1. Philosophy in an Age of Science Session 8B

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    Philosophy in an Age of Science: A Conference in Honor of Hilary Putnam's 85th Birthday June 2, 2011 Participants: Maria Baghramian, UCD School of Philosophy, Dublin Lynne Baker, UMASS Amherst Paul Benacerraf, Princeton University, Emeritus Alan Berger, Brandeis University, Visiting Professor at Harvard University Anat Biletzki, University of Tel Aviv, Israel and Quinnipiac University Ned Block, NYU Richard Boyd, Cornell University Mario de Caro, University of Roma Tre, Italy Stanley Cavell, Harvard University, Emeritus Gary Ebbs, Indiana University Paul Franks, Yale University Harvey Friedman, Ohio State University Maximilian de Gaynesford, University of Reading, UK Warren Goldfarb, Harvard University Richard Healey, University of Arizona Geoffrey Hellman, University of Minnesota Hilla Jacobson, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel David Macarthur, University of Sydney, Australia Tim Maudlin, Rutgers University Martha Nussbaum, University of Chicago Charles Parsons, Harvard University Carl Posy, Hebrew University Hilary Putnam, Harvard University, Emeritus Ruth Anna Putnam, Wellesley College, Emerita Nathan Salmon, UCSB Tim Scanlon, Harvard University Ben-Ami Scharfstein, Tel Aviv University, Israel Sydney Shoemaker, Cornell University Charles Travis, Philosophy Department, King's College London, The Institute of Philosophy, University of Porto Steven Wagner, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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    • Philosophy in an Age of Science Session 8A

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      Philosophy in an Age of Science: A Conference in Honor of Hilary Putnam's 85th Birthday June 2, 2011 Participants: Maria Baghramian, UCD School of Philosophy, Dublin Lynne Baker, UMASS Amherst Paul Benacerraf, Princeton University, Emeritus Alan Berger, Brandeis University, Visiting Professor at Harvard University Anat Biletzki, University of Tel Aviv, Israel and Quinnipiac University Ned Block, NYU Richard Boyd, Cornell University Mario de Caro, University of Roma Tre, Italy Stanley Cavell, Harvard University, Emeritus Gary Ebbs, Indiana University Paul Franks, Yale University Harvey Friedman, Ohio State University Maximilian de Gaynesford, University of Reading, UK Warren Goldfarb, Harvard University Richard Healey, University of Arizona Geoffrey Hellman, University of Minnesota Hilla Jacobson, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel David Macarthur, University of Sydney, Australia Tim Maudlin, Rutgers University Martha Nussbaum, University of Chicago Charles Parsons, Harvard University Carl Posy, Hebrew University Hilary Putnam, Harvard University, Emeritus Ruth Anna Putnam, Wellesley College, Emerita Nathan Salmon, UCSB Tim Scanlon, Harvard University Ben-Ami Scharfstein, Tel Aviv University, Israel Sydney Shoemaker, Cornell University Charles Travis, Philosophy Department, King's College London, The Institute of Philosophy, University of Porto Steven Wagner, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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      • Philosophy in an Age of Science Session 7

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        Philosophy in an Age of Science: A Conference in Honor of Hilary Putnam's 85th Birthday June 2, 2011 Participants: Maria Baghramian, UCD School of Philosophy, Dublin Lynne Baker, UMASS Amherst Paul Benacerraf, Princeton University, Emeritus Alan Berger, Brandeis University, Visiting Professor at Harvard University Anat Biletzki, University of Tel Aviv, Israel and Quinnipiac University Ned Block, NYU Richard Boyd, Cornell University Mario de Caro, University of Roma Tre, Italy Stanley Cavell, Harvard University, Emeritus Gary Ebbs, Indiana University Paul Franks, Yale University Harvey Friedman, Ohio State University Maximilian de Gaynesford, University of Reading, UK Warren Goldfarb, Harvard University Richard Healey, University of Arizona Geoffrey Hellman, University of Minnesota Hilla Jacobson, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel David Macarthur, University of Sydney, Australia Tim Maudlin, Rutgers University Martha Nussbaum, University of Chicago Charles Parsons, Harvard University Carl Posy, Hebrew University Hilary Putnam, Harvard University, Emeritus Ruth Anna Putnam, Wellesley College, Emerita Nathan Salmon, UCSB Tim Scanlon, Harvard University Ben-Ami Scharfstein, Tel Aviv University, Israel Sydney Shoemaker, Cornell University Charles Travis, Philosophy Department, King's College London, The Institute of Philosophy, University of Porto Steven Wagner, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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        • Philosophy in an Age of Science Session 6

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          Philosophy in an Age of Science: A Conference in Honor of Hilary Putnam's 85th Birthday June 1, 2011 Participants: Maria Baghramian, UCD School of Philosophy, Dublin Lynne Baker, UMASS Amherst Paul Benacerraf, Princeton University, Emeritus Alan Berger, Brandeis University, Visiting Professor at Harvard University Anat Biletzki, University of Tel Aviv, Israel and Quinnipiac University Ned Block, NYU Richard Boyd, Cornell University Mario de Caro, University of Roma Tre, Italy Stanley Cavell, Harvard University, Emeritus Gary Ebbs, Indiana University Paul Franks, Yale University Harvey Friedman, Ohio State University Maximilian de Gaynesford, University of Reading, UK Warren Goldfarb, Harvard University Richard Healey, University of Arizona Geoffrey Hellman, University of Minnesota Hilla Jacobson, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel David Macarthur, University of Sydney, Australia Tim Maudlin, Rutgers University Martha Nussbaum, University of Chicago Charles Parsons, Harvard University Carl Posy, Hebrew University Hilary Putnam, Harvard University, Emeritus Ruth Anna Putnam, Wellesley College, Emerita Nathan Salmon, UCSB Tim Scanlon, Harvard University Ben-Ami Scharfstein, Tel Aviv University, Israel Sydney Shoemaker, Cornell University Charles Travis, Philosophy Department, King's College London, The Institute of Philosophy, University of Porto Steven Wagner, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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          • Philosophy in an Age of Science Session 5

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            Philosophy in an Age of Science: A Conference in Honor of Hilary Putnam's 85th Birthday June 1, 2011 Participants: Maria Baghramian, UCD School of Philosophy, Dublin Lynne Baker, UMASS Amherst Paul Benacerraf, Princeton University, Emeritus Alan Berger, Brandeis University, Visiting Professor at Harvard University Anat Biletzki, University of Tel Aviv, Israel and Quinnipiac University Ned Block, NYU Richard Boyd, Cornell University Mario de Caro, University of Roma Tre, Italy Stanley Cavell, Harvard University, Emeritus Gary Ebbs, Indiana University Paul Franks, Yale University Harvey Friedman, Ohio State University Maximilian de Gaynesford, University of Reading, UK Warren Goldfarb, Harvard University Richard Healey, University of Arizona Geoffrey Hellman, University of Minnesota Hilla Jacobson, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel David Macarthur, University of Sydney, Australia Tim Maudlin, Rutgers University Martha Nussbaum, University of Chicago Charles Parsons, Harvard University Carl Posy, Hebrew University Hilary Putnam, Harvard University, Emeritus Ruth Anna Putnam, Wellesley College, Emerita Nathan Salmon, UCSB Tim Scanlon, Harvard University Ben-Ami Scharfstein, Tel Aviv University, Israel Sydney Shoemaker, Cornell University Charles Travis, Philosophy Department, King's College London, The Institute of Philosophy, University of Porto Steven Wagner, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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            • Philosophy in an Age of Science Session 4

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              Philosophy in an Age of Science: A Conference in Honor of Hilary Putnam's 85th Birthday June 1, 2011 Participants: Maria Baghramian, UCD School of Philosophy, Dublin Lynne Baker, UMASS Amherst Paul Benacerraf, Princeton University, Emeritus Alan Berger, Brandeis University, Visiting Professor at Harvard University Anat Biletzki, University of Tel Aviv, Israel and Quinnipiac University Ned Block, NYU Richard Boyd, Cornell University Mario de Caro, University of Roma Tre, Italy Stanley Cavell, Harvard University, Emeritus Gary Ebbs, Indiana University Paul Franks, Yale University Harvey Friedman, Ohio State University Maximilian de Gaynesford, University of Reading, UK Warren Goldfarb, Harvard University Richard Healey, University of Arizona Geoffrey Hellman, University of Minnesota Hilla Jacobson, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel David Macarthur, University of Sydney, Australia Tim Maudlin, Rutgers University Martha Nussbaum, University of Chicago Charles Parsons, Harvard University Carl Posy, Hebrew University Hilary Putnam, Harvard University, Emeritus Ruth Anna Putnam, Wellesley College, Emerita Nathan Salmon, UCSB Tim Scanlon, Harvard University Ben-Ami Scharfstein, Tel Aviv University, Israel Sydney Shoemaker, Cornell University Charles Travis, Philosophy Department, King's College London, The Institute of Philosophy, University of Porto Steven Wagner, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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              • Emmanuel College | Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace | Part 7 | Spring 2011 Wyant Lecture

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                The Emmanuel College spring 2011 Wyant Lecture Series featured a panel discussion with The Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace on February 8, 2011. Panelists discussed issues relating to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine. Members of the Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace co-authored the book "Israel and Palestine - Two States for Two Peoples: If Not Now, When?," published online by the Foreign Policy Association in 2010. The book seeks to explain the most salient issues of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute and to suggest policy options for addressing them. The book covers the refugee issue, settlements and borders, Jerusalem and security. All of the members of the study group believe that a two-state solution is in the best interest of the Israelis, Palestinians and the United States. The Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace includes: Alan Berger, Harvey Cox, Herbert C. Kelman, Lenore G. Martin, Everett Mendelsohn, Augustus Richard Norton, Henry Steiner and Stephen M. Walt.

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                • Emmanuel College | Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace | Part 6 | Spring 2011 Wyant Lecture

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                  The Emmanuel College spring 2011 Wyant Lecture Series featured a panel discussion with The Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace on February 8, 2011. Panelists discussed issues relating to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine. Members of the Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace co-authored the book "Israel and Palestine - Two States for Two Peoples: If Not Now, When?," published online by the Foreign Policy Association in 2010. The book seeks to explain the most salient issues of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute and to suggest policy options for addressing them. The book covers the refugee issue, settlements and borders, Jerusalem and security. All of the members of the study group believe that a two-state solution is in the best interest of the Israelis, Palestinians and the United States. The Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace includes: Alan Berger, Harvey Cox, Herbert C. Kelman, Lenore G. Martin, Everett Mendelsohn, Augustus Richard Norton, Henry Steiner and Stephen M. Walt.

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                  • Emmanuel College | Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace | Part 5 | Spring 2011 Wyant Lecture

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                    The Emmanuel College spring 2011 Wyant Lecture Series featured a panel discussion with The Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace on February 8, 2011. Panelists discussed issues relating to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine. Members of the Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace co-authored the book "Israel and Palestine - Two States for Two Peoples: If Not Now, When?," published online by the Foreign Policy Association in 2010. The book seeks to explain the most salient issues of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute and to suggest policy options for addressing them. The book covers the refugee issue, settlements and borders, Jerusalem and security. All of the members of the study group believe that a two-state solution is in the best interest of the Israelis, Palestinians and the United States. The Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace includes: Alan Berger, Harvey Cox, Herbert C. Kelman, Lenore G. Martin, Everett Mendelsohn, Augustus Richard Norton, Henry Steiner and Stephen M. Walt.

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                    • Emmanuel College | Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace | Part 4 | Spring 2011 Wyant Lecture

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                      The Emmanuel College spring 2011 Wyant Lecture Series featured a panel discussion with The Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace on February 8, 2011. Panelists discussed issues relating to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine. Members of the Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace co-authored the book "Israel and Palestine - Two States for Two Peoples: If Not Now, When?," published online by the Foreign Policy Association in 2010. The book seeks to explain the most salient issues of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute and to suggest policy options for addressing them. The book covers the refugee issue, settlements and borders, Jerusalem and security. All of the members of the study group believe that a two-state solution is in the best interest of the Israelis, Palestinians and the United States. The Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace includes: Alan Berger, Harvey Cox, Herbert C. Kelman, Lenore G. Martin, Everett Mendelsohn, Augustus Richard Norton, Henry Steiner and Stephen M. Walt.

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