Archive 2012-2013

Schedule 2012-2013



Oct 12
David Finkelstein (University of Chicago)
“Consciousness extended backwards”

Oct 26
Andy Werner (University of Chicago, graduate student)
“Hegel’s idea of truth”

Nov 9
Tom Ricketts (University of Pittsburgh)
“Analysis, simplicity, and independence in the Tractatus”

Dec 14
Joshua Schwartz (University of Chicago, graduate student)
“Quine and the Problem of Truth”



Jan 18
Sandra Lapointe (McMaster University)
“Bolzano, Quine and Logical Truth”
(Joint meeting with the German Philosophy Workshop)

Feb 1
Patricia Blanchette (Notre Dame)
“Conceptual analysis and logic in Frege”

Feb 8
Clinton Tolley (University of California, San Diego)
Title TBD
(Joint meeting with the German Philosophy Workshop)

Feb 15
Francey Russell (University of Chicago, graduate student)
“I want to know more about you: knowing and acknowledging in Chinatown

March 1
William Taschek (The Ohio State University)
“On the Tractarian Critique of Frege’s use of ‘⊢'”

March 15
Peter Hylton (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Problems of Philosophy as a stage in the evolution of Russell’s views on knowledge”



Apr 11 (Thursday), 4:30–6:30pm
Roger Eichorn (University of Chicago, graduate student)
“The entwinement of skepticism and philosophy”

Apr 26, 3:30–5:30pm
Michael Williams (John Hopkins University)
“A pragmatic approach to knowledge”

May 3
Silver Bronzo (University of Chicago, graduate student)
“Symbols, signs, and figures in Frege and Wittgenstein”

May 24
Amos Browne (University of Chicago, graduate student)
“Rationality, Intelligibility, and Explanation: Davidson and Wittgenstein”

May 31
Marko Malink (University of Chicago)
“Bolzano’s reception of Aristotle’s logic”
(Joint meeting with the German Philosophy Workshop)

June 7
Matt Teichman (University of Chicago, graduate student)
“Which movie genre are you?”