Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Emory Lectures and Colloquia

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1/25/07 "Nietzsche and Dennett in Dialogue: The Price of Metaphilosophical Fame." Rebecca Bamford , Post Doctoral Fellow, Center for Humanistic Inquiry, Emory University. 205 White Hall, 4:15 p.m.
2/15/07

"The Disappearance of the Empirical: Reflection on Explanation in Culture Studies and History " Paul A. Roth, Professor of Philosophy, University of California-Santa Cruz. 110 White Hall, 4:15pm.

3/8/07

"What Philosophers Know: Argument, Intuition, and Truth in Analytic Philosophy," Gary Gutting, Professor of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame. 205 White Hall, 4:15pm.

3/29/07

"Neither Will nor Free? Motivational Forces in Plato's Psychology," Dorothea Frede, Professor of Philosophy, University of California-Berkeley. 205 White Hall, 4:15pm. Under the auspices of the Emory Institute for the History of Philosophy.

4/12/07

"What is the History of Philosophy? Moneta of Cremona, Maimonides, and Thomas Aquinas on the Eternity of the World," John Inglis, Professor of Philosophy, University of Dayton. 205 White Hall, 4:15pm. Annual Aquinas Lecture, co-sponsored by the Aquinas Center of Theology. Under the auspices of the Emory Institute for the History of Philosophy.

4/19/07

"Union With the First Principle in Plotinus," Luc Brisson, Directeur de recherche, CNRS-Paris. 205 White Hall, 4:15pm. Under the auspices of the Emory Institute for the History of Philosophy.

For more information, please contact Dr. David Carr, (404) 727-4108 or dcarr@emory.edu

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