The Department of Philosophy will present the 2nd Annual Kant Conference at MUN on May 21-22, 2015. Click here for details.
The Winter 2015 Colloquium will start on Tuesday, January 20th and will take place in C-4036 from 2:00-3:20 pm.
January 20 - Peter Gratton, "Schelling, Derrida and Freedom: Thinking without a Theme". Commentary by Kyla Bruff
January 27 - Michelle Rebidoux, "Persons, Community, and the Mystic Body: Towards a Phenomenological Christian Personalism". Commentary by Patrick Renaud
February 3 - Peter Harris, "Collingwood, Fackenheim and Bradley on Metaphysics and Historicity - A Report". Commentary by Gil Shalev
February 10 - David Thompson, "Origins of Objectivity". Commentary by Sarah Messer
February 24 - Suma Rajiva, "Rationalism and Subjectivity from Descartes to Leibniz". Commentary by Fintan Neylan
March 10 - Walter Okshevsky, "Evan Simpson on Reasonableness, Truth and Disagreement in Moral Judgement: A Habermasian Critique". Commentary by Aaron O'Brien
March 17 - Scott Johnston - "What was Transcendental Idealsm? Transcendent and Transcendental Arguments in the Metaphysik Vigilantius (1794-1795)" Commentary by Vahid Jafarzadehdarzi
March 24 - Jennifer Flynn - "Naturalism and Bioethics". Commentary by Shannon O'Rourke
March 31 - Sean McGrath - "The Late Schelling on the Trinity". Commentary by Michelle Mahoney