Meeting 66: Wittgenstein 2:00 pm
Meeting 66: Wittgenstein @ Justine's apartment
Jan 12 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Philosophy-in-Manhattan Sunday, January 12 at 2:00 PM Philosophy PhD candidate Liam Ryan will lead us. Ludwig Wittgenstein is a philosopher whose work bridges various fields of philosophical inquiry, and … Price: 16.00 USD https://www.meetup.com/Philosophy-in-Manhattan/events/265245503/
Dependence, Autonomy, and the Varieties of Relationship. Aaron Stalnaker (Indiana U) 5:30 pm
Dependence, Autonomy, and the Varieties of Relationship. Aaron Stalnaker (Indiana U) @ Columbia University Religion Dept. 101
Jan 24 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
This talk places master-student relations in the context of Confucian social theory, focusing on issues of obedience, remonstration, and respect for different sorts of authorities. I survey early Confucian accounts of the good society centered on role relations, personal development, and flourishing, both individual and communal. I then examine the question of autonomy within these relationships, looking closely at remonstration, obedience, and disobedience. The talk concludes with a broader discussion of human dependence, placing Confucian[...]
Legal Theory Workshop with Miranda Fricker (CUNY) 4:00 pm
Legal Theory Workshop with Miranda Fricker (CUNY) @ Fordham Law School, rm tba
Jan 29 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Contact John Drummond for more information.
Seyla Benhabib and Bernard E. Harcourt on Hannah Arendt: The Human Condition 6:15 pm
The Truth of Logic and the Univocity of p. Irad Kimhi 3:30 pm
The Truth of Logic and the Univocity of p. Irad Kimhi @ NYU Philosophy Dept. rm 202
Jan 31 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
The notion of an occurrence of a proposition in discourse is the subject of the following observation: (O) A proposition may occur in discourse, now asserted, now unasserted, and yetbe recognizably the same proposition. I shall argue that the true significance of this observation is utterly distorted by Geach’s manner of construing of it — a construal widely known today as “the Frege-Geach point”. Though it serves as a basis for a contemporary understanding of logical form, strictly thought through, this way[...]
Jamieson Webster & Adrienne Harris on “Conversion Disorder: Listening to the Body in Psychoanalysis” 6:00 pm
Jamieson Webster & Adrienne Harris on “Conversion Disorder: Listening to the Body in Psychoanalysis” @ New School, Wolff Conference rm D1103
Jan 31 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
“Being dragged into the orbit of Webster’s mind is like entering the Magic Mountain: you go in as a visitor, and stay as a patient” — Tom Mcarthy, author of Remainder and Satin Island “Jamieson Webster’s new work reflects upon that aspect of hysteria—or conversion disorder—that has eluded the attention of most commentators: the indifference of the subject at the very moment that the symptom is most clearly enacted. This point of departure allows Webster to think about[...]
A listing of the (usually) free philosophy events, lectures and conferences in the New York City area. [Since 2007!]
There are more talks, especially on specific topics, some of which I choose not to add and others that I’ve just missed. See the links to philosophy groups and departments below.
N.B. Most information has been taken from webpages and is provided as is, with no guarantees as to its accuracy or the quality of the philosophy.
I take no credit for this great idea. See the Boston Area Philosophy Calendar and mailing list. If you have a correction, addition or question, or want to buy me beer, please send me an email at noah /at/ noahgreenstein \dot\ com. Tweet at the calendar @nycaphical.
Specific Philosophy related Groups [department links below]
New York Logic – provides a calendar of logic, mathematical logic and related talks and events.
Platypus New York (Marxist philosophy)
- Philosophy Now: http://www.meetup.com/philosophynownyc/
- New York Philosophy: http://www.nyphilosophy.com/.
I have never attended a meetup, but it looks like a good time.
Philosophy Department Sites
http://as.nyu.edu/philosophy/events.html NYU events
http://philosophy.columbia.edu/events/colloquium-series Columbia Events
http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/philosophy/events.html, http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/nyc/ (Stony Brook Manhattan)
http://www.slc.edu/news-events/events/index.html Sarah Lawrence College Events