CATEGORIES: Colloquia

Sandy Goldberg

The 2015-16 Philosopher in Residence is Sandy Goldberg (Northwestern University) October 8, 2015: “The Asymmetry Thesis and the Doctrine of Normative Defeat” October 9, 2015: ““When Asserting That p Improves the Speaker’s Epistemic Position (and How That Possibility Might Be a Bad Thing)”

CATEGORIES: Colloquia

Ethics of Debt

This conference will create a unique forum for discussing the ethics of debt by bringing together scholars from across the disciplines.
September 25-26, 2015.

CATEGORIES: Colloquia

Karl Schafer

The 2014-15 Philosopher in Residence is Karl Schafer (University of Pittsburgh) April 16, 2015: “Evolutionary Debunking, Explanatory Structure, and the Appeal of Anti-Realism” April 17, 2015: “Realism and Constructivism in Kantian Metaethics”

CATEGORIES: Colloquia

Iowa Philosophical Society

Iowa Philosophical Society Conference, hosted by Iowa State University November 15, 2014 Keynote speaker: Roy Sorensen (Washington University in St. Louis), “Other-centric Reasoning”

CATEGORIES: Colloquia

Jessica Wilson

Jessica Wilson (University of Toronto) November 7, 2014: “Are There Indeterminate States of Affairs?”

CATEGORIES: Colloquia

James Broucek

James Broucek (Iowa State University) October 23, 2014: “Thinking About Religion Before ‘Religion’”

CATEGORIES: Colloquia

Robert Cargill

Robert Cargill (University of Iowa) October 21, 2014: “Archaeology and the Digital Humanities: Recent Advances and the Future of the Field”

CATEGORIES: Colloquia

Emily Kelahan

Emily Kelahan (Illinois Wesleyan) October 3, 2014: “Another Look at Hume’s Natural History of Religion“

CATEGORIES: Colloquia

Mark van Roojen

Mark van Roojen (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) March 7, 2014: “Moral Intuitionism, Experiments and Skeptical Arguments”