Royal Institute of Philosophy Annual Lecture Series, 2000–2001
Logic, Thought and Language
13 October Mark Sainsbury What Logic Should We Think With?
20 October Gregory McCulloch Mental Representation
27 October Julia Tanney Self-Knowledge, Normativity, and Construction
3 November Barry Smith Thought and Language
10 November Alan Millar The Normativity of Intention and Meaning
17 November Gabriel Segal On the Semantics of Proper Names
24 November David Wiggins Indefinables
1 December Jennifer Hornsby Linguistic Knowhow
8 December Crispin Wright Relativism and Classical Knowledge
15 December Paul Boghossian Rational Belief
5 January Christopher Peacocke Principles for Possibilia
12 January A. W. Moore What Are These familiar Words Doing Here?
26 January M. G. F. Martin Particular Thoughts and Singular Thought
9 February Scott Surgeon The Conditionality of Thought
16 February Timothy Williamson Possible Beings
23 February S. G. Williams Ambiguity
2 March Bob Hale Logical Knowledge
9 March Charles Travis Rethinking Psychologism
All Lectures to be given at 14 Gordon Square, London WC1
on Fridays at 5.45 pm. Admission is free.
The Fourth Royal Institute of Philosophy Annual Lecture
will be given by Professor John Searle
‘Freedom of the Will As a Problem in Neurobiology’
Beveridge Hall, Senate House, University of London, Malet Street, London WC1, on Friday 2 February at 5.30. Admission is free.