A round table “Philosophy of Philosophy” with Timothy Williamson
Oct ‘10

A roundtable “Philosophy of Philosophy” was organized by the Department of the History of Foreign Philosophy at the Moscow State University and was held on October 6, 2010. The audio records are here:

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