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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 :::


February 2019

 

::: Thanking, Apologizing, Bragging, and Blaming: The Currency of Communication
George Loewenstein
CMU
Friday, February 1, 2019
12:05 pm, 1117 Cathedral of Learning

::: The Problem of Identity (Synchronic and Diachronic) in Quantum Mechanics
Tomasz Bigaj, Visiting Fellow
U. of Warsaw
Tuesday, February 5, 2019
12:05 pm, 1117 Cathedral of Learning

::: Kuhn’s Unfinished Project
Bojana Mladenović
Williams College, Philosophy, Science and Technology Studies
Friday, February 8, 2019
12:05 pm, 1117 Cathedral of Learning

::: Leibniz’ Program of Artificial Intelligence and the Mechanization of Thought
Nicholas Rescher
U. of Pittsburgh, Dept. of Philosophy
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
12:05 pm, 1117 Cathedral of Learning

::: What You Think Matters: Semantic Embedding, Computational Explanation, and Causal and Metaphysical Difference-Making
Lisa Miracchi
U. of Pennsylvania
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
12:05 pm, 1117 Cathedral of Learning

::: The Representation of Object Concepts in the Human Brain
Bradford Z. Mahon
CMU, Dept of Psychology
Friday, February 22, 2019
12:05 pm, 1117 Cathedral of Learning

::: How to Not be Misled While Multi-Scale Modeling
Naftali Weinberger, Postodctoral Fellow
Tilberg U.
Tuesday, February 26, 2019
12:05 pm, 1117 Cathedral of Learning

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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