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PALMER HOUSE HILTON HOTEL

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
FEBRUARY 26 MARCH 1, 2014
The American Philosophical Association
CENTRAL DIVISION
ONE HUNDRE D E L E VE NT H
ANNUAL ME E T I NG
PROGRA M
HUMOR AND THE GOOD LIFE
IN MODERN PHILOSOPHY
Shaftesbury, Hamann, Kierkegaard
Lydia B. Amir
THINKING THE POETIC MEASURE
OF JUSTICE
HlderlinHeideggerCelan
Charles Bambach
GOODBYE, KANT!
What Still Stands of the
Critique of Pure Reason
Maurizio Ferraris
Richard Davies, translator
THINKING THROUGH THOMAS MERTON
Contemplation for Contemporary Times
Robert Inchausti
LISTENING TO OURSELVES
A Multilingual Anthology
of African Philosophy
Chike Jeffers, editor
Foreword by Ngu!gi! wa Thiongo
HANS JONASS ETHIC
OF RESPONSIBILITY
From Ontology to Ecology
Theresa Morris
AFRICA, ASIA, AND THE HISTORY
OF PHILOSOPHY
Racism in the Formation of the
Philosophical Canon, 17801830
Peter K. J. Park
MOTHERING QUEERLY,
QUEERING MOTHERHOOD
Resisting Monomaternalism in Adoptive,
Lesbian, Blended, and Polygamous Families
Shelley M. Park
THE WORLDS GREAT WISDOM
Timeless Teachings from Religions
and Philosophies
Roger Walsh, editor

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Christopher Morgan-Knapp, editor
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A Journal of Continental Feminism
Lynne Huffer and Shannon Winnubst, editors
PALIMPSEST
A Journal on Women, Gender,
and the Black International
T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting and
Tiffany Ruby Patterson-Myers, editors
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26
PLACEMENT SERVICE
Information: 3:0010:00 p.m., registration area (sixth oor)
Interview tables: 3:0010:00 p.m., Monroe Ballroom (sixth oor)
REGISTRATION
3:0010:00 p.m., registration area (sixth oor)
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
7:0010:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, 4:007:00 P.M.
MAIN PROGRAM SESSIONS
I-A. Invited Symposium: Naturalistic Theories of Propositions
Chair: Jerey Speaks (University of Notre Dame)
Speakers: Peter W. Hanks (University of MinnesotaTwin Cities)
Scott Soames (University of Southern California)
Commentator: Friederike Moltmann (CNRS Paris)
I-B. Invited Symposium: Well-Being
Chair: Sean Drysdale Walsh (University of Minnesota
Duluth)
Speakers: Chris Heathwood (University of ColoradoBoulder)
Connie S. Rosati (University of Arizona)
Ben Bradley (Syracuse University)
I-C. Author Meets Critics: Duncan Pritchard, Epistemological
Disjunctivism
Chair: Daniel Gross (Ohio State University)
Critics: Ram Neta (University of North CarolinaChapel Hill)
Clayton M. Littlejohn (University of TexasSan Antonio)
Sanford Goldberg (Northwestern University)
Author: Duncan Pritchard (University of Edinburgh)
I-D. Submitted Symposium
**Short session: ends at 6:00 p.m.**
Chair: Julie Ward (Loyola University Chicago)
Speaker: Douglass Reed (University of Virginia)
Aristotle on Degrees and Heroic Virtue
Commentator: Paula Gottlieb (University of WisconsinMadison)
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Wednesday Evening, February 26: 7:009:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, 7:009:00 P.M.
GROUP PROGRAM SESSIONS
GI-1. Max Scheler Society
Chair: Eugene Kelly (New York Institute of Technology)
Speakers: Tommaso Peronne (Universit del Salento, Italy)
Husserls Logic of Valuing and Its Relation to
Schelers Intentional Analysis of Aective Perception
Roberta De Monticelli (Universit Vita-Salute San
Raaele, Milan)
Wholes, Parts, and Values: A Phenomenological
Argument in Defense of Axiological Realism
Commentator: Eugene Kelly (New York Institute of Technology)
GI-2. American Society for Value Inquiry
Topic: Non-violence and Values
Chair: G. John M. Abbarno (DYouville College)
Speakers: Barry Gan (St. Bonaventure University)
Syria, Violence, and Non-violence
Patricia Ann Murphy (St. Josephs University)
Arguing for Drones and Other Good News about
Non-violence
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27
PLACEMENT SERVICE
Information: 8:30 a.m.5:30 p.m., registration area (sixth oor)
Interview tables: 8:30 a.m.5:30 p.m., Monroe Ballroom (sixth oor)
REGISTRATION
8:30 a.m.5:30 p.m., registration area (sixth oor)
BOOK EXHIBITS
9:00 a.m.5:00 p.m., Adams Ballroom (sixth oor)
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Thursday Morning, February 27: 9:00 a.m.noon
THURSDAY MORNING, 9:00 A.M.NOON
GROUP PROGRAM SESSIONS
GII-1. Association for Philosophy of Judaism
Speaker: Josef Stern (University of Chicago)
The Epistemology of Prophecy: The False Prophet, the
Parable of Mount Sinai, and the Maimonidean Circle
Commentator: Dani Rabinowitz (Oxford University)
Speaker: Shira Weiss (Yeshiva University)
Can Love Be Reasonless? A Philosophic Analysis of
Divine Love
Commentator: To be announced
Speaker: Yonatan Brafman (Columbia University)
Philosophy of Halakha and Moral Theory:
Normativity and Motivation
Commentator: To be announced
GII-2. American Society for Value Inquiry
Topic: Ethics of Business and Higher Education
Chair: Thomas Magnell (Drew University)
Speakers: George Schedler (Southern Illinois University
Carbondale)
Public Higher Education as Business
Jesse Taylor (Appalachian State University)
A Moral Critique of Business Models for Higher
Education
Stephen Kershnar (SUNY Fredonia)
Shareholder Theory in Academia
GII-3. Max Scheler Society
Chair: Eric Mohr (Duquesne University)
Speakers: Thomas Ruble (Southern Illinois UniversityCarbondale)
Fantastic Love of the World: On the Metaphysics of
Redemption
Saboura Hajialiorakpour (University of Tehran)
Schelers Phenomenology of Love and the Modern
Crisis of Culture
Evrim Kutlu (Universitt Kln)
The Signicance of the Saint in the Process of God-
Actualization in Max Schelers Philosophy
Susan Gottlber (National University of Ireland,
Maynooth)
The Value of Beauty: Scheler on the Importance of
Art
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Thursday Morning, February 27: 9:00 a.m.noon
GII-4. Society for Philosophy in the Contemporary World
Chair: Jack Weir (Morehead State University)
GII-5. Society for the Philosophic Study of the Contemporary Visual Arts
Topic: Philosophy of Art
Chair: Dan Flory (Montana State University)
Speakers: H. Peter Steeves (DePaul University)
Visualizing the Abstract: Phenomenology and the
Concept of Conceptual Art
Wesley D. Cray (Grand Valley State University)
A Philosophical Enfranchisement of Yellowism
Alexander Robins (Emory University)
Peirce as Photographer
GII-6. William James Society
Topic: William James and Habit
Speakers: James Hitt (Saginaw Valley State University)
Habit and Social Institutions
Philip Mack (Marquette University)
In Praise of Habit
Sarin Marchetti (University College, Dublin)
Unfamiliar Habits: James and the Ethics and Politics
of Self-Experimentation
Commentator: Tadd Ruetenik (Saint Ambrose University)
GII-7. Society for Analytical Feminism
Chair: Robin S. Dillon (Lehigh University)
Speaker: Dan Lopez de Sa (ICREA-Universitat de Barcelona)
Women Can Be People: A Response to Witts
Metaphysics of Gender
Commentator: Julinna Oxley (Coastal Carolina University)
Speaker: Mari Mikkola (Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin)
Pornographic Artifacts: Makers-Intentions Models
Commentator: Louise Antony (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
Speaker: Zac Cogley (Northern Michigan University)
Blaming the Victim
Commentator: Anita Superson (University of Kentucky)
GII-8. Society for the Philosophic Study of Genocide and the Holocaust
Topic: Ethnonationalism, World Spirit, Genocide
Chair: James R. Watson (Loyola University New Orleans)
Speakers: Morgan Rempel (University of Southern Mississippi)
Posen, Ethnonationalism, and the Morality of
Genocide
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Thursday Morning, February 27: 9:00 a.m.noon
Eric Katz (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Technology, Environment, and the Swastika: The
Domination of Nature and Genocide
Andr Mineau (University of Quebec at Rimouski)
American Jewish Responses to German
Ethnonationalism
GII-9. Society for the Study of the History of Analytical Philosophy
Topic: Kantian Problems in Early Analytic Philosophy
Chair: Sandra Lapointe (McMaster University)
Speakers: Nicholas F. Stang (University of Miami)
Kant, Russell, and the Unity of the Proposition
Jack Woods (Princeton University/Bilkent University)
A Judgment Forced upon Us: Poincar on Intuition
and Mathematical Induction
Lydia Patton (Virginia Tech)
Space and Methodology in Helmholtz, Mach, and
Kant
Clinton Tolley (University of CaliforniaSan Diego)
Geometry and the Possibility of Synthetic A Priori
Cognition in the Early Carnap
GII-10. American Society for Aesthetics
Topic: Behind Theatrical Performance
Speakers: Susan L. Feagin (Temple University)
Play Scripts and Dramatic Literature
James R. Hamilton (Kansas State University)
Spectating Animated Objects
David Z. Saltz (Georgia State University)
Robotic Actors
Paul Woodru (University of TexasAustin)
The Sacraments of Performance
GII-11. George Santayana Society
Chair: Jessica Tabor Wahmann (Emory University)
Speakers: Antonio Rionda (University of Miami)
Santayanas Philosophic Exile
William Gahan (Rockford University)
Santayana on Shakespeare
Commentator: Matthew Flamm (Rockford College)
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Thursday Afternoon, February 27: 12:102:10 p.m.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, 12:102:10 P.M.
MAIN PROGRAM SESSIONS
II-A. Invited Paper: Matter in Aristotle
Chair: Sean Kelsey (University of Notre Dame)
Speaker: David Ebrey (Northwestern University)
Commentator: Riin Sirkel (University of Vermont)
II-B. Invited Paper: The Province of Human Agency
Chair: Kevin Lepore (Elmhurst College)
Speaker: Anton Ford (University of Chicago)
Commentator: Jennifer Morton (City University of New York)
II-C. Invited Paper: Carnap on Modality
Chair: Edwin Mares (Victoria University of Wellington)
Speaker: M. J. Cresswell (Victoria University of Wellington)
Commentator: Sanford Shieh (Wesleyan University)
II-D. Submitted Symposium
Chair: Timothy Fuller (Yonsei University, Korea)
Speaker: Chris Smith (Wake Forest University)
The Explanatory Power of High-Level Perceptual
Content
Commentator: Michael A. Rescorla (University of CaliforniaSanta
Barbara)
II-E. Submitted Symposium
Chair: Kevan Edwards (Syracuse University)
Speakers: Ben Caplan (Ohio State University) and Chris Tillman
(University of Manitoba)
Not the Optimistic Type
Commentator: Dilip Ninan (Tufts University)
II-F. Submitted Symposium
Chair: Fabrice Pataut (CNRS, FRE Sciences, Normes,
Dcision)
Speaker: John A. Keller (Niagara University)
Paraphrase, Semantics, and Ontology
Commentator: Michael J. Glanzberg (Northwestern University)
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Thursday Afternoon, February 27: 12:102:10 p.m. (cont.)
II-H. Submitted Symposium
Chair: Mark Hopwood (University of Chicago)
Speaker: Kenneth Silver (University of Southern California)
The Constitution of Action
Commentator: Andrei A. Buckare (Marist College)
II-I. Submitted Symposium
Chair: Brad Weslake (University of Rochester)
Speaker: Nick Kroll (Franklin and Marshall College)
Temporal Passage and Events in Progress
Commentator: Natalja Deng (University of Notre Dame)
II-J. Colloquium: Moral Psychology
12:101:10 p.m. A Plague on Both Your Houses: Situationism, Virtue
Ethics, and the Importance of Self-Control and
Perseverance Traits in Moral Psychology
Chair: Meena Krishnamurthy (University of Manitoba)
Speaker: Matthew C. Haug (College of William & Mary)
Commentator: Nicole Smith (University of TexasAustin)
1:102:10 p.m. Utilitarianism, Intuitions, Rationality, and
Neuroscience
Chair: Jason R. Raibley (California State UniversityLong
Beach)
Speakers: Patricia A. Marino (University of Waterloo)
Rosalind Abdool (University of Waterloo)
Commentator: Preston J. Werner (Syracuse University)
II-K. APA Committee Session: Funding for Philosophy: Institute for
Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, Notre Dame
Arranged by the APA Committee on Lectures, Publications, and
Research
Chair: Rebecca Kukla (Georgetown University)
Speaker: Susanne Mueller-Grote (Philosophy Documentation
Center)
II-L. APA Committee Session: Buddhism as Philosophy in Korea
Arranged by the APA Committee on the Status of Asian and Asian-
American Philosophers and Philosophies
Chair: Halla Kim (University of NebraskaOmaha)
Speakers: Eunsu Cho (Seoul National University)
Mind and Reality in Wonhyos Philosophy
Jin Y. Park (American University)
Envisioning Buddhist Ethics
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Thursday Afternoon, February 27: 12:102:10 p.m. (cont.)
II-M. APA Committee Session
Arranged by the APA Committee on the Status of Black Philosophers
Topic: William R. Jones
II-N. APA Committee Session: Attracting Women Philosophy Majors
Arranged by the APA Committee on the Status of Women
Speakers: Morgan Thompson (University of Pittsburgh)
Changing Our Syllabi and Explaining Philosophys
Relevance
Toni Adleberg (University of CaliforniaSan Diego)
Providing Role Models for Young Philosophers
Erin Fitzsimmons (Colby College)
Title to be announced
Najah Magliore (Colby College)
Title to be announced
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, 2:205:20 P.M.
MAIN PROGRAM SESSIONS
III-A. Invited Symposium: Appearances
Chair: Claire MacCumhaill (Durham University)
Speakers: Michael Martin (University of CaliforniaBerkeley/
University College, London)
Susanna Siegel (Harvard University)
Imogen Dickie (University of Toronto)
III-B. Invited Symposium: Feminist Metaphysics
Chair: Jennifer McKitrick (University of NebraskaLincoln)
Speakers: sta Sveinsdttir (San Francisco State University)
Social Properties
Natalie Stoljar (McGill University)
Between Voluntarism and Ascriptivism: A Response
to Charlotte Witts Notion of the Social Individual
Mari Mikkola (Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin)
Doing Ontology and Doing Justice: Meta-
Metaphysical Lessons from Feminist Philosophy
III-C. Invited Symposium: Reassessing Innateness
Chair: Richard Samuels (Ohio State University)
Speakers: Edouard Machery (University of Pittsburgh)
Joshua Knobe (Yale University)
Commentator: Andr Ariew (University of Missouri)
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Thursday Afternoon, February 27: 2:205:20 p.m.
III-D. Invited Symposium: New Directions in Public Reason Liberalism
Chair: Kevin Vallier (Bowling Green State University)
Speakers: Steven P. Wall (University of Arizona)
Andrew Lister (Queens University, Ontario)
Gerald Gaus (University of Arizona)
III-E. Author Meets Critics: John F. Horty, Reasons as Defaults
Chair: Peter B. M. Vranas (University of WisconsinMadison)
Critics: Krista Lawlor (Stanford University)
Anthony Gillies (Rutgers University)
Mark Lance (Georgetown University)
Author: John F. Horty (University of Maryland)
III-F. Author Meets Critics: Timothy Williamson, Modal Logic as
Metaphysics
Chair: Reina Hayaki (University of Nebraska)
Critics: Robert Stalnaker (Massachusetts Institute of
Technology)
Ted Sider (Cornell University)
Author: Timothy Williamson (Oxford University)
III-G. Submitted Symposium
**Short session: ends at 4:20 p.m.**
Chair: Constance Meinwald (University of IllinoisChicago)
Speaker: Sarah Jansen (Carleton College)
Poetry and Metaphysics in Republic X
Commentator: Elizabeth Asmis (University of Chicago)
III-H. Colloquium: Free Will
2:203:20 p.m. When and How Aective Reactions Impact
Judgments about Free Will and Determinism: A
Meta-Analysis
Chair: J. Thomas Cook (Rollins College)
Speakers: Adam Feltz (Michigan Technological University)
Florian Cova (University of Geneva)
Commentator: Robyn Waller (Florida State University)
3:204:20 p.m. Free Acts and Counterfactuals of Libertarian Freedom:
Why the Rollback Argument (Conditionally) Fails
Chair: Joseph Mendola (University of NebraskaLincoln)
Speaker: Robert J. Hartman (Saint Louis University)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Andrew Kissel (Ohio State University)
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Thursday Afternoon, February 27: 2:205:20 p.m. (cont.)
4:205:20 p.m. Molinisim and the Ersatz Thin Red Line
Chair: Roderick T. Long (Auburn University)
Speaker: Dan Padgett (Baylor University)
Commentator: Kelly Anne McCormick (Washington and Jeerson
College)
III-I. Colloquium: Conditionals and Epistemic Modality (Ifs and Mights)
2:203:20 p.m. A Users Guide to Epistemic Modals
Chair: Peter Murphy (University of Indianapolis)
Speaker: Michael Barkasi (Rice University)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Ezra J. Cook (Northwestern University)
3:204:20 p.m. Whether-Conditionals
Chair: Grin Klemick (Northern Illinois University)
Speaker: Theodore Korzukhin (Cornell University)
Commentator: Fabrizio Cariani (Northwestern University)
4:205:20 p.m. A Problem with Thinning
Chair: To be announced
Speaker: Malte Willer (University of Chicago)
Commentator: David Etlin (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)
III-J. Colloquium: Metaethics
2:203:20 p.m. How to Be an Ethical Expressivist
Chair: Mark van Roojen (University of NebraskaLincoln)
Speaker: Alex Silk (University of Birmingham)
Commentator: James Dreier (Brown University)
3:204:20 p.m. The (Anti-)Real(ist) Mill
Chair: Fernando Teson (Flordia State University Law School)
Speaker: Peter Zuk (Rice University)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Dale E. Miller (Old Dominion University)
4:205:20 p.m. Is a Transcendental Construction Possible?
Chair: Jessica Meord Katz (Bowling Green State University)
Speaker: Andrew Forcehimes (Vanderbilt University)
Commentator: David Sussman (University of Illinois at Urbana-
Champaign)
III-K. Colloquium: Identity and Death
2:203:20 p.m. Persistence, Thought, and Personhood
Chair: Sarah Robins (University of Kansas)
Speaker: Nicholas Rimell (University of Virginia)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Neil E. Williams (University at Bualo)
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Thursday Afternoon, February 27: 2:205:20 p.m. (cont.)
3:204:20 p.m. Bratman on Identity over Time and Identication at
a Time
Chair: Hannah A. Bondurant (Independent Scholar)
Speaker: Christopher E. Franklin (Marymount University)
Commentator: Mary Clayton Coleman (Illinois Wesleyan University)
4:205:20 p.m. Reviving Concurrentism About Death
Chair: Dan Werner (State University of New YorkNew Paltz)
Speaker: Aaron Wolf (Syracuse University)
Commentator: Molly Gardner (University of North CarolinaChapel
Hill)
III-L. Colloquium: Epistemology
2:203:20 p.m. A New Puzzle about Doubt, Belief, and Condence
Chair: Douglas Webb (Lakeland Community College)
Speaker: Andrew Y. Moon (Dalhousie University)
Commentator: Earl Conee (University of Rochester)
3:204:20 p.m. The Flexibility of Epistemic Modals: Creating, Not
Solving, Problems for Fallibilists
Chair: Brian Montgomery (Eastern Illinois University)
Speakers: Allison Thornton (Baylor University)
Chris Tweedt (Baylor University)
Graduate student travel stipend recipients
Commentator: Jeremy Fantl (University of Calgary)
4:205:20 p.m. Skepticism and Semantic Blindsight
Chair: Mary Gwin (Oklahoma State University)
Speaker: John Waterman (Johns Hopkins University)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Joseph H. Shieber (Lafayette College)
III-M. Colloquium: Belief and Content
2:203:20 p.m. Belief and the Normativity of Mental Content
Chair: Lindsay Rettler (Ohio State University)
Speaker: Derek Green (Northwestern University)
Commentator: Esa Diaz-Leon (University of Manitoba)
3:204:20 p.m. Kripkes Puzzle about Belief Resolved
Chair: Aaron R. Champene (St. Louis Community College
Meramec)
Speaker: Nicholas Georgalis (East Carolina University)
Commentator: Michael McKinsey (Wayne State University)
4:205:20 p.m. Pseudonyms and Superheroes
Chair: Heidi Savage (State University of New YorkGeneseo)
Speaker: David Schwarz (Independent Scholar)
Commentator: Leonard Clapp (Northern Illinois University)
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Thursday Afternoon, February 27: 2:205:20 p.m. (cont.)
III-N. APA Committee Session: The Work of Peter A. French
Arranged by the APA Committee on Philosophy and Law
Chair: Zachary J. Goldberg (Universitt Regensburg)
Speakers: Deborah Tollefsen (University of Memphis)
Epistemic Agency and the Loss of Epistemic
Innocence
Laurence Thomas (Syracuse University)
The Art of Responsibility
Toni Erskine (Aberystwyth University/University of
New South Wales, Canberra)
Coalitions of the Willing and Responsibilities to
Protect: Informal Associations, Enhanced Capacities,
and Shared Moral Burdens
Commentator: Peter French (Arizona State University)
III-O. APA Committee Session: Aesthetics, Ethics, and Liberation in Latin
American and Latina/o Philosophy
Arranged by the APA Committee on Hispanics
Chair: Grant J. Silva (Marquette University)
Speakers: Elizabeth Milln-Zaibert (DePaul University)
Latin American Aesthetics in the 20th Century:
From Arielismo to Calibanismo
Ernesto Rosen Velasquez (University of Dayton)
The Education Crisis and Views from the South
Don Deere (DePaul University)
Enrique Dussels Spatial Philosophy
THURSDAY EVENING, 5:307:30 P.M.
MAIN PROGRAM SESSION
III-AA. Invited Session: The John Dewey Lecture
Chair: Martha Nussbaum (University of Chicago)
Speaker: Elizabeth Secor Anderson (University of Michigan
Ann Arbor)
Journeys of a Feminist Pragmatist
A reception, sponsored by the John Dewey Foundation, will follow
the lecture.
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Thursday Evening, February 27: 5:307:30 p.m.
GROUP PROGRAM SESSIONS
GIII-1. Association for Philosophy of Education
Chair: Harry Brighouse (University of WisconsinMadison)
Speakers: Gina Schouten (Illinois State University)
The Stereotype Threat Hypothesis: An Assessment
from the Philosophers Armchair, for the
Philosophers Classroom
Jennifer Morton (City University of New York)
Online Learning and Noncognitive Skills in Higher
Education: A Question of Justice
GIII-2. Committee on Institutional Cooperation
GIII-3. Charles S. Peirce Society
Chair: Demetra Sfendoni-Mentzou (Aristotle University of
Thessaloniki)
Speaker: James Liszka (State University of New York at
Plattsburgh)
Presidential Address: Peirces Idea of a Normative
Science
Winner of the 20132014 Peirce Society Essay Contest
GIII-4. Conference of Philosophical Societies
Chair: G. John M. Abbarno (DYouville College)
Speakers: Brandon Absher (DYouville College)
Recognition and Primitive Reactions: Honneth,
Wittgenstein, and the Ethical Foundations of Speech
William Cornwell (Salem State University)
Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words?
GIII-5. Hume Society
Topic: Hume on Evil
Chair: Tina Baceski (Rockhurst College)
Speakers: Ted Morris (Illinois Wesleyan University)
Charlotte Brown (Illinois Wesleyan University)
GIII-6. North American Nietzsche Society
Topic: Nietzsche on Moral Psychology and Agency
Chair: James Conant (University of Chicago)
Speakers: Allison M. Merrick (University of ArkansasLittle Rock)
Of Genealogy and Transcendent Critique
Justin Remhof (Santa Clara University)
Scientic Fictionalism and the Problem of
Inconsistency in Nietzsche
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Thursday Evening, February 27: 5:307:30 p.m. (cont.)
GIII-7. Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy
Topic: Conception of the States and Nature of Consciousness in
Classical Indian Thought
Chair: Bina Gupta (University of MissouriColumbia)
Speakers: Bina Gupta (University of MissouriColumbia)
Moka (Liberating Consciousness) as nanda
Douglas L. Berger (Southern Illinois University
Carbondale)
The Buddhist Turn Toward Luminosity:
Transformations in Vijnavda Thought
Dan Arnold (University of Chicago)
On the Question to Which Vasubandhus Proof of
Idealism is the Answer
GIII-8. North American Kant Society
Topic: The Mary Gregor Lecture
Chair: Robert B. Louden (University of Southern Maine)
Speaker: Bernd Ludwig (Universitt Gttingen)
Commentator: Arthur Ripstein (University of Toronto)
GIII-9. Concerned Philosophers for Peace
Topic: Forgiveness, Letting Die, and Species Neutrality
Chair: Greg Moses (Texas State University)
Speakers: Wim Laven (Kennesaw State University)
The Problem of Identity in Forgiveness
Court Lewis (Owensboro Community and Technical
College)
Dangers of Letting Die in Conict Situations
Carlo Filice (State University of New YorkGeneseo)
Must Pacism Be Species Neutral?
GIII-10. Society for LGBTQ Philosophy
Chair: Raja Halwani (School of the Art Institute of Chicago)
Speakers: Bassam Romaya (University of Massachusetts Lowell)
Hes Fifty Feet Away: Love and Sex in the Grindr Age
Richmond Pierce West (University of Montevallo)
Queer Theory and Sexual Harassment
Commentator: Dennis R. Cooley (North Dakota State University)
GIII-11. International Association for the Philosophy of Sport
Chair: Shawn Klein (Rockford University)
Speaker: Mary Gwin (Oklahoma State University)
A Worthy Conception of Virtue for Sport
Commentator: Craig Carley (Phoenix College)
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Thursday Evening, February 27: 5:307:30 p.m. (cont.)
GIII-12. Philosophy of Religion Group
Topic: God and Abstract Objects
Speaker: William Lane Craig (Talbot School of Theology)
Commentators: Jody Azzouni (Tufts University)
Christopher Menzel (Texas A&M University)
THURSDAY EVENING, 7:4010:40 P.M.
GROUP PROGRAM SESSIONS
GIV-1. American Association of Philosophy Teachers
Topic: Empirical Work in the Philosophy Classroom
Chair: Andrew P. Mills (Otterbein University)
Speakers: Paul Green (Mount St. Marys College)
Motivating Students: What the Research Shows
Diana Buccafurni-Huber (Sam Houston State
University)
Gordon Lamb (Sam Houston State University)
Maria Botero (Sam Houston State University)
Student Entitlement and Student Evaluation of
Teaching: Normative Implications for Undergraduate
Pedagogy in Philosophy and Psychology
Christina Conroy (Morehead State University)
Gina Blunt Gonzalez (Morehead State University)
A Preliminary Comparison of Critical Thinking Gains
in First Year Seminars
GIV-2. Society for the Study of the History of Analytical Philosophy
Topic: Between Analytic Philosophy and American Pragmatism:
C. I. Lewis and Wilfrid Sellars
Chair: James Conant (University of Chicago)
Speakers: Aude Bandini (Universit de Montral/Universit du
Qubec Montral)
C. I. Lewis: Transcendental Realism with a
Pragmatist Turn
Steven Levine (University of Massachusetts Boston)
James and Lewis on the Given
Peter Olen (University of Central Florida)
Sellars vs. Lewis, Round 1: The Realist Challenge to
Conceptual Pragmatism
Carl Sachs (Independent Scholar)
Is the Given a Myth?: Analytic Pragmatism in C. I.
Lewis and Wilfrid Sellars
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Thursday Evening, February 27: 7:4010:40 p.m.
GIV-3. Josiah Royce Society
Chair: Randall E. Auxier (Southern Illinois University
Carbondale)
Speaker: Kevin Harrelson (Ball State University)
All This Tale Is One of Disgrace to Our People:
Royces California as an Exercise of Guilty Identity
Commentator: Kara Barnette (Westminster College, Salt Lake City)
GIV-4. North American Society for Social Philosophy
Topic: Autonomy, Sex, and Objectication
Chair: Jennifer McKitrick (University of NebraskaLincoln)
Speakers: Eric M. Cave (Arkansas State University)
Autonomy, Objectication, and Unsavory Seduction
Patricia A. Marino (University of Waterloo)
Patterns of Objectication: Autonomy, Options, and
the Value of Non-conformity
Joanna Zaslow (McMaster University)
The Feminist Female Submissive
GIV-5. Society for the Philosophical Study of Education
Topic: Morality, Life, and Insight
Speakers: Francis Schrag (University of WisconsinMadison)
Altruism, Empathy, and Moral Education
Erin Kunz (Mayville State University)
The Crosshair of Feminism and Ethics
Samuel Rocha (University of North Dakota)
Michael Joseph Brown (Wabash College)
The Pedagogical Jesus: Parables, Paradox, and
Tricks
Guillemette Johnston (DePaul University)
Blindness and Insight in Jonathon Israels Radical
Enlightenment
GIV-6. National Philosophical Counseling Association
Chair: Samuel Zinaich, Jr. (Purdue University Calumet)
Speakers: Nan-Nan Lee (St. Xavier University at Chicago)
Can Philosophy Address the Issue of Paucity of
Women in Philosophy?
Amy E. White (Ohio University Zanesville)
Body Integrity Identity DisorderBeyond
Amputation: Controversy and Consent
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Thursday Evening, February 27: 7:4010:40 p.m. (cont.)
GIV-7. International Society of Chinese Philosophy
Topic: Nature, Empathy, and Well-Being: Studies on Early
Confucian Ethics
Chair: Dennis Arjo (Johnson County Community College)
Speakers: Richard T. Kim (City University of Hong Kong)
Well-Being and Confucianism
Yi Deng (University of North Georgia)
The Moral Extension of Compassion in Mengzi:
Empathy or Dissonance
Dennis Arjo (Johnson County Community College)
Xunzi on What Separates Humans and Other
Animals: Some Mencian Considerations
GIV-8. Karl Jaspers Society of North America
Topic: Van Gogh with Jaspers, Heidegger, and Bataille
Chair: David P. Nichols (Saginaw Valley State University)
Speakers: Ingvild Torsen (Florida International University)
Agency and Event in the World of the Artwork
Rebecca Longtin Hansen (Emory University)
The Transformation of Experience in Art: Heidegger
and Jaspers on Van Goghs Painting
James Luchte (University of Wales Trinity Saint
David)
Prometheus Dismembered: Bataille on Van Gogh
Commentators: Dimitri Constant (Boston University)
Constance Morley (Independent Artist)
Frederic Seyler (DePaul University)
Adrian Switzer (Park University)
GIV-9. Society for the Metaphysics of Science
Topic: Monism, Pluralism, and Beyond
Chair: Carl Gillett (Northern Illinois University)
Speakers: Alyssa Ney (University of Rochester)
Gualtiero Piccinini (University of MissouriSt. Louis)
Jonathan M. Schaer (Rutgers University)
GIV-10. Society for the Philosophic Study of Genocide and the Holocaust
Co-sponsored by the Bosnian-American Genocide Institute and
Education Center, Chicago, Illinois
Topic: Ethnonationalism and the Persistence of Genocide Denial in
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Obstacles to Existence
Chair: Erik Vogt (Trinity College (Hartford) and University of
Vienna)
Panel: Preliminary Statements by Genocide Survivors
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Thursday Evening, February 27: 7:4010:40 p.m. (cont.)
Panelists: Mirsad Causevic (Genocide Survivor)
Senada Cvrk Pargan (Genocide Survivor)
Ferid Sefer (Genocide Survivor)
Speakers: Sanja Drnovsek (Bosnian-American Genocide
Institute and Education Center, Chicago)
Prohibited Memorials and Genocide Denial
Natalie Nenadic (University of Kentucky)
Genocide, Sexual Atrocities, and Denial
David Pettigrew (Southern Connecticut State
University)
The Role of Religion and Ethnonationalism in
Genocide Denial: Engineering a Zone of Exclusion
GIV-11. Society for the Philosophy of Agency
Topic: Partial/Mitigated Responsibility
Chair: Zac Cogley (Northern Michigan University)
Speaker: Manuel Vargas (University of San Francisco)
Less Than Fully Responsible
Commentators: Carolina Sartorio (University of Arizona)
Michael McKenna (University of Arizona)
GIV-12. Society for the Philosophic Study of the Contemporary Visual Arts
Topic: Philosophy of Film
Chair: Sander H. Lee (Keene State College)
Speakers: Sander H. Lee (Keene State College)
The Moral Implications of the Film Gettysburg
Dan Flory (Montana State University)
Imaginative Resistance and African American
Cinema
Ian P. Schnee (Western Kentucky University)
Joint Attention and Spectator Identication
GIV-13. International Society for Environmental Ethics
Speakers: Lorraine Code (York University)
Culpable Ignorance?
J. Michael Scoville (Eastern Michigan University)
The Welfare Pluralist Account of Sustainability
Eric Godoy (New School for Social Research and
Pratt Institute)
Confronting Atomistic Responsibility: Climate
Change and Individual Moral Obligation
Alix Dietzel (University of Sheeld)
Who is Responsible for Climate Change Action?
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Thursday Evening, February 27: 7:4010:40 p.m. (cont.)
GIV-14. American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy
Topic: NOMOS Conference: Compromise I
Speaker: Amy Cohen (Ohio State University (Law))
Commentators: Simon May (Florida State University)
Melissa Schwartzberg (New York University (Political
Science))
THURSDAY EVENING, 8:30 P.M.12:30 A.M.
RECEPTION
8:30 p.m.12:30 a.m., Red Lacquer Room (fourth oor)
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28
PLACEMENT SERVICE
Information: 8:30 a.m.5:00 p.m., registration area (sixth oor)
Interview tables: 8:30 a.m.5:00 p.m., Monroe Ballroom (sixth oor)
REGISTRATION
8:30 a.m.5:00 p.m., registration area (sixth oor)
BOOK EXHIBITS
9:00 a.m.5:00 p.m., Adams Ballroom (sixth oor)
FRIDAY, 9:00 A.M.NOON
MAIN PROGRAM SESSIONS
IV-A. Invited Symposium: Powers and Qualities in Early Modern
Philosophy
Chair: Lisa Downing (Ohio State University)
Speakers: Robert Pasnau (University of ColoradoBoulder)
The Domain of Sensory Privilege
Walter Ott (Virginia Tech)
Archetypes without Patterns: Locke on Relations
and Mixed Modes
Samuel C. Rickless (University of CaliforniaSan Diego)
Lockes Qualities Revisited
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Friday Morning, February 28: 9:00 a.m.noon
IV-B. Invited Symposium: Dierence-Making, Moral Responsibility and
Free Action
Chair: Sara Bernstein (Duke University)
Speaker: Carolina Sartorio (University of Arizona)
Commentators: Derk Pereboom (Cornell University)
Alfred R. Mele (Florida State University)
IV-C. Invited Symposium: Can Normativity Be Naturalized?
Chair: Micah Lott (Boston College)
Speakers: Hille Paakkunainen (Syracuse University)
Terence Cuneo (University of Vermont)
William FitzPatrick (University of Rochester)
IV-D. Invited Symposium: Recent Work on Grounding
Chair: William Bauer (North Carolina State University)
Speakers: Kathrin Koslicki (University of Alberta)
The Coarse-Grainedness of Grounding
Jonathan M. Schaer (Rutgers University)
Kelly Trogdon (Virginia Tech)
IV-E. Invited Session: The Patrick J. Romanell Lecture
Chair: David Hilbert (University of IllinoisChicago)
Speaker: John Perry (Stanford University)
The Self as Subject and Object
IV-F. Colloquium: Race and Phenomenology
9:0010:00 a.m. Towards a Phenomenology of Whiteness
Chair: Marie Draz (DePaul University)
Speaker: Nathan Eckstrand (Duquesne University)
Commentator: Shaeeda Mensah (Morgan State University)
10:0011:00 a.m. An Ethical Analysis of the Emancipation Proclamation
Chair: Natalie Cisneros (Gettysburg College)
Speaker: Thomas L. Carson (Loyola University Chicago)
Commentator: A. Todd Franklin (Hamilton College)
11:00 a.m.noon Un-naturalizing Phenomenology: Making a Case for
Transcendental Phenomenology in the 21st Century
Chair: Nathan Jun (Midwestern State University)
Speaker: John Janes (Marquette University)
Commentator: Leslie MacAvoy (East Tennessee State University)
IV-G. Colloquium: Philosophy of Psychology
9:0010:00 a.m. Phenomenal Blending and the Palette Problem
Chair: Michael Bishop (Florida State University)
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Friday Morning, February 28: 9:00 a.m.noon (cont.)
Speaker: Luke Roelofs (University of Toronto)
Commentator: Daniel Pearlberg (Ohio State University)
10:0011:00 a.m. Attention and Cognitive Control in Aective
Perception for Embodied Appraisals
Chair: J. D. Trout (Loyola University Chicago)
Speaker: William P. Seeley (Bates College)
Commentator: Katherine Rickus (Marquette University)
11:00 a.m.noon The Phenomenology of Sensory Aect
Chair: Ben Caplan (Ohio State University)
Speaker: Murat Aydede (University of British Columbia)
Commentator: Andrew Melnyk (University of Missouri)
IV-H. Colloquium: Ancient Absurdity
9:0010:00 a.m. Malice and the Ridiculous as Self-Ignorance: A
Dialectical Argument in Philebus 47d-50e
Chair: Kirk Sanders (University of Illinois at Urbana-
Champaign)
Speaker: Rebecca Bensen-Cain (Oklahoma State University)
Commentator: Emily A. Austin (Wake Forest University)
10:0011:00 a.m. An Absurd Accumulation: Aristotles Metaphysics
1076b11-33
Chair: Dhananjay Jagannathan (University of Chicago)
Speaker: Emily Katz (Michigan State University)
Commentator: Mitzi Lee (University of Colorado)
11:00 a.m.noon The Contradictions of Callicles
Chair: J. P. F. Wynne (Northwestern University)
Speaker: Tushar Irani (Wesleyan University)
Commentator: Franco V. Trivigno (Marquette University)
IV-I. Colloquium: Moral Boundaries
9:0010:00 a.m. Rights and Capabilities: Tom Regan and Martha
Nussbaum on Animals
Chair: Dasha Polzik (University of Chicago)
Speaker: Ramona Cristina Ilea (Pacic University Oregon)
Commentator: T. J. Kasperbauer (Texas A&M University)
10:0011:00 a.m. Travel Bans, Asset Freezes and other Targeted
Preventions of Terrorist Acts at the Interface of War
and Peace
Chair: Perry Zurn (DePaul University)
Speaker: Hadassa Noorda (University of Amsterdam)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Bassam Romaya (University of Massachusetts Lowell)
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Friday Morning, February 28: 9:00 a.m.noon (cont.)
11:00 a.m.noon Oaxacan Transborder Communities and the Political
Philosophy of Immigration
Chair: David McCabe (Colgate University)
Speaker: Amy Reed-Sandoval (University of Washington)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Grant J. Silva (Marquette University)
IV-J. Colloquium: Practical Reason
9:0010:00 a.m. Akratic Action Under the Guise of the Good
Chair: Shanna K. Slank (University of WisconsinMadison)
Speaker: Eugene Chislenko (University of CaliforniaBerkeley)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: David Hunter (Ryerson University)
10:0011:00 a.m. Intention, Permissibility, and Morally Good Action
Chair: Nicole Smith (University of TexasAustin)
Speaker: John Hacker-Wright (University of Guelph)
Commentator: Howard L. M. Nye (University of Alberta)
11:00 a.m.noon Two Arguments Against Teleological Accounts of
Practical Reason
Chair: Kristina Gehrman (Miami University of Ohio)
Speaker: Stephen White (Northwestern University)
Commentator: Andrew Sepielli (University of Toronto)
IV-K. Colloquium: Disagreement and Belief
9:0010:00 a.m. The Lack of Belief: Unbelief versus Disregard
Chair: Joseph Mendola (University of NebraskaLincoln)
Speaker: Brian Kim (Ohio State University)
Commentator: Jane Friedman (New York University)
10:0011:00 a.m. Non-Peer Disagreement
Chair: Michael Titelbaum (University of WisconsinMadison)
Speaker: Maura Priest (University of CaliforniaIrvine)
Commentator: Leon Leontyev (Australian National University)
11:00a.m.noon Epistemic Evaluation, Disagreement, and the Total
Evidence View
Chair: Baron Reed (Northwestern University)
Speaker: Timothy Perrine (Indiana UniversityBloomington)
Commentator: Georgina Gardiner (Rutgers University)
IV-L. Colloquium: Frankfurt Themes
9:0010:00 a.m. A Frankfurt Example to End All Frankfurt Examples
Chair: Tomis Kapitan (Northern Illinois University)
Speaker: James Cain (Oklahoma State University)
Commentator: Benjamin J. Bayer (Loyola University New Orleans)
10:0011:00 a.m. Frankfurt, Personhood and the Objectivity of Value
Chair: Alicia Finch (Northern Illinois University)
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Friday Morning, February 28: 9:00 a.m.noon (cont.)
Speaker: Anthony J. Rudd (St. Olaf College)
Commentator: Eric R. Kraemer (University of WisconsinLaCrosse)
11:00 a.m.noon Omissions and the Frankfurt Cases: A Challenge
Chair: Michael D. Robertson (Independent Scholar)
Speaker: Philip Swenson (University of CaliforniaRiverside)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Adam R. Thompson (University of Nebraska)
IV-M. Colloquium: Philosophy of Science
9:0010:00 a.m. A New Account of Scientic Models and
Approximations
Chair: John Koolage (Eastern Michigan University)
Speaker: Ian McKay (Cornell University)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Michael Liston (University of WisconsinMilwaukee)
10:0011:00 a.m. Everettian Quantum Mechanics and the Principal
Principle
Chair: Kevin McCain (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
Speaker: Chris Howard (University of Arizona)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Peter J. Lewis (University of Miami)
11:00 a.m.noon Newcombian Nuances: An Interventionist Take
Chair: Christina Conroy (Morehead State University)
Speaker: Reuben Stern (University of WisconsinMadison)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Koji Tanaka (University of Auckland)
IV-N. Group Session sponsored by the American Society for Political
and Legal Philosophy
Topic: NOMOS Conference: Compromise II
Speaker: Eric Beerbohm (Harvard University (Political Science))
Commentators: Anton Ford (University of Chicago)
David Dyzenhaus (University of Toronto (Law))
IV-O. APA Committee Session: Thomas E. Wartenberg, A Sneetch Is a
Sneetch and Other Philosophical Discoveries: Finding Wisdom in
Childrens Literature
Arranged by the APA Committee on Pre-College Instruction in
Philosophy
Chair: Rene Smith (Coastal Carolina University)
Critics: Steven Goldberg (Oak Park and River Forest High
School)
Claudia Mills (University of ColoradoBoulder)
Peter Costello (Providence College)
Author: Thomas E. Wartenberg (Mount Holyoke College)
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Friday Afternoon, February 28: 12:151:15 p.m.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, 12:151:15 P.M.
BUSINESS MEETING
12:151:15 p.m., Wabash Parlor (third oor)
FRIDAY AFTERNOON 1:304:30 P.M.
MAIN PROGRAM SESSIONS
V-A. Invited Symposium: Formal Decision Theory Meets Substantive
Rationality
Chair: Blake Roeber (University of Notre Dame)
Speakers: Lara Buchak (University of CaliforniaBerkeley)
Mark Kaplan (Indiana UniversityBloomington)
Commentator: Julia Stael (University of Southern California)
V-B. Invited Symposium: Resisting the Turn to Reasons
THIS SESSION HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
V-C. Invited Symposium: Fitting Emotions
Chair: Paul Prescott (Syracuse University)
Speakers: Justin DArms (Ohio State University)
Daniel Jacobson (University of Michigan)
Macalester C. Bell (Columbia University)
Julien Deonna (University of Geneva)
Fabrice Teroni (University of Bern)
V-D. Author Meets Critics: Bill Brewer, Perception and Its Objects
Chair: Louise Antony (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
Critics: Adam Paultz (University of TexasAustin)
Berit Brogaard (University of MissouriSt. Louis)
Author: Bill Brewer (Kings College London)
V-E. Author Meets Critics: Richard Kraut, Against Absolute Goodness
Chair: Jennifer Frey (University of South Carolina)
Critics: Nomy Arpaly (Brown University)
Talbot Brewer (University of Virginia)
Author: Richard Kraut (Northwestern University)
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Friday Afternoon, February 28: 1:304:30 p.m.
V-F. Authors Meet Critics: Marko Malink, Aristotles Modal Proofs, and
Adriane Rini, Aristotles Modal Syllogistic
Chair: Robin Smith (Texas A&M University)
Critics: Gisela Striker (Harvard University)
Ulrich Nortmann (University of Saarland)
Authors: Marko Malink (University of Chicago)
Adriane Rini (Massey University)
V-G. Author Meets Critics: Sally Sedgwick, Hegels Critique of Kant:
From Dichotomy to Identity
Chair: Karl Ameriks (University of Notre Dame)
Critics: Christopher L. Yeomans (Purdue University)
Dean F. Moyar (Johns Hopkins University)
Author: Sally Sedgwick (University of IllinoisChicago)
V-H. Colloquium: Public Reason and Political Authority
1:302:30 p.m. Justice and Political Authority in Left-Libertarianism
Chair: Robert B. Talisse (Vanderbilt University)
Speaker: Fabian Wendt (University of Hamburg)
Commentator: Susan M. Purviance (University of Toledo)
2:303:30 p.m. The Rawls-Harsanyi Dispute: A Moral Point of View
Chair: Todd Hedrick (Michigan State University)
Speaker: Michael Moehler (Virginia Tech)
Commentator: Walter E. Schaller (Texas Tech University)
3:304:30 p.m. Public Reasons Failure to Provide Reasons to
Overcome Oppression
Chair: John Rudisill (The College of Wooster)
Speaker: Gary A. Jaeger (Vanderbilt University)
Commentator: Bryan Pilkington (University of Notre Dame)
V-I. Colloquium: Medieval Philosophy
1:302:30 p.m. Henry of Ghent and Godfrey of Fontaines on Sine
Qua Non Causes and Causation
Chair: Andrew Arlig (Brooklyn College, CUNY)
Speaker: Simona Vucu (Centre for Medieval Studies,
University of Toronto)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: David Sanson (Illinois State University)
2:303:30 p.m. Walter Burley on Mental Language
Chair: Susan Brower-Toland (Saint Louis University)
Speaker: Nathaniel Bulthuis (Cornell University)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Peter Hartman (Loyola University Chicago)
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Friday Afternoon, February 28: 1:304:30 p.m. (cont.)
3:304:30 p.m. What Makes It Ockhams Razor? The Pessimistic
Consequence of Ockhams Theological Metaontology
Chair: Richard Cross (University of Notre Dame)
Speaker: Eric W. Hagedorn (St. Norbert College)
Commentator: Caleb Cohoe (Metropolitan State University of
Denver)
V-J. Colloquium: Ignorance and Deception
1:302:30 p.m. Against Radical Credal Imprecision
Chair: Irena Cronin (University of CaliforniaLos Angeles)
Speaker: Susanna Rinard (University of MissouriKansas City)
Commentator: James Joyce (University of Michigan)
2:303:30 p.m. A Defense of Intentional Self-Deception
Chair: Sara Rachel Chant (University of MissouriColumbia)
Speaker: Jason Lopez (Wisconsin University)
Commentator: Dion Scott-Kakures (Scripps College)
3:304:30 p.m. Are Bald-Faced Lies Deceptive After All?
Chair: Ben Kilbarger (Independent Scholar)
Speaker: Don T. Fallis (University of Arizona)
Commentator: Jessica Keiser (Yale University)
V-K. Colloquium: Knowledge and Memory
1:302:30 p.m. Blocking the Strengthened Case for Knowledge
from Falsehood
Chair: Jennifer Lackey (Northwestern University)
Speaker: Ian P. Schnee (Western Kentucky University)
Commentator: Branden Fitelson (Rutgers University)
2:303:30 p.m. Remembering and Knowing
Chair: Amy Flowerree (Northwestern University)
Speaker: Steven James (University of TexasAustin)
Commentator: Sven Bernecker (University of CaliforniaIrvine)
3:304:30 p.m. Preservationism Destroyed
Chair: William McBride (Purdue University)
Speaker: Matthew J. Frise (University of Rochester)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Thomas D. Senor (University of Arkansas)
V-L. Colloquium: Sex and Gender
1:302:30 p.m. Sex, Vagueness, and the Olympics
Chair: Patricia A. Marino (University of Waterloo)
Speaker: Helen Daly (Colorado College)
Commentator: Elizabeth Victor (Grand Valley State University)
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Friday Afternoon, February 28: 1:304:30 p.m. (cont.)
2:303:30 p.m. Failing to Count
Chair: Susanne Sreedhar (Boston University)
Speaker: Casey Johnson (University of Connecticut)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Raja Halwani (School of the Art Institute of Chicago)
3:304:30 p.m. Climate Change and the Epistemic Exploitation of
Women
Chair: Adriel Trott (Wabash College)
Speaker: Rebecca Tuvel (Vanderbilt University)
Commentator: Jason R. Kawall (Colgate University)
V-M. Colloquium: Ancient Virtue
1:302:30 p.m. Does Aristotles Vicious Person Wish to Be
Otherwise?
Chair: Lorraine L. Besser-Jones (Middlebury College)
Speaker: Erica Holberg (Utah State University)
Commentator: Jozef Muller (University of CaliforniaRiverside)
2:303:30 p.m. If Justice Really Matters, Its Not Just a Matter of
Degree: The Signicance of Gyges Ring in Republic 2
Chair: Ruth Gro (Saint Louis University)
Speaker: Tyler Paytas (Washington University in St. Louis)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Daniel Hagen (Mount Holyoke College)
3:304:30 p.m. Virtue and Self-Mastery in Platos Laws
Chair: Vanessa de Harven (University of Massachusetts
Amherst)
Speaker: Susan Sauv Meyer (University of Pennsylvania)
Commentator: Joshua Wilburn (Wayne State University)
V-N. APA Committee Session: How to Obtain a Position at the
Community College
Arranged by the APA Committee on Philosophy in Two-Year Colleges
Chair: Bill Hartmann (St. Louis Community CollegeForest
Park)
Panelists: Kristen Zbikowski (Hibbing Community College)
Basil Edward Smith (Saddleback College)
Anthony E. Thomas (Kiswaukee Community College)
Alexandra Perry-Polise (Marietta College)
Aaron R. Champene (St. Louis Community College
Meramec)
Thomas Urban (Houston Community College)
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Friday Afternoon, February 28: 1:304:30 p.m. (cont.)
V-O. Group Session: American Society for Political and Legal
Philosophy
Speaker: Michele Moody-Adams (Columbia University)
Commentators: Amy Sepinwall (University of Pennsylvania (Law))
Andrew Sabl (University of CaliforniaLos Angeles
(Political Science))
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, 4:456:00 P.M.
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
4:456:00 p.m., Red Lacquer Room (fourth oor)
Introduction: Elizabeth Anderson, APA Central Division vice president
Address: History of Modern Philosophy: What Is It Good For?
Steven Nadler, APA Central Division president
FRIDAY EVENING, 7:0010:00 P.M.
GROUP AND COMMITTEE SESSIONS
GV-1. Committee on the Status of Black Philosophers
Topic: Marx and Critical Race Theory
GV-2. International Society of Chinese Philosophy
Topic: Harmony Index
Chair: Jinmei Yuan (Creighton University)
Speakers: Chenyang Li (Nanyang Technological University)
Confucian Philosophy of Harmony
Hong Xiao (Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore)
Harmony in the Family
Daniel Bell (Tsinghua University, Beijing)
Harmony Index
Commentators: Brook Ziporyn (Northwestern University)
Peimin Ni (Grand Valley State University)
GV-3. Karl Jaspers Society of North America
Topic: Van Gogh with Jaspers, Heidegger, and Derrida
Chair: Gregory J. Walters (Saint Paul University, Ottawa)
Speakers: Christian Lotz (Michigan State University)
Sensuality, Materiality, Painting: What Is Wrong
with Jaspers and Heideggers Van Gogh
Interpretations?
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Alina N. Feld (Long Island University)
The Reign of Matter and the Task of the Times: Van
Goghs Illuminations
Kevin M. Richards (Pennsylvania Academy of the
Fine Arts)
Pointure Mal or If the Shoe Doesnt Fit
Commentators: Colby Dickinson (Loyola University)
David P. Nichols (Saginaw Valley State University)
Debra Riley Parr (Columbia College)
Adrian Switzer (Park University)
GV-4. Max Scheler Society
Chair: Zachary Davis (St. Johns University)
Speakers: Roberta Guccinelli (Universit Vita-Salute San
Raaele, Milan)
Illusory Experiences: A Phenomenological
Clarication of the `Quasi-lie
Li Jing (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Max Schelers Christian Democracy and Its
Religious Phenomenology Basis
Olivier Agard (Universit Paris-Sorbonne)
Plurality and Unity in Max Scheler and Carl Schmitt
Michael Gabel (Universitt Erfuhrt)
Scheler and the First World War
GV-5. Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy
Chair: Elizabeth Asmis (University of Chicago)
Speakers: Caleb Cohoe (Metropolitan State University of Denver)
Aristotle on the Truth of Perception (Aio0qoi) and
Understanding (Nqoi)
Samuel Murray (Saint Louis University)
Intellect in the Soul: Aristotles De Anima III.5
Audrey L. Anton (Western Kentucky University)
Fixed and Flexible Characters: Aristotle on the
Permanence and Mutability of Distinct Types of
Character
GV-6. Society of Christian Philosophers
Topic: Freedom and Salvation
Chair: Amy Seymour (University of Notre Dame)
Freedom as the End of Salvation
Speaker: Marilyn McCord Adams (Rutgers University)
Commentator: Robin Dembro (University of Notre Dame)
An Argument from (Among Other Things) Free Will
to the Need for Limbo
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Friday Evening, February 28: 7:0010:00 p.m. (cont.)
Speaker: Kevin Timpe (Northwest Nazarene University)
Moral Responsibility, Heaven, and Hell
Speaker: Alicia Finch (Northern Illinois University)
GV-7. Society for the Philosophical Study of Education
Topic: Continental Philosophy and Education
Speakers: Allan Johnston (Columbia College and DePaul
University)
Redening the Educator: Nietzsches Untimely
Meditations
David Moseley (Bellarmine University)
Teaching and Tragedy
James Magrini (College of DuPage)
Phenomenology as Curriculum Inquiry: Understanding
the Methods of Willis, van Manen, and Heidegger
Eduardo Duarte (Hofstra University)
Hearing the Dionysian Truth: Further Reections on
the Philosophical Education Oered by Music
GV-8. Bertrand Russell Society
Topic: Russells Sets and Wittgensteins World Soul
Speakers: James Connelly (Trent University)
On Wittgensteins World Soul: Unlocking the
Secret inside the Tractatus
Sean Morris (Metropolitan State University of Denver)
Russell, Cantor, and Zermelo on the Pragmatic
Conception of Set
GV-9. Society for Business Ethics
Topic: The Basic Libertiesin Economic Life and Beyond
Chair: Jerey Moriarty (Bentley University)
Speakers: Jason F. Brennan (Georgetown University)
Capitalism in Utopia
Samuel Arnold (Texas Christian University)
Putting Liberty in Its Place: High Liberalism Without
the Liberalism
Jeppe Platz (Suolk University)
The Basic Liberties Revisited
GV-10. Radical Philosophy Association
Topic: Anarchism Across the Disciplines: Film, Literary Theory,
Psychiatry
Speakers: Michelle M. Campbell (Purdue University)
Toward a Pragmatic Approach of Anarchist Literary
Theory
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Friday Evening, February 28: 7:0010:00 p.m. (cont.)
Nathan Jun (Midwestern State University)
Toward an Anarchist Film Theory
Perry Miller (Ohio State University)
Reading Subalternity in Alternative Psychiatry
GV-11. Society for the History of Political Philosophy
Topic: Political Philosophy in the Modern World
Chair: Stuart Warner (Roosevelt University)
Speakers: Alex Limanowski (Tulane University)
Lucretius on the Way to the Moderns
Svetozar Minkov (Roosevelt University)
Machiavelli and the Psychology of Faith: A Reading
of The Prince X
Stuart Warner (Roosevelt University)
Descartess Prudence: Writing and Reading in the
Discourse on Method
Sam Stoner (Carthage College)
On the Poetry of Kants Universal Natural History
and Theory of the Heavens
Dereck Coatney (Tulane University)
Nietzsches New Law of Ebb and Flood
GV-12. Association for the Development of Philosophy Teaching
Topic: Reections on Careers in Teaching Philosophy
Speakers: Michael M. Kazanjian (Triton College)
Changes I Have Noticed in My Career of Teaching
Philosophy
Robert Lichtenbert (Editor, The Meaning of Life)
The Adventures of a Roads Scholar
Louis Silverstein (Columbia College Chicago)
Reason and Emotion: A Pedagogical Journal
GV-13. Association for Informal Logic and Critical Thinking
Topic: Critical Thinking Across the CurriculumIf So, How?
Chair: Weston Jorde (Dakota County Technical College)
Speakers: Donald L. Hatcher (Baker University)
Is Critical Thinking across the Curriculum a Plausible
Goal?
Linda S. Behar-Horenstein (University of Florida)
Teaching and Researching the Development of CT
Skills: An Imperative for Professional Colleges
Paul Green (Mount St. Marys College)
CT Pedagogy as a Problem of Far Transfer
Commentator: Frank Fair (Sam Houston State University)
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Friday Evening, February 28: 7:0010:00 p.m. (cont.)
GV-14. Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy
Speakers: James Campbell (University of Toledo)
James and Our Animal Friends: What Is Their Role
in His Ethics?
Marilyn Fischer (University of Dayton)
The Role of Sympathy in Pragmatist Ethics
Tadd Ruetenik (Saint Ambrose University)
Conformity, Consistency, and the Ethics of
Emersons Self-Reliance
FRIDAY EVENING, 8:30 P.M.12:30 A.M.
PRESIDENTIAL RECEPTION
8:30 p.m.12:30 a.m., Red Lacquer Room (fourth oor)
SATURDAY, MARCH 1
PLACEMENT SERVICE
Information: 8:30 a.m.noon, registration area (sixth oor)
Interview tables: 8:30 a.m.noon, Monroe Ballroom (sixth oor)
REGISTRATION
8:30 a.m.noon, registration area (sixth oor)
BOOK EXHIBITS
9:00 a.m.noon, Adams Ballroom (sixth oor)
SATURDAY MORNING, 9:00 A.M.NOON
MAIN PROGRAM SESSIONS
VI-A. Invited Symposium: Ancients on Animals and Ethics
Chair: Kathleen Cook (University of Pittsburgh)
Speakers: G. Fay Edwards (Washington University in St. Louis)
The Puzzle of Porphyrys Rational Animals: A New
Interpretation of On Abstinence from Animal Food
Jessica Gelber (Syracuse University)
Casey Perin (University of CaliforniaIrvine)
Genuine Wanting and Animal Desires in Platos
Gorgias
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Saturday Morning, March 1: 9:00 a.m.noon
VI-B. Invited Symposium: Parts Reasons and Persons, Thirty Years Later
Chair: Meghan Sullivan (University of Notre Dame)
Speakers: Elizabeth Harman (Princeton University)
Eric T. Olson (University of Sheeld)
Caspar Hare (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
VI-C. Invited Symposium: Intuitions in Philosophy
Chair: Georey Pynn (Northern Illinois University)
Speaker: Jennifer Nagel (University of Toronto)
Distinctively Intuitive Judgments
Commentators: Herman Cappelen (University of St Andrews)
Elijah Chudno (University of Miami)
VI-D. Invited Symposium: Practical Reason and the Structure of Actions
Chair: Margaret Bowman (University of Toronto)
Speakers: Matthew Hanser (University of CaliforniaSanta
Barbara)
Tamar Schapiro (Stanford University)
Candace Vogler (University of Chicago)
VI-E. Author Meets Critics: Matthew Stuart, Lockes Metaphysics
Chair: Edwin McCann (University of Southern California)
Critics: Antonia LoLordo (University of Virginia)
Michael Jacovides (Purdue University)
Author: Matthew Stuart (Bowdoin College)
VI-F. Author Meets Critics: Daniel R. Kelly, Yuck! The Nature and Moral
Signicance of Disgust
Chair: Katrina Sierd (Elmhurst College)
Critics: Timothy Schroeder (Ohio State University)
Nina Strohminger (Duke University)
Author: Daniel R. Kelly (Purdue University)
VI-G. Colloquium: Mereology and Identity
9:0010:00 a.m. Locating Gunky Water and Wine
Chair: Brian Carlson (University of Kentucky)
Speaker: Matthew Leonard (University of Southern California)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: David H. Sanford (Duke University)
10:0011:00 a.m. A Defense of Five-Dimensionalism
Chair: Kate Finley (University of Notre Dame)
Speaker: Andrew Graham (University of MissouriKansas City)
Commentator: Meg Wallace (University of Kentucky)
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Saturday Morning, March 1: 9:00 a.m.noon (cont.)
11:00 a.m.noon What Is a Theory of Persistence?
Chair: Dan Lopez de Sa (ICREA-Universitat de Barcelona)
Speaker: Bradford Skow (Massachusetts Institute of
Technology)
Commentator: Mark Heller (Syracuse University)
VI-H. Colloquium: Semantics and Philosophy of Logic
9:0010:00 a.m. The Invariance Criterion for Logical Pluralism
Chair: M. J. Cresswell (Victoria University of Wellington)
Speaker: Tomoya Sato (University of CaliforniaSan Diego)
Commentator: Edwin Mares (Victoria University of Wellington)
10:0011:00 a.m. The Structure of Propositions and Cross-Linguistic
Syntactic Variability
Chair: Aidan Gray (University of IllinoisChicago)
Speaker: Vasileios Tsompanidis (Institut Jean Nicodcole
Normale Suprieure)
Commentator: Alexandru Radulescu (University of Missouri)
11:00 a.m.noon The Metaphysics of Propositional Constituency
Chair: Maegan Fairchild (University of Southern California)
Speaker: Lorraine Keller (Niagara University)
Commentator: Devin Frank (University of Missouri)
VI-I. Colloquium: Kant
9:0010:00 a.m. Kant on the Blind Justice of Aesthetic Verdicts
Chair: Rachel E. Zuckert (Northwestern University)
Speaker: Rocio Zambrana (University of Oregon)
Commentator: Hans Lottenbach (Kenyon College)
10:0011:00 a.m. Synthesis in Kant and Hegel
Chair: Brent Kalar (University of New Mexico)
Speaker: Susan Hahn (Wesleyan University)
Commentator: Alexandra Newton (University of Illinois at Urbana-
Champaign)
11:00 a.m.noon Anity and Systematicity in the First Critique
Chair: James Messina (University of WisconsinMadison)
Speaker: Michael Rohlf (The Catholic University of America)
Commentator: Dai Heide (Simon Fraser University)
VI-J. Colloquium: Fiction and Ontology
9:0010:00 a.m. Object Constructivism and Unconstructed Objects
Chair: Erica H. Shumener (New York University)
Speaker: Justin Remhof (Santa Clara University)
Commentator: T. Parent (Virginia Tech)
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Saturday Morning, March 1: 9:00 a.m.noon (cont.)
10:0011:00 a.m. The Vagueness Argument against Abstract Artifacts
Chair: Robin Dembro (University of Notre Dame)
Speaker: Daniel Z. Korman (University of Illinois at Urbana-
Champaign)
Commentator: Anne M. Baril (University of New Mexico)
11:00 a.m.noon Im a Real Boy!: Predication and Fictional Characters
Chair: Elijah Hess (University of Arkansas)
Speaker: Cathleen Muller (Marist College)
Commentator: Christina Van Dyke (Calvin College)
VI-K. Colloquium: Desire and Emotions
9:0010:00 a.m. Spinozas Symptomatic Theory of Emotions
Chair: Christopher Martin (University of WisconsinGreen
Bay)
Speaker: Andrew D. Youpa (Southern Illinois University
Carbondale)
Commentator: Daniel J. Selcer (Duquesne University)
10:0011:00 a.m. Assessing Nonstandard Emotions: Nostalgias
Formal Object and the Limits of Fittingness
Chair: Michelle Mason (University of MinnesotaTwin Cities)
Speaker: Scott Howard (Harvard University)
Commentator: Saam Trivedi (Brooklyn College, CUNY)
11:00 a.m.noon Rationality and Desire in Fiction
Chair: Daniel Pearlberg (Ohio State University)
Speaker: Shannon Spaulding (Oklahoma State University)
Commentator: Amy Kind (Claremont McKenna College)
VI-L. APA Committee Session: Ethics in Reproductive Technology
Arranged by the APA Committee on Philosophy and Medicine
Chair: Leonard A. Kahn (Loyola University New Orleans)
Speakers: Leslie Pickering Francis (University of Utah)
Reproductive Technologies in Contexts of Injustice
Glenn Cohen (Harvard University)
Conditions under Which the Law May Legitimately
Regulate Reproductive Behavior
Matthew Liao (New York University)
Is There a Duty to Adopt over Having IVF Treatments?
Franoise Baylis (Dalhousie University)
Aganist Mitochondrial Replacement
VI-M. APA Committee Session: Advocacy and Leadership in Community
College Philosophy Programs: Credentialing, Curriculum, and
Faculty Support
Arranged by the APA Committee on Philosophy in Two-Year Colleges
Chair: Thomas Urban (Houston Community College)
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Saturday Morning, March 1: 9:00 a.m.noon (cont.)
Speakers: Basil Edward Smith (Saddleback College)
Anthony E. Thomas (Kiswaukee Community College)
Alexandra Perry-Polise (Marietta College)
Bill Hartmann (St. Louis Community CollegeForest
Park)
Panelist: Kristen Zbikowski (Hibbing Community College)
VI-N. APA Committee Session: History of Philosophy as Philosophy of Law
Arranged by the APA Committee on Philosophy and Law
Chair: Maria A. Sanders (Plymouth State University)
Speakers: Brian Leiter (University of Chicago)
Marx, Law, Ideology
Ekow Yankah (Cardozo Law School)
Franchise: Ancient and Modern
David Brink (University of CaliforniaSan Diego)
A Closer Look at Mills Harm Principle
VI-O. APA Committee Session: Promoting Religious Tolerance in the
21st Century: Practical Perspectives from Philosophers of the Past
and the Present
Arranged by the Committee on Public Philosophy
Chair: Jeanine A. Diller (University of Toledo)
Panelists: Edwin Curley (University of Michigan)
Nicholas Wolterstor (Yale University Divinity School)
Robert Audi (University of Notre Dame)
M. Cathleen Kaveny (University of Notre Dame Law
School)
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 12:152:15 P.M.
GROUP PROGRAM SESSIONS
GVI-1. Association for Philosophy of Education
Chair: Gina Schouten (Illinois State University)
Speakers: Jaime Ahlberg (University of Florida)
Justice, Education, and Disability
Paula McAvoy (Spencer Foundation)
Diana Hess (Spencer Foundation)
Should Teachers of Controversial Issues Disclose
Their Views?
GVI-2. North American Division of the Schopenhauer Society
Chair: David E. Cartwright (University of Wisconsin
Whitewater)
37
Saturday Afternoon, March 1: 12:152:15 p.m.
Speaker: Frederick Beiser (Syracuse University)
Re-Examining the Schopenhauer Legacy
GVI-3. Marxism and Philosophy Association
Topic: The Next American Revolution: Mainstream Hopes and
Radical Alternatives
Chair: Peter Amato (Drexel University)
Speakers: David Schweickart (Loyola University Chicago)
The Next American Revolution: Radical Alternatives
Tony Smith (Iowa State University)
The Next American Revolution: Mainstream Hopes
GVI-4. Joint Session Sponsored by Personalist Discussion Group, Society
for the Philosophy of Creativity
Topic: Schelling on Creativity
Chair: Corey McCall (Elmira College)
Speaker: Jason Wirth (Seattle University)
Schelling and the Life of the Imagination
Commentator: Myron Jackson (Southern Illinois University
Carbondale)
GVI-5. Radical Philosophy Association
Topic: Hobbes Reconsidered: The Ordering of the Political in the
Twenty-rst Century
Chair: Carolyn Cusick (Fresno State University)
Speakers: Patrick Ahern (Vanderbilt University)
Hobbesian Felicity and the Physics of Desire
Adam Burgos (Vanderbilt University)
The Sovereignty of Language and the Threat of
Revolution in Leviathan
Je Epstein (State University of New York at Stony
Brook)
The Conceptualization of Foreignness in Hobbess
Analysis of Sovereignty
GVI-6. North American Nietzsche Society
Topic: Nietzsche on Critical Philosophical Method
Chair: Richard Schacht (University of Illinois at Urbana-
Champaign)
Speakers: Guy Elgat (Northwestern University)
How Smart (and Just) is Ressentiment?
Donovan T. Miyasaki (Wright State University)
Feeling, Not Freedom: Nietzsche Against Agency
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Saturday Afternoon, March 1: 12:152:15 p.m. (cont.)
GVI-7. Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy
Chair: Eric S. Nelson (University of Massachusetts Lowell)
Speakers: Bongrae Seok (Alvernia University)
Confucian Self-Cultivation and Meta-Virtue
Eric S. Nelson (University of Massachusetts Lowell)
The Question of Confucius in German Philosophy
Chien-Hsing Ho (Graduate Institute of Religious
Studies, Nanhua University, Taiwan)
Emptiness as Subject-Object Unity: Sengzhao on
the Way Things Truly Are
Stephen Harris (University of New Mexico)
Demandingness, Well-Being, and the Bodhisattva
Path
GVI-8. International Society for Environmental Ethics
Speakers: Eric Katz (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Geoengineering, Restoration, and the Construction
of Nature
Alex Lenferna (University of Washington)
Betting on Climate Failure: The Ethics and
Economics of Fossil Fuel Divestment
Mark Cladis (Brown University)
Religion, Democracy, and the Environmental
Imagination
GVI-9. Philosophy of Time Society
Chair: V. Alan White (University of WisconsinManitowoc)
Speaker: Eric Rubenstein (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
Relations and the Essence of Time
Commentator: L. Nathan Oaklander (University of MichiganFlint)
Speaker: Melissa MacAulay (University of Western Ontario)
Oaklander on Characterizing the Debate about
Time
Commentator: L. Nathan Oaklander (University of MichiganFlint)
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Saturday Afternoon, March 1: 2:305:30 p.m.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 2:305:30 P.M.
MAIN PROGRAM SESSIONS
VII-A. Invited Symposium: The Cognitive Neuroscience Revolution
Chair: William Wimsatt (University of Chicago and
University of Minnesota)
Speakers: Gualtiero Piccinini (University of MissouriSt. Louis)
and Trey Boone (University of Pittsburgh)
Title to be announced
Carrie Figdor (University of Iowa)
The Unnished Revolution in Cognitive Science
Commentator: Robert D. Rupert (University of ColoradoBoulder)
VII-B. Invited Symposium: Platos Philebus
Chair: Christopher Frey (University of South Carolina)
Speakers: Matthew Evans (University of MichiganAnn Arbor)
Emily Fletcher (University of Toronto)
J. Clerk Shaw (University of Tennessee)
VII-C. Invited Symposium: Reasons in Epistemology
Chair: Lauren Leydon-Hardy (Northwestern University)
Speakers: Stewart Cohen (University of Arizona)
John Hawthorne (Oxford University)
Commentator: Mark Schroeder (University of Southern California)
VII-D. Invited Symposium: The Politics of Reproduction
Chair: Candace Vogler (University of Chicago)
Speakers: Penelope Deutscher (Northwestern University)
Catherine Mills (Monash University)
Commentator: Samir Haddad (Fordham University)
VII-E. Author Meets Critics: Robert N. Johnson, Self-Improvement
Chair: Christina Dietz (Kings College London)
Critics: Anne Margaret Baxley (Washington University in St.
Louis)
Jeanine M. Grenberg (St. Olaf College)
Author: Robert N. Johnson (University of MissouriColumbia)
VII-F. Submitted Symposium
Chair: To be announced
Speaker: Caleb Perl (University of Southern California)
Russellians Can Get Donkeys and Bishops Just Right
Commentator: Hsiang-Yun Chen (Centenary College of Louisiana)
40
Saturday Afternoon, March 1: 2:305:30 p.m. (cont.)
VII-G. Colloquium: Social Convention and Interpretation
2:303:30 p.m. Radical Interpretation and the Problem of Asymmetry
Chair: Rod Bertolet (Purdue University)
Speaker: Greg Lynch (Fordham University)
Commentator: Samuel C. Wheeler III (University of Connecticut)
3:304:30 p.m. Social Conventions and Associative Duties
Chair: Robert F. Card (State University of New YorkOswego)
Speaker: Erin Taylor (Cornell University)
Commentator: Zac Cogley (Northern Michigan University)
4:305:30 p.m. How to Modify Lewisian Social Conventions to
Account for Dierence, Dissent, and Evolution
Chair: Daniel A. Krasner (Metropolitan State University
Denver)
Speaker: Sarah Braasch (San Francisco State University)
Commentator: Gary Mar (Stony Brook University)
VII-H. Colloquium: Philosophy of Mind
2:303:30 p.m. Re-Cognizing Perception and Cognition
Chair: Kelly Trogdon (Virginia Tech)
Speaker: Daniel Burnston (University of CaliforniaSan Diego)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Wayne Wu (Carnegie Mellon University)
3:304:30 p.m. What If Conscious Experience Entails Change?
Chair: Timothy Schroeder (Ohio State University)
Speaker: Gary Bartlett (Central Washington University)
Commentator: Justin C. Fisher (Southern Methodist University)
4:305:30 p.m. Status of Psych in Platos Phaedo
Chair: Andrew Black (University of MissouriSt. Louis)
Speaker: Sophia A. Stone (Purdue University)
Commentator: Scott Berman (Saint Louis University)
VII-I. Colloquium: Continental and Political Philosophy
2:303:30 p.m. Levinasian Responsibility and Liberal Politics:
Rethinking Freedom and Rights
Chair: Michael L. Morgan (Indiana UniversityBloomington)
Speaker: Cheryl Hughes (Wabash College)
Commentator: Katherine Kirby (St. Michaels College)
3:304:30 p.m. The Strategies of Biopower and Normalization
Present in the Controversial Administration of the
HPV Vaccine to Adolescents: A Foucaultian Analysis
Chair: Danielle Wylie (University of IllinoisChicago)
Speaker: Kimberly Engels (Marquette University)
Commentator: Tuomo Tiisala (University of Chicago)
41
Saturday Afternoon, March 1: 2:305:30 p.m. (cont.)
VII-J. Colloquium: Grounding and Monism
2:303:30 p.m. Against the Necessity of Monism
Chair: Andrew Cortens (Boise State University)
Speaker: Shruta Swarup (Cornell University)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Alexander Jackson (Boise State University)
3:304:30 p.m. Philosophical Denitions: The Grounding View
Chair: Alyssa Ney (University of Rochester)
Speaker: Joachim Horvath (University of Cologne)
Commentator: Bryan Pickel (University of Edinburgh)
4:305:30 p.m. Permissivism without Grounding
Chair: Jon M. Cogburn (Louisiana State University)
Speaker: Jonah Goldwater (University of South Florida)
Commentator: Troy W. Cross (Reed College)
VII-K. Colloquium: Seventeenth Century Philosophy
2:303:30 p.m. Retributivism in Hobbess Theory of Punishment
Chair: Lewis Powell (University at Bualo, SUNY)
Speaker: Arthur Yates (School of Law, University of California
Berkeley)
Commentator: Sarah Meier (Emory University)
3:304:30 p.m. Sensitive Knowledge as Natural Knowledge
Chair: Michael Jacovides (Purdue University)
Speaker: Aaron Wilson (University of Miami)
Commentator: Shelley Weinberg (University of Illinois at Urbana-
Champaign)
4:305:30 p.m. Descartes on Innateness and Triggering Causation
Chair: Georey A. Gorham (Macalester College)
Speaker: Raaella De Rosa (Rutgers University)
Commentator: Elliot Samuel Paul (Barnard College, Columbia
University)
VII-L. Colloquium: Modality
2:303:30 p.m. Truth Gaps and Impossible Worlds
Chair: Nicholas F. Stang (University of Miami)
Speaker: Cameron Gibbs (University of Massachusetts
Amherst)
Graduate student travel stipend recipient
Commentator: Joe R. Salerno (Saint Louis University)
3:304:30 p.m. Unnecessary Existents
Chair: Peter Hylton (University of IllinoisChicago)
Speaker: Joshua Spencer (University of WisconsinMilwaukee)
Commentator: Michael Nelson (University of CaliforniaRiverside)
42
Saturday Afternoon, March 1: 2:305:30 p.m. (cont.)
4:305:30 p.m. The Way of Actuality
Chair: Jack Woods (Princeton University/Bilkent University)
Speaker: Sam Cowling (Denison University)
Commentator: Kris N. McDaniel (Syracuse University)
VII-M. APA Committee Session: Coming to a School Near You! Philosophy
Delivers on the Common Core State Standards
Arranged by the APA Committee on Pre-College Instruction in
Philosophy
Chair: Rene Smith (Coastal Carolina University)
Speakers: Andrew Pessin (Connecticut College)
Dan Fouts (Maine West High School, Des Plaines, IL)
Living the Questions: Conquering Common Core
with the 60-Second Philosopher
Lisa Donnelly (Science and Arts Academy, Des
Plaines, IL)
Whats Your Philosophy? Integrating CCSS in
Philosophy Instruction Grades 1-8
Steven Goldberg (Oak Park and River Forest High
School)
Common Core for an Uncommon Course: Applying
Standards to High School Philosophy
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Main and Group Program
Participants
(Group sessions begin with the letter G; all others are main sessions.)
A
ABBARNO, G. John M. (DYouville College) ........................................... GI-2, GIII-4
ABDOOL, Rosalind (University of Waterloo) ........................................................II-J
ABSHER, Brandon (DYouville College) ............................................................ GIII-4
ADLEBERG, Toni (University of CaliforniaSan Diego) .......................................II-N
AGARD, Olivier (Universit Paris-Sorbonne) .................................................... GV-4
AHERN, Patrick (Vanderbilt University) ............................................................ GVI-5
AHLBERG, Jaime (University of Florida) .......................................................... GVI-1
AMATO, Peter (Drexel University) ..................................................................... GVI-3
AMERIKS, Karl (University of Notre Dame)..........................................................V-G
ANDERSON, Elizabeth Secor (University of MichiganAnn Arbor) ...............III-AA
ANTON, Audrey L. (Western Kentucky University) .......................................... GV-5
ANTONY, Louise (University of Massachusetts Amherst) ...................... V-D, GII-7
ARIEW, Andr (University of Missouri) ............................................................... III-C
ARJO, Dennis (Johnson County Community College) .................................. GIV-7
ARLIG, Andrew (Brooklyn College, CUNY) ........................................................... V-I
ARNOLD, Dan (University of Chicago)............................................................. GIII-7
ARNOLD, Samuel (Texas Christian University) ................................................. GV-9
ARPALY, Nomy (Brown University) ....................................................................... V-E
ASMIS, Elizabeth (University of Chicago) ................................................ III-G, GV-5
AUDI, Robert (University of Notre Dame) ......................................................... VI-O
AUSTIN, Emily A. (Wake Forest University) ........................................................IV-H
AUXIER, Randall E. (Southern Illinois UniversityCarbondale) ..................... GIV-3
AYDEDE, Murat (University of British Columbia) ............................................... IV-G
AZZOUNI, Jody (Tufts University) .................................................................. GIII-12
B
BACESKI, Tina (Rockhurst College) .................................................................. GIII-5
BANDINI, Aude (Universit de Montral/Universit du Qubec
Montral) .................................................................................................. GIV-2
BARIL, Anne M. (University of New Mexico) ...................................................... VI-J
BARKASI, Michael (Rice University)...................................................................... III-I
BARNETTE, Kara (Westminster College, Salt Lake City) ................................. GIV-3
BARTLETT, Gary (Central Washington University) ............................................VII-H
BAUER, William (North Carolina State University) .............................................IV-D
BAXLEY, Anne Margaret (Washington University in St. Louis) ........................ VII-E
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Main and Group Program Participants
BAYER, Benjamin J. (Loyola University New Orleans) ...................................... IV-L
BAYLIS, Franoise (Dalhousie University) ........................................................... VI-L
BEERBOHM, Eric (Harvard University (Political Science)) .................................IV-N
BEHAR-HORENSTEIN, Linda S. (University of Florida)................................... GV-13
BEISER, Frederick (Syracuse University) .......................................................... GVI-2
BELL, Daniel (Tsinghua University, Beijing) ..................................................... GV-2
BELL, Macalester C. (Columbia University) ......................................................... V-C
BENSEN-CAIN, Rebecca (Oklahoma State University) .....................................IV-H
BERGER, Douglas L. (Southern Illinois UniversityCarbondale) ................... GIII-7
BERMAN, Scott (Saint Louis University) ............................................................VII-H
BERNECKER, Sven (University of CaliforniaIrvine) ............................................ V-K
BERNSTEIN, Sara (Duke University) ..................................................................... IV-B
BERTOLET, Rod (Purdue University).................................................................. VII-G
BESSER-JONES, Lorraine L. (Middlebury College) ............................................ V-M
BISHOP, Michael (Florida State University) ....................................................... IV-G
BLACK, Andrew (University of MissouriSt. Louis) ..........................................VII-H
BONDURANT, Hannah A. (Independent Scholar) ............................................. III-K
BOONE, Trey (University of Pittsburgh)............................................................. VII-A
BOTERO, Maria (Sam Houston State University) ............................................ GIV-1
BOWMAN, Margaret (University of Toronto) .....................................................VI-D
BRAASCH, Sarah (San Francisco State University) .......................................... VII-G
BRADLEY, Ben (Syracuse University) .................................................................... I-B
BRAFMAN, Yonatan (Columbia University) ....................................................... GII-1
BRENNAN, Jason F. (Georgetown University) ................................................. GV-9
BREWER, Bill (Kings College London) .................................................................V-D
BREWER, Talbot (University of Virginia) ............................................................... V-E
BRIGHOUSE, Harry (University of WisconsinMadison) ................................ GIII-1
BRINK, David (University of CaliforniaSan Diego) .......................................... VI-N
BROGAARD, Berit (University of MissouriSt. Louis) .........................................V-D
BROWER-TOLAND, Susan (Saint Louis University) .............................................. V-I
BROWN, Charlotte (Illinois Wesleyan University) ........................................... GIII-5
BROWN, Michael Joseph (Wabash College) .................................................. GIV-5
BUCCAFURNI-HUBER, Diana (Sam Houston State University) ...................... GIV-1
BUCHAK, Lara (University of CaliforniaBerkeley).............................................. V-A
BUCKAREFF, Andrei A. (Marist College) .............................................................. II-H
BULTHUIS, Nathaniel (Cornell University) ............................................................ V-I
BURGOS, Adam (Vanderbilt University) .......................................................... GVI-5
BURNSTON, Daniel (University of CaliforniaSan Diego) ................................VII-H
C
CAIN, James (Oklahoma State University) ......................................................... IV-L
CAMPBELL, James (University of Toledo) ...................................................... GV-14
CAMPBELL, Michelle M. (Purdue University) ................................................. GV-10
CAPLAN, Ben (Ohio State University) ......................................................... II-E, IV-G
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Main and Group Program Participants
CAPPELEN, Herman (University of St Andrews) ................................................VI-C
CARD, Robert F. (State University of New YorkOswego) .............................. VII-G
CARIANI, Fabrizio (Northwestern University) ...................................................... III-I
CARLEY, Craig (Phoenix College) ................................................................... GIII-11
CARLSON, Brian (University of Kentucky) ......................................................... VI-G
CARSON, Thomas L. (Loyola University Chicago) ............................................. IV-F
CARTWRIGHT, David E. (University of WisconsinWhitewater) .................... GVI-2
CAUSEVIC, Mirsad (Genocide Survivor) ........................................................ GIV-10
CAVE, Eric M. (Arkansas State University) ....................................................... GIV-4
CHAMPENE, Aaron R. (St. Louis Community CollegeMeramec) ..........III-M, V-N
CHANT, Sara Rachel (University of MissouriColumbia) ....................................V-J
CHEN, Hsiang-Yun (Centenary College of Louisiana) ..................................... VII-F
CHISLENKO, Eugene (University of CaliforniaBerkeley) ..................................IV-J
CHO, Eunsu (Seoul National University) ..............................................................II-L
CHUDNOFF, Elijah (University of Miami) ............................................................VI-C
CISNEROS, Natalie (Gettysburg College) .......................................................... IV-F
CLADIS, Mark (Brown University) ..................................................................... GVI-8
CLAPP, Leonard (Northern Illinois University) .................................................. III-M
COATNEY, Dereck (Tulane University) ............................................................ GV-11
CODE, Lorraine (York University) .................................................................... GIV-13
COGBURN, Jon M. (Louisiana State University) ............................................... VII-J
COGLEY, Zac (Northern Michigan University) ......................... VII-G, GII-7, GIV-11
COHEN, Amy (Ohio State University (Law)) .................................................. GIV-14
COHEN, Glenn (Harvard University).................................................................... VI-L
COHEN, Stewart (University of Arizona) ............................................................VII-C
COHOE, Caleb (Metropolitan State University of Denver) .......................V-I, GV-5
COLEMAN, Mary Clayton (Illinois Wesleyan University) ................................... III-K
CONANT, James (University of Chicago) .............................................GIII-6, GIV-2
CONEE, Earl (University of Rochester) ................................................................III-L
CONNELLY, James (Trent University) ................................................................ GV-8
CONROY, Christina (Morehead State University) ................................. IV-M, GIV-1
CONSTANT, Dimitri (Boston University) ............................................................ GV-3
COOK, Ezra J. (Northwestern University) ............................................................ III-I
COOK, J. Thomas (Rollins College) ..................................................................... III-H
COOK, Kathleen (University of Pittsburgh) ........................................................ VI-A
COOLEY, Dennis R. (North Dakota State University) .................................... GIII-10
CORNWELL, William (Salem State University) ................................................ GIII-4
CORTENS, Andrew (Boise State University) ...................................................... VII-J
COSTELLO, Peter (Providence College) ............................................................ IV-O
COVA, Florian (University of Geneva) ................................................................. III-H
COWLING, Sam (Denison University) ................................................................ VII-L
CRAIG, William Lane (Talbot School of Theology) ....................................... GIII-12
CRAY, Wesley D. (Grand Valley State University) ............................................ GII-5
CRESSWELL, M. J. (Victoria University of Wellington) ..............................II-C, VI-H
46
Main and Group Program Participants
CRONIN, Irena (University of CaliforniaLos Angeles) .......................................V-J
CROSS, Richard (University of Notre Dame) ....................................................... V-I
CROSS, Troy W. (Reed College) .......................................................................... VII-J
CUNEO, Terence (University of Vermont) .......................................................... IV-C
CURLEY, Edwin (University of Michigan) .......................................................... VI-O
CUSICK, Carolyn (Fresno State University) ..................................................... GVI-5
D
DARMS, Justin (Ohio State University) ............................................................... V-C
DALY, Helen (Colorado College) .......................................................................... V-L
DAVIS, Zachary (St. Johns University) ............................................................... GV-4
DE HARVEN, Vanessa (University of Massachusetts Amherst) ....................... V-M
DE MONTICELLI, Roberta (Universit Vita-Salute San Raaele, Milan) ......... GI-1
DE ROSA, Raaella (Rutgers University) ........................................................... VII-K
DEERE, Don (DePaul University) ..........................................................................III-O
DEMBROFF, Robin (University of Notre Dame) .......................................VI-J, GV-6
DENG, Natalja (University of Notre Dame) ...........................................................II-I
DENG, Yi (University of North Georgia) .......................................................... GIV-7
DEONNA, Julien (University of Geneva) ............................................................. V-C
DEUTSCHER, Penelope (Northwestern University) ..........................................VII-D
DIAZ-LEON, Esa (University of Manitoba) ......................................................... III-M
DICKIE, Imogen (University of Toronto) ............................................................. III-A
DICKINSON, Colby (Loyola University) ............................................................ GIV-8
DIETZ, Christina (Kings College London) .......................................................... VII-E
DIETZEL, Alix (University of Sheeld) ........................................................... GIV-13
DILLER, Jeanine A. (University of Toledo) ......................................................... VI-O
DILLON, Robin S. (Lehigh University) ............................................................... GII-7
DONNELLY, Lisa (Science and Arts Academy, Des Plaines) .......................... VII-M
DOWNING, Lisa (Ohio State University) ............................................................. IV-A
DRAZ, Marie (DePaul University) ......................................................................... IV-F
DREIER, James (Brown University) .......................................................................III-J
DRNOVSEK, Sanja (Bosnian-American Genocide Institute and Education
Center, Chicago)....................................................................................... GIV-10
DUARTE, Eduardo (Hofstra University) ............................................................. GV-7
DYZENHAUS, David (University of TorontoLaw) ............................................IV-N
E
EBREY, David (Northwestern University) ............................................................. II-A
ECKSTRAND, Nathan (Duquesne University) ..................................................... IV-F
EDWARDS, G. Fay (Washington University in St. Louis) .................................... VI-A
EDWARDS, Kevan (Syracuse University) .............................................................. II-E
ELGAT, Guy (Northwestern University) ........................................................... GVI-6
ENGELS, Kimberly (Marquette University) ......................................................... VII-I
EPSTEIN, Je (State University of New York at Stony Brook) ....................... GVI-5
47
Main and Group Program Participants
ERSKINE, Toni (Aberystwyth University/University of New South Wales,
Canberra) ........................................................................................................III-N
ETLIN, David (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich) .................................. III-I
EVANS, Matthew (University of MichiganAnn Arbor) .................................... VII-B
F
FAIR, Frank (Sam Houston State University) .................................................. GV-13
FAIRCHILD, Maegan (University of Southern California) ..................................VI-H
FALLIS, Don T. (University of Arizona) ...................................................................V-J
FANTL, Jeremy (University of Calgary) ................................................................III-L
FEAGIN, Susan L. (Temple University) ............................................................ GII-10
FELD, Alina N. (Long Island University) ........................................................... GIV-8
FELTZ, Adam (Michigan Technological University) ........................................... III-H
FIGDOR, Carrie (University of Iowa) ..................................................................VII-A
FILICE, Carlo (State University of New YorkGeneseo) ................................. GIII-9
FINCH, Alicia (Northern Illinois University)...............................................IV-L, GV-6
FINLEY, Kate (University of Notre Dame) .......................................................... VI-G
FISCHER, Marilyn (University of Dayton) ........................................................ GV-14
FISHER, Justin C. (Southern Methodist University)..........................................VII-H
FITELSON, Branden (Rutgers University) ............................................................ V-K
FITZPATRICK, William (University of Rochester) ................................................ IV-C
FITZSIMMONS, Erin (Colby College) ....................................................................II-N
FLAMM, Matthew (Rockford College) ............................................................ GII-11
FLETCHER, Emily (University of Toronto) ........................................................... VII-B
FLORY, Dan (Montana State University) ..............................................GII-5, GIV-12
FLOWERREE, Amy (Northwestern University) ..................................................... V-K
FORCEHIMES, Andrew (Vanderbilt University) ...................................................III-J
FORD, Anton (University of Chicago) ......................................................... II-B, IV-N
FOUTS, Dan (Maine West High School, Des Plaines, IL) ................................ VII-M
FRANCIS, Leslie Pickering (University of Utah) ................................................. VI-L
FRANK, Devin (University of Missouri) ...............................................................VI-H
FRANKLIN, A. Todd (Hamilton College) .............................................................. IV-F
FRANKLIN, Christopher E. (Marymount University) .......................................... III-K
FRENCH, Peter (Arizona State University) ..........................................................III-N
FREY, Christopher (University of South Carolina) ............................................ VII-B
FREY, Jennifer (University of South Carolina) ..................................................... V-E
FRIEDMAN, Jane (New York University) ............................................................. IV-K
FRISE, Matthew J. (University of Rochester) ...................................................... V-K
FULLER, Timothy (Yonsei University (Korea)) ...................................................... II-D
G
GABEL, Michael (Universitt Erfuhrt) ................................................................ GV-4
GAHAN, William (Rockford University) ........................................................... GII-11
GAN, Barry (St. Bonaventure University) ........................................................... GI-2
48
Main and Group Program Participants
GARDINER, Georgina (Rutgers University) ........................................................ IV-K
GARDNER, Molly (University of North CarolinaChapel Hill) ........................... III-K
GAUS, Gerald (University of Arizona) ................................................................. III-D
GEHRMAN, Kristina (Miami University of Ohio) .................................................IV-J
GELBER, Jessica (Syracuse University) .............................................................. VI-A
GEORGALIS, Nicholas (East Carolina University) ............................................. III-M
GIBBS, Cameron (University of Massachusetts Amherst) .............................. VII-L
GILLETT, Carl (Northern Illinois University) ..................................................... GIV-9
GILLIES, Anthony (Rutgers University) ............................................................... III-E
GLANZBERG, Michael J. (Northwestern University) .......................................... II-F
GODOY, Eric (New School for Social Research and Pratt Institute) .......... GIV-13
GOLDBERG, Sanford (Northwestern University) ................................................. I-C
GOLDBERG, Steven (Oak Park and River Forest High School) ............ IV-O, VII-M
GOLDBERG, Zachary J. (Universitt Regensburg) ............................................III-N
GOLDWATER, Jonah (University of South Florida) ........................................... VII-J
GONZALEZ, Gina Blunt (Morehead State University) .................................... GIV-1
GORHAM, Georey A. (Macalester College) ................................................... VII-K
GOTTLIEB, Paula (University of WisconsinMadison) ......................................... I-D
GOTTLBER, Susan (National University of Ireland, Maynooth) ................... GII-3
GRAHAM, Andrew (University of MissouriKansas City) ................................. VI-G
GRAY, Aidan (University of IllinoisChicago) .....................................................VI-H
GREEN, Derek (Northwestern University) ......................................................... III-M
GREEN, Paul (Mount St. Marys College) ............................................GIV-1, GV-13
GRENBERG, Jeanine M. (St. Olaf College) ........................................................ VII-E
GROFF, Ruth (Saint Louis University) ................................................................. V-M
GROSS, Daniel (Ohio State University) ................................................................. I-C
GUCCINELLI, Roberta (Universit Vita-Salute San Raaele, Milan) .............. GV-4
GUPTA, Bina (University of MissouriColumbia) ............................................ GIII-7
GWIN, Mary (Oklahoma State University) .............................................III-L, GIII-11
H
HACKER-WRIGHT, John (University of Guelph) ..................................................IV-J
HADDAD, Samir (Fordham University) ...............................................................VII-D
HAGEDORN, Eric W. (St. Norbert College) ........................................................... V-I
HAGEN, Daniel (Mount Holyoke College) .......................................................... V-M
HAHN, Susan (Wesleyan University) .................................................................... VI-I
HAJIALIORAKPOUR, Saboura (University of Tehran) ...................................... GII-3
HALWANI, Raja (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) ......................V-L, GIII-10
HAMILTON, James R. (Kansas State University) ............................................ GII-10
HANKS, Peter W. (University of MinnesotaTwin Cities) .................................... I-A
HANSEN, Rebecca Longtin (Emory University) ............................................... GV-3
HANSER, Matthew (University of CaliforniaSanta Barbara) ............................VI-D
HARE, Caspar (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) .................................. VI-B
HARMAN, Elizabeth (Princeton University) ........................................................ VI-B
49
Main and Group Program Participants
HARRELSON, Kevin (Ball State University) ...................................................... GIV-3
HARRIS, Stephen (University of New Mexico) ................................................ GVI-7
HARTMAN, Peter (Loyola University Chicago) ..................................................... V-I
HARTMAN, Robert J. (Saint Louis University) .................................................... III-H
HARTMANN, Bill (St. Louis Community CollegeForest Park) .................V-N, VI-M
HATCHER, Donald L. (Baker University) .......................................................... GV-13
HAUG, Matthew C. (College of William & Mary) .................................................II-J
HAWTHORNE, John (Oxford University) ............................................................VII-C
HAYAKI, Reina (University of Nebraska) .............................................................. III-F
HEATHWOOD, Chris (University of ColoradoBoulder) ...................................... I-B
HEDRICK, Todd (Michigan State University) .......................................................V-H
HEIDE, Dai (Simon Fraser University) ................................................................... VI-I
HELLER, Mark (Syracuse University) .................................................................. VI-G
HESS, Diana (Spencer Foundation) ................................................................. GVI-1
HESS, Elijah (University of Arkansas) .................................................................. VI-J
HILBERT, David (University of IllinoisChicago) ................................................ IV-E
HITT, James (Saginaw Valley State University) ................................................ GII-6
HO, Chien-Hsing (Nanhua University, Taiwan) ............................................... GVI-7
HOLBERG, Erica (Utah State University) ............................................................. V-M
HOPWOOD, Mark (University of Chicago) .......................................................... II-H
HORTY, John F. (University of Maryland) ........................................................... III-E
HORVATH, Joachim (University of Cologne) .................................................... VII-J
HOWARD, Chris (University of Arizona) ............................................................. IV-M
HOWARD, Scott (Harvard University) .................................................................. VI-K
HUGHES, Cheryl (Wabash College) .................................................................... VII-I
HUNTER, David (Ryerson University) ...................................................................IV-J
HYLTON, Peter (University of IllinoisChicago) ................................................. VII-L
I
ILEA, Ramona Cristina (Pacic University Oregon) ............................................ IV-I
IRANI, Tushar (Wesleyan University) ...................................................................IV-H
J
JACKSON, Alexander (Boise State University) .................................................. VII-J
JACKSON, Myron (Southern Illinois UniversityCarbondale) ....................... GVI-4
JACOBSON, Daniel (University of Michigan) ...................................................... V-C
JACOVIDES, Michael (Purdue University) ................................................ VI-E, VII-K
JAEGER, Gary A. (Vanderbilt University) .............................................................V-H
JAGANNATHAN, Dhananjay (University of Chicago) ........................................IV-H
JAMES, Steven (University of TexasAustin) ....................................................... V-K
JANES, John (Marquette University) .................................................................. IV-F
JANSEN, Sarah (Carleton College) ......................................................................III-G
JING, Li (Chinese University of Hong Kong) ................................................... GV-4
JOHNSON, Casey (University of Connecticut) ................................................... V-L
50
Main and Group Program Participants
JOHNSON, Robert N. (University of MissouriColumbia) ............................... VII-E
JOHNSTON, Allan (Columbia College and DePaul University) ...................... GV-7
JOHNSTON, Guillemette (DePaul University) ................................................. GIV-5
JORDE, Weston (Dakota County Technical College) .................................... GV-13
JOYCE, James (University of Michigan) ...............................................................V-J
JUN, Nathan (Midwestern State University) ..........................................IV-F, GV-10
K
KAHN, Leonard A. (Loyola University New Orleans) ........................................ VI-L
KALAR, Brent (University of New Mexico) .......................................................... VI-I
KAPITAN, Tomis (Northern Illinois University) .................................................... IV-L
KAPLAN, Mark (Indiana UniversityBloomington) ............................................. V-A
KASPERBAUER, T. J. (Texas A&M University) ....................................................... IV-I
KATZ, Emily (Michigan State University).............................................................IV-H
KATZ, Eric (New Jersey Institute of Technology) .................................GII-8, GVI-8
KATZ, Jessica Meord (Bowling Green State University) .................................III-J
KAVENY, M. Cathleen (University of Notre Dame Law School) ...................... VI-O
KAWALL, Jason R. (Colgate University) ............................................................... V-L
KAZANJIAN, Michael M. (Triton College) ....................................................... GV-12
KEISER, Jessica (Yale University) ...........................................................................V-J
KELLER, John A. (Niagara University) .................................................................. II-F
KELLER, Lorraine (Niagara University) ................................................................VI-H
KELLY, Daniel R. (Purdue University) ................................................................... VI-F
KELLY, Eugene (New York Institute of Technology) ......................................... GI-1
KELSEY, Sean (University of Notre Dame) .......................................................... II-A
KERSHNAR, Stephen (SUNY Fredonia) ............................................................. GII-2
KILBARGER, Ben (Independent Scholar) ..............................................................V-J
KIM, Brian (Ohio State University) ....................................................................... IV-K
KIM, Halla (University of NebraskaOmaha) ........................................................II-L
KIM, Richard T. (City University of Hong Kong) .............................................. GIV-7
KIND, Amy (Claremont McKenna College) ........................................................ VI-K
KIRBY, Katherine (St. Michaels College) ............................................................ VII-I
KISSEL, Andrew (Ohio State University) ............................................................. III-H
KLEIN, Shawn (Rockford University) .............................................................. GIII-11
KLEMICK, Grin (Northern Illinois University) .................................................. III-I
KNOBE, Joshua (Yale University) ......................................................................... III-C
KOOLAGE, John (Eastern Michigan University) ............................................... IV-M
KORMAN, Daniel Z. (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) .................. VI-J
KORZUKHIN, Theodore (Cornell University) ....................................................... III-I
KOSLICKI, Kathrin (University of Alberta) ...........................................................IV-D
KRAEMER, Eric R. (University of WisconsinLaCrosse) ..................................... IV-L
KRASNER, Daniel A. (Metropolitan State University Denver) ......................... VII-G
KRAUT, Richard (Northwestern University) ......................................................... V-E
KRISHNAMURTHY, Meena (University of Manitoba) ...........................................II-J
51
Main and Group Program Participants
KROLL, Nick (Franklin and Marshall College) .......................................................II-I
KUKLA, Rebecca (Georgetown University) ........................................................ II-K
KUNZ, Erin (Mayville State University) ............................................................. GIV-5
KUTLU, Evrim (Universitt Kln)......................................................................... GII-3
L
LACKEY, Jennifer (Northwestern University) ...................................................... V-K
LAMB, Gordon (Sam Houston State University) ............................................ GIV-1
LANCE, Mark (Georgetown University) .............................................................. III-E
LAPOINTE, Sandra (McMaster University) ....................................................... GII-9
LAVEN, Wim (Kennesaw State University) ...................................................... GIII-9
LAWLOR, Krista (Stanford University) ................................................................. III-E
LEE, Mitzi (University of Colorado)......................................................................IV-H
LEE, Nan-Nan (St. Xavier University at Chicago) ............................................ GIV-6
LEE, Sander H. (Keene State College) ........................................................... GIV-12
LEITER, Brian (University of Chicago) ................................................................ VI-N
LENFERNA, Alex (University of Washington) .................................................. GVI-8
LEONARD, Matthew (University of Southern California) ................................. VI-G
LEONTYEV, Leon (Australian National University) ............................................. IV-K
LEPORE, Kevin (Elmhurst College) ....................................................................... II-B
LEVINE, Steven (University of Massachusetts Boston) ................................. GIV-2
LEWIS, Court (Owensboro Community and Technical College) .................. GIII-9
LEWIS, Peter J. (University of Miami) ................................................................. IV-M
LEYDON-HARDY, Lauren (Northwestern University) ........................................VII-C
LI, Chenyang (Nanyang Technological University) ......................................... GV-2
LIAO, Matthew (New York University) ................................................................ VI-L
LICHTENBERT, Robert (Editor, The Meaning of Life) .................................... GV-12
LIMANOWSKI, Alex (Tulane University) .......................................................... GV-11
LISTER, Andrew (Queens University (Ontario)) ................................................ III-D
LISTON, Michael (University of WisconsinMilwaukee) .................................. IV-M
LISZKA, James (State University of New York at Plattsburgh) ...................... GIII-3
LITTLEJOHN, Clayton M. (University of TexasSan Antonio) ............................. I-C
LOLORDO, Antonia (University of Virginia) ........................................................ VI-E
LONG, Roderick T. (Auburn University) .............................................................. III-H
LOPEZ DE SA, Dan (ICREA-Universitat de Barcelona) ............................VI-G, GII-7
LOPEZ, Jason (Wisconsin University) ...................................................................V-J
LOTT, Micah (Boston College) ............................................................................. IV-C
LOTTENBACH, Hans (Kenyon College) ................................................................ VI-I
LOTZ, Christian (Michigan State University) ................................................... GIV-8
LOUDEN, Robert B. (University of Southern Maine) ...................................... GIII-8
LUCHTE, James (University of Wales Trinity Saint David) .............................. GV-3
LUDWIG, Bernd (Universitt Gttingen) ......................................................... GIII-8
LYNCH, Greg (Fordham University) .................................................................. VII-G
52
Main and Group Program Participants
M
MACAULAY, Melissa (University of Western Ontario) .................................... GVI-9
MACAVOY, Leslie (East Tennessee State University) ....................................... IV-F
MACCUMHAILL, Claire (Durham University) ...................................................... III-A
MACHERY, Edouard (University of Pittsburgh) .................................................. III-C
MACK, Philip (Marquette University) ................................................................ GII-6
MAGLIORE, Najah (Colby College) ......................................................................II-N
MAGNELL, Thomas (Drew University) .............................................................. GII-2
MAGRINI, James (College of DuPage) ............................................................. GV-7
MALINK, Marko (University of Chicago) .............................................................. V-F
MAR, Gary (Stony Brook University) ................................................................. VII-G
MARCHETTI, Sarin (University College, Dublin) ............................................... GII-6
MARES, Edwin (Victoria University of Wellington) ....................................II-C, VI-H
MARINO, Patricia A. (University of Waterloo) ................................... II-J, V-L, GIV-4
MARTIN, Christopher (University of WisconsinGreen Bay) ............................ VI-K
MARTIN, Michael (University of CaliforniaBerkeley/University
College, London) ........................................................................................... III-A
MASON, Michelle (University of MinnesotaTwin Cities) ................................ VI-K
MAY, Simon (Florida State University) ........................................................... GIV-14
MCAVOY, Paula (Spencer Foundation) ............................................................ GVI-1
MCBRIDE, William (Purdue University) ............................................................... V-K
MCCABE, David (Colgate University) ................................................................... IV-I
MCCAIN, Kevin (University of Alabama at Birmingham) ................................. IV-M
MCCALL, Corey (Elmira College) ...................................................................... GVI-4
MCCANN, Edwin (University of Southern California)........................................ VI-E
MCCORD ADAMS, Marilyn (Rutgers University) .............................................. GV-6
MCCORMICK, Kelly Anne (Washington and Jeerson College) ..................... III-H
MCDANIEL, Kris N. (Syracuse University) .......................................................... VII-L
MCKAY, Ian (Cornell University) .......................................................................... IV-M
MCKENNA, Michael (University of Arizona) .................................................. GIV-11
MCKINSEY, Michael (Wayne State University) .................................................. III-M
MCKITRICK, Jennifer (University of NebraskaLincoln) .........................III-B, GIV-4
MEIER, Sarah (Emory University) ........................................................................ VII-K
MEINWALD, Constance (University of IllinoisChicago) ..................................III-G
MELE, Alfred R. (Florida State University) .......................................................... IV-B
MELNYK, Andrew (University of Missouri) ........................................................ IV-G
MENDOLA, Joseph (University of NebraskaLincoln) ............................. III-H, IV-K
MENSAH, Shaeeda (Morgan State University) .................................................. IV-F
MENZEL, Christopher (Texas A&M University) ............................................. GIII-12
MERRICK, Allison M. (University of ArkansasLittle Rock) ............................. GIII-6
MESSINA, James (University of WisconsinMadison) ....................................... VI-I
MEYER, Susan Sauv (University of Pennsylvania) ........................................... V-M
MIKKOLA, Mari (Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin) ....................................III-B, GII-7
MILLER, Dale E. (Old Dominion University) ........................................................III-J
53
Main and Group Program Participants
MILLER, Perry (Ohio State University) ............................................................. GV-10
MILLS, Andrew P. (Otterbein University) ......................................................... GIV-1
MILLS, Catherine (Monash University) ..............................................................VII-D
MILLS, Claudia (University of ColoradoBoulder) ............................................ IV-O
MILLN-ZAIBERT, Elizabeth (DePaul University) ...............................................III-O
MINEAU, Andr (University of Quebec at Rimouski) ...................................... GII-8
MINKOV, Svetozar (Roosevelt University) ...................................................... GV-11
MIYASAKI, Donovan T. (Wright State University) ............................................ GVI-6
MOEHLER, Michael (Virginia Tech) ......................................................................V-H
MOHR, Eric (Duquesne University) ................................................................... GII-3
MOLTMANN, Friederike (CNRS Paris) ................................................................... I-A
MONTGOMERY, Brian (Eastern Illinois University) .............................................III-L
MOODY-ADAMS, Michele (Columbia University) .............................................. V-O
MOON, Andrew Y. (Dalhousie University) ...........................................................III-L
MORGAN, Michael L. (Indiana UniversityBloomington) ................................. VII-I
MORIARTY, Jerey (Bentley University) ........................................................... GV-9
MORLEY, Constance (Independent Artist) ...................................................... GV-3
MORRIS, Sean (Metropolitan State University of Denver) ............................. GV-8
MORRIS, Ted (Illinois Wesleyan University) .................................................... GIII-5
MORTON, Jennifer (City University of New York) ...................................II-B, GIII-1
MOSELEY, David (Bellarmine University) ......................................................... GV-7
MOSES, Greg (Texas State University) ............................................................. GIII-9
MOYAR, Dean F. (Johns Hopkins University) ......................................................V-G
MUELLER-GROTE, Susanne (Philosophy Documentation Center) ................... II-K
MULLER, Cathleen (Marist College) ................................................................... VI-J
MULLER, Jozef (University of CaliforniaRiverside) .......................................... V-M
MURPHY, Patricia Ann (St. Josephs University) ............................................... GI-2
MURPHY, Peter (University of Indianapolis) ....................................................... III-I
MURRAY, Samuel (Saint Louis University) ........................................................ GV-5
N
NAGEL, Jennifer (University of Toronto) ............................................................VI-C
NELSON, Eric S. (University of Massachusetts Lowell) ................................. GVI-7
NELSON, Michael (University of CaliforniaRiverside) .................................... VII-L
NENADIC, Natalie (University of Kentucky) ................................................... GIV-10
NETA, Ram (University of North CarolinaChapel Hill) ....................................... I-C
NEWTON, Alexandra (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) ................. VI-I
NEY, Alyssa (University of Rochester) ....................................................VII-J, GIV-9
NI, Peimin (Grand Valley State University) ....................................................... GV-2
NICHOLS, David P. (Saginaw Valley State University) ..........................GIV-8, GV-3
NINAN, Dilip (Tufts University).............................................................................. II-E
NOORDA, Hadassa (University of Amsterdam) .................................................. IV-I
NORTMANN, Ulrich (University of Saarland)....................................................... V-F
NUSSBAUM, Martha (University of Chicago) ..................................................III-AA
54
Main and Group Program Participants
NYE, Howard L. M. (University of Alberta) ..........................................................IV-J
O
OAKLANDER, L. Nathan (University of MichiganFlint) ................................. GVI-9
OLEN, Peter (University of Central Florida) ..................................................... GIV-2
OLSON, Eric T. (University of Sheeld) ............................................................. VI-B
OTT, Walter (Virginia Tech) ................................................................................... IV-A
OXLEY, Julinna (Coastal Carolina University) ................................................... GII-7
P
PAAKKUNAINEN, Hille (Syracuse University)...................................................... IV-C
PADGETT, Dan (Baylor University) ....................................................................... III-H
PARENT, T. (Virginia Tech) ..................................................................................... VI-J
PARGAN, Senada Cvrk (Genocide Survivor) ................................................. GIV-10
PARK, Jin Y. (American University) .........................................................................II-L
PARR, Debra Riley (Columbia College) ............................................................ GIV-8
PASNAU, Robert (University of ColoradoBoulder) .......................................... IV-A
PATAUT, Fabrice (CNRS, FRE Sciences, Normes, Dcision) .............................. II-F
PATTON, Lydia (Virginia Tech) ............................................................................ GII-9
PAUL, Elliot Samuel (Barnard College, Columbia University) ......................... VII-K
PAULTZ, Adam (University of TexasAustin) ........................................................V-D
PAYTAS, Tyler (Washington University in St. Louis) ........................................... V-M
PEARLBERG, Daniel (Ohio State University) ............................................. IV-G, VI-K
PEREBOOM, Derk (Cornell University) ................................................................ IV-B
PERIN, Casey (University of CaliforniaIrvine) ................................................... VI-A
PERL, Caleb (University of Southern California) ............................................... VII-F
PERONNE, Tommaso (Universit del Salento, Italy) ........................................ GI-1
PERRINE, Timothy (Indiana UniversityBloomington) ...................................... IV-K
PERRY, John (Stanford University) ...................................................................... IV-E
PERRY-POLISE, Alexandra (Marietta College) ...........................................V-N, VI-M
PESSIN, Andrew (Connecticut College) ........................................................... VII-M
PETTIGREW, David (Southern Connecticut State University) ...................... GIV-10
PICCININI, Gualtiero (University of MissouriSt. Louis) ....................... VII-A, GIV-9
PICKEL, Bryan (University of Edinburgh) ........................................................... VII-J
PILKINGTON, Bryan (University of Notre Dame) ................................................V-H
PLATZ, Jeppe (Suolk University) ..................................................................... GV-9
POLZIK, Dasha (University of Chicago) ............................................................... IV-I
POWELL, Lewis (University at Bualo, SUNY) ................................................... VII-K
PRESCOTT, Paul (Syracuse University) ................................................................. V-C
PRIEST, Maura (University of CaliforniaIrvine) ................................................. IV-K
PRITCHARD, Duncan (University of Edinburgh) .................................................. I-C
PURVIANCE, Susan M. (University of Toledo) .....................................................V-H
PYNN, Georey (Northern Illinois University) ...................................................VI-C
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Main and Group Program Participants
R
RABINOWITZ, Dani (Oxford University) ............................................................ GII-1
RADULESCU, Alexandru (University of Missouri) ..............................................VI-H
RAIBLEY, Jason R. (California State UniversityLong Beach) .............................II-J
REED, Baron (Northwestern University) ............................................................. IV-K
REED, Douglass (University of Virginia) ............................................................... I-D
REED-SANDOVAL, Amy (University of Washington) .......................................... IV-I
REMHOF, Justin (Santa Clara University) ................................................VI-J, GIII-6
REMPEL, Morgan (University of Southern Mississippi) .................................. GII-8
RESCORLA, Michael A. (University of CaliforniaSanta Barbara) ...................... II-D
RETTLER, Lindsay (Ohio State University) ......................................................... III-M
RICHARDS, Kevin M. (Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts) ................... GIV-8
RICKLESS, Samuel C. (University of CaliforniaSan Diego) .............................. IV-A
RICKUS, Katherine (Marquette University) ........................................................ IV-G
RIMELL, Nicholas (University of Virginia) ........................................................... III-K
RINARD, Susanna (University of MissouriKansas City) .....................................V-J
RINI, Adriane (Massey University)........................................................................ V-F
RIONDA, Antonio (University of Miami) ......................................................... GII-11
RIPSTEIN, Arthur (University of Toronto) ......................................................... GIII-8
ROBERTSON, Michael D. (Independent Scholar) .............................................. IV-L
ROBINS, Alexander (Emory University) ............................................................. GII-5
ROBINS, Sarah (University of Kansas) ................................................................ III-K
ROCHA, Samuel (University of North Dakota) ................................................ GIV-5
ROEBER, Blake (University of Notre Dame) ........................................................ V-A
ROELOFS, Luke (University of Toronto) ............................................................. IV-G
ROHLF, Michael (The Catholic University of America) ...................................... VI-I
ROMAYA, Bassam (University of Massachusetts Lowell) .....................IV-I, GIII-10
ROSATI, Connie S. (University of Arizona) ............................................................ I-B
RUBENSTEIN, Eric (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) ................................ GVI-9
RUBLE, Thomas (Southern Illinois UniversityCarbondale) ........................... GII-3
RUDD, Anthony J. (St. Olaf College) ................................................................... IV-L
RUDISILL, John (The College of Wooster) ..........................................................V-H
RUETENIK, Tadd (Saint Ambrose University) .......................................GII-6, GV-14
RUPERT, Robert D. (University of ColoradoBoulder)...................................... VII-A
S
SABL, Andrew (University of CaliforniaLos Angeles) ...................................... V-O
SACHS, Carl (Independent Scholar) ................................................................ GIV-2
SALERNO, Joe R. (Saint Louis University) ......................................................... VII-L
SALTZ, David Z. (Georgia State University) .................................................... GII-10
SAMUELS, Richard (Ohio State University) ........................................................ III-C
SANDERS, Kirk (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) ..........................IV-H
SANDERS, Maria A. (Plymouth State University) .............................................. VI-N
56
Main and Group Program Participants
SANFORD, David H. (Duke University) ............................................................... VI-G
SANSON, David (Illinois State University) ............................................................ V-I
SARTORIO, Carolina (University of Arizona) ......................................... IV-B, GIV-11
SATO, Tomoya (University of CaliforniaSan Diego) .........................................VI-H
SAVAGE, Heidi (State University of New YorkGeneseo) ................................ III-M
SCHACHT, Richard (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) ................ GVI-6
SCHAFFER, Jonathan M. (Rutgers University) ....................................... IV-D, GIV-9
SCHALLER, Walter E. (Texas Tech University) ......................................................V-H
SCHAPIRO, Tamar (Stanford University) .............................................................VI-D
SCHEDLER, George (Southern Illinois UniversityCarbondale) .................... GII-2
SCHNEE, Ian P. (Western Kentucky University) ..................................... V-K, GIV-12
SCHOUTEN, Gina (Illinois State University) ..........................................GIII-1, GVI-1
SCHRAG, Francis (University of WisconsinMadison) ................................... GIV-5
SCHROEDER, Mark (University of Southern California) ...................................VII-C
SCHROEDER, Timothy (Ohio State University).........................................VI-F, VII-H
SCHWARTZBERG, Melissa (New York University) ......................................... GIV-14
SCHWARZ, David (Independent Scholar) .......................................................... III-M
SCHWEICKART, David (Loyola University Chicago) ........................................ GVI-3
SCOTT-KAKURES, Dion (Scripps College) .............................................................V-J
SCOVILLE, J. Michael (Eastern Michigan University) ................................... GIV-13
SEDGWICK, Sally (University of IllinoisChicago) ...............................................V-G
SEELEY, William P. (Bates College) ..................................................................... IV-G
SEFER, Ferid (Genocide Survivor) .................................................................. GIV-10
SELCER, Daniel J. (Duquesne University) ........................................................... VI-K
SENOR, Thomas D. (University of Arkansas) ....................................................... V-K
SEOK, Bongrae (Alvernia University) ............................................................... GVI-7
SEPIELLI, Andrew (University of Toronto)............................................................IV-J
SEPINWALL, Amy (University of Pennsylvania (Law)) ....................................... V-O
SEYLER, Frederic (DePaul University) ............................................................... GV-3
SEYMOUR, Amy (University of Notre Dame) ................................................... GV-6
SFENDONI-MENTZOU, Demetra (Aristotle University, Thessaloniki) ........... GIII-3
SHAW, J. Clerk (University of Tennessee) ......................................................... VII-B
SHIEBER, Joseph H. (Lafayette College) .............................................................III-L
SHIEH, Sanford (Wesleyan University) ................................................................. II-C
SHUMENER, Erica H. (New York University) ....................................................... VI-J
SIDER, Ted (Cornell University) ............................................................................ III-F
SIEGEL, Susanna (Harvard University) ................................................................ III-A
SIFFERD, Katrina (Elmhurst College) ................................................................... VI-F
SILK, Alex (University of Birmingham) .................................................................III-J
SILVA, Grant J. (Marquette University) ....................................................... III-O, IV-I
SILVER, Kenneth (University of Southern California) ......................................... II-H
SILVERSTEIN, Louis (Columbia College Chicago) ......................................... GV-12
SIRKEL, Riin (University of Vermont) .................................................................... II-A
SKOW, Bradford (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)............................. VI-G
57
Main and Group Program Participants
SLANK, Shanna K. (University of WisconsinMadison) .....................................IV-J
SMITH, Basil Edward (Saddleback College) .............................................V-N, VI-M
SMITH, Chris (Wake Forest University) ................................................................ II-D
SMITH, Nicole (University of TexasAustin) ................................................ II-J, IV-J
SMITH, Rene (Coastal Carolina University) .......................................... IV-O, VII-M
SMITH, Robin (Texas A&M University) ................................................................. V-F
SMITH, Tony (Iowa State University) ................................................................ GVI-3
SOAMES, Scott (University of Southern California) ............................................ I-A
SPAULDING, Shannon (Oklahoma State University) ......................................... VI-K
SPEAKS, Jerey (University of Notre Dame) ....................................................... I-A
SPENCER, Joshua (University of WisconsinMilwaukee) ................................ VII-L
SREEDHAR, Susanne (Boston University) ............................................................ V-L
STAFFEL, Julia (University of Southern California) ............................................. V-A
STALNAKER, Robert (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) ........................ III-F
STANG, Nicholas F. (University of Miami) ...............................................VII-L, GII-9
STEEVES, H. Peter (DePaul University) .............................................................. GII-5
STERN, Josef (University of Chicago) ............................................................... GII-1
STERN, Reuben (University of WisconsinMadison) ....................................... IV-M
STOLJAR, Natalie (McGill University) .................................................................. III-B
STONE, Sophia A. (Purdue University) ...............................................................VII-H
STONER, Sam (Carthage College) ................................................................... GV-11
STRIKER, Gisela (Harvard University) ................................................................... V-F
STROHMINGER, Nina (Duke University) ............................................................. VI-F
STUART, Matthew (Bowdoin College) ................................................................ VI-E
SULLIVAN, Meghan (University of Notre Dame) ............................................... VI-B
SUPERSON, Anita (University of Kentucky) ...................................................... GII-7
SUSSMAN, David (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) .......................III-J
SVEINSDTTIR, sta (San Francisco State University) ...................................... III-B
SWARUP, Shruta (Cornell University) ................................................................. VII-J
SWENSON, Philip (University of CaliforniaRiverside) ...................................... IV-L
SWITZER, Adrian (Park University) ..........................................................GIV-8, GV-3
T
TALISSE, Robert B. (Vanderbilt University) ..........................................................V-H
TANAKA, Koji (University of Auckland) ............................................................... IV-M
TAYLOR, Erin (Cornell University) ....................................................................... VII-G
TAYLOR, Jesse (Appalachian State University) ................................................ GII-2
TERONI, Fabrice (University of Bern) ................................................................... V-C
TESON, Fernando (Flordia State University Law School) ..................................III-J
THOMAS, Anthony E. (Kiswaukee Community College) .........................V-N, VI-M
THOMAS, Laurence (Syracuse University) .........................................................III-N
THOMPSON, Adam R. (University of Nebraska) ................................................ IV-L
THOMPSON, Morgan (University of Pittsburgh) ................................................II-N
THORNTON, Allison (Baylor University) ...............................................................III-L
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Main and Group Program Participants
TIISALA, Tuomo (University of Chicago) ............................................................ VII-I
TILLMAN, Chris (University of Manitoba) ............................................................ II-E
TIMPE, Kevin (Northwest Nazarene University) ............................................... GV-6
TITELBAUM, Michael (University of WisconsinMadison) ................................ IV-K
TOLLEFSEN, Deborah (University of Memphis) ................................................III-N
TOLLEY, Clinton (University of CaliforniaSan Diego) .................................... GII-9
TORSEN, Ingvild (Florida International University) .......................................... GV-3
TRIVEDI, Saam (Brooklyn College, CUNY) .......................................................... VI-K
TRIVIGNO, Franco V. (Marquette University) .....................................................IV-H
TROGDON, Kelly (Virginia Tech) ............................................................... IV-D, VII-H
TROTT, Adriel (Wabash College) .......................................................................... V-L
TROUT, J. D. (Loyola University Chicago) ......................................................... IV-G
TSOMPANIDIS, Vasileios (Institut Jean Nicodcole Normale Suprieure) ...VI-H
TUVEL, Rebecca (Vanderbilt University) ............................................................. V-L
TWEEDT, Chris (Baylor University) ........................................................................III-L
U
URBAN, Thomas (Houston Community College) .....................................V-N, VI-M
V
VALLIER, Kevin (Bowling Green State University) ............................................. III-D
VAN DYKE, Christina (Calvin College) ................................................................. VI-J
VAN ROOJEN, Mark (University of NebraskaLincoln) ......................................III-J
VARGAS, Manuel (University of San Francisco) ........................................... GIV-11
VELASQUEZ, Ernesto Rosen (University of Dayton) .........................................III-O
VICTOR, Elizabeth (Grand Valley State University) ............................................. V-L
VOGLER, Candace (University of Chicago) ............................................ VI-D, VII-D
VOGT, Erik (Trinity College (Hartford) and University of Vienna) ............... GIV-10
VRANAS, Peter B. M. (University of WisconsinMadison) ................................ III-E
VUCU, Simona (University of Toronto) ................................................................. V-I
W
WAHMANN, Jessica Tabor (Emory University) .............................................. GII-11
WALL, Steven P. (University of Arizona) .............................................................. III-D
WALLACE, Meg (University of Kentucky) .......................................................... VI-G
WALLER, Robyn (Florida State University) .......................................................... III-H
WALSH, Sean Drysdale (University of Minnesota Duluth) ................................. I-B
WALTERS, Gregory J. (Saint Paul University, Ottawa) .................................... GIV-8
WARD, Julie (Loyola University Chicago) ............................................................. I-D
WARNER, Stuart (Roosevelt University) .......................................................... GV-11
WARTENBERG, Thomas E. (Mount Holyoke College) ...................................... IV-O
WATERMAN, John (Johns Hopkins University) ...................................................III-L
WATSON, James R. (Loyola University New Orleans) .................................... GII-8
WEBB, Douglas (Lakeland Community College) ................................................III-L
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Main and Group Program Participants
WEINBERG, Shelley (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) ................. VII-K
WEIR, Jack (Morehead State University) .......................................................... GII-4
WEISS, Shira (Yeshiva University) ...................................................................... GII-1
WENDT, Fabian (University of Hamburg) ............................................................V-H
WERNER, Dan (State University of New YorkNew Paltz) ................................. III-K
WERNER, Preston J. (Syracuse University) ...........................................................II-J
WESLAKE, Brad (University of Rochester) .............................................................II-I
WEST, Richmond Pierce (University of Montevallo) .................................... GIII-10
WHEELER III, Samuel C. (University of Connecticut) ...................................... VII-G
WHITE, Amy E. (Ohio University Zanesville) ................................................... GIV-6
WHITE, Stephen (Northwestern University) ........................................................IV-J
WHITE, V. Alan (University of WisconsinManitowoc) ................................... GVI-9
WILBURN, Joshua (Wayne State University) ...................................................... V-M
WILLER, Malte (University of Chicago) ................................................................ III-I
WILLIAMS, Neil E. (University at Bualo) ........................................................... III-K
WILLIAMSON, Timothy (Oxford University) ....................................................... III-F
WILSON, Aaron (University of Miami) ................................................................ VII-K
WIMSATT, William (University of Chicago/University of Minnesota) ............. VII-A
WIRTH, Jason (Seattle University) .................................................................... GVI-4
WOLF, Aaron (Syracuse University) .................................................................... III-K
WOLTERSTORFF, Nicholas (Yale University) ...................................................... VI-O
WOODRUFF, Paul (University of TexasAustin) ............................................. GII-10
WOODS, Jack (Princeton University/Bilkent University) ........................VII-L, GII-9
WU, Wayne (Carnegie Mellon University) .........................................................VII-H
WYLIE, Danielle (University of IllinoisChicago) ................................................ VII-I
WYNNE, J. P. F. (Northwestern University) .........................................................IV-H
X
XIAO, Hong (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) ....................... GV-2
Y
YANKAH, Ekow (Cardozo Law School) ............................................................... VI-N
YATES, Arthur (School of Law, University of CaliforniaBerkeley) .................. VII-K
YEOMANS, Christopher L. (Purdue University) ...................................................V-G
YOUPA, Andrew D. (Southern Illinois UniversityCarbondale) ........................ VI-K
YUAN, Jinmei (Creighton University) ................................................................ GV-2
Z
ZAMBRANA, Rocio (University of Oregon) ......................................................... VI-I
ZASLOW, Joanna (McMaster University) ........................................................ GIV-4
ZBIKOWSKI, Kristen (Hibbing Community College) .................................V-N, VI-M
ZINAICH, JR., Samuel (Purdue University Calumet) ....................................... GIV-6
ZIPORYN, Brook (Northwestern University) ..................................................... GV-2
ZUCKERT, Rachel E. (Northwestern University) .................................................. VI-I
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Main and Group Program Participants
ZUK, Peter (Rice University) ..................................................................................III-J
ZURN, Perry (DePaul University) ........................................................................... IV-I
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Sessions Sponsored by
APA Committees
COMMITTEE ON HISPANICS
Aesthetics, Ethics, and Liberation in Latin American and Latina/o
Philosophy (III-O)
Thursday, February 27, 2:205:20 p.m.
COMMITTEE ON LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS, AND RESEARCH
Funding for Philosophy: Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, Notre
Dame (II-K)
Thursday, February 27, 12:102:10 p.m.
COMMITTEE ON PHILOSOPHY AND LAW
The Work of Peter A. French (III-N)
Thursday, February 27, 2:205:20 p.m.
History of Philosophy as Philosophy of Law (VI-N)
Saturday, March 1, 9:00 a.m.noon
COMMITTEE ON PHILOSOPHY AND MEDICINE
Ethics in Reproductive Technology (VI-L)
Saturday, March 1, 9:00 a.m.noon
COMMITTEE ON PHILOSOPHY IN TWO-YEAR COLLEGES
How to Obtain a Position at the Community College (V-N)
Friday, February 28, 1:304:30 p.m.
Advocacy and Leadership in Community College Philosophy Programs:
Credentialing, Curriculum, and Faculty Support (VI-M)
Saturday, March 1, 9:00 a.m.noon
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Sessions Sponsored by APA Committees
COMMITTEE ON PRE-COLLEGE INSTRUCTION IN PHILOSOPHY
Coming to a School Near You! Philosophy Delivers on the Common Core
State Standards (VII-M)
Saturday, March 1, 2:305:30 p.m.
Author Meets Critics: Thomas E. Wartenberg, A Sneetch Is a Sneetch and
Other Philosophical Discoveries: Finding Wisdom in Childrens Literature
(IV-O)
Friday, February 28, 9:00 a.m.noon
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC PHILOSOPHY
Promoting Religious Tolerance in the 21st Century: Practical
Perspectives from Philosophers of the Past and the Present (VI-O)
Saturday, March 1, 9:00 a.m.noon
COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS OF ASIAN AND ASIAN-AMERICAN
PHILOSOPHERS AND PHILOSOPHIES
Buddhism as Philosophy in Korea (II-L)
Thursday, February 27, 12:102:10 p.m.
COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS OF BLACK PHILOSOPHERS
Marx and Critical Race Theory (II-M)
Thursday, February 27, 12:102:10 p.m.
William R. Jones (GV-1)
Friday, February 28, 7:0010:00 p.m.
COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN
Attracting Women Philosophy Majors (II-N)
Thursday, February 27, 12:102:10 p.m.
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Group Sessions
Sessions sponsored by aliated groups are listed below in alphabetical order
of sponsoring group. Sessions sponsored jointly by more than one group are
listed once for each sponsor.
A
American Association of Philosophy Teachers: GIV-1, Thursday, 7:4010:40 p.m.
American Society for Aesthetics: GII-10, Thursday, 9:00 a.m.noon
American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy: GIV-14, Thursday, 7:40
10:40 p.m.; IV-N, Friday, 9:00 a.m.noon; V-O, Friday, 1:304:30 p.m.; GIV-14,
Thursday, 7:4010:40 p.m.
American Society for Value Inquiry: GI-2, Wednesday, 7:009:00 p.m.; GII-2,
Thursday, 9:00 a.m.noon
Association for Informal Logic and Critical Thinking: GV-13, Friday, 7:0010:00 p.m.
Association for Philosophy of Education: GIII-1, Thursday, 5:307:30 p.m.;
GVI-1, Saturday, 12:152:15 p.m.
Association for Philosophy of Judaism: GII-1, Thursday, 9:00 a.m.noon
Association for the Development of Philosophy Teaching: GV-12, Friday,
7:0010:00 p.m.
B
Bertrand Russell Society: GV-8, Friday, 7:0010:00 p.m.
C
Charles S. Peirce Society: GIII-3, Thursday, 5:307:30 p.m.
Committee on Institutional Cooperation: GIII-2, Thursday, 5:307:30 p.m.
Concerned Philosophers for Peace: GIII-9, Thursday, 5:307:30 p.m.
Conference of Philosophical Societies: GIII-4, Thursday, 5:307:30 p.m.
G
George Santayana Society: GII-11, Thursday, 9:00 a.m.noon
H
Hume Society: GIII-5, Thursday, 5:307:30 p.m.
I
International Association for the Philosophy of Sport: GIII-11, Thursday,
5:307:30 p.m.
International Society for Environmental Ethics: GIV-13, Thursday, 7:4010:40
p.m.; GVI-8, Saturday, 12:152:15 p.m.
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Group Sessions
International Society of Chinese Philosophy: GIV-7, Thursday, 7:4010:40
p.m.; GV-2, Friday, 7:0010:00 p.m.
J
Josiah Royce Society: GIV-3, Thursday, 7:4010:40 p.m.
K
Karl Jaspers Society of North America: GIV-8, Thursday, 7:4010:40 p.m.; GV-3,
Friday, 7:0010:00 p.m.
M
Marxism and Philosophy Association: GVI-3, Saturday, 12:152:15 p.m.
Max Scheler Society: GI-1, Wednesday, 7:009:00 p.m.; GII-3, Thursday, 9:00
a.m.noon; GV-4, Friday, 7:0010:00 p.m.
N
National Philosophical Counseling Association: GIV-6, Thursday, 7:4010:40 p.m.
North American Division of the Schopenhauer Society: GVI-2, Saturday,
12:152:15 p.m.
North American Kant Society: GIII-8, Thursday, 5:307:30 p.m.
North American Nietzsche Society: GIII-6, Thursday, 5:307:30 p.m.; GVI-6,
Saturday, 12:152:15 p.m.
North American Society for Social Philosophy: GIV-4, Thursday, 7:4010:40 p.m.
P
Personalist Discussion Group: GVI-4, Saturday, 12:152:15 p.m.
Philosophy of Religion Group: GIII-12, Thursday, 5:307:30 p.m.
Philosophy of Time Society: GVI-9, Saturday, 12:152:15 p.m.
R
Radical Philosophy Association: GV-10, Friday, 7:0010:00 p.m.; GVI-5,
Saturday, 12:152:15 p.m.
S
Society for Analytical Feminism: GII-7, Thursday, 9:00 a.m.noon
Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy: GV-5, Friday, 7:0010:00 p.m.
Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy: GIII-7, Thursday, 5:307:30 p.m.;
GVI-7, Saturday, 12:152:15 p.m.
Society for Business Ethics: GV-9, Friday, 7:0010:00 p.m.
Society for LGBTQ Philosophy: GIII-10, Thursday, 5:307:30 p.m.
Society for Philosophy in the Contemporary World: GII-4, Thursday, 9:00 a.m.
noon
Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy: GV-14, Friday, 7:00
10:00 p.m.
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Group Sessions
Society for the History of Political Philosophy: GV-11, Friday, 7:0010:00 p.m.
Society for the Metaphysics of Science: GIV-9, Thursday, 7:4010:40 p.m.
Society for the Philosophic Study of Genocide and the Holocaust: GII-8,
Thursday, 9:00 a.m.noon; GIV-10, Thursday, 7:4010:40 p.m.
Society for the Philosophic Study of Genocide and the Holocaust: GII-8,
Thursday, 9:00 a.m.noon
Society for the Philosophic Study of the Contemporary Visual Arts: GIV-12,
Thursday, 7:4010:40 p.m.; GII-5, Thursday, 9:00 a.m.noon
Society for the Philosophical Study of Education: GIV-5, Thursday, 7:4010:40
p.m.; GV-7, Friday, 7:0010:00 p.m.
Society for the Philosophical Study of Education: GIV-5, Thursday, 7:4010:40
p.m.; GV-7, Friday, 7:0010:00 p.m.
Society for the Philosophy of Agency: GIV-11, Thursday, 7:4010:40 p.m.
Society for the Philosophy of Creativity: GVI-4, Saturday, 12:152:15 p.m.
Society for the Study of the History of Analytical Philosophy: GII-9, Thursday,
9:00 a.m.noon; GIV-2, Thursday, 7:4010:40 p.m.
Society of Christian Philosophers: GV-6, Friday, 7:0010:00 p.m.
W
William James Society: GII-6, Thursday, 9:00 a.m.noon
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