October 21: Joseph Carens (University of Toronto) “Irregular Migrants, Refugees and Open Borders. Three Issues in the Ethics of Immigration”
November 25: Christoph Schuringa (New College of the Humanities, London) “Animal Phronesis”
The Cdn. Colloquium for Ancient Philosophy brings together Cdn. & Int’l scholars working on various topics in ancient Greek & Roman philosophy at the 3rd biannual Colloquium. Keynotes: Charlotte Witt (U New Hampshire) & Stephen Menn (McGill).
October 7: Stefan Sciaraffa (McMaster University) “The Referent of ‘Law’”
September 30: Donald C. Ainslie (University of Toronto) “Hume and the Sceptical Malady”
September 23: Phillip Ricks (University of Iowa) “How Was the Tractatus Meant to Be Read?”
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“Corroborative evidence” Abstract: Corroborative evidence has two probative effects: a primary effect by which it offers direct evidence for some claim, and a secondary effect by which it bolsters the probative value of some other piece of evidence.
“Belief and Meaning in Constitutional Interpretation” 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm *UH 316* Please email our series coordinator, email@example.com if you would like to read the paper before the talk.
“Mathematical Pluralism, Disagreement and Translation” Abstract: It’s fairly easy to find philosophers and mathematicians (especially mathematicians) who are “of course” pluralists, i.e., who will say “Of course mathematical pluralism is true”.