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Video Lectures:
2020 Graduate Seminar "Two Forms of Contemporary Antirepresentationalism" Video of all 14 sessions
A Spirit of Trust: Magnanimity and Agency in Hegel's Phenomenology (Franke lecture, Yale, 2018)
Reason, Genealogy, and the Hermeneutics of Magnanimity (Townsend Lecture, Berkeley, 2013)
From German Idealism to American Pragmatism--and Back (University College Dublin, 2015)
From German Idealism to American Pragmatism--and Back + Discussion w Huw Price (Cambridge, 2012)
On the Way to a Pragmatist Theory of the Categories (Kent State, 2015)
Author Meets Critics Panel on From Empiricism to Expressivism: Brandom Reads Sellars (Kent State, 2015)
Hegel on Knowing and Representing. Lecture 1: Conceptual Realism and the Semantic Possibility of Knowing (Leipzig, 2015)
Hegel on Knowing and Representing. Lecture 2: Representation and the Experience of Error (Leipzig, 2015)
Hegel on Knowing and Representing. Lecture 3: Following the Path of Despair to a Bacchanalian Revel (Leipzig, 2015)
Sellars's Metalinguistic Expressive Nominalism (Sellars Centennial Conference Dublin, 2012)
Animating Ideas of Idealism--A Semantic Sonata in Kant and Hegel. Lecture 1: Norms, Selves, and Concepts (Pittsburgh 2011)
Animating Ideas of Idealism--A Semantic Sonata in Kant and Hegel. Lecture 2: Autonomy, Community, and Freedom (Pittsburgh 2011)
Animating Ideas of Idealism--A Semantic Sonata in Kant and Hegel. Lecture 3: History, Reason, and Reality (Pittsburgh 2011)
How Analytic Philosophy has Failed Cognitive Science (College de France Medal Lecture, 2009)
Sellars's Critique of Empiricism (Genoa 2009)
Metaphilosophical Reflections on the Idea of Metaphysics (Genoa, 2009)
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A Pragmatist Semantic Reading of Hegel's Phenomenology:
   18 Lectures from A Spirit of Trust
  Videos of the Forschungskolleg Analytic German Idealism / Humboldt Lectures
  University of Leipzig (2015-2018)
Text of the FAGI-Humboldt Lectures (videos below)
   Part One
Knowing and Representing:
Reading (between the lines of) Hegel's Introduction
(2015)
Lecture 1    Conceptual Realism and the Semantic Possibility of Knowledge
Lecture 2    Representation and the Experience of Error:
A Functionalist Approach to the Distinction between Appearance and Reality
Lecture 3    Following the Path of Despair to a Bacchanalian Revel:
The Emergence of the Second, True, Object
   Part Two
Mediating the Immediate:
The Consciousness Chapters of the Phenomenology
(2016)
Lecture 4    Immediacy, Generality, and Recollection: First Lessons in the Structure of Epistemic Authority
Lecture 5    Understanding the Object/Property Structure in Terms of Negation:
An Introduction to Hegelian Logic and Metaphysics
Lecture 6    Force and Understanding--From Object to Concept:
The Ontological Status of Theoretical Entities and the Laws that Implicitly Define Them
Lecture 7    Infinity, Conceptual Idealism and the Transition to Self-Consciousness
Part Three
Norms, Self-Consciousness, and Recognition
(2017)
Lecture 8    The Structure of Desire and Recognition:
Self-Consciousness and Self-Constitution
Lecture 9    From Subordination, through Autonomy, to Mutual Recognition:
Stages in the History of the Metaphysics of Normativity
Lecture 10   The Fine Structure of Autonomy and Recognition:
The Institution of Normative Statuses by Normative Attitudes
Lecture 11   The Allegory of Mastery: Pragmatic and Semantic Lessons
Part Four
Hegel's Expressive Metaphysics of Agency
(2018)
Lecture 12   Some Post-Davidsonian Elements of Hegel’s Theory of Agency
Lecture 13    Agency, Intention, and the Expressive Determination of Content
Lecture 14   Heroism and Magnanimity: The Post-Modern Form of Self-Conscious Agency
Part Five
Hegel on the Historicity of Normativity
(2019)
Lecture 15   Epochs of Geist: Traditional Normativity as Immediate Sittlichkeit
Lecture 16   Modernity, Alienation, and Language
Lecture 17   Genealogy and Magnanimity: The Allegory of the Valet
Lecture 18   Confession and Forgiveness, Recollection and Trust
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John Locke Lectures Between Saying and Doing
Oxford (2006), Prague (2007), Buenos Aires (2008). These videos are from the Prague presentations.
Lecture 1  Extending the Project of Analysis (with commentary by John McDowell)
Lecture 2  Elaborating Abilities: The Expressive Role of Logic (with commentary by John MacFarlane)
Lecture 3  Artificial Intelligence and Analytic Pragmatism (with commentary by Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer)
Lecture 4  Modality and Normativity: From Hume and Quine to Kant and Sellars (with commentary by Huw Price)
Lecture 5  Incompatibility, Modal Semantics, and Intrinsic Logic (with commentary by Jaroslav Peregrin)
Lecture 6  Intentionality as a Pragmatically Mediated Semantic Relation (with commentary by Sebastian Rödl)
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Video Interviews
Genoa Interview (2009) Part 1
Genoa Interview (2009) Part 2
Leipzig Interview (2008) Part 1
Leipzig Interview (2008) Part 2
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Audio (There is more audio, for graduate seminars, available under "Courses")
"Ein Gedankenbogen: Rortys Weg vom eliminativen Materialismus zum Pragmatismus"  Vorlesung auf Deutsch.
Sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig (2008). Introduced by Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer.
"Global Anti-Representationalism?"
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