Professor Kvart will present his paper “Action-Directed Pragmatics and the Putative Pragmatic Intrusion into the Semantics of Knowledge-Ascriptions” tomorrow (Thursday, Oct 2) at 3:30 in Humanties 290. All are welcome.
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Rationalization and Perfomative Pretense
The finalized version of my paper in Philosophical Psychology is posted here.
Celebration of Jaegwon Kim – tomorrow!
Brown’s “Celebration of Jaegwon Kim” starts tomorrow and ends Saturday. The lineup of speakers looks great. There should be a nice group of Brown philosophy alumni there, too. Friday, 26 September 2.00pm: Louise Antony (University of Massachusetts): Reduction Redux: Why Kim Has Not Solved the Generalization Problem 3.30pm: Ned Block (New York University): Ground vs.Continue reading “Celebration of Jaegwon Kim – tomorrow!”
Ernie Sosa talk at Union tomorrow
The title is “Knowledge as Action”. 4:30 pm in the Everest Lounge. Looking forward to this!
The UAlbany Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) chapter just won a $1000 grant from the American Philosophical Association to host the Symposium on Implicit Judgment this Spring! Congratulations, MAP members!
Cornell Ethics of Belief Workshop
I’ll present my paper “Rationalization, Evidence, and Pretense” at the Sage School Ethics of Belief Workshop on Nov 15.
Rationalization, Evidence, and Pretense
The Ratio Early View is now available.
Jesse Prinz coming to UAlbany Sept 12
Not to be outdone by Union, UAlbany will host Jesse Prinz, Distinguished Professor, City University of New York, Graduate Center on Sept 12 in HUM 290.
Union College Speakers Series
As usual, the roster looks excellent.
Symposium in honor of Jaegwon Kim
I think of Jaegwon Kim as a paragon of intellectual honesty and philosophical depth. He was a member of my dissertation committee, and the idea for my dissertation was hatched in his excellent seminar on the philosophy of action.