CULOGO

*All talks will be held on Fridays in Room 218 Paterson Hall at 11:30 am unless otherwise noted*

SEPTEMBER 8
“Identifying and Individuating Cognitive Systems: a task-based distributed cognition alternative to agent-based extended cognition”
Jim Davies
Carleton University

OCTOBER 6
“Immorality and Meaning in Life”
David Matheson
Carleton University

OCTOBER 13
“The Consistency of Mary Astell’s Theory of Mind”
Melissa Frankel
Carleton University

NOVEMBER 3
“Nominalism, Contingency, and Essence.
Why Nature has Mind-Independent Structure”

Joshua Mozersky
Queen’s University

*NOVEMBER 9 & 10*
First Annual Public Issues and Public Reason Conference
A Conference of Applied Ethics and Critical Social Sciences
Presented by the Department of Ethics and Public Affairs
.Featuring guest speaker:
Charles W. Mills
Graduate Center, CUNY
“Racial Justice”
November 9. 102 Azrieli Theatre – 7:30 p.m

NOVEMBER 17
“Liberalism, Commodification, and Justice”
Vida Panitch
Carleton University

NOVEMBER 24
“Two products that might help reduce some barriers to reading philosophy”
Jordan Dodd
University of British Columbia

DECEMBER 1
“Knowledge of and in action”
Joshua Shepherd
Carleton University

**DECEMBER 8** 
“Meta-Ethics in Historical and Cross-Cultural Perspective”
Gordon Davis
Carleton University
218 Paterson Hall
** 3:00 p.m. **