Event Detail

Sat Oct 22, 2011
Howison Library
9:30–11:30 AM
Barry Stroud: 50 years at Berkeley

Tentative Schedule:

9:30: [Janet Broughton] (http://philosophy.berkeley.edu/people/detail/9), Opening remarks

[Jason Bridges] (http://home.uchicago.edu/~bridges/), On Not Taking Philosophy for Granted

[Wai-hung Wong] (http://www.csuchico.edu/~whwong/index.html), How Detached Can You Be?

11:00: Coffee and pastries in 301 Moses

11:30: Talk by [Tyler Burge] (http://www.philosophy.ucla.edu/index.php/user-profile-one/userprofile/burge): Propositional Attitudes and Reason

1:00: Break for lunch

2:30: Talk by [Hannah Ginsborg] (http://philosophy.berkeley.edu/ginsborg): Meaning, Understanding, and Normativity

4:00: Coffee and cookies in 301 Moses

4:30: Talk by [Robert Fogelin] (http://www.robertfogelin.com/): Stroud and Pyrrhonism

6:00: Wine and cheese reception in 301 Moses

This event is co-sponsored by the Philosophy Department and the Townsend Center for the Humanities.