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NYU Conference on Issues in Modern Philosophy: Normativity
9:00 AM - 11:59 PM Kimmel Center For University LIfe
Date: November 08, 2019 to November 08, 2019
Where: Kimmel Center For University LIfe, 60 Washington Square South New York, New York 10012 , CMEP Lounge Room 804/805,, New York, New York, United States
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On November 8-9, 2019, the NYU Department of Philosophy, with support from the Faculty of Arts and Science, will host the sixteenth annual NYU Conference on Issues in Modern Philosophy. This year's topic is "Normativity." Speakers and Commentators Nomy Arpaly (Brown University) Rachel Cohon (University at Albany, SUNY) João Constâncio (Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Nova FCSH) Stephen Darwall (Yale University) Julia Driver (Washington University) Gary Ebbs (Indiana University) Michael Gill (University of Arizona) Hannah Ginsborg (University of California, Berkeley) Janum Sethi (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) Jacqueline Taylor (University of San Francisco) Ariela Tubert (University of Puget Sound) Marcus Willascheck (Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main) Organizers: Don Garrett (NYU, Philosophy), Anja Jauernig (NYU, Philosophy), Béatrice Longuenesse (NYU, Philosophy), John Richardson (NYU, Philosophy) Schedule and Registration: The full conference schedule is available on the NYU Philosophy Department's conference event page. Registration is free but required. Register on this site by Wednesday, November 6th. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
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