Philosophy seminars and events

Philosophy programme seminars

The Philosophy Programme hosts a regular seminar series during Trimesters 1 and 2 with papers presented by visiting speakers and academic staff from within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Victoria. All are welcome to attend.

Ramon Das is the coordinator of the series for 2017.

All talks to be held in MY 617 from 2:10-3:40, unless otherwise noted.

Trimester 1 2018 schedule

8 March

Peter Øhrstrøm, Aalborg University, Denmark - “The Rise of Tense Logic”

22 March        

Jeremy Seligman, University of Auckland - “I Might Not Have Existed”

29 March    

Alberto Voltolini, University of Turin, Italy - “Real Individuals in Fiction, Fictional Surrogates in Stories”

12 April          

Sondra Bacharach, VUW - “Fearing Fearless Girl”

3 May              

Ed Mares, VUW - “Ramsey and Russell on Infinity”

10 May          

Don Locke, VUW - “Seeing Things”

24 May            

Daniel Halliday, University of Melbourne - "Indeterminacy of Contract and Labour Market Justice"

31 May          

Ramon Das, VUW - “Virtue, Disposition, and the Ability to Do Otherwise”

We host various events throughout the year. There are currently no upcoming events, check for University wide events at Victoria Events.