[SydPhil] USyd Wednesday Seminar Series

Seb Sg sequoiah at gmail.com
Thu Aug 1 15:03:01 AEST 2019

Mark Schroeder (USC)

Location: Muniment Room

Time: 15:30 - 17:00
Title: Relationship Pathologies Abstract: This talk will be about how
people – even well-meaning people – can fail to understand one another in
ways that are systematically difficult to escape. The systematic lack of
understanding in which I am interested is plausibly manifested in the
extreme political polarization that we see in the twenty-first century. But
it is also plausibly manifested is less extreme forms even within loving
relationships. My goal in the talk is to offer a rationalizing explanation
of one way in which such mutual misunderstandings can manifest – one that
makes intelligible how even loving and well-meaning people can fail to
fully understand one another. The key ingredient in this explanation is an
account of a novel and underappreciated kind of silencing.

Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson
Lecturer in Logic, Epistemology, and Metaphysics
Postgraduate Study Advisor
Department of Philosophy
Main Quad A14, University of Sydney
NSW 2006, Australia
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