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CAPE Lecture 2013

CAPE is holding regular lectures inviting various researchers from all over the world. These lectures aim to introduce the latest research trend regarding applied philosophy and ethics. Also, CAPE Lectures, as well as CAPE Workshops, are open to public. We are promoting international exchanges and collaborative studies among researchers and human resource cultivation through these lectures.

The 37th Lecture (2014/3/27)

Prof. Michael Blome-Tillmann (McGill / Cambridge)
Solving the Moorean Puzzle

The 36th Lecture (2014/3/20)

Jochen Vollmann (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
Medical professionalism: assessing knowledge, skills and attitudes

The 35th Lecture (2014/2/27)

Prof. Cathay Liu (Yale NUS College)
Unity and Priority in Descartes’s Algebra and Geometry

The 34th Lecture (2014/2/26-28)

Prof. Jay Garfield (National University of Singapore)
The self

The 33th Lecture (2014/2/16)


The 32th Lecture (2014/1/8)

Prof. Javier Moscoso (The Institute of the Spanish National Research Council)

The 31th Lecture (2013/12/26)

Prof. Kevin Kelly (Carnegie Melon University)
Knowability, Inquiry, and Epistemic Logic

The 30th Lecture (2013/12/24)

Prof. Yasuo DEGUCHI (Kyoto University)
The Logic of Provision: Sānlùn Meets Non-classical Logic

The 29th Lecture (2013/11/26)

Michael Campbel

The 28th Lecture (2013/11/18)

Prof. Colin R. Caret (Underwood International College:Yonsei University)
Form as Substance in the Zhuangzi

The 27th Lecture (2013/11/12)

Prof. Justin Erik Halldór Smith (Professeur des Universités Département d’Histoire et Philosophie des Sciences Université Paris Diderot – Paris VII Paris, France)
Lunar Astronomy and Philosophy from Plutarch to Kepler

The 26th Lecture (2013/11/1)

Nicholas J.J. Smith (Associate Professor, University of Sidney)
Fuzzy Logic and Higher-Order Vagueness

The 25th Lecture (2013/10/31)

Prof. Dr. Matthias Schrin(ミュンヘン大学)
Hilbert and Wittenstein on the Consistency of Mathematical Theory

The 24th Lecture (2013/10/25)

Jonathan Floyd (Department of Politics and International Relations, Oxford University)
Thoughts and Principles: On the standard model of political philosophy

The 23th Lecture (2013/8/27)

Prof. Shiu-Ching Wu (National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan): “On the Priority of Relational Ontology: Heidegger’s Being-With and Ethics of Care”
Prof. Wen-Chang Lin (National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan): “Ethics as the Learning Goal of Business Education – The Standard of AACSB Accreditation”

The 22th Lecture (2013/8/5)

Carlo Martini(Finnish Centre of Excellence in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences (TINT), Postdoctoral researcher)
Collective and individual rationality: a puzzle about disagreement.

The 21th Lecture (2013/7/23)

Chien-hsing Ho (Nanhua University (Taiwan))
How to say the unsayable

The 20th Lecture (2013/7/19)

Katsuhiko Sano (JAIST)
Alternative Semantics for Visser’s Basic Propositional Logic
Hidenori Kurokawa (Kobe University)and Hirohiko Kushida (CUNY)
Substructural logic of proofs and self-referentiality

The 19th Lecture (2013/6/21)

Yumiko Inukai(University of Massachusetts Boston)
Hume’s Tensions in Fictions

The 18th Lecture (2013/6/13)


The 17th Lecture (2013/6/6)

Jake Chandler (Postdoctoral Researcher, Research Foundation Flanders (FWO), Belgium)
Reasons to believe and reasons to not

The 16th Lecture (2013/4/24)

Dr. Julia Jansen (University Collage Cork, Irland)
The Systematic Role of the Imagination in Kant’s Theoretical Philosophy

The 15th Lecture (2013/4/9)

Jean Gayon (professeur, Université Paris I-Panthéon-Sorbonne, Institut d’histoire et de philosophie des sciences et des techniques)

The 14th Lecture (2013/4/1)

Claire Benn
The Optionality and Goodness of Supererogatory Actions
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