Fall 2017 Colloquium Schedule

Fall 2017 Colloquium Schedule

Each colloquium will be held on Wednesday at 4:15 P.M. in GC rooms 9204/9205 (except as otherwise noted).

September 6th • Jonathan Adler Memorial Lecture
Catherine Elgin (Harvard)
“Epistemic Normativity”

September 13th
Rohit Parikh (CUNY Brooklyn College | Graduate Center)
“Understanding the Umwelt

September 20th: No Colloquium (No classes scheduled)

September 27th
Jessica Moss (NYU)
“Is Plato’s Epistemology about Knowledge?”

October 4th
Gary Ostertag (CUNY Graduate Center)
“Thriving on a Riff: The Ontology of Jazz Performance”

October 11th
Boudewijn de Bruin (University of Groningen)
“Knowing and Acknowledging Freedom”

October 18th
Grace Helton (Princeton)
“Skepticism and Solipsism”

October 25th
Kate Manne (Cornell)
“Disabusing Her: How Misogyny Turns on Gaslighting”

November 1st
Don Garrett (NYU)
“The Correction of Doubts: Humean Skepticism and Humean Dogmatism”

November 8th
Marcello DiBello (CUNY Lehman College)
“Rethinking the Prosecutor’s Fallacy”

November 15th
Chad Kidd (CUNY City College)
“Transparency and Cognitive Phenomenology”

November 22nd: No Colloquium (Thanksgiving)

November 29th
Joshua Knobe (Yale)
“The Essence of Psychological Essentialism”

December 6th • Alumni Day Lecture
Carrie Figdor (University of Iowa)
“The Proper Domain of Psychological Predicates”

Download an interactive PDF version of the schedule here.