Please join us for the Second Annual Harvard Graduate Law & Philosophy Colloquium, this Friday and Saturday in Lewis 214! The aim of this colloquium is to allow graduate students from all disciplines to present their work on a wide variety of topics at the intersection of law and philosophy, and to critically engage with both faculty and other graduate students in these areas. This year, we are excited to feature Professor Kamm as our keynote speaker, at noon on Friday. Read more about Law & Philosophy Colloquium
For information about the workshop please visit our website.
Presenters: Dorit Bar-On (University of Connecticut) Alex Byrne (MIT) Lucy O’Brien (University College, London) Sarah Paul (University of Wisconsin, Madison) Christopher Peacocke (Columbia University) Sebastian Rödl (Universität Leipzig) Kieran Setiya (MIT) Read more about Philosophy Workshop: Varieties of Self-Knowledge
Please join Department Writing Fellow Michael Rabenberg for a presentation on "How to Write a Philosophy Paper." This presentation is highly recommended for students taking their first course in philosophy.