Colloquium Series 2018-2019

***Unless otherwise noted, all lectures will be held in Desmarais Hall, room 8161 at 2:30pm***

 

2018-2019

September 14
Hilliard Aronovitch
(University of Ottawa)
Virtues for the Vocations of Politics : Clean Hands, Not Tender Hearts

September 21
Jean-Michel Salanskis
(Université Paris-Nanterre)
De l'herméneutique à l'éthanalyse

November 07
Jérôme Ferrari
Yves Gingras
(Université du Québec à Montréal)
To be determined
***Special Event at the War Museum***

November 23
Sonia Sikka
(University of Ottawa)
Book presentation : Heidegger, Morality and Politics
Commentary by Richard Polt (Xavier University)
***This event will take place in Hamelin Hall, room 509***

January 18
Sophie Marcotte-Chénard
(Carleton University)
To be determined

February 8
Aude Bandini
(Université de Montréal)
To be determined

March 1
Jérôme Gosselin-Tapp
(University of Ottawa)
Michel Seymour
(Université de Montréal)
Droit fondamental ou accommodement? Symbolique et éthique de la religion
***This event will take place in Hamelin Hall, room 509***

March 22
Kenneth Baynes
(Syracuse University)
To be determined

April 5
Jean-Luc Solère
(Boston College)
To be determined

 

 

2017-2018

 

September 8
Patrick Wotling
(Université de Reims)
Pourquoi la philosophie est encore à venir. L'exigence de la pensée et ses conséquences selon Nietzsche

September 15
Dan Arbib
(École normale supérieure, Paris)
L'Infini et la crise de la métaphysique chez Descartes

October 13
David Hyder
(University of Ottawa)
Three Paradoxes Concerning Causality and Time: Parmenides, Leibniz, Einstein/Schrödinger

November 3
Sonia Sikka
(University of Ottawa)
On Extending Sympathy: Herder and Mencius (and Adam Smith)

November 24
Donald Landes
(Université Laval)
The Ontological Weight of Perception in Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology

January 26
Denis Dumas
(University of Ottawa)
L’anthropocentrisme de Kant et la philosophie environnementale

February 9
Luca Gili
(Université du Québec à Montréal)
Les principes de la pensée éthique de Catherine de Sienne (1347-1380)

March 9
Myrto Mylopoulos
(Carleton University)
The Puzzle of Skilled Action

March 23
David Morris
(Concordia University)
Merleau-Ponty, 21st Century Physics, and Natural Time as Phenomenon and Norm of Sense

April 6
Richard Arthur
(McMaster University)
The Hegelian Roots of Russell’s Critique of Leibniz

2016-2017

September 23
Patricia Blanchette
(University of Notre-Dame)
Models in Geometry and Physics

September 30
Stefan Bird-Pollan
(University of Kentucky)
Kant's Copernican Turn : Reading the Analytic in the Light of the B-Preface

October 14
David Wong
(Duke University)
Soup, Harmony, and Disagreement

November 11
Francisco Gonzalez
(University of Ottawa)
Philosophers and Tyrants: Politics in the Platonic Seventh Letter and in Martin Heidegger's Black Notebooks

November 17
Special event : World Philosophy Day
This activity is cosponsored by the philosophy departments of Carleton Univeristy and University of Ottawa
Panel : Philosophy and its History, essential or incidental relation?
With Nigel DeSouza (UofO), Andrew Sneddon (UofO), Annie Larrivée (Carleton) and Melissa Frankel (Carleton)

Entrance is free, but anyone who wishes to attend should register by sending an email to the secretariat of the University of Ottawa's department of philosophy (phisec@uottawa.ca).
This event will be held in Desmarais Hall, room 12102, from 6 to 9pm.

December 2
Syliane Charles
(Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières)
Individu, essence et conatus chez Spinoza

January 13
Daniel Tanguay
(Université d'Ottawa)
Matthew Arnold, prophète de la culture pour le temps présent?

February 3
Dario Perinetti
(Université du Québec à Montréal)
Hume's Moral Pluralism: Recognition and History

March 3
Vincent Bergeron
(University of Ottawa)
Carving the Mind at its homologous Joints: in Search of New Cognitive Ontologies

March 17
François Renaud
(Université de Moncton)
Homère interlocuteur? La citation dialectique chez Platon

March 31
Sarah Stroud
(Université d'Ottawa)
Varieties of Conceptual Disagreement

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