Philosophy Events

Spring Colloquia 2023

February 3, 2023 (held at Claremont McKenna College)
Thi Nguyen, University of Utah
"Fluxxy Objects, Inscribed Objects"
4:00pm, Kravis Center LC 62

February 16, 2023 (held at Pomona College)
Kevin Richardson, Duke University
"'Just a Little Gay': How Sexual Orientation Comes in Degrees"
4:15pm, Pearsons 101

March 3, 2023 (held at Claremont McKenna College)
Monique Wonderly, UC San Diego
"Hate and Attachment"
4:00pm, Kravis Center LC 62

March 8-10, 2023 (online)
Agency and Intentions in Language 3 Conference
Free Registration for the zoom link

March 24-26, 2023 (held at Scripps College and online)
Pascal Conference commemorating his 400th birthday

April 10 (held at Scripps College)
Ryan Preston-Roedder, Occidental College
"Love and Social Justice"
4:15pm, Humanities Building 119, 

April 14-15, 2023 (held at Claremont McKenna College)
The Nature of Bias Conference
Location TBA

Past Events

September 16, 2022 (held at Claremont McKenna College)
Natasha Warikoo, Tufts University
Topic: Philosophy of Education
12:00pm, Zoom, RSVP here

September 29, 2022 (held at Pomona College)
Sontag Lecture
Rachel Barney, University of Toronto
"The Ethics and Politics of Plato’s Noble Lie"
4:15pm, Pearsons 101

October 27, 2022 (held at PomonaCollege)
Ryan Davis, Brigham Young University
"Voluntarism about Moral Obligation"
4:15pm, Pearsons 101

November 4, 2022 (held at Claremont McKenna College)
Elisabeth Camp, Rutgers University
"Nicknames as Tools for Navigating Social Space"
4:00pm, Kravis Center LC 62

November 11, 2022 (held at Claremont McKenna College)
Andrea Westlund, Florida State University
Philosophy of Education
4:15pm, LC62 Freeberg Forum

November 11-13, 2022 (held at Pomona College)
Philosophy and Non-Monogamies conference
Keynote speaker: Elizabeth Brake

November 17, 2022 (held at Scripps College)
Ben Hale, University of Colorado, Boulder
"Clean Meat and Muddy Markets: Substitution and Indeterminacy in Consumerist Solutions to Animal Agriculture"
4:15 pm, Humanities 119

December 2, 2022 (held at Scripps College)
Michael McKenna, University of Arizona
"Toward a Robust Theory of the Free Will Ability"
1:30pm, Humanities 204