2011-2017

The 6th lectures(2017)

 


John Broome (Emeritus White's Professor of Moral Philosophy, Oxford)


Reason: Normativity and Rationality

 

Lecture 1 (November 25): Normativity versus Rationality

 

Lecture 2 (November 29): Normativity

 

Lecture 3 (November 30): Rationality




The 5th lectures (2015)

 


Tyler Burge 
(Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, UCLA) 


Avoiding Hyper-Intellectualization: Examples in Theory of Mind and Theory of Knowledge 

 

Lecture 1 (October 29): Do Apes and Very Young Children Attribute Mental States?

 

Lecture 2 (October 30): Perception: Ground of Emprical Objectivity

 

Lecture 3 (October 31): Entitlement and Confirmation




The 4th lectures (2014)



Ned Block (Silver Professor of Philosophy, Psychology and Center for Neural Science at New York University)


Consciousness, Attention and Perception

Lecture 1 (October 13): Conscious, Preconscious, Unconscious

 

Lecture 2 (October 14): Seeing-as, Concepts and Non-conceptual Content

 

Lecture 3 (October 16): The Canberra Plan Neglects Ground




The 3rd lectures (2013)

 

 

Timothy Williamson (Wykeham Professor of Logic at Oxford University)


Philosophical Methods

Lecture 1 (December 16): Thought Experiments

 

Lecture 2 (December 17): Abduction

 

Lecture 3 (December 18): Model-Building



The 2nd lectures (2012)


 

Philip Kitcher (John Dewey Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University) 


Patricia Kitcher
 (Roberta and William Campbell Professor of the Humanities at Columbia University)


Lecture 1 (December 17): A Kantian Critique of Current Approaches to Self-Knowledge


Lecture 2 (December 18): Kant’s Argument for the Formula of Humanity

 

Lecture 3 (December 18): Ethics as a Human Project

 

Lecture 4 (December 20): Learning from Kuhn: Some Lessons from Structure

 



The 1st lectures (2011)



Jaegwon Kim
 (William Herbert Perry Faunce Professor of Philosophy at Brown University) 



Lecture 1 (June 23): Metaphysical Reflections on Consciousness and the Science of Consciousness

 

Lecture 2 (June 24): From Naturalism to Physicalism: Supervenience Redux