[SydPhil] Notification: Philosophy Department Seminar: Pamela Robinson (ANU) @ Wed 28 Apr 2021 15:30 - 17:00 (AEST) (Seminars)

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Title: Philosophy Department Seminar: Pamela Robinson (ANU)
The next philosophy department seminar will take place on 28 April at  
3:30pm. Our speaker will be Pamela Robinson (ANU). This will be a  
hybrid seminar. If you would like to attend Pamela's talk in person, you  
must register on  
Eventbrite: https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/qyxwCgZ0N1iAGp85gHND5Ng?domain=eventbrite.com.au's  
limited seating, so please register quickly if you want to attend!The talk  
will be in the Muniment Room, in the Quadrangle. Please find more  
details about the talk and a Zoom link below.----------------Pamela  
Robinson (ANU)To What Extent Are We Left in the Dark About What to  
Do?Abstract: Normative internalists and externalists disagree about  
things like whether, if you ought to do something, it must be that you’re  
able to tell that you ought to do it. Normative internalism is most  
naturally defined in a way that requires at least some normative states to  
be luminous—such that, necessarily, if you’re in them then you can tell  
that you are. Since no interesting normative states are luminous, I propose  
a next best version of normative internalism. It doesn’t require  
luminosity, but comes close, and therefore promises to accommodate almost  
as many internalist intuitions. However, given plausible assumptions about  
anti-luminosity, it entails something radical: that the set of all  
normative facts is uncodifiable. In fact, this is precisely how it manages  
to accommodate so many internalist intuitions. And I argue that it isn’t a  
good reason to reject it.----------------michael.nielsen at sydney.edu.au is  
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When: Wed 28 Apr 2021 15:30 – 17:00 Eastern Australia Time - Sydney
Where: The Muniment Room
Calendar: Seminars
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