Colloquia

May 15, 2015 Lara Buchak, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley
Risk and Rationality
May 8, 2015 Martin Thompson-Jones, Professor of Philosophy, Oberlin College
Research on Scientific Representation
May 1, 2015 Roy Cook, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Minnesota
Abstraction Principles and Sameness of Structure
April 17, 2015 Carole Lee, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Washington
Commensuration Bias in Peer Review
April 3, 2015 Juha Saatsi (Leeds), Visiting Professor, University of California, San Diego
Truth, Progress, and Realism in Science
March 13, 2015 Laura Ruetsche, Professor of Philosophy, University of Michigan
The Future of Idealizations in Fundamental Physics
January 23, 2015 Eric Watkins, Professor of Philosophy, University of California, San Diego
Kant on Laws
January 9, 2015 Lisa Downing, Professor of Philosophy, The Ohio State University
Qualities, Powers, and Bare Powers in Locke
December 5, 2014 Peter Godfrey-Smith, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, City University New York (CUNY)
Signaling and Evolution
November 21, 2014 Grant Ramsey, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Notre Dame University
The Causal Structure of Evolutionary Theory
October 31, 2014 Robert Trueman, Postdoc, Stirling University
The Collapse of a Nominalist/Realist Distinction
October 24, 2014 Paolo Mancosu, Professor of Philosophy, UC Berkeley
In Good Company? On Hume’s Principle and the Assignment of Numbers to Infinite Concepts
October 17, 2014 Paul Portner, Professor of Linguistics, Georgetown University
Imperatives and Extreme Modality
October 10, 2014 Richard Healey, Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona
How to Use Quantum Mechanics Locally to Explain Non-localized Correlations
May 30, 2014 Stephen Downes, Professor of Philosophy, University of Utah
Hormones, Explanation and Evolution
May 8, 2014 Noel Swanson, Philosophy Department, Princeton University
Noether's Theorems in AQFT
May 6, 2014 Giovanni Valente, University of Pittsburgh
Relativistic Causality and Local Disentanglement in Quantum Field Theory
May 2, 2014 Susanna Rinard, Department of Philosophy, University of Missouri- Kansas City
Imprecise Probability and Higher Order Vagueness
April 29, 2014 John Manchak, Department of Philosophy, University of Washington
Time (Hole?) Machines
April 25, 2014 Richard Pettigrew, University of Bristol
Conditionalization: What Is It and Why Should We Do It?

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