of Pittsburgh
You & I: Some Puzzles About "Mutual Recognition" 4:00
114 Cocke Hall
November 9
Friday
Neera Badhwar
George Mason University
Well-Being and Virtue 4:00
114 Cocke Hall
November 16
Friday
Kok-chor Tan
University of Pennsylvania
Injustice and Personal Pursuits
PPL Colloquium Series
2:00
296 Gibson Hall
November 28
Wednesday
David Manley
University of Michigan
Self-location, Existence, and Evidential Uniqueness 3:30
114 Cocke Hall
November 30
Friday
Erik Angner
George Mason University
Subjective Well-Being: When and Why it Matters 4:00
114 Cocke Hall

Spring 2013
Date Speaker Topic Time and Location
January 17
Thursday
Eleonore Stump
Saint Louis University
The Problem of Suffering: A Thomistic Defense
co-sponsored by The St. Anselm Institute for Catholic Thought
5:30
Minor Hall Auditorium
February 1
Friday
Harold Langsam
University of Virginia
The Intuitive Case for Naive Realism 4:00
114 Cocke Hall
February 7
Thursday
Eyal Chowers
Tel Aviv University
Farewell to the Two State Solution: Zionist re-enchantment of the land and its lasting implications
PPL Colloquium Series
2:00
296 Gibson Hall
February 15
Friday
Neil Sinhababu
National University of Singapore
Virtue and Desire 4:00
114 Cocke Hall
February 22
Friday
Margaret Moore
Queens University
Popular Sovereignty, Territory and the Democratic Ideal
PPL Colloquium Series
2:00
296 Gibson Hall
February 22
Friday
Michael Detlefsen
University of Notre Dame
Mathematical Freedom and Consistency 4:00
114 Cocke Hall
March 22
Friday
Timothy Williamson
University of Oxford
Gettier Cases in Epistemic Logic 4:00
114 Cocke Hall
March 27
Wednesday
Bryan Hall
Indiana University Southeast
Identifying the Gap in Kant's Critical Philosophy 4:00
114 Cocke Hall
April 5
Friday
J. Donald Moon
Wesleyan University
Political Liberalism Three Decades On
PPL Colloquium Series (co-sponsored by Political Theory Colloquium)
2:00
296 Gibson Hall
April 5
Friday
Alan Code
Stanford University
Aristotle on Stating Causes of Eclipses and Sleep 4:00
101 Nau Hall
April 12-13
Friday - Saturday
Annual PPL Conference Realism and Utopianism in Modern Economics 114 Cocke Hall
April 19
Friday
Pamela Hieronymi
UCLA
The Intuitive Problem of Free Will and Moral Responsibility 4:00
114 Cocke Hall
May 14
Tuesday
D. H. Mellor
Cambridge
Nature's Joints: A Realistic Defence of Natural Properties 4:00
114 Cocke Hall