"Are the senses silent?" - second lecture delivered by Professor John H. McDowell at the 2013 Agnes Cuming Lectures and Seminar, hosted by the UCD School of Philosophy, 23--25 April.
Distinguished University Professor of Philosophy in the Pittsburgh School of Arts and Sciences, John H. McDowell has held visiting appointments at Harvard University, the University of Michigan, UCLA, and Princeton University. He is a Fellow of the British Academy (elected in 1983), a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (elected in 1992), and a recipient of the Andrew Mellon Foundation Distinguished Achievement Award (2010).
Before taking up his current post at the University of Pittsburgh in 1986, Professor McDowell taught at University College Oxford.
His book, Mind and World (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1994), originally delivered as John Locke Lectures at Oxford, is seen by many philosophers as one of the finest philosophical works of the past-half century.
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