Professor Darrell Rowbotoom gave us a fascinating talk on March, 31th, 2017, at the Big Lecture Hall in School of Philosophy. He is Head of the Department (& Professor) of Philosophy at Lingnan University in Hong Kong. The title of the talk was “Scientific Progress and The Value of Science”. Professor Bradly Monton was the commentator. Scientific realism, roughly speaking, is the view that...
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- The 10th National Conference on Analytic Philosophy
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- Tim Connolly’s Visit
- The Third Annual Conference on the Analytical Approach to Ethics
- David Schmidtz’s Visit
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4APRApril 5 Talk: Dimitris Vardoulakis (UWS) Time: April 5, 6:30pm-8:30pLocation： Big Lecture Hall, School of Philosophy, Wuhan Universit
31MARMarch 31 Talk Title: Scientific Progress and The Value of Science Speaker: Darrell RowbottomPh.D. Durham UniversityProfessor and Chairperson,Department of Philosophy at Lingnan University Time: March, 31, 2017, Friday, 7: 00PMLocation: The Big Lecture Hall Philosophy departmentCommentator: Bradly MontonPh.D. Princeton UniversityProfessor in philosophy, Wuhan University
28MARMarch 30th Lecture Title: Atheism and Thermodynamics Speaker: Bradly MontonPh.D. Princeton UniversityProfessor in philosophy, Wuhan University Time: March, 30th, 2017, Thursday, 7: 00PMLocation: The Big Lecture Hall Philosophy departmentCommentator: Darrell RowbottomPh.D. Durham UniversityProfessor and Chairperson,Department of Philosophy at Lingnan University
5DECDecember 7th Lecture Title: Philosophy and Religion in the Era of Big Data: Large-Scale Text Analysis and Database ApproachesSpeaker: Edward SlingerlandUniversity of British ColumbiaTime: 2: 30PM-4PM, December, 7th, 2016Location: School of Philosophy, Room 114 South Wing Abstract：This talk will discuss two on-going projects that apply “big data” approaches to the study of philosophy and religion. One project co...
18NOVNovember 21st Lecture Title: Individualism and Anti-Individualism in China and the WestSpeaker: Bryan Van Norden Professor in Vassar College Time: 11-21, Monday 19: 00Location: South Wing, Room 114
15NOVNovember 18th Lecture Title: Knowing What It Is Like, Choice, and ConsentSpeaker: Yuri CathPh.D. Australian National UniversityLecturer in philosophy, La Trobe UniveristyTime: 11-18, Friday, 2-4pmLocation: Teaching Building 3, room 501