This two-day workshop offers engagement with questions that have been at the forefront of political discourse in recent years: Can uncivil, violent resistance ever be justified as a means of protest? Speakers include Yann Allard-Tremblay (McGill), Candice Delmas (Northeastern), Jeffrey Howard (University College London), Cristina Lafont (Northwestern), Chong-Ming Lim (Nanyang Tech), José Medina (Northwestern), Temi Ogunye (Oxford), Avia Pasternak (Toronto), Erin R. Pineda (Smith College), Ẹniọlá Ànúolúwapọ́ Ṣóyẹmí (Oxford), and Daniel Viehoff (NYU).
Roy A. Sorensen is a professor of Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin, a professorial fellow in Philosophy at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, and the Jackman Humanities Institute’s Distinguished Visiting Fellow for the academic year 2023-24. He has research interests in epistemology, metaphysics, and philosophy of language, areas in which he has published widely.
In this weeklong workshop, we will read, translate, and discuss Maṇḍana’s Vidhiviveka (“Discernment about Commands”), chapter 15, with a group of international scholars.
In this weeklong workshop, we will read, translate, and discuss Maṇḍana’s Vidhiviveka (“Discernment about Commands”), chapters 12—14, with a group of international scholars.
What exactly is the rule of God? Join us for an all-day workshop sponsored by the Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies & the Grafstein Chair in Jewish Philosophy.
Join this workshop on the Vienna Circle and pragmatism focused around the book manuscript of one of the department’s postdoctoral fellows, Christoph Limbeck-Lilienau.
The period 100 BCE to 200 CE saw some of the most far-reaching innovations in Western philosophical history, including a striking efflorescence of philosophy in the Mediterranean, especially in the east; old systems were revitalized through discussion and debate with new (including Christianity).
Join the Department of Philosophy and the Ontario Philosophy Teachers’ Association for a workshop on teaching philosophy in high schools. Presenters are Steven Coyne, James John, Alexander Koo, and William Paris.