Charlotte Witt (Univ. of New Hampshire) Title: TBD Free & open to all. Reception follows.
Charlotte Witt is Professor of Philosophy at the University of New Hampshire. She earned her PhD at Georgetown University, and her research interests lie in ancient philosophy, Aristotle, feminist theory, and social ontology. She is the author of "Thirteen Theories of Human Nature," in In Defense of the Craft Analogy: Artifacts and Natural Teleology (Cambridge Univ. Pr., 2017).
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