February 1st: Aaron Graham

Please join us on Wednesday, February 1st as Aaron Graham (University of Chicago) gives a mock job talk titled “A New Response to Ronald Dworkin’s Objection from Theoretical Disagreement.”

This meeting will take place on Zoom from 2:00-4:00. Please use the following link to join: https://uchicago.zoom.us/j/94655728162?pwd=akt4WktHV0lYTmxVSnNKS3R2TzdJQT09

We hope to see you there!

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January 23: Kieran Setiya

Please join us for the first winter meeting of the Practical Philosophy Workshop on Monday, January 23rd!

Visiting scholar Kieran Setiya (MIT) will present his paper Human Nature, History, and the Limits of Critique.” This is a read-ahead workshop! You can find Professor Setiya’s paper on our website under “downloads.”

As usual, we will meet from 6:00-8:00 in Cobb Hall, Room 202. A meal will be provided immediately following the workshop.

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December 5th: Regina Rini

Please join us for the Practical Philosophy Workshop on Monday, December 5th.

Regina Rini (York University) will be presenting a paper titled: From Descartes to QAnon: The Costs of Thinking for Yourself.”

We will meet from 6:00-8:00 in Cobb Hall, Room 202. The workshop is read-ahead, and the paper can be found under the “downloads” section on our website. A meal will be provided.

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November 28: Sam Segal

Please join us for the Practical Philosophy Workshop on Monday, November 28th.

Sam Segal (University of Chicago) will be presenting a paper titled: The Priority Problem in Joint Practical Deliberation.”

We will meet from 6:00-8:00 in Cobb Hall, Room 202. The workshop is read-ahead, and the paper can be found under the “downloads” section on our website.

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November 14: Greg Brown

Please join us for the Practical Philosophy Workshop on Monday, November 14th.

Greg Brown (University of Chicago) will be presenting a paper titled: Human Nature and Reasons for Action.”

We will meet from 6:00-8:00 in Cobb Hall, Room 202. The workshop is read-ahead, and the paper can be found under the “downloads” section on our website.

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October 24: Dan Zahavi

Please join us for a joint meeting of the Practical Philosophy Workshop and the German Philosophy Workshop on Monday, October 24th.

Dan Zahavi (University of Copenhagen) will be presenting a paper titled: Observation, Interaction Communication: The Role of the Second Person.”

We will meet from 6:00-8:00 in Cobb Hall, Room 202. The workshop is NOT read-ahead. A meal will be provided following the talk.

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POSTPONED UNTIL DECEMBER 5TH – October 17th: Regina Rini

Please join us for the Practical Philosophy Workshop on Monday, October 17th.

Reginia Rini (York University) will be presenting a paper, Title TBD.

We will meet from 6:00-8:00 in Cobb Hall, Room 202. The workshop is read-ahead. The paper will be available shortly under “downloads.”

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May 30: Laurenz Ramsauer

Please join us for our final meeting of the Practical Philosophy Workshop for the 2021-2022 school year on Monday, May 30th.

Laurenz Ramsauer (University of Chicago) will be presenting his paper Reflection in Moral Knowledge.

As usual, we will meet from 10:30-12:20 in the Social Sciences Research Building Room 401.  The workshop is read-ahead. The paper is available under ‘downloads’.

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May 23: David Haunschmid

Please join us for the Practical Philosophy workshop on Monday, May 23rd.

David Haunschmid (University of Chicago) will be presenting his paper On the Paradox of the Law.

We will meet from 10:30-12:20 in the Social Sciences Research Building Room 401.  The workshop is read-ahead. The paper is available under ‘downloads’.

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May 16: Chike Jeffers

Please join us at the Practical Philosophy workshop on Monday, May 16th.

Chike Jeffers (Dalhousie University) will be presenting his paper Du Bois’ Darkwater and the Power of Religious Language and Imagery.

We will meet from 10:30-12:20 in the Social Sciences Research Building Room 401.  The workshop is read-ahead. The paper is available under ‘downloads’.

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