Monsoon Ashoka Philosophy Festival
This event is online
Talks at this conference
In this event, four of Ashoka's philosophy faculty members provide insight into some of their current research. There will be comments and Q&A for each talk. The event is open to all, but kindly register on this website.
Zoom link (live from 3:45 pm):
3:55 pm: Welcome address (Raja Rosenhagen)
4:00-4:25 pm: Dimitry Shevchenko: “The Indefinite in Phenomenal Experience” [Indian/Cross-Cultural Philosophy]
4:25-4:35 pm: comments [tba]
4:35-4:55 pm: Q & A
5:00-5:25 pm: Kathleen Harbin: “Beyond the Ignorance vs. Desire Debate: Aristotle's Novel Account of Akrasia" [Ancient Philosophy]
5:25-5:35 pm: comments by Aditi Chaturvedi (Azim Premji University)
5:35-5:55 pm: Q & A
6:00-6:25 pm: Raja Rosenhagen: “Anekāntavāda & the Hypothetical Given: two peas in a pod?” [Cross-Cultural Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind]
6:25-6:35 pm: comments [tba]
6:35-6:55 pm: Q & A
7:00-7:25 pm: Eric Snyder: “New Arguments Against Carey's Bootstrapping Hypothesis” [Philosophy of Mathematics]
7:25-7:35 pm: comments by Sharon Berry (Ashoka)
7:35-7:55 pm: Q & A
7:55 pm: Wrap-up (Raja Rosenhagen)
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November 27, 2021, 2:00pm IST
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