Two forthcoming interviews with Stuart Elden.
Really looking forward to this:
This week, Daniel Smith (Purdue University) will give the fifth Bradley Memorial Lecture, “Time, Truth, and Thought.“
Thursday, January 24, 5-6:30 PM, Room: A-1046.
This is the faculty series running Tuesdays. We will also have a full schedule of outside speakers coming in, including Dan Smith (Purdue) next week.
The Department of Philosophy’s Annual Winter Colloquium, 2013
‘What is Metaphysics?’
“Metaphysics and Ethics – Are there Moral Principles?”
Tuesday, January 22
“Metaphysics and Philosophy of Religion: Four Strategies of Response to Heidegger”
Tuesday, January 29
“First Person Metaphysics”
Tuesday, February 5
“Metaphysics and Morals in Kant”
Tuesday, February 12
“What Can We Say About Being?”
Tuesday, February 26
“Firstness in Thirdness: the Place of Chance and Other Ineffables in the Peircean Triad”
Tuesday, March 5
“Why We Live in a Post-Metaphysical World”
Tuesday, March 12
“Kinds of Reality”
Tuesday, March 19
“Metaphysics and Intuition: Hegel and Jacobi”
Tuesday, March 26
Tuesday, April 2
A good review of Kant: Natural Science, edited by Eric Watkins, translated by Lewis White Beck, Jeffrey B. Edwards, Olaf Reinhardt, Martin Schönfeld, and Eric Watkins, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: Stuart Elden: Kant, Space and Time | berfrois.
Info here at Inside Higher Ed.