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Philosophical Lectures

Each year the Trinity University Department of Philosophy, either singly or with the support of other Trinity academic departments and/or committees, is host to a series of lectures by renowned philosophical scholars.

These scholarly lectures are designed to compliment student coursework and are often interdisciplinary in nature and applicable to not only philosophical study, but to studies across the curriculum.

All lectures are free and open to the public.

The following is a list of some of the philosophers who lectured at Trinity:

Jenn Neilson, Eyjólfur Kjalar Emilsson, Donald Morrison, Philip Quadrio, Sarah Brill, Lee B. Brown, David Davies, Stephen Davies, Christopher Gaffney, Theodore Gracyk, Jerrold Levinson, Aaron Meskin, Carolyn Korsmeyer, Anna Christina Ribeiro, David Hall, Roger Ames, Henry Rosemont, David Kaplan, Robert Solomon, Jonathan Bennett, Nelson Goodman, Richard Wollheim, Arthur Danto, Kendall Walton, Stanley Cavell, Ted Cohen, Noel Carroll, Peter Kivy, Francis Sparshott, Michael Walzer, Roger Scruton, Charles Beitz, Onora O'Neill, Norman Bowie, David Gauthier, Norman Daniels, Baruch Brody, Bernard Rollin, Bonnie Steinbock, Bernard Williams, Derek Parfit, Charles Fried, Philippa Foot, Herbert Fingarette, Hilary Putnam, Martha Nussbaum, Michael Slote, Phillip Mitsis, Thomas Hurka, John Lippitt, Anthony Long, James Stacey Taylor, Emily Brady, Jan Narveson, Jason D. Morrow and Timothy Hall.