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Mind & Language Seminar with Hili Razinsky

14:00 - 16:00 30 October 2018

Hili Razinsky, 'Ambivalence'. Abstract: Ambivalence characterises a person as having two opposing attitudes: she maintains both and each is maintained by her as standing in conflict with the other. An ambivalent person may want and yet not want one and the same thing, love and hate the same person, find a job offer fair and yet unfair, or amb..

Departmental Seminar: Dr Samuel Lebens (Haifa)

15:00 - 17:00 31 October 2018

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Departmental Seminar: Professor Stephen Gardiner (University of Washington)

15:00 - 17:00 07 November 2018

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Departmental Seminar: Dr Marie Guillot (Essex)

15:00 - 17:00 21 November 2018

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Departmental Seminar: Dr Joseph Kisolo-Ssonko (Nottingham)

15:00 - 17:00 05 December 2018

Title *Race and the Normative Force of Unjust and Unchosen Social Roles Abstract *Charles Mills claims that there are specific 'civic and political duties' which individuals have a responsibility to fulfil because of the racial social roles they occupy. However, even those generally sympathetic to Role Ethics resist the idea that such non-vol..

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