Join us this Friday, May 6, for a workshop with Gilad Nir (Chicago) on his paper “A Modus Ponens Represented in Signs: Wittgenstein on Inference.”

The paper will be circulated later this week but does not need to be read in advance.

As usual, we meet 1:30-4:20pm in Wieboldt 408.

From Friday, April 29 to Saturday, April 30, the University of Chicago will be hosting the third annual Chicagoland Graduate Philosophy Conference. You can find the schedule here.

Join us this Friday, April 22, for a workshop with Dawn Eschenauer Chow (Chicago) on her paper “Analogy, Similarity, and Polysemy: On the Irrelevance of ‘Words Said in Different Senses’ in Accounts of Religious Language.”

The paper is available here.

As usual, we meet 1:30-4:20pm in Wieboldt 408.

Join us on Friday, April 8, for a workshop with Avner Baz (Tufts) on his paper “Motivational Indeterminacy.”

Please read the paper in advance; you can download it here.

As usual, we meet 1:30-4:20pm in Wieboldt 408.

Join us on Friday, March 11, for a workshop with Barry Stroud (Berkeley) on his paper “Davidson and Wittgenstein on Meaning and Understanding.”

The paper is not being circulated in advance.

As usual, we meet 1:30-4:20pm in Wieboldt 408.

Join us on Friday, March 4, for a workshop with Sebastian Rödl (Leipzig) on his paper “Truth at an Index.”

The paper is available here.

As usual, we meet 1:30-4:20pm in Wieboldt 408.

Join us on Friday, February 26, for a workshop with Andrea Kern (Leipzig) on her paper “Cognitive Capacities, Self-Constitution and Practice.”

The paper is not being circulated in advance.

As usual, we meet 1:30-4:20pm in Wieboldt 408.

Join us on Friday, January 29, for a workshop with Andy Werner (Chicago) on his paper “Our Shared Animality: Why McDowell Needs Hegel’s Idea of a Logical Progression.”

The paper can be found here.

As usual, we meet 1:30-4:20pm in Wieboldt 408.

Join us this Friday, January 18, for a workshop with Martijn Wallage (King’s College London) on his paper “Saddled with Content: McDowell and the Identity Theory of Truth.”

The paper can be found here. Martijn Wallage will not read this paper verbatim on Friday, but he will present the most important parts of it, so reading it in advance of the workshop is useful but not required.

As usual, we meet 1:30-4:20pm in Wieboldt 408.

Join us on Friday, January 8, for a workshop with Michael Kremer (Chicago), who will present his paper “Ideology and Knowledge-How: A Rylean Perspective.”

Please read the paper in advance; you can find it here, along with some optional background reading.

We will meet at our usual place and time, 1:30-4:20pm in Wieboldt 408.

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