2020-2021 Schedule

Autumn Quarter

October 9, 2020: Jack Spencer (MIT), “Relativity in a Fundamentally Absolute World”

October 23, 2020: Claudia Hogg-Blake (Chicago), “Love and Relationships”

November 6, 2020: Matthew Boyle (Chicago), “Where Am I? Responding to the Anti-Egoist Challenge”

November 13, 2020: Ryan Simonelli (Chicago), “Sellars’s Ontological Nominalism”

Winter Quarter 

January 15, 2021: Sam Segal (Chicago), “Is Testimony Evidence?”

January 29, 2021: Daniel Moerner (Chicago), “Objective and Formal Reality: Do Spinoza’s Ideas Have a ‘Double Esse‘?”

February 12, 2021: Anubav Vasudevan (Chicago), “The Logical Foundations of Leibniz’s Metaphysics”

February 19, 2021: Ermioni Prokopaki (Chicago), “The Self-Refutation of Protagoras in the Theaetetus

February 26, 2021: Antonia Peacocke (Stanford), “Knowing What You’re Doing”

March 12, 2021: Guillermo del Pinal (UIUC), “The Logicality of Language: Contextualism vs. Semantic Minimalism”

For past schedules, please visit the Archive.