The Practical Philosophy Workshop meets Monday evenings. Unless otherwise noted, the workshop meets fromĀ 6:00-8:00 in the Cobb Hall, Room 202.

Winter 2023:

January 23: Kieran Setiya (MIT), Title TBD.

February 6: Amy Levine (University of Chicago), “Accountability Beyond Autonomy”

February 20: Paskalina Bourbon (University of Chicago), “The Analogy between Inference and Action: An Inquiry”

February 27: Kate Petroff (University of Chicago), Title TBD


Autumn 2022:

October 24: Dan Zahavi (University of Copenhagen), “Observation, Interaction, Communication: The Role of the Second Person.”

November 14: Greg Brown (University of Chicago), “Human Nature and Reasons for Action.”

November 28: Sam Segal (University of Chicago), “The Priority Problem in Joint Practical Deliberation.”

December 2 (Friday): Jed Lewinsohn (University of Pittsburgh), “The ‘Natural Unintelligibility’ of Normative Powers.” (Joint session with the German Philosophy Workshop – Weibolt 408).

December 5 – Regina Rini (York University), “From Descartes to QAnon: The perils of denying epistemic dependence”


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