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Northwestern Philosophy Workshop: “Nineteenth-Century German Philosophy Of Mind”

Philosophers at Northwestern University helped me with my paper on nineteenth-century German philosophy of mind. While I was there, I also had a lively discussion about expertise and Plato’s Ion, as a guest in Rachel Zuckert’s aesthetics course.   Here are some photos; the first few are from the class; the last couple, from the workshop.

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Philosophy of Mind in Nineteenth-Century German Philosophy

A draft of Philosophy of Mind in Nineteenth-Century, forthcoming in “Oxford Handbook of Nineteenth-Century German Philosophy,” edited by Michael Forster and Kristin Gjesdal.