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The John Locke Lectures are among the world's most distinguished lecture series in philosophy. The series began in 1950 and are given once a year.

The John Locke Lectures are among the world's most distinguished lecture series in philosophy. The series began in 1950 and are given once a year.
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The John Locke Lectures are among the world's most distinguished lecture series in philosophy. The series began in 1950 and are given once a year.

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2011 Lecture 4: Platonism as a Way of Life

7/6/2011
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Fourth and final lecture in the 2011 John Locke lecture series. Philosophy is a demanding intellectual discipline, with many facets: logic, epistemology, philosophy of nature and science, metaphysics, ethics, political philosophy, philosophy of art, rhetoric, philosophy of language and mind. But a long tradition of ancient Greek philosophers, beginning with Socrates, made their philosophies also complete ways of life. For them reason, perfected by philosophy-not religion, not cultural...

Duration:01:05:57

2011 Lecture 3: The Stoic Way of Life

7/6/2011
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Third lecture in the 2011 John Locke Lecture Series. Philosophy is a demanding intellectual discipline, with many facets: logic, epistemology, philosophy of nature and science, metaphysics, ethics, political philosophy, philosophy of art, rhetoric, philosophy of language and mind. But a long tradition of ancient Greek philosophers, beginning with Socrates, made their philosophies also complete ways of life. For them reason, perfected by philosophy-not religion, not cultural traditions and...

Duration:01:01:04

2011 Lecture 2: Aristotle's Philosophy as Two Ways of Life

7/6/2011
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Second lecture in the 2011 John Locke Lecture Series. Philosophy is a demanding intellectual discipline, with many facets: logic, epistemology, philosophy of nature and science, metaphysics, ethics, political philosophy, philosophy of art, rhetoric, philosophy of language and mind. But a long tradition of ancient Greek philosophers, beginning with Socrates, made their philosophies also complete ways of life. For them reason, perfected by philosophy-not religion, not cultural traditions and...

Duration:01:00:01

2011 Lecture 1: Philosophy in Antiquity as a Way of Life

7/6/2011
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Part of the 2011 John Locke Lecture Series; this year presented by Professor John Cooper, Princeton University, on 'Ancient Greek Philosophies as a Way of Life'. Philosophy is a demanding intellectual discipline, with many facets: logic, epistemology, philosophy of nature and science, metaphysics, ethics, political philosophy, philosophy of art, rhetoric, philosophy of language and mind. But a long tradition of ancient Greek philosophers, beginning with Socrates, made their philosophies...

Duration:00:59:28

2009 Lecture 5: Normative Structures

12/20/2010
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Fifth and final lecture in the 2009 John Locke lectures entitled Being Realistic about Reasons.

Duration:00:59:34

2009 Lecture 4: Epistemological Problems

12/20/2010
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Fourth lecture in the 2009 John Locke Lecture series entitled Being Realistic about Reasons.

Duration:00:59:14

2009 Lecture 3: Motivation and the Appeal of Expressivism

12/20/2010
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Third lecture in the 2009 John Locke lecture series entitled Being Realistic about Reasons.

Duration:00:50:55

2009 Lecture 2: Normativity and Metaphysics

12/20/2010
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Second lecture in the 2009 John Locke lectures entitled Being Realistic about Reasons.

Duration:00:52:00

2009 Lecture 1: Being Realistic about Reasons Introduction

12/20/2010
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First lecture of the 2009 John Locke Lectures entitled 'Being Realistic about Reasons.

Duration:00:54:57

2010 Lecture 6: Whither the Aufbau?

12/15/2010
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Sixth and final lecture in the John Locke lecture series entitled Constructing the World.

Duration:01:09:14

2010 Lecture 5: Hard Cases: Mathematics, Normativity, Ontology, Intentionality

12/15/2010
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Fifth lecture in the 2010 John Locke lecture series entitled Constructing the World.

Duration:01:04:33

2010 Lecture 4: Revisability and Conceptual Change: Carnap vs. Quine

12/15/2010
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Fourth lecture in the 2010 John Locke lecture series entitled Constructing the World.

Duration:01:02:57

2010 Lecture 3: The Case for A Priori Scrutability

12/15/2010
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Third lecture in the 2010 John Locke lecture series entitled Constructing the World.

Duration:01:03:54

2010 Lecture 2: The Cosmoscope Argument

12/15/2010
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Second lecture in the 2010 John Locke lecture series entitled 'Constructing the World'.

Duration:01:03:42

2010 Lecture 1: A Scrutable World

12/15/2010
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First Lecture in the 2010 John Locke Lecture series entitled Constructing the World.

Duration:01:16:23

2008 Lecture 6: The Revisability Puzzle Revisited.

7/24/2008
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This is the sixth lecture in the 2008 John Locke Lecture series entitled 'Logic, Normativity, and Rational Revisability'.

Duration:00:56:25

2008 Lecture 5: Epistemology without Metaphysics

7/24/2008
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This is the fifth lecture in the 2008 John Locke Lecture series entitled 'Logic, Normativity, and Rational Revisability'.

Duration:01:04:49

2008 Lecture 4: Is that Really Revising Logic?

7/24/2008
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This is the fourth lecture in the 2008 John Locke Lecture series entitled 'Logic, Normativity, and Rational Revisability'.

Duration:00:57:38

2008 Lecture 3: A Case for the Rational Revisability of Logic.

7/24/2008
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This is the third lecture in the 2008 John Locke Lecture series entitled 'Logic, Normativity, and Rational Revisability'.

Duration:01:00:40

2008 Lecture 2: What is the Normative Role of Logic?

7/24/2008
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This is the second lecture in the 2008 John Locke Lecture series entitled 'Logic, Normativity, and Rational Revisability'.

Duration:01:09:37