Archive

Winter 2019

Friday, January 11th: Kevin Davey (University of Chicago)
“On Euclid and the Genealogy of Proof”
The paper should be read in advance and can be found here.
Time: 10:30 am-12:30 pm; Location: Wieboldt 408

 

Friday, January 25th: Grace Helton (Princeton University)
“Skepticism and Solipsism”
The paper should be read in advance and can be found here.
Time: 10:30 am-12:30 pm; Location: Wieboldt 408

 

Friday, February 8th: Ryan Simonelli (University of Chicago)
“Discursive Role Semantics”
The paper should be read in advance and can be found here.
Time: 10:30 am-12:30 pm; Location: Wieboldt 408

 

Friday, February 22nd: Jessica Wilson (University of Toronto)
“Primitivist Fundamentality”
The paper should be read in advance and can be found here.
Time: 10:30 am-12:30 pm; Location: Wieboldt 408

 

Wednesday, March 6th: Biying Ling (University of Chicago)
“What’s a Quantity in 1887? Helmholtz on Counting and Measuring”
The paper should be read in advance and can be found here.
Time: 4:30-6:30 pm; Location: Stuart 209
*Please note the unusual date, time, and location*

 

Fall 2018

Friday, October 12th: Katie Howe (University of Chicago)
“Thinking Parts or Thinking Animals?”
The paper should be read in advance and can be found here.
Time: 9:30-11:20; Location: G-B 321
*Note the unusual time*

 

Friday, October 26th: Anubav Vasudevan (University of Chicago)
“Chance and Inadmissible Information”
There is no advance reading for this session.
Time: 9:30-11:20; Location: G-B 321
*Note the unusual time*

 

Tuesday, October 30th: Devin Yagel Gouvêa (University of Chicago)
“Reframing the Problem of Biological Homology”
Time: 5:00-5:50 pm; Location: Cobb 402
*Note the unusual date, time, and location*

 

Thursday, November 15th: Josh Mendelsohn (University of Chicago)
“An Aristotelian Reply to the Inductive Skeptic”
The paper should be read in advance and can be found here.
Time: 5:00-7:00; Location: Rosenwald 215
*Please note the unusual date, time, and location*

 

Friday, November 30th: Josh Eisenthal (University of Pittsburgh)
“Hertz’s Dynamical Models in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus
The paper should be read in advance and can be found on the GPW site here.
Time: 3:00-5:20; Location: Wieboldt 408
*Event co-sponsored with the German Philosophy Workshop. Note the unusual time and location.*