A Philosopher’s Holiday Lecture by Kathryn Tabb, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Bard College.
A lecture by Eleonore Neufeld of the University of Massachusetts.
Jing Hu will discuss the legacy of the Chinese writing reform movements that occurred from the closing years of the Qing dynasty through the mid-twentieth century.
A Philosopher’s Holiday Lecture by Licia Carlson, Professor of Philosophy at Providence College and author of Shared Musical Lives: Philosophy, Disability, and the Power of Sonification.
Marianna Ganapini, Union College Assistant Professor of Philosophy, argues that to develop and flourish, “artificial intelligence” (AI) technology needs to have our trust.
People talk a lot about freedom. But unfreedom is what faces us. A Bard College assistant professor of philosophy will describe the problem and how it might be addressed.
In this Philosopher’s Holiday Lecture, a University of Denver assistant professor of philosophy will argue that we are still a long way from developing AI systems that are capable of understanding and communicating meaningfully themselves.
Vieweg, Professor of Philosophy at Friedrich-Schiller University and a leading expert on Hegel, will discuss the systematic and logical beginning of philosophical thinking in conjunction with Hegel’s Science of Logic. Campus community only, please.
A lecture by Dr. Cancan Liao, associate professor of Chinese philosophy in the School of Philosophy, Wuhan University, and a Harvard-Yenching Institute visiting scholar. Campus community only, please.