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Rutgers Epistemology Conference 2019
Rutgers Epistemology Conference 2019 @ Hyatt Regency, Conference rm. BC
May 3 – May 4 all-day
The REC is a pre-read conference. The papers will be made available on April 15. Friday, May 3, 2019 1:30 – 3:15 pm     Alex Byrne (MIT)     Chair: TBD Coffee Break 3:45 – 5:30 pm     Susanna Rinard (Harvard)     Chair: TBD Dinner 7:30 – 9:15 pm     Jonathan Kvanvig (Washington University St Louis)     Chair: TBD Reception 9:30 – 11:00 PM Saturday, May 4, 2019 9:30 – 11:15 am     Anil Gupta (University of Pittsburgh)     Chair: TBD Coffee Break 11:45 – 1:30 pm      Winner of the Young Epistemologist Prize     TBD     Chair: TBD Lunch 2:45 – 4:30 pm     Maria Lasonen-Aarnio (University of Helsinki)     Chair: …

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Nuno Venturinha (Nova University of Lisbon) — Autobiographical Writing, Self-knowledge, and the Religious Point of View 4:00 pm
Nuno Venturinha (Nova University of Lisbon) — Autobiographical Writing, Self-knowledge, and the Religious Point of View @ New School, rm D1106
May 3 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
NY Wittgenstein Workshop presents: Nuno Venturinha (Nova University of Lisbon) — Autobiographical Writing, Self-knowledge, and the Religious Point of View The updated schedule is as follows: 4/19 — Nickolas Pappas (CUNY) — “Plato on the Opposite of Philosophy” 4/26 — Larry Jackson (The New School) 5/03 — Nuno Venturinha (Nova University of Lisbon) — “Autobiographical Writing, Self-knowledge, and the Religious Point of View.” 5/10 — Pierre-Jean Renaudi (Lyon)
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Hannah Arendt and Reiner Schurmann Annual Symposium in Political Philosophy “Varieties of Intentionality”
Hannah Arendt and Reiner Schurmann Annual Symposium in Political Philosophy “Varieties of Intentionality” @ Theresa Lang Center, I202, New School
May 10 – May 11 all-day
Conference Schedule Friday May 10 1pm: Rachel Goodman (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) Introductory Overview 1:30pm: Jake Quilty-Dunn (University of Oxford) On Elisabeth Camp’s “Putting Thoughts to Work” 4:30pm: John Kulvicki (Darmouth College) On Jacob Beck’s “Perception is Analog” Saturday May 11 1pm: Jacob Beck (York University) On Jake Quilty-Dunn’s “Perceptual Pluralism” 4pm: Elisabeth Camp (Rutgers University) On John Kulvicki’s “Modeling the Meanings of Pictures” The Five Essential Readings for the Conference The conference is predicated on the assumption that everyone in attendance will have read all five of these essays: John Haugeland, Representational Genera Elisabeth Camp, Putting Thoughts to Work Jacob Beck, Perception Is Analog Jake Quilty-Dunn, Perceptual Pluralism John Kulvicki, Modeling The Meanings of Pictures …

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NYC Wittgenstein Workshop presents Pierre-Jean Renaudi (Lyon) 4:00 pm
NYC Wittgenstein Workshop presents Pierre-Jean Renaudi (Lyon) @ New School, rm D1106
May 10 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
The New York City Wittgenstein Workshop has the following workshops scheduled for this semester and more planned workshops to be announced soon. All workshops are on Fridays from 4 to 6 pm in room D1106. 2/22 — Zed Adams (the New School) — History of the digital/analogue distinction in philosophy 4/19 — Nickolas Pappas (CUNY) — “Plato on the Opposite of Philosophy” 4/26 — Larry Jackson 5/10 —  Pierre-Jean Renaudi (Lyon)
German Idealism Workshop 4:30 pm
German Idealism Workshop @ Columbia University, Philosophy rm 716
May 10 @ 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
8 February @Columbia Patricia Kitcher: The Fact of Reason in Kant’s Moral Psychology Response: Jessica Tizzard 22 February @NSSR Matters of Love: A Conference 5 April @Columbia Beatrice Longuenesse: Residues of First Nature 19 April @NSSR Angelica Nuzzo: Approaching Hegel’s Logic Obliquely: Melville, Moliere, Beckett Response: David Carlson 10 May @Columbia Amy Allen: Turning Dead Ends into Through Streets: Psychoanalysis and the Idea of Progress
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Conference in Honor of Jerry Fodor
Conference in Honor of Jerry Fodor @ Academic Building, Room 1180, Rutgers
May 16 – May 17 all-day
Thursday, May 16th 9:00-9:30 am Breakfast (Provided) 9:30-9:45 am Opening Remarks, James Swenson, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs 9:45-10:45 am Session 1 – Tom Bever, “Foundational cognitive science themes that Jerry explored” 10:45-11:00 am Coffee Break 11:00 am – Noon Session 2 – Rochel Gelman, “Innate learning and beyond: The case of number” Noon – 2:30 pm Lunch (Not provided, see below for options) 2:30-3:30 pm Session 3 – Massimo Piattelli-Palmarini, “What Jerry and I got right about what Darwin got wrong” 3:30-3:45 pm Coffee Break 3:45-4:45 pm Session 4 – David Rosenthal, “Fodor’s Representationalism” 4:45-5:45 pm Session 5 – Terry Horgan, “Morphological content and chromatic illumination in belief fixation” 6:00 pm Dinner Reception …

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