Talks, film screenings, book launches, and more.
Lauren Leydon-Hardy (Amherst College) will be giving a talk on Thursday Oct 6th, 2022 at 2:00pm EDT in the Humanities Institute Conference Room (Homer Babbidge Library). This event will also be livestreamed with automated captioning.
In late 2021, former UCHI Visiting Fellow (’19-’20) Joseph Ulatowski and Jeremy Wyatt (PhD, UConn ’14) were principal investigators of the Truth Without Borders project, which was partially funded by the University of Waikato Division of Arts, Law, Psychology, and Social Sciences. Members of this project carried out collaborative research on how truth is used […]
VICTR Presents: Pascal Engel, “Is Prenectivism a Realism about Truth?”. Register at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwkcuGtqTojHdCjtkZm8dayPG-k6qdfhgXV
VICTR Presents: Poppy Mankowitz, “True Gradability,” December 9th at 11am EST. Register at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwkcuGtqTojHdCjtkZm8dayPG-k6qdfhgXV
VICTR Presents: Julian Schloder “The Proper Formulation of the Minimal Theory of Truth,” November 29th, 1pm EDT. Register at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwkcuGtqTojHdCjtkZm8dayPG-k6qdfhgXV
Video recordings from VICTR’s Truth 2021 Conference are now available at VICTR’s YouTube channel.
Celebrating one full-year of the Pandemic Journaling Project: one full year of ensuring that when the history of the COVID-19 pandemic is written, it represents the full diversity of human experience.
VICTR Presents: Stefano Caputo, “The Dependence of Truth on Being: Is there a Problem for Minimalism”. May 24, 10:00am EDT. Register at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIocu-prj4iGdY0NwHUWjPYWLvywnGfLeku
VICTR Presents: Jinho Kang, “Truth as a Normative Property”. May 10, 8:00pm EDT / May 11, 9:00am KST. Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIocu-prj4iGdY0NwHUWjPYWLvywnGfLeku