The Human Flourishing Program and the Department of Philosophy at Harvard University cordially invite you to join Agnes Callard (University of Chicago) for a philosophical investigation of conversation, controversy, and disagreement. Professor Callard’s lecture will be followed by a time of Q&A. Students are welcome. This is an in-person event organized as part of "Disagreeing Agreeably" Series organized by The Human Flourishing Program, on Thursday, September 9, from 4:30 to 6:00 in Emerson Hall 101.
Agnes Callard is an Associate Professor in Philosophy at the University of Chicago. She received her BA from the University of Chicago in 1997 and her PhD from Berkeley in 2008. Her primary areas of specialization are Ancient Philosophy and Ethics. She is the author of Aspiration: The Agency of Becoming (Oxford, 2018) and a regular column in The Point Magazine. She is also the creator of the popular “Night Owls” series of late-night philosophical discussions for Chicago undergraduates.
Time: Thursday, September 9th from 4:30 – 6:00 PM.
Location: Emerson Hall 101
In keeping with Harvard policies, face coverings will be required. For more information on Covid requirements, visit https://www.ehs.harvard.edu/.
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