Fall 2023 Speakers Series
The Philosophy Department’s Speakers Series presents public lectures – September through April annually – by visiting speakers and faculty on a wide variety of philosophical topics.
September 22: Janet Kourany, University of Note Dame
Race and Gender:Toward a Proper Pattern of Knowledge and Ignorance in Research
September 29: James Sterba, University of Notre Dame
Is a Good God Logically Possible? An Update
October 13: Ryoa Chung, Université de Montréal
Structural Health Inequality and Health Security in the Age of New Health Risks
October 20: Tracy Llanera, University of Connecticut
The Spectrum of Women’s Hate Agency
November 3: Patrick Girard, University of Auckland
Logic Doesn’t Oppress People, People Oppress People
December 1: Patricia Blanchette, University of Notre Dame
Conceptual Analysis in Math and Logic
All talks take place from 3:00-5:00pm in the Philosophy Dept Seminar Room (SS 1253).