Join Aaron Segal (Hebrew University), Daniel Nolan (Notre Dame), Catharine Diehl (Lucerne), Paul Franks Yale), and Nick Stang (Toronto) for a series of workshops on systematic metaphysics.
Come to this workshop on applying to grad school and receive information about requirements, application procedures, and deadlines.
Join us to learn more about Brian Burkhart’s Indigenizing Philosophy through the Land: A Trickster Methodology for Decolonizing Environmental Ethics and Indigenous Futures (2019).
The 12th Annual Toronto Workshop in Ancient Philosophy explores Platonic metaphysics with 12 international speakers and commentators.
Join us for a half-day workshop on Hegel and (the end of) art with speakers Paul Kottman, Frank Ruda, Ian Balfour, and Eva Ruda.
Thinking about Grad School? If you are interested in applying to graduate school in philosophy, come to our workshop and receive information about requirements, application procedures and deadlines. Our panel of experts will share their advice and will be available to answer your questions. RSVP to Eric Correria, Undergraduate Administrator by … Read More
This workshop on sensory experience brings together some of the best current research on the experience of what’s not there, from both philosophers and scientists. Although different in some ways, hallucinations, dreams, imagination, and virtual reality — all being experiences of what’s not there —overlap and intersect in interesting and important ways. By bringing together a diverse group of top researchers we hope to foster new and unconventional insights into these problem areas.
New work on the concept of hylomorphism in Aristotle, featuring talks by Mary Louise Gill, David Charles, and others.
This two-day workshop on new perspectives on mental state attribution is organized by Professor Jennifer Nagel and welcomes presentations by Rebecca Saxe (MIT), Neil Rabinowitz (Google DeepMind), Kristen Andrews (York), and more.
This one-day workshop is hosted by Professor Rebecca Comay. Visiting speakers will be Andrew Cole (Princeton) and Frank Ruda (Dundee). A full schedule and list of participants will be posted closer to the date of this event.
U of T Department of Philosophy and the Ontario Philosophy Teachers’ Association present a workshop for high school educators on teaching philosophy. We encourage all members of the U of T philosophy community to attend! Lunch will be served.
The 2018 Formal Epistemology Workshop will present papers in formal epistemology, broadly construed to include related areas of philosophy as well as cognate disciplines like statistics, psychology, economics, computer science, and mathematics. This year’s FEW will feature two keynote addresses, by Lara Buchak and Mike Titelbaum, as well as 10 submitted papers.