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Past programs are listed in chronological order, just click on the link to go to the original program
Programs for 2003
Tuesday, 11 February, Ted Sadler, “Listening to reason: prospects for philosophy today”
Tuesday, 11 March, Jim Franklin and Peter Slezak, “God and the scientific world picture."
Tuesday, 8 April, Andrew Haas, “The Critique of Power: Philosophy and War"
Tuesday, 13 May, Peter Anstey, “The Philosophy of Friendship"
Tuesday, 10 June, Workshop, "Getting the Ontological argument right"
Tuesday, 12 August, John Sutton, "The Philosophy of Dreaming"
Tuesday, 9 September, Phil Cam, "Philosophy and Children"
Tuesday, 14 October, Ros Diprose, "The Touch of Strangers: From Body Modification to Violence"
Programs for 2004
Tuesday, 10 February, Jim Franklin, "Corrupting the Youth: a history of Australian philosophy"
Tuesday, 9 March, Mark Weblin on John Anderson
Tuesday, 13 April, John Sutton, "The Philosophy of Dreaming #2"
Tuesday, 11 May, Patricia Petersen, "Philosophy of Sex: pornography, censorship and related matters"
Tuesday, 8 June, Workshop on Free will and determinism
Tuesday, 10 August, Zig-Zag debate on freewill and determinism
Tuesday, 14 September, Huw Price, "CAN THE FUTURE AFFECT THE PAST?"
Tuesday 12 October, Paul Comrie-Thomson, "How do you know how you feel?"
Programs for 2005
Tuesday 8 February, Dr Adrian Heathcote, "Quantum Dusk at Cubist Castle"
Tuesday 8 March, Jim Franklin, "Who was David Stove?"
Tuesday 12 April, Anne Newstead, "Saying, Showing & Knowing: On Responding to Scepticism with Action"
Tuesday 10 May, Gerry Nolan, "Og and the mammoths", the Philosophy of Mathematics
Tuesday 14 June, Workshop on "Causation"
Tuesday 9 August, Peter Menzies "Mental Causation in the Physical World"
Tuesday 13 September: Dr Mark Weblin: "Gnosticism and the Tarot"
Tuesday 11 October: Dr Adrian Heathcote: 'Untangling the Paradoxical World '.
Programs for 2006
Tuesday 14 February: Dr Jim Franklin: "Ethics"
Tuesday 14 March: Rafe Champion "Karl Popper and his philosophy"
Tuesday 11 April: Dr Phil Cam spoke on "Inquiry as a way of life".
Tuesday 9 May: Gerry Nolan questioned the current interpretations of "Dispositions".
Tuesday 13 June: Workshop on "The identity of objects and people".
Tuesday 11 July: Dr Karyn Lai on "Chinese Philosophy" focussing on philosophical reasoning in the Zhuangzi.
Tuesday 08 August: Dr Adrian Heathcote on "Enigmas of Identity" and why the use-mention fallacy has caused so many problems in philosophy, including the problem of personal identity.

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