Week 1 (28th April):
George Bealer, 'A theory of the a priori', http://pantheon.yale.edu/~gb275/TheoryofAPriori.pdf
Week 2 (5th May):
Boris Kment, 'Counterfactuals and explanation', http://mind.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/115/458/261
Week 3 (12th May):
Brian Weatherson, 'What good are counterexamples?',
Week 4 (19th May):
Antony Eagle, '‘Might’ counterfactuals' ,
Week 5 (26th May):
Mark Schroeder, 'How expressivists can and should solve their problem
Week 6 (2nd June):
Christopher Hitchcock, 'Prevention, preemption, and the Principle
of Sufficient Reason', http://philreview.dukejournals.org/cgi/reprint/116/4/495
Week 7 (9th June):
Week 8 (16th June)
The MLE (metaphysics, language, & epistemology)
Seminar will meet on Tuesdays, 2-4pm in Bostar Hall, University College.
D.Phils, B.Phils, Post-docs, and Faculty are encouraged to attend.
All readings for the seminar will be available via the MLE seminar
. For further details please contact the organisers (Natalja Deng
and Alastair Wilson).
Karen Bennett, 'Composition, colocation, and metaontology', http://www.people.cornell.edu/pages/kb383/CCMsept2007.pdf
The MLE Seminar has a blog.
Each week, we aim to post the handout and a summary of the discussions.