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Professor Kieran Setiya will be our guest speaker for the spring Norton
Lecture scheduled for Friday, May 1, at 3:30 pm in Gore Hall, Room 104.
Professor Setiya teaches philosophy at MIT, working mainly in ethics, epistemology, and the philosophy of mind. He is the author of Practical Knowledge, Reasons without Rationalism, and Knowing Right From Wrong. His self-help book, Midlife: A Philosophical Guide, is available in bookstores and can be ordered online. It has been reviewed in the Economist, the Spectator, the LA Review of Books, the Wall Street Journal, and the New Yorker, and was a Times Higher Education Book of the Week. His work on midlife has been featured in Aeon, Hi-Phi Nation, Five Books, the Guardian, and the New York Times. He has also written about baseball and philosophy, philosophical progress, and the meaning of life.
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