This Week's Colloquium:
Date: Friday, February 17th
Presenter: Letitia Meynell, Dalhousie University
Title: "Feynman diagrams, non-factivity and understanding: The epistemic value ogetting things wrong."
The colloquium is held every Friday beginning at 3:30 pm in Room 1130 of the Marion McCain Building (unless otherwise indicated). During the first hour a paper is presented. In the second hour, questions and discussion take place.
Bagel Tuesdays are BACK!
Stop into the Philosophy Department Lounge (Room 1132 of the McCain building) between 11:30am ad 1:00pm for a satiating bagel and scintillating philosophical conversation.
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Michael Hymers has published a Critical Notice of Beyond the Analytic-Continental Divide: Pluralist Philosophy in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Jeffrey A. Bell, Andrew Cutrofello and Paul M. Livingston (Routledge 2016) in the Canadian Journal of Philosophy (2017)
Katie Stockdale (ABD) recently published "Losing Hope: Injustice and Moral Bitterness": in Hypatia.
Duncan MacIntosh recently published, "Autonomous Weapons and the Nature of Law and Morality: How Rule-of-Law-Values Require Automation of the Rule of Law", in Temple International and Comparative Law Journal
Emily Bingeman (PhD student), has been awarded the CSWIP Jean Harvey Graduate Award; for "the best of the outstanding papers submitted by graduate students for the CSWIP annual conference. The title of the paper: "Ability, Disability, and the Ethics of Everyday Knowledge Practice".
Duncan MacIntosh's paper, "The Rule of Law and the Laws that Rule: Considerations Towards a Special Status for Rebels", was mooted at the conference entitled: Using Law To Fight Terror, on October 28th at the Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law,.