March 30: Massimo Pigliucci, Paul Kurtz Memorial Lecture, 107 O’Brian Hall, 4-6 pm
“Skepticism and Epistemic Virtue: Shouldn’t skeptics know what they are talking about, when they are talking about it?”
Time/Location: 4:00 to 6:00 pm in 107 O’Brian Hall, UB North Campus
We are proud to announce that UB has founded a chapter of Minorities and Philosophy (MAP). All interested parties should contact Harjeet Parmar (email@example.com), or visit the following link: UB MAP
UB Philosophy Department Colloquium
“Reasoning to Action”
Friday, November 14, 4:30 pm, Park 141
Papers are coming due, grading assignments are pouring in, and seminars are concluding with closing remarks. We are almost there everyone. Good luck and stay strong!
Ken Winkler will be coming to discuss Causal Realism regarding Hume’s Enquiry. Come one, come all, to 141 Park Hall this Friday at 4pm.
Speaker: Daniel Cunningham, Mathematics Department, Buffalo State
Location: 141 Park Hall
When: Thursday, 4:00-6:30
Topic: Georg Cantor spent much of his mathematical career in the development of a new branch of mathematics: Set Theory. His work resulted in a unifying theory now known as the Zermelo-Fraenkel axioms. I will discuss some mathematical and philosophical questions that have arisen from these axioms.
Susan Wolf from the University of North Carolina will be joining us for a presumably responsible talk entitled: “Responsibility, Moral and Otherwise.”
The talk will be Thursday, April 10th from 4-6pm in Park Hall Room 141. Be there or be responsible!
The GPA meeting Friday will begin at 10am in Park Hall, and more than likely continue until noon. There is a lot to cover!
Let’s end the year on the right foot (sorry lefties).
The next GPA meeting is being moved up to February 21st at 10am in Park Hall.