Dr. William FitzPatrick, a professor of philosophy at the University of Rochester, will explore the relations between scientific and philosophical questions about morality tonight in the final lecture of The University of Alabama’s 2015–2016 Philosophy Today series.
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Dr. Dorit Bar-On, professor of philosophy at the University of Connecticut, will discuss the relationship between human and nonhuman animal communication in the final lecture of The University of Alabama’s 2014-2015 Philosophy Today series.
Dr. Brie Gertler, a Commonwealth Professor of Philosophy at the University of Virginia, will discuss her ideas on whether the mind extends beyond the body in the third lecture of The University of Alabama’s 2014-2015 Philosophy Today series.
Dr. Jesse Prinz, a distinguished professor of philosophy at City University of New York, will discuss values and personal identity in the second lecture of The University of Alabama’s 2014-2015 Philosophy Today lecture series.
Dr. Pamela Hieronymi, professor of philosophy at the University of California, Los Angeles, will present the lecture “The Problem of Free Will and Moral Responsibility,” Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in 205 Smith Hall on The University of Alabama campus.
Dr. Ned Block, a leading philosopher of mind, will deliver the next lecture in the 2013-2014 Philosophy Today Series.
Dr. Ned Markosian, a professor in the philosophy department at Western Washington University, will discuss the topic of time travel in the first lecture in The University of Alabama’s 2013-2014 Philosophy Today Series.
Prominent philosopher Dr. William G. Lycan will discuss “Why the Abortion Issue is So Difficult,” as part of the 2012-2013 Philosophy Today Lecture Series.
Elements of Jewish intellectual thought may have influenced Einstein’s development of the theory of relativity and Nazi attempts to discredit it. A University of Alabama guest lecturer is scheduled to explain how Jan. 24.
Dr. Frank Jackson, the second speaker in the 2012-2013 Philosophy Today Lecture Series, will discuss “The Problem of Consciousness Revisited” on Oct. 30 at 7:30 p.m. in room 205 of Smith Hall on The University of Alabama campus.