43rd Annual Francis W. Gramlich Lecture

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43rd Annual Francis W. Gramlich Lecture

Hannah Ginsborg (Berkeley). Title: TBA. Free and open to all. Reception follows.

Friday, May 5, 2017
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Lectures & Seminars

Hannah Ginsborg (University of California, Berkeley) combines work in the history of philosophy, especially Kant, with an interest in contemporary philosophy, in particular the theory of meaning and the philosophy of mind. Much of her published work has focused on Kant's Critique of Judgment, arguing for its importance both to Kant's own theory of cognitive judgment and to our present-day understanding of cognition. Recently she has been applying what she takes to be the central insight of Critique of Judgment to a range of contemporary issues, including rule-following skepticism, the normativity of meaning and content, the content of perceptual experience, and the notion of function in biology. A collection of her articles of Kant's Critique of Judgment recently appeared as The Normativity of Nature: Essays on Kant's "Critique of Judgment'" (Ocford Univ. Press., 2015).

For more information, contact:
Marcia Welsh
(603) 646-3738

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