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Philosophy Program
RSSS, ANU
1996

The following papers were given in the Thursday Seminar Series in the second half of 1996. Seminar convenor was Michael Smith.

18 July Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Dartmouth College)
"Moral skepticism"

25 July Ian Gold (Optical Sciences Centre, RSPhysSE) and Daniel Stoljar (Philosophy Program, RSSS)
"Is there a science of the brain?"

1 August Martin Davies (Corpus Christi College, Oxford University)
"Externalism and epistemic warrant"

8 August Barry Taylor (University of Melbourne)
"Common sense, realism, and 'Common Sense Realism'"

15 August Garrett Cullity (The University, St Andrews)
"Practical theory"

22 August Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Dartmouth College)
"Begging the question"

29 August Daniel Nolan (Philosophy Program, RSSS)
"Representing aliens"

5 September Martin Davies (Corpus Christi College, Oxford University)
"Folk psychology and mental simulation: an update"

11 September Frank Jackson (Philosophy Program, RSSS)
"Naturalism and the fate of the m-worlds"

26 September Susan Dodds (University of Wollongong)
"Citizenship, justice and indigenous group-specific rights"

10 October Philip Gerrans (Macquarie University)
"Simulated rule following"

17 October Robert Dunn (University of Wollongong)
"Particular self-knowledge as perspectival knowledge"

24 October Karen van den Broek (Philosophy Program, RSSS)
"Moral knowledge and the moral life"

31 October Philip Pettit (Philosophy Program, RSSS)
"Practical belief"

7 November Henry Fitzgerald (Philosophy Program, RSSS)
"Enjoyment"

14 November James Chase (Philosophy Program, RSSS) "Can internalists about justification be externalists about content?"

21 November David Sanford (Duke University)
"Temporal parts, temporal portions, and temporal slices: an exercise in naive mereology"

28 November David Braddon-Mitchell (University of Auckland)
"Lossy laws"

5 December Geoffrey Brennan (Director's Section, RSSS)
"Analytic convservatism"

12 December Greg Currie and Ian Ravenscroft (Flinders University)
"The architecture of simulation"