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PHIL Talk: “Exclusion endures: How Compatibilism Allows Dualists to Bypass the Causal Closure Argument,” Chris Brown (The City University of New York), H-232, 3PM May 21 (EN)

“Exclusion endures: How compatibilism allows dualists to bypass the causal closure argument” By Chris Brown (CUNY Graduate Center, Philosophy) Date: Tuesday 21st May, 2018 Time: 15:00-16:45 Place: H-232 Abstract: Jaegwon Kim maintains that his ‘exclusion argument’ forces us to accept reductive physicalism, which identifies mental and other high-level properties of […]

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MATH Seminar: “Mod-$ell$ Homotopy Type of the Classifying Space for Commutativity,” Cihan Okay (University of British Columbia), SA-141, 1:40PM May 22 (EN)

Dear Colleagues and Students, You are cordially invited to the Topology Seminar organized by the Department of Mathematics. Speaker: Cihan Okay (University of British Columbia) “Mod-$ell$ homotopy type of the classifying space for commutativity” Abstract: The classifying space for commutativity, denoted by $B_text{com} G$, of a Lie group $G$ is […]

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CS Seminar: “Model-free Methods for Inferring Networks in Molecular Biological Systems,” Prof. Mingzhou (Joe) Song (New Mexico State University), EA-409, 1:40PM May 22 (EN)

S E M I N A R: Model-free Methods for Inferring Networks in Molecular Biological Systems Prof. Mingzhou (Joe) Song New Mexico State University, USA Molecular networks that drive biological processes in most organisms remain uncharacterized due to biocomplexity. Encouraging advances in biotechnology enable measurements of hundreds of thousands of […]

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Center for Turkish Literature Symposium: “Translation and the Politics of Cosmopolitan Nativeness: On Ignatius Mouradgea d’Ohsson’s Tableau Général de l’Empire Ottoman,” Dr. Neveser Köker (Arizona State University), A-130, 5PM May 22 (EN)

Dear Colleagues and Students, On Wednesday, May 22, Dr. Neveser Köker (Arizona State University) will give the following talk, as part of the Center for Turkish Literature Speaker Series. The talk will be in English and take place in A-130 at 17.00 « Translation and the Politics of Cosmopolitan Nativeness: […]

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Seminar: “Quantification of System Reliability using the Survival Signature,” Prof. Frank Coolen (Durham University), UNAM SU-01, 1:40PM May 24 (EN)

Quantification of System Reliability using the Survival Signature Frank Coolen Professor Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University, Durham, UK The survival signature [1] is a summary of the system structure function which is sufficient for several goals in system reliability quantification. In particular for larger systems which consist of just […]

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COMD 282 Final Project Exhibition: FADA Gallery, May 23-24

Exhibition / COMD 282 FADA Gallery May 23-24, 2019 Dear Bilkent University Members, You are cordially invited to the Final Project Exhibition of COMD 282 – Media and Design Studio II. The Exhibition can be seen at FADA Gallery between the dates May 23-24, 2019.