Cincinnati Philosophy Colloquium on the Churchlands

John Bickle is organizing a philosophy colloquium on Pat and Paul Churchland at the University of Cincinnati this May. Pat and Paul are giving keynote addresses. I’ll be speaking too. Here’s a tentative schedule

Thursday, May 15
5:00-7:30 pm KEYNOTE ADDRESS; CHARLES P. TAFT MEMORIAL LECTURE
Paul Churchland, Valtz Chair of Philosophy and Cognitive Science, University of California, San Diego
8:00pm- : Speakers buffet dinner with Philosophy graduate students

Friday, May 16
10:00am-12:00noon: Pete Mandik, Philosophy and Cognitive Science, William Paterson University of New Jersey
12:00noon-1:30pm: Lunch (buffet)
1:30-3:30pm: Jackie Sullivan, Philosophy and Neurobiology, University of Alabama, Birmingham
3:30-4:00pm: Coffee Break
4:00-6:30pm: KEYNOTE ADDRESS; CHARLES P. TAFT MEMORIAL LECTURE
Patricia Churchland, University of California President’s Professor of Philosophy, University of California, San Diego; Adjunct Professor, Salk Institute
7:30- : Colloquium Banquet (Location TBA)

Saturday, May 17
10:00am-12noon: William Casebeer
12:00noon-2:00pm: Lunch (on your own—local restaurant guide provided)
2:00-4:00pm: Adina Roskies, Dartmouth College
4:00-4:30pm: Coffee Break
4:30-6:30pm: Peggy DesAutels, Philosophy, University of Dayton
7:00- : Colloquium Closing Reception, all colloquium attendees invited

2 Responses to “Cincinnati Philosophy Colloquium on the Churchlands”

  1. Bill Meehan says:

    I have been trying to get an email address for William Casebeer; I want to ask him a question about a reference in his “Natural Ethical Facts”. He is on the program for this conference and I wonder if the organizers could help me get in touch with him. The Air Force Academy doesn’t seem to have a forwarding address and I can’t figure out the NATO websites. Thanks.

  2. Bill Casebeer says:

    Dear Bill (Meehan),

    I can be reached at drenbill(insert at sign)earthlink.net. I received your latest email and look forward to corresponding with you. Thanks for taking the trouble to reach me, and sorry that my moves have made finding me more complicated than it should be.

    Thanks much for running your blog, Prof Mandik.

    Best wishes,
    Bill Casebeer