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In 2016 the School of Philosophy hosted the following seminars:
Dr Kim Solin (The University of Queensland; Uppsala University, Sweden; The University of Helsinki, Finland) Rush Rhees on science and mathematics
Dr Richard RowlandThe Normative and the Evaluative
Dr John Quilter (Australian Catholic University) Three Blind Mice, See how they Pun: Nagarjuna, al-Ghazali and Occam: an exploration in comparative philosophy
Professor Greg Restall (The University of Melbourne)Proofs and what they’re good for
Dr Stephen Evans (Australian Catholic University)Kierkegaard on Faith, Doubt, and Uncertainty.
Associate Professor Neil Sinhababu (National University of Singapore)Divine Fine-Tuning vs. Electrons in Love
Prof Jeanette Kennett (Macquarie University)The cost of conscience: Kant on Conscience and Conscientious Objection
Robert Stern Life as a Gift, Natural Law, and Human Agency in Løgstrup
Jodie McNeilly (Australian Catholic University)God Without God: the divine limit of the phenomenon
Xavier Symons (Australian Catholic University)A Defence of Communitarian Appeals to Culture
Dr Melissa McBay Merritt (University of New South Wales)Respect, Love, and Individuals: Murdoch as a Guide to Kantian Ethics
Dr Talia Morag (University of Western Sydney)Must (some) emotions be “cognitive”?
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