Departmental Events

Early visitors to the Bilkent include Donald Davidson, Ruth Barcan Marcus, and Bernard Williams. More recently visitors to the department include Timothy Williamson, G.A. Cohen, Jonathan Wolff, Sarah Broadie, Keith Lehrer, Julia Driver, Tim Crane, Frederick Schauer, Kimberley Brownlee, Zoltán Gendler Szabó Anita Avramides, Paul Guyer, Jonathan Dancy, Hong Yu Wong, Ernie Lapore, and David Chalmers.

 

Talks MBB Seminars Conferences Undergraduate Conferences Student Activities
  • MBB seminar, Ercument Cicek

    MBB seminar, Ercument Cicek

    Ercument Cicek (Bilkent, Computer Engineering) “ST-Steiner: A Spatio-Temporal Gene Discovery Algorithm.” Date: Wednesday, 27 March, 2019 Time: 1240 – 1330  Place: A-130 Organized by the Mind, Brain and Behavior Research Group at Bilkent University. Abstract: Whole exome sequencing […]

     
  • Student Activity, Philosophy Film Night

    Student Activity, Philosophy Film Night

    MEMENTO A man is determined to find justice after the loss of a loved one, even though he is incapable of fully remembering the crime, in this offbeat thriller. Leonard […]

     
  • Philosophy colloquium, Jack Woods

    Philosophy colloquium, Jack Woods

    “The Disunity of Truth as a Working Hypothesis” By Jack Woods (Leeds, Philosophy) (co-author, Dan Waxman) Date: Friday, 5th April, 2019  Time: 1100-1230  Place: H-232 Abstract:  Many contemporary philosophers are engaged […]

     
  • Philosophy colloquium, Lisa Shapiro

    Philosophy colloquium, Lisa Shapiro

    “The Challenges of Being a Thinking Thing” By Lisa C. Shapiro (Simon Fraser University, Philosophy) Date: Friday, 12 April, 2019 Time: 1100-1230 Place: H-232 Abstract: What is it to be […]

     
  • MBB Seminar, Hannah Read

    MBB Seminar, Hannah Read

    Hannah Read (Duke, Philosophy) “Empathy Education: A Response to Affective Polarization.” Date: Wednesday, 17 April, 2019 Time: 1240 – 1330  Place: tbd Organized by the Mind, Brain and Behavior Research Group […]

     
  • 3rd Bilkent Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

    3rd Bilkent Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

    3rd Bilkent Undergraduate Students Philosophy Conference will be held on Saturday April 20 at Bilkent University, Turkey.  Conference website: click here. Call for abstracts: click here.

     
  • Philosophy colloquium, Katalin Balog

    Philosophy colloquium, Katalin Balog

    “Either/or: subjectivity, objectivity, and value” By Katalin Balog (Rutgers, Philosophy) Date: Wednesday, 15 May, 2019 Time: 1640-1800 Place: tba Abstract: I propose a novel framework in philosophical psychology – one […]

     
  • Conference: Recent Trends in the Philosophy of Biology

    Conference: Recent Trends in the Philosophy of Biology

    Philosophy of biology is a field of study that aims to solve conceptual puzzles within the biomedical sciences, as well as illuminate traditional questions in philosophy by appealing to biological […]

     
  • Conference: Exploring the Mind’s Eye – An Interdisciplinary Conference on Imagination

    Conference: Exploring the Mind’s Eye – An Interdisciplinary Conference on Imagination

    Imagination is at the center of contemporary debates in the philosophy of mind. The ontological status of mental imagery, the epistemological status of imagined possibilities, and the relationship between imaginative […]

     
 

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