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lunchtime colloquium

The Center's Lunchtime Colloquium provides a lively forum for resident fellows, visiting fellows, center associates, and other scholars and scientists to make presentations that range from newly minted philosophical ideas to discussions of finished products. This active informal colloquium meets once or twice a week. Visiting fellows are asked to make a lunchtime presentation early in their visit to the center so that others can hear about their research projects and identify colleagues with similar interests.

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This Month's Talks :::

November/December 2014

::: Confronting Philosophical Concepts with Historical Cases
Raphael Scholl, Visiting Fellow
University of Bern
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
12:05 pm, 817R Cathedral of Learning

::: A Classical System with Entanglement
David Snoke
University of Pittsburgh, Dept. of Physics
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
12:05 pm, 817R Cathedral of Learning

::: Should the Debate Over Scientific Realism Go Local?
Leah Henderson
Carnegie Mellon University, Dept. of Philosophy
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
12:05 pm, 817R Cathedral of Learning

::: Evolving to Generalize: Trading Speed for Precision
Cailin O’Connor, University of California, Irvine
Dept. of Logic and Philosophy of Science
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
12:05 pm, 817R Cathedral of Learning

::: Bayesian Cognitive Science and the Nativism vs. Empiricism Controversy
Matteo Colombo, Tilburg University
Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science
Friday, December 5, 2015
12:05 pm, 817R Cathedral of Learning

 

 
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