Thursday, October 18th
|6:30 pm-8:00 pm|| Henry Hudson Room (Fn301)|
"Myths of Freedom and Responsibility: How People Think about Free Will and How It Matters for Moral Judgment”
Professor Bertram Malle's research examines the cognitive tools that humans bring to social interaction (often called "social cognition"), especially the capacity to recognize intentional actions, make inferences about other people's mental states, and explain people's behavior. Another focus is on how those cognitive tools figure in moral judgment, especially blame. Other topics of interest include people's conceptions of free will and the relation between social cognition and language.
|7:00 pm-8:30 pm|| Alcove 1|
|8:00 pm-10:00 pm|| Nelly Goletti Theatre|
This fall Marist Theatre/MCCTA will perform Peter Barnes's play "Red Noses," a comedy about the black death in the fourteenth century. The play depicts a priest traveling across medieval France with a band of fools that offer holy assistance to plague victims. It is directed by Jim Steinmeyer.
|8:00 pm-9:15 pm|| Cabaret|
|9:00 pm-11:00 pm|| SC348|
|Sep 10th-Oct 27th|| |
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