A Series of Midday Presentations
All talks (unless otherwise noted) are in SSS 201 (1 Prospect Street) on Wednesdays from 11:35am - 12:50pm. All are invited and encouraged to attend.
Fall semester: first Wednesday of each month
Spring semester: second Wednesday of each month (plus a few exceptions)
- October 7: Felix Warneken, Harvard, Psychology. "Cooperation in young children and chimpanzees: Acting for and with others"
- November 4: Kurt Gray, Harvard, Psychology. "Moral typecasting: Mind perception and the dyadic structure of morality"
- December 2: Stephen Darwall, Yale, Philosophy,
"Philosophical and Psychological Aspects of Accountability"
- January 13: Kristi Lockhart, Yale, Psychology, "Cheating a bit or a lot?: Developmental changes and constancies in conceptions of cheating"
- February 10: POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER Jesse Prinz, CUNY -- POSTPONED TO 3/31
- March 31: Jesse Prinz, CUNY, Philosophy, "Morals and Emotions: A Review of Competing Models"
- April 14: Stephen Stich, Rutgers, Philosophy, "The Definition of Morality: Why it matters ... and why it might not exist"
- April 28: Tania Lombrozo, UC Berkeley, Psychology