Below is the schedule of talks hosted by the philosophy department for 2010-2011. Unless otherwise indicated, the colloquium will be based on a paper that participants will be expected to have read in advance. For a copy of the paper, please e-mail Daniel Groll.
All colloquia are at 4:30 pm unless otherwise noted.
February 9th, Sayles Hill 252: Michael Fuerstein (St. Olaf), "Deweyan Experience in Democratic Deliberation"
February 23rd, Leighton 301: Danny Munoz-Hutchinson (St. Olaf), "Dualism before Descartes: Plotinus and the Problem of Causal Interaction."
April 13th: Mihaela Czobor-Lupp (Carleton, Political Science), "Herder on Aesthetic Imagination as a Source of Post-National Democratic Solidarity: A Contribution to Habermas’s Constitutional Patriotism"
TBD: Russ Shafer-Landau (UW-Madison & Cowling Visiting Professor at Carleton)