Past Events

(in reverse chronological order)

2017-2018

27 April 2018 (joint event with Loyola History of Philosophy Roundtable) — Matias Slavov (UCLA), on Hume (location: Loyola Chicago)

20 April 2018 — Daniel Collette (St. Norbert College), on TBD (location: Loyola Chicago)

16 March 2018 — Kristen Irwin (Loyola Chicago), on Pierre Bayle (location: University of Illinois, Chicago)

8 December 2017 — Miren Boehm (UW-Milwaukee), “Hume and the ‘New Creations of Nature’ ”

3 November 2017 — Shelley Weinberg (UIUC), “Locke on Knowledge, Propositions, and Particles”

15 September 2017 — Tyler Hanck (UIC), “Locke on God’s Immateriality”

 

2016-2017

 

21 April 2017 – Molly Sturdevant (St. Xavier), “Multipotent Individuals: An Account of Finite Modes from the Perspective of the Ethics, Part V”

31 March 2017 — Miren Boehm (UW-Milwaukee), “Hume and the ‘New Creations of Nature’ ” [POSTPONED]

20 January 2017 – Alex Silverman (U of Chicago), “Expression as Inherence in Spinoza”

18 November 2016 — Stuart Warner (Roosevelt), “Devising Nature: An Essay on Descartes’ Discourse on Method

30 September 2016 — Chris Martin (UW-Green Bay), “Acosmism and Shadows of the Infinite in Spinoza”

2015-2016

13 June 2016 — Alison Peterman (Rochester), “The Inferior Spider-Man: Cavendish’s Critique of Pure & Applied Mathematics”

13 May 2016 — Saja Parvizian & Joe Gottlieb (UIC), “Cartesian Imperativism”

11 March 2016 — Jeff McDonough (Harvard/Notre Dame), “Leibniz’s Formal Theory of Contingency”

22 January 2016 — Shelley Weinberg (UIUC), “Locke on Moral Motivation and Education”

4 December 2015 — Margaret Atherton (UW-Milwaukee), “The Argument Behind Berkeley’s Replies to Objections in the Principles

9 October 2015 — John Whipple (UIC), “Leibniz on Fundamental Ontology”

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