The Amherst Lecture In Philosophy.


Lecture 16, 2023

“Situated Knowledge and Situated Values: Co-Designing Social Justice”
Sally Haslanger
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Lecture 15, 2022

“The Importance of Being Partial: The Constructive Role of Bias in Human Life”
Louise Antony
University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Lecture 14, 2019

“Autonomy, Consciousness, and Freedom”
Daniel C. Dennett
Tufts University

Lecture 13, 2018

“Other to Self: Finding Love on the Path to Moral Agency”
Barbara Herman
University of California, Los Angeles

Lecture 12, 2017

“What Are Moral Reasons?”
Stephen Darwall
Yale University

Lecture 11, 2016

“Aesthetic Responsibility”
Susan Wolf
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Lecture 10, 2015

“How to Get a Norm from a Speech Act”
Rae Langton
University of Cambridge

Lecture 9, 2014

“The Quest for Free Labor”
Elizabeth Anderson
University of Michigan

Lecture 8, 2013

“Panpsychism and Panprotopsychism”
David J. Chalmers
Australian National University, New York University

Lecture 7, 2012

“Perception, Representation, Language”
Frank Jackson
Princeton University, The Australian National University, La Trobe University

Lecture 6, 2011

“Some Remarks on Intention in Action”
John McDowell
University of Pittsburgh

Lecture 5, 2010

“Reflections on the Evolution of Morality”
Christine M. Korsgaard
Harvard University

Lecture 4, 2009

“Probability and Danger”
Timothy Williamson
Oxford University

Lecture 3, 2008

“Inadvertence and Responsibility”
Harry G. Frankfurt
Princeton University

Lecture 2, 2007

“ ‘Borges and I’ and ‘I’ ”
John Perry
Stanford University

Lecture 1, 2006

“So It Goes”
J. David Velleman
New York University