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Matters of Love: A Conference @ Wolff Conference Room, D1103
Matters of Love: A Conference @ Wolff Conference Room, D1103
Feb 22 all-day
9:15 – 9:30 Coffee & Opening Remarks 9:30 – 10:50 Anna Katsman: Freighted Love 11:00 – 12:20 Federica Gregoratto: Eros and Freedom Today 12:20 – 1:30 Lunch Break 1:30 – 2:50 Sara Macdonald: The Art of Friendship: Hegel and Plato 3:00 – 4:20 Gal Katz, “Love’s Rage Is Shame”: Hegel on Sex 4:20 – 4:45 Break 4:45 – 6.05 Paul Kottman: Love as Human Freedom   New York German Idealism Workshop A joint undertaking of the philosophy departments of Columbia University & the New School for Social Research presents: MATTERS OF LOVE: A CONFERENCE
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1:00 pm Cognitive Science Speaker Series @ CUNY Grad Center, rm 7102
Cognitive Science Speaker Series @ CUNY Grad Center, rm 7102
Feb 22 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Spring 2019 2/15: Andrew Lee, Philosophy, New York University 2/22: William Robinson, Philosophy, Iowa State University 3/1: Wesley Sauret, Philosophy, University of Bayreuth 3/8: Jean-Paul Noel, Center for Neural Science, New York University 3/15: Santiago Echeverri, Philosophy, New York University 3/22: TBA 3/29: TBA 4/5: No Cognitive Science talk: CUNY Graduate-Student Conference https://2019cunyphilosophyconference.weebly.com/ 4/12: TBA 4/19, 4/26: No talks; Spring Break 5/3: TBA Additional information at: http://bit.ly/cscitalks or e-mail David Rosenthal <davidrosenthal1@gmail.com>
3:30 pm Kate Manne (Cornell) @ NYU Philosophy Dept. rm 202
Kate Manne (Cornell) @ NYU Philosophy Dept. rm 202
Feb 22 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Title and abstract forthcoming. Reception to follow.
4:00 pm NYC Wittgenstein Workshop presents Zed Adams on the digital/analogue distinction. @ New School, rm D1106
NYC Wittgenstein Workshop presents Zed Adams on the digital/analogue distinction. @ New School, rm D1106
Feb 22 @ 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. This is a reminder that Zed Adams will be presenting at the workshop this Friday, the 22nd  from 4 to 6 pm on the history of the digital/analogue distinction in philosophy. We will be meeting in room D 1106 in 6 E 16th St, New York, NY 10003. Please join us for a great conversation! As always, snacks and drinks will be served. We would also like to announce two additions to our schedule this semester. Larry Jackson will be presenting on April 26 and Pierre-Jean Renaudi (Lyon) will be presenting on May …

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4:10 pm Buddha versus Popper: Do we live in the present or do we plan for the future? Rohit Parikh (CUNY) @ Faculty House, Columbia U
Buddha versus Popper: Do we live in the present or do we plan for the future? Rohit Parikh (CUNY) @ Faculty House, Columbia U
Feb 22 @ 4:10 pm
There are two approaches to life. The first one, which we are identifying with Sir Karl Popper, is to think before we act and to let our hypotheses die in our stead when the overall outcome is likely to be negative. We act now for a better future, and we think now which action will bring the best future. Both decision theory and backward induction are technical versions of this train of thought.  The second approach, which we will identify with the Buddha, is to live in the present and not allow the future to pull us away from living in the ever present  Now. The Buddha’s approach is echoed in …

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4:30 pm German Idealism Workshop @ Columbia University, Philosophy rm tba
German Idealism Workshop @ Columbia University, Philosophy rm tba
Feb 22 @ 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