The Institute for Philosophy & Religion’s Annual Colloquium on the Philosophy of Religion: Levinas in His Context. @ Barristers Hall, Boston University School of Law
Apr 10 @ 9:00 pm

A Series of Lectures by Myriam Bienenstock, Department of Philosophy, University François Rabelais at Tours (France)

Lecture 1: The French Connection, Wednesday, April 10, 5 p.m.
(Respondent: Prof. Jeffrey Mehlman, BU Dept. of Romance Languages)

Lecture 2: The German Connection, Wednesday, April 17, 5 p.m.
(Respondent: Prof. Daniel Dahlstrom, BU Dept. of Philosophy)

Lecture 3: The Jewish Connection, Wednesday, April 24, 5 p.m.
(Respondent: Prof. Eugene Sheppard, Brandeis University Department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies)

This series of lectures is cosponsored by the Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies.

The Boston University Institute for Philosophy & Religion was established in 1969/1970 to explore major issues in philosophy, theology, religion, and the humanities through lectures, colloquia, research projects, and publications. The programs are designed to transcend disciplinary divisions between religious and philosophical inquiry. The institute is an academic unit of the Boston University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and is cosponsored by the School of Theology, the Department of Religion, and the Department of Philosophy. Funding for this year’s lecture series has been generously provided by the Boston University Center for the Humanities.

Please see the website for more detailed information.

The University of Glasgow’s Centre for Philosophy and Religion: Senior Seminar Series @ The Reid Room -- Philosophy, School of Humanities
Apr 16 @ 4:00 pm

THE REID ROOM, Philosophy, School of Humanities, 69 Oakfield Avenue (except where otherwise noted)

This programme is sponsored by the Royal Institute of Philosophy, of which Glasgow is a branch, and whose support is gratefully acknowledged. Everyone is welcome; students, both postgrads and undergrads, are especially encouraged.

Second semester, 2012-13

08 January — Robert Williams (Leeds): “Decision making under indeterminacy”
15 January — Brian McElvee (St Andrews): “Vividness and the Relativism of Blame”
22 January — Gerald Lang (Leeds): “Theodicy and the Non-Identity Problem”
29 January — Ken Himma (Seattle Pacific U.): “A justification for the legal protection of intellectual property: the argument from investment”
05 February — Mikael Pettersson (Stockholm/Sheffield) “Negative Images: On Photography, Causation and Absences”
12 February — Julien Deonna (Geneva) /Fabrice Teroni (Bern): “Emotions as attitudes”
19 February — NO SEMINAR (hons reading party)
26 February — Marcia Baron (St Andrews) “Reasonableness”
05 March — Chris Hookway
12 March — Ulrike Heuer (Leeds)
19 March — William Mander (Oxford)
16 April — Neil Sinclair (Nottingham)
23 April — TBA
30 April — Simon Kirchin (Kent)
07 May — TBA
14 May — Neil Sinhababu (National University of Singapore)
21 May — TBA
28 May — Philip Meadows