Past Events

Nicholas Sparks: Title TBD

- Location: Dodd 181

Part of the department Brown Bag Lunch series. RSVP with Nat Stein.


CONFERENCE | 3rd Annual Minds Online Conference

- Location: mindsonline.philosophyofbrains.com

The 3rd annual Minds Online conference is a virtual conference on topics in the philosophy and science of mind that is hosted by Florida State University, University of Houston, and the Brains blog. Keynotes include Helen De Cruz’s and Bertram Gawronski. Find the CFP (deadline: March 15) and other details at mindsonline.philosophyofbrains.com.


Marshall Thompson: Title TBD

- Location: Dodd 181

Part of the department Brown Bag Lunch series. RSVP with Nat Stein.


Kyle Boerstler: "Competent Emotions in Times of Incompetence"

- Location: Dodd 181

Part of the department Brown Bag lunch series. RSVP with Nat Stein.


CONFERENCE | 3rd Annual Minds Online Conference

- Location: mindsonline.philosophyofbrains.com

The 3rd annual Minds Online conference is a virtual conference on topics in the philosophy and science of mind that is hosted by Florida State University, University of Houston, and the Brains blog. Keynotes include Helen De Cruz’s and Bertram Gawronski. Find the CFP (deadline: March 15) and other details at mindsonline.philosophyofbrains.com.


CONFERENCE: Philosophy & Science of Self-Control

- Location:

The program for the 2017 Philosophy and Science of Self-Control Conference, to be held June 9th-11th, can be found here, or on the Conferences page.

Location
Augustus B. Turnbull III Conference Center
555 W. Pensacola Street


CONFERENCE: Philosophy & Science of Self-Control

- Location:

The program for the 2017 Philosophy and Science of Self-Control Conference, to be held June 9th-11th, can be found here, or on the Conferences page.

Location
Augustus B. Turnbull III Conference Center
555 W. Pensacola Street


LUNCHTIME TALK | Nick Byrd, "The Why and How of Making an Academic Website"

- Location: TBD

 

Materials

You can find the slides for this talk here. The video about making a website is below. 

 


11th Annual MAP Graduate Student Philosophy Conference

- Location:

The Minorities and Philosophy chapter at Florida State University, is pleased to announce the 11th Annual M.A.P Graduate Student Philosophy Conference to be held on Friday, March 31st, 2017. This year we are greatly pleased to have Anita Superson (University of Kentucky) as our keynote speaker. If you have any further questions please contact Rachel Amoroso at ra15k@my.fsu.edu


COLLOQUIUM: Anita Superson, Professor of Philosophy, University of Kentucky

Location: Dodd Hall Auditorium

Title: TBD. For more information about Anita Superson's work, see Anita's website