This Week's Colloquium
Date: January 30, 2015
Presenter: Katharine Browne, Novel Tech Ethics, Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie University
Title: "Reason and Pareto-Optimization: David Gauthier Updated"
Our Friday Colloquium is an eagerly anticipated forum where faculty, students, and those interest, present ideas and engage in lively philosophical exchange. All interested are most welcome!
Science and Technology Studies /History and Philosophy of Science, Technology, Medicine.
Application Deadline: March 2, 2015
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Dr. Susan Dieleman was awarded the Non-tenured Professor, Lecturer, Sessional Essagy Prize at the 2014 meeting of the Canadian Philisophical Assocation for her essay: "Meeting Philosophy's Demographic Challenges."
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