Philosophy Department Events
Upcoming Sapientia Lectures
Free & Open to the Public
(Funded by The Mark J. Byrne 1985 Fund in Philosophy, and other cosponsors where noted. All events are at 3 pm in 103 Thornton Hall, unless otherwise noted. Contact Prof John Kulvicki for more information)
2013 Spring Term
39th Annual Francis W. Gramlich Memorial Lecture
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Friday, March 29, 2013
- Katharine Gelber, University of Queensland (Australia)
- "Universalism, Freedom of Speech, and the Capabilities Approach"
- 103 Thornton Hall
Friday, April 5, 2013
- Daniel Loick, Goethe University and Harvard
- "The Young Hegel as a Critic of Juridicism" (abstract)
104 Thornton Hall (Note change of location)
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
- Brian Cantwell Smith, University of Toronto
- "Creatures Made of Clay" (abstract)
- 105 Thornton Hall
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
- Amie Thomasson, University of Miami
- "Easy Ontology and its Consequences" (abstract)
- 105 Thornton Hall
Other Events of Interest
Friday, May 17, 2013
Thursday-Saturday, May 23-24
- "Thinking of Things" workshop
- Convened by Professor John Kulvicki
- Free & open to the public
- Thursday, May 23, Fahey First
- 2:00 Roberto Casati, CNRS, on "The Structure of Musical Notation"
- 3:45 John Kulvicki, Dartmouth, on "Analog Representation"
- 5:30 Remei Capdevila, UA-Barcelona, on "The Architectural Design Process"
- Friday, May 24, Haldeman 125
- 9:00 Barbara Tversky, Stanford, on "Tools for Thought"
- 10:30 David Kirsh, UCSD, on "Thinking: Mental vs Physical Simulation"
- 2:00 Richard Kremer, Dartmouth, on "Thinking with Scientific Instruments"
- 3:45 Jill Sigman, Thinkdance, on "The Hut Project"
- 5:30 Catherine Elgin, Harvard, on "Making an Example of It"
Friday, August 23 and Saturday, August 24, 2013
- Northern New England Philosophical Association (NNEPA) Conference at Dartmouth College
- Registration and Program Information TBA
- Convened by Professor Jim Moor