10/4: Colloquium, Michael Zimmerman (UNC/Greensboro)
11/15: Colloquium, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Duke)
2/14: Colloquium, Sarah Stroud (UNC-Chapel Hill)
3/6-7: Mini-Conference (The Intersection of Ethics & Metaphysics)
4/24: Colloquium, Myisha Cherry (UC-Riverside)
4/6-7: Undergraduate Conference, Keynote by Chris Tweedt
2/15: Colloquium, Steven Wall (Arizona)
3:30-5 pm, Washington Hall 302
1/25: Colloquium, Keith Lehrer (Arizona & Miami)
"Defensible Knowledge and Exemplars of Truth"
3:30-5 pm, James Blair 223
11/30: Colloquium, James Binkoski (Dartmouth College)
"Explanation and Ontic Dependence"
3:30 - 5 pm, James Blair 205
10/26: Colloquim, Elizabeth Barnes (University of Virginia)
"Wellbeing and the Value of Health"
3:30 - 5 pm, Blow 333
Part of the 100 Years of Women at W&M celebration
See full Speaker Gallery for the anniversary celebration
10/5-6: Workshop on Hume's Second Enquiry
History Department Library, second floor, James Blair Hall.
Contributors to A Critical Guide to Hume's Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals (Cambridge University Press) will meet to share their work in progress. (Sponsored by the University of Antwerp and the Office of the Dean of A&S at William & Mary.) Attendance by invitation. Local organizer: Elizabeth Radcliffe
Information for Participants
9/21-22: Biennial Conference
"Applied Neo-Pragmatism," organized by Josh Gert
More Information Here
4/13-14: 5th Annual Early Career Metaphysics Workshop
Local Organizer: Aaron Griffith
The Early Career Metaphysics Workshop is an annual workshop held at various institutions focusing on research by early-career scholars working in metaphysics, broadly construed. The workshop is free and open to any who would like to attend.
Metaphysics Workshop Program
11/3: Colloquium, Felipe De Brigard (Duke)
"Vivacity and the Distinction between Memory and Imagination"
10/27: Colloquium, Jonathan Neufeld (College of Charleston)
10/5-6: 3rd Annual Theistic Ethics Workshop
Local Organizer: Chris Tucker
Contemporary philosophy of religion has been richly informed by important work in metaphysics and epistemology. At the same time, there has not been nearly as much work done at the intersection of philosophy of religion and meta-ethics or normative theory. To help inspire more good work in this area, Christian Miller (Wake Forest), Mark Murphy (Georgetown), and Chris Tucker (William and Mary) organize a series of annual workshops on theistic ethics.
Theistic Ethics Workshop Program
“Valuing Can Ground Value”