September 23: Virginia Valian, (Hunter College and CUNY Graduate Center), "Still Too Slow: The Advancement of Women"
September 26: New York Institute of Philosophy Event: Elizabeth Fricker (Magdalen College, Oxford), "Inference to the Best Explanation and the Receipt of Testimony: Testimonial Reductionism Vindicated"
September 29: Center for Mind, Brain, and Consciousness Events: Brian Nosek (University of Virginia); Jason Mitchell (Harvard University), Debate: "Do replication projects cast doubt on many published results in psychology?"
October 3: SWIP-Analytic: Berit Brogaard, Professor and Director of the Brogaard Lab for Multisensory Research (University of Miami), SWIP presents: "In defense of hearing meanings"
October 7: General Colloquium: Fiona MacPherson (Glasgow), "Redefining Illusion and Hallucination in Light of New Cases"
October 14 – October 15: Center for Mind, Brain and Consciousness 2016 Conference: Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
October 28: General Colloquium: Craig Callender (UCSD), "Time Lost, Time Regained"
November 11 – November 12: 2016 Conference on Issues in Modern Philosophy
November 18: Brown Bag Talk: Michael Caie (University of Pittsburgh), "Agreement and Updating for Self-Locating Belief"
November 18: General Colloquium: Zoltan Szabo (Yale), "Semantic Categories"
December 9: Conference, Mini-Workshop in Philosophy of Physics
December 10– December 11: Ancient Philosophy Conference, Workshop on Aristotle's Metaphysics
February 10: New York Institute of Philosophy Biennial Public Lecture: Gideon Rosen (Princeton University), “Rage Against the Machine: Anger as a Political Emotion”
February 23: Undergraduate Majors Open House: Philosophers Watch TV Too. Come find out why
February 24: Annual Diversity Lecture: Sally Haslanger (MIT), "Increasing Diversity by Thinking Differently? Reflections on Philosophical Method."
March 1: Rebecca Goldstein, "What Am I Doing, And Why: A Dialogue between Philosophy and English"
March 23: NYU Ethics Forum: Jada Strabbing (Fordham University), "Responsibility and Normative Moral Theories"
March 24: General Colloquium: Jennifer Nagel (Toronto), "Attitudes and Biases, Implicit and Explicit"
April 1: 17th Annual NYU-Columbia Graduate Conference in Philosophy, Keynote: Karen Jones (University of Melbourne)
April 7: Department Colloquium: Hannah Ginsborg (Berkeley), "Going On As One Ought: Kripke and Wittgenstein on the Normativity of Meaning"
April 17: Center for Mind, Brain & Consciousness Debate: Is There Unconscious Perception?
April 14: Brown Bag Talk: Tim Button (Cambridge University), "Internal categoricity and internal realism in the philosophy of mathematics"
April 20: NYU Ethics Forum: Liam Murphy (NYU), "Illusory Moral Rules: How Law Misleads us about Morality"
April 21: Department Colloquium: Johann Frick (Princeton), "Conditional Reasons and the Procreation Asymmetry"
April 22: A Conference Celebrating the Work of Stephen Schiffer
April 28: Annual Mala Kamm Lecture: Thomas Hurka (University of Toronto), "More Seriously Wrong, More Importantly Right"
May 3: NYU Ethics Forum: Andrew Franklin-Hall (University of Toronto), ""Remaining True to Ourselves: Dementia, Value Change, and Well-Being"
May 10: Brown Bag Lunch Talk: Hans-Johann Glock (University of Zurich), "Indeterminacy of content: the really hard problem about animal intentionality"
May 12-13: Center for Mind, Brain & Consciousness Event: Head CASE: Consciousness and Semantic Externalism
May 20-21: New York Institute of Philosophy Workshop: Metaphysics in Higher-Order Languages