Mar 11th, Anastasia Berg

This week we’re delighted to welcome Anastasia Berg (UChicago, grad student) to present her paper ‘Kant’s Moral Constitution as Aristotelian Energeia: The Deed outside Time’. The paper should be read in advance, and can be found on our download page (password: praxis).

When: Fri 11th March, 10.30am-12.20pm     Where: Social Sciences 302

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Feb 26th, Francey Russell

This week we’re delighted to welcome Francey Russell (UChicago grad student) who will be presenting her paper ‘Murkiness is the Rule: Nomy Arpaly’s Account of Self-Opaque Agency’. The paper should be read in advance, and can be found on our download page (password: praxis).

When: Fri 26th Feb, 10.30am-12.20pm  Where: Social Sciences 302

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Feb 19th, Nethanel Lipshitz

This week we’re delighted to welcome Nethanel Lipshitz (UChicago grad student) presenting his paper ‘A Defense of Basic Equality’. The paper should be read in advance and can be found on our download page (password: praxis).

When: Fri 19th Feb, 10.30am-12.20pm     Where: Social Sciences 302

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Feb 5th, Kyla Ebels-Duggan

This Friday, we’re delighted to welcome Kyla Ebels-Duggan (Northwestern) to present her paper ‘Inarticulacy and Reasonable Commitments’. The paper should be read in advance, and can be found on our download page (password: praxis).

When: Feb 5th, 10.30am-12.20pm     Where: Social Sciences 302

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Jan 29th, Helga Varden

This Friday we’re delighted to welcome Helga Varden (University of Illinois), who will be presenting her paper ‘Kant on Sex’. The paper should be read in advance, and is available on request from Claire Kirwin (ckirwin at uchicago dot edu).

When: 10.30am-12.20pm, Jan 29th       Where: Social Sciences 302

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Jan 8th, Derrick Darby

This Friday, we’re delighted to welcome Derrick Darby (UMichigan) presenting his paper ‘The Fair Value of Voting Rights’. The paper should be read in advance, and is available on request from Claire Kirwin (ckirwin at uchicago dot edu).

When: Jan 8th, 10.30am-12.20pm           Where: Social Sciences 302

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Nov 20th, Alexander Prescott-Couch

This Friday, we’re delighted to welcome Law and Philosophy Fellow Alexander Prescott-Couch, who will be presenting his paper ‘Hermeneutic Injustice as Unequal Hermeneutic Concern’. The paper should be read in advance, and can be found on our download page (password: praxis).

When: Nov 20th, 10.30am-12.20pm     Where: Social Science Research Building, rm 401

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Nov 13th, Daniel Telech

After a couple of recent cancellations we are back on schedule – this Friday we have Daniel Telech presenting his paper ‘Generously Guilty’. Dan’s paper is now available on our download page (password: praxis)

When: Nov 13th, 10.30am-12.20pm    Where: Social Science Research Building, rm 401

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Oct 9th, Jessica Tizzard

This Friday, we’re delighted to welcome Jessica Tizzard to present her paper ‘The possibility of Kantian Frailty’. The paper should be read in advance, and can be accessed from our download page (password: praxis).

When: Oct 9th, 10.30am-12.20pm      Where: Social Science Research Building, rm 401

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2015-16 Schedule now up!

Here. Further details for these talks will appear in due course.

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