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Full paper submission: maximum of 25 minutes
Soumission texte integral : maximum de 25 minutes
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Maximum : 10 minutes
S : Speaker / Confrencier-confrencire
Abstract submission: maximum of 20 minutes
Soumission de rsum : maximum de 20 minutes
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R : Respondent / Rponses de lauteur-auteure
O : Organiser / Organisateur-organisatrice

Please note: Speakers will not be allowed time for


formal replies to commentators.

Avis : Aucun temps de rponse formelle au


commentateur / la commentatrice nest rserv pour le
confrencier / la confrencire.

Executive Committee
Comit excutif
President / Prsident : Tim Kenyon
Vice Pres. / Vice-prs. : Sandra Lapointe
Past Pres. / Prs. sortant : Frdric Bouchard
Treasurer / Trsorier : Vida Panitch
Secretary / Secrtaire : Arthur Sullivan
Assistant Secretary / Secrtaire adjointe :
Syliane Malinowski-Charles

Programme Committee
Comit de programme
Sam Cowling, Chair prsident
Scott Anderson
Paul Bartha
Guillaume Beaulac
Wesley Cray
Travis Dumsday
Yiftach Fehige
Dai Heide
Ada Jaarsma
Victor Kumar
David Liebesman
Robbie Moser
Meredith Schwartz
Kelly Trogdon
Scott Woodcock

Building Abbreviations Sigles des difices


SH : Scurfield Hall
ITC : Information & Communications
Technologies

Canadian Philosophical Association


Association canadienne de philosophie

60th Annual Congress 60e Congrs annuel


University of Calgary
Universit de Calgary
May 29 June 1, 2016

29 mai 1 juin 2016

INCLUDED: Programme for the Canadian Society of Christian Philosophers


CI-INCLUS : Le programme de la Socit canadienne des philosophes chrtiens et chrtiennes

The CPA would like to thank all the referees whose work has made this programme possible. We apologize for any omissions.
LACP aimerait remercier tous les valuateurs-trices des communications qui grce leur travail ont rendu ce programme possible. Veuillez excuser les omissions.

F. Allhoff
A. Auch
A. Barberousse
C. Barry
M. Bedke
E. Begby
P. Biondi
K. Blanchette
E. Bohn
A. Bokulich
M. Bollard
P. Bondy
P. Boswell
C. Braden
J. Brennan
I. Brigandt
J. R. Brown
M. Bukoski
M. Buzzoni
J. Byrnes
B. Caplan
B. Chambliss

S. Copeland
A. Ct
S. Cowling
J. Davies
O. Deery
A. Delamont
R. de Sousa
K. Dharimsi
M. Doan
M. Doucet
W. Edmundson
D. Enns
J. Fantl
C. Fehr
H. Fielding
N. Fillion
F. Fischer
K. Flikschuh
T. Fuller
C. Gibbs
J. Hacker-Wright
M. Hahn

T. Hart
J. Heath
A. Ho
C. Howard
S. Hulbert
T. Hurka
T. Isaacs
M. Ivanowich
M. Jackson
A. Jeffrey
M. Kasaki
K. Keller
T. Kenyon
B. Krakauer
R. Kumar
K. Ladroute
R.J. Leland
A. Levey
T. Lewens
D. Locke
S. Lofts
T. Lopez

J. MacKenzie
A. MacLachlan
C. Macleod
R. Majithia
R. Mason
S. Matherne
D. Matheson
J. Matheson
J. May
J. McHugh
B. McLean
G. McOuat
M. Migotti
J. Millum
M.-. Morin
R. Moser
M. Mylopoulos
E. Nutting
E. OHagan
M. Oshana
J. Pallikkathayil
V. Panitch

M. Penner
C. Perrin
P. Philie
P. Poirier
H. Pratt
A. Pruss
S. Psillos
D. Rabinoff
Jeffrey Reid
Jeremy Reid
M. Richey
W. Rowley
A. Schafer
U. Schuklenk
M. Schwartz
D. Scott
V. Seavilleklein
S. Sedivy
P. Shadd
G. Shang
R. Shaver
P. Shirreff

T. Shogenji
A. Skelton
A. Skiles
E. Soifer
G. St-Laurent
C. Stark
N. Stoljar
M. T. Stuart
A. Sullivan
W. Sumner
H. Tierney
E. Tiffany
C. Tillman
K. Trogdon
C. Van Schoelandt
K. Vavova
D. Vessey
P. Viminitz
D. Walsh
O. Ware
R. Zheng
A. Zylberman

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS / ALLOCUTION PRSIDENTIELLE


Canadian Journal of Philosophy Distinguished Lecture

Tim Kenyon

Dominic McIver Lopes

(University of Waterloo)

(University of British Columbia)

Eliteness and Diversity in Philosophy


La hirarchie et la diversit en philosophie

How to Get Practical about Aesthetic Value


What if aesthetic values give agents reasons to act? The supposition that aesthetic values are
practical values suggests how to diagnose a fundamental error of traditional theories of aesthetic
value and reorients attention on a neglected sample of aesthetic acts with features that a theory
of aesthetic value should explain. I sketch the main components of a theory that locates the
normativity of aesthetic value in the expert performances of socially-situated aesthetic agents.

Dominic McIver Lopes is Distinguished University Scholar and Professor in the Department of
Philosophy at the University of British Columbia. His research focusses on pictorial
representation and perception; the aesthetic and epistemic value of pictures, including scientific
images; theories of art and its value; the ontology of art; computer art and new art forms; and
aesthetic value, wherever it may be found. Lopes is past president of the American Society for
Aesthetics, a member of the editorial boards of several journals including the Journal of the
American Philosophical Association and the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. Working
with Berys Gaut he co-edits Wiley-Blackwells New Directions in Aesthetics book series. He has
held visiting positions around the world and has won, among other awards, both a Guggenheim
Fellowship and a Killam Research Prize. He is working on a book entitled Being for Beauty:
Aesthetic Agency and Value.

Philosophy has one of the least gender-balanced and diverse demographics


in the Humanities. It has also shown a widespread deference to unofficial
program rankings, used despite profound methodological defects. I suggest
that these problems are significantly linked: notions of eliteness and hierarchy
in Philosophy impede efforts for inclusiveness and diversity.
La philosophie est l'une des disciplines o le dsquilibre entre les sexes et le
manque de diversit ethnique et raciale sont les plus forts. Les soi-disant
classements de programmes inofficiels, utiliss en dpit de dfaut
mthodologiques profonds, contribuent ce problme: ils consolident des
notions d'litisme et de hirarchie qui font obstacle l'inclusion et la diversit.

CPA Tradition: Chairs are assigned by fiat. Read all the programme carefully. If
the assignment is inconvenient, please arrange for a substitute.
Une vielle tradition de lACP veut que les prsident-e-s de session soient assigne-s doffice. Lisez bien tout le programme. Si lattribution ne vous convient pas, svp
trouvez un-e substitut.

CPA

UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY / UNIVERSIT DE CALGARY

SUNDAY, MAY 29, 2016


SH 202
SH 210
SYMPOSIUM
Mind and Nature
in German Idealism
O: J. Lalonde (Ottawa)
O: A. Leipins (Ottawa)

SH 215

Hume on Induction:
An Inconsistent Septuple
S: D. Goldstick (Toronto)
C: K. Boveiri (Montral)
P: T. Juvshik (McGill)

J. Lalonde (Ottawa)
A. Leipins (Ottawa)
A. Feeney (Ottawa)

Thor's Paralyzing Principle


S: J. Dawson (Ryerson)
C: F. Jankunis (Calgary)
P: M. Szlachta (Toronto)

Godfrey of Fontaines on
Perfect Knowledge
of the End

10 : 15
11 : 15

S: M. Szlachta (Toronto)
C: C. Barry (Ind. Sch.)
P: F. Jankunis (Calgary)

I Tensed the Laws


and the Laws Won:
Non-eternalist Humeanism

11 : 30
12 : 30

S: M. Backmann (Konstanz)
C: T. Juvshik (McGill)
P: D. Goldstick (Toronto)

The Ethical Principles


of Effective Altruism
S: A. Skelton (Western)
C: S. Woodcock (Victoria)
P: J. Dawson (Ryerson)

SH 274

SH 278

JOINT SESSION

A Kantian Hybrid Theory


of Art Criticism

Balancing the Harms


of Sex Selection:
A Case for Adoption

SESSION CONJOINTE
CPA CSHPS
ACP SCHPS
Science and Metaphysics:
50 Years of Philosophy of
Science at the
University of Calgary
O: A. Habib (Calgary)
J. MacIntosh (Calgary)
M. Ereshefsky (Calgary)
T. Dumsday (Concordia
University of Edmonton)
K. McKenzie (California
at San Diego)
K. Waters (Calgary)

ENDS AT 12:00
SE TERMINE 12h

S: E. H. Tuna (Alberta)
C: J. MacKinnon (Saint
Marys)
P: P. Panchakunathorn
(Toronto)
Do Narratives Have a
Unique Explanatory Power?
S: P. Panchakunathorn
(Toronto)
C: B. Rough (Maryland
College Park)
P: J. MacKinnon (Saint
Marys)
Nietzsche's Monological Art
S: A. Subic (Ottawa)
C: P. Puszczalowski
(Calgary)
P: E. H. Tuna (Alberta)

ACP

DIMANCHE, LE 29 MAI 2016

SH 268

S: M. Stephensen (Western)
C: V. Seavilleklein
(Alberta)
P: K. Johannsen (Trent)

Animal Rights and the


Problem of r-Strategists
S: K. Johannsen (Trent)
C: E. Soifer (Regina)
P: C. Shirreff (Western)

On Supposed Moral
Counterexamples
S: C. Shirreff (Western)
C: J. Dawson (Ryerson)
P: M. Stephensen (Western)

SH 280

SH 288

On Knowledge, Assertion,
and other Speech Acts
in Language-Games

Autonomy without a Self

S: G. Larivire (SFU)
C: E. Derksen (Toronto)
P: P. Shirreff (Michigan)

Of Scepticism with Regard


to the Senses:
Reconsidered
S: K. Boveiri (Montral)
C:
P: E. Derksen (Toronto)

How Coherence Relates


to Justification
S: E. Derksen (Toronto)
C: M. Kasaki (Kyoto)
P: P. Puszczalowski
(Calgary)

S: C. Dewey (York)
C: O. Ion (Alberta)
P: D. Russell (Toronto)

Action under Development


S: D. Russell (Toronto)
C: J. Caouette (Calgary)
P: C. Dewey (York)

Le deux-en-un :
les origines platoniciennes
de la banalit du mal
S: M.-J. Lavalle (Montral)
C: P.-Y. Rochefort
(Cgep de l'Outaouais
P: K. Boveiri (Montral)

LUNCH / DJEUNER
THE CPAS
14 : 00
15 : 00

PHILOSOPHY IN THE
SCHOOLS PROJECT
LE PROJET DE
LA PHILOSOPHIE
DANS LES COLES
DE LACP

Philosophy in the Schools:


Making it Explicit

15 : 15
16 : 15

O: N. Tanchuk (Manitoba)

16 : 30
17 : 30

M Hawks (Alberta)
T. Pillay (Alberta)
R. Hamilton (Brandon)
M. Forrest (Mt. Saint
Vincent)
K. Dharamsi (Mt. Royal)
A. Marabini (Bologna)
J. Taylor (Alberta)
Moderator:
N. Tanchuk (Manitoba)

Defending a TruthConducive Construal


of Intellectual Virtue
S: M. Young (Keyano)
C: G. Havers (Trinity
Western)
P: L-V. Dunford (Toronto)

Norms of Assertion and


Linguistic Evidentiality
S: P. Shirreff (Michigan)
C: S. Reyes (Calgary)
P: E. Derksen (Toronto)

JOINT SESSION
SESSION CONJOINTE
CPA CSA
ACP SCE
Contemporary Issues in the
Philosophy of Art

Disassociating
Implicit Attitudes

O: C. Tillman (Manitoba)

S: J. Wright (Toronto)
C:
P: M. Young (Keyano)

Against McMahans
Definition of a Terrorist Act
S: L-V. Dunford (Toronto)
C: A Levey (Calgary)
P: J. Wright (Toronto)

Naming Names: A Defense


of The-Predicativism
S: B. Schuman (Toronto)
C: P. Shirreff (Michigan)
P: G. Larivire (SFU)

B. Caplan (Ohio State)


C. Matheson (Manitoba)
J. Spencer (Wisconsin
Milwaukee)
C. Tillman (Manitoba)
B. Rough (Maryland
College Park)

Psychiatric Nosology
Constrained by Underlying
Causal Mechanisms?
S: N. Slothouber (Western)
C:
P: K. Peacock (Lethbridge)
Lewens on Selection
and Technology Change
S: H. MacIntyre
(Lethbridge)
C: D. Walsh (Toronto)
P: N. Slothouber (Western)

Time as Mediator between


the A Priori and
A Posteriori in Kant
S: C. Carus (Harvard)
C: K. Laderoute
(Lethbridge)
P: M. Stingl (Lethbridge)
Moral Responsibility and
Transplantable Livers:
Response to Glannon
S: R. Tonkens (Monash)
C: M. Stingl (Lethbridge)
P: J. Baker (Calgary)

Identity, Haecceity,
and the Godzilla Problem
S: K. Peacock (Lethbridge)
S: A. Tedder (Connecticut)
C: G. Payette (UBC)
P: H. MacIntyre
(Lethbridge)

The Ethics of PrEP


for HIV Prevention
S: M. Montess (York)
C: J. Baker (Calgary)
P: R. Tonkens (Monash)

Absolute Generality
and Relative Identity
S: D. Rabinoff (Toronto)
C: D. Devidi (Waterloo)
P: J. Baker (Calgary)

S: Z. Liao (McMaster)
C: J. Chung (Louisville)
P: T. Stock (Salibury)

Against Logical Generalism


S: N. Wyatt (Calgary)
S: G. Payette (UBC)
C: D. Rabinoff (Toronto)
P: D. Devidi (Waterloo)
A Guiding Light for
Ground: How to Naturalize
Theories of Grounding
S: A. Bryant (Graduate
Center, CUNY)
C: B. Beasley (Calgary)
P: D. Rabinoff (Toronto)

17:30 to 18:30 Presidential Address Scurfield Hall 268 Allocution prsidentielle 17h30 18h30

Abstracts www.acpcpa.ca Rsums

Precedent as Criterion:
Beyond Particularism
and Methodism

Can They Be Levinasian?


S: T. Stock (Salibury)
P: Z. Liao (McMaster)

CPA

SH 215

SYMPOSIUM
Just-Why Stories
9 : 00
10 : 00

UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY / UNIVERSIT DE CALGARY

MONDAY, MAY 30, 2016


SH 210

Philosophy of Mind in the


19th Century

SH 268

SH 274

SH 278

SH 280

JOINT SESSION

Attention as Selection for


Action: A Challenge

The Darwinian Dilemma


and Moral Nativism

Who Is an Epistemic Peer


and Why It Matters For
Real-World Disagreements

SESSION CONJOINTE
CPA CSEP
ACP SCPE

S: V. Kumar (Toronto)
P: J. Chung (Louisville)

O: S. Lapointe (McMaster)

10 : 15
11 : 15

H. Jackman (York)
S. Lapointe (McMaster)
L. Patton (Virginia Tech)
M. Riccardi (Bonn)
C. Tolley (California at
San Diego)
E. Banks (Wright State)

Understanding the
Zhuangzi: Fictionalism
as an Interpretive Strategy
S: J. Chung (Louisville)
P: J. Hyder (Dalhousie)

S: A. Henry (Toronto)
C:
P: E. Carter (Toronto)

Canadian Environmental
Philosophy in
the 21st Century
O: A. Habib (Calgary)
K. Wayne (Carlelton)
F. Jankunis (Calgary)
J. Welchman (Alberta)
K. Peacock (Lethbridge)
S. Alexander (Calgary)

Bridging the Epistemic Gap


between Human and NonHuman Animal Perspectives

11 : 30
12 : 30

Simultaneity and
Order Thresholds
in Conscious Experience
S: E. Carter (Toronto)
C:
P: E. Westra (Maryland
College Park)

S: K. Lougheed (McMaster)
C: C. Lee (Calgary)
P: D. Devidi (Waterloo)

The Role of Therapeutic


Empathy in an
Interpretative Epistemology
S: A. Molas (York)
C: M. Schwartz (Ryerson)
P: T. Goetze (Sheffield)

Do We Need Two Systems


for Fast, Flexible
Mindreading?
S: E. Westra (Maryland
College Park)
C:
P: A. Henry (Toronto)

S: J. Hyder (Dalhousie)
P: V. Kumar (Toronto)

S: B. Yao (Calgary)
C: R. de Sousa (Toronto)
P: H. Nye (Alberta)

Empirical Realism
and the Great Outdoors:
A Critique of Meillassoux
S: G.A. Bruno (Toronto)
C: K. Laderoute
(Lethbridge)
P: A. Molas (York)

Many-One Identity
in Plural Logic

SH 284

SH 288

How to Apply
Conflicting Moral
Principles

Sartre
et la solitude des hommes

S: A. Kernohan (Dalhousie)
C: G. Havers (Trinity
Western)
P: E. Mathison (Toronto)
Desires and Ill-Being

S: J. Payton (Toronto)
C: D. Devidi (Waterloo)
P: K. Lougheed (McMaster)

S: E. Mathison (Toronto)
C: M. Ashfield (Southern
California)
P: A. Kernohan (Dalhousie)

Mathematical Structuralism,
Applicability, and the
Caesar Problem

Fiduciary Duties
to Future Persons

S: J. Davies (Toronto)
C: E. Guindon
(Connecticut)
P: S. Cowling (Denison)

ACP

LUNDI, LE 30 MAI 2016

S: E. Ryman (Western)
C: J. Tsui (UBC)
P: H. Russell (Toronto)

S: C. Perrin (FNRS /
U. catholique Louvain)
C: G. St-Laurent (Montral)
P: C. Tappolet (Montral)
Le dilemme de la raison
critique et le problme
de la facticit
S: G. St-Laurent (Montral)
C: C. Perrin (FNRS /
U. catholique Louvain)
P: R. de Sousa (Toronto)
The 'Gulf' and 'Transition'
in Kant's Third Critique
S: A. Rueger (Alberta)
C: G. Havers (Trinity
Western)
P: G. St-Laurent (Montral)

LUNCH / DJEUNER

BOOK PANEL
14 : 00
15 : 00

TABLE RONDE AUTOUR


DUN LIVRE
Christine Tappolets
Emotions, Values and
Agency de Christine
Tappolet

15 : 15
16 : 15

O: R. de Sousa (Toronto)
N. Arpaly (Brown)
A. Morton (UBC)
G. Sreenivasan (Duke)
T. McGeer (Princeton)
D. Hunter (Ryerson)
Author / Auteure :
C. Tappolet (Montral)

16 : 30
17 : 30

Character Is Fate: Simone


Weil on Second Nature
S: W. Heiti (U. of Kings
College)
C: K. Dharimsi (Mt. Royal)
P: D. Hanley (Calgary)
On Counterfactual
Mental Causation
S: D. Moore
(Saskatchewan)
C: D. Hanley (Calgary)
P: S. Malinowski-Charles
(UQTR)
Principe dinertie
et processus vitaux
chez Hobbes
S: S. Malinowski-Charles
(UQTR)
P: W. Heiti (U. of Kings
College)

Induction Reconceived

JOINT SESSION
SESSION CONJOINTE
ACPA CSWIP
Inter-Corporeal Ontologies:
Material Vulnerabilities,
Touching Relations,
Biosocial Bodies
O: A. Mudde (Campion
College at Regina)
. Dionne (Ottawa)
M. Schwartz (Ryerson)
A. Jaarsma (Mount Royal)
S. Berkhout (Toronto)
Chair:
A. Mudde (Campion
College at Regina)

S: B. Brown (Lethbridge)
C: J. Strand (Concordia
Alberta)
P: T. Doppelt (Queens)

Idle Material
in Spinozas Ethics
S: T. Doppelt (Queens)
C: S. Kizuk (Marquette)
P: B. Brown (Lethbridge)

The Epistemic Status of


Reasonable Disagreement:
Reply to Enoch
S: M. Ashfield (Southern
California)
C: P. Shadd (ICS)
P: A. Ancell (Duke)

Grounding,
Transitivity, and Unity
S: R. Mason (San
Francisco)
C: C. Garland (Syracuse)
P: S. Cowling (Denison)

Nihilism and Gunk


S: N. Dershowitz (Syracuse)
C: S. Cowling (Denison)
P: C. Garland (Syracuse)

Originating at the Edge of


Essence: A Sceptical Puzzle
(and a Solution)
S: E. Guindon (Connecticut)
C: N. Williams (Buffalo)
P: E. Ryman (Western)

The Fallacy
of Runoff Voting
S: B. Katz (Toronto)
C: J. Baker (Calgary)
P: T. Calder (St. Marys)
Moral Spectrums:
Evil, Wrongdoing,
and the Ethics of Care
S: T. Calder (St. Marys)
C: S. Brennan (Western)
P: S. Woodcock (Victoria)

No Mere Difference
S: D. Devidi (Waterloo)
S: C. Klausen (Waterloo)
C: M. Barnes (Georgetown)
P: B. Katz (Toronto)

Are There
Extrinsic Powers?
S: N. Williams (Buffalo)
C: N. Dershowitz
(Syracuse)
P: G.A. Bruno (Toronto)
The Fact of
Unreasonable Pluralism
S: A. Ancell (Duke)
C: P. Shadd (ICS)
P: M. Ashfield (Southern
California)

A Response to Critics of
Hermeneutical Injustice
S: T. Goetze (Sheffield)
C: R. Mason (San
Francisco)
P: S. Cowling (Denison)

ICT BLDG. RM. 121


15:15 16:45
JOINT SESSION
SESSION CONJOINTE
CPA CSHPS
ACP SCHPS
BOOK PANEL
TABLE RONDE AUTOUR
DUN LIVRE
Denis Walshs Organisms,
Agency, and Evolution
de Denis Walsh
O: Y. Fehige (Toronto)
F. Bouchard (Montral)
I. Brigandt (Alberta)
C. Fehr (Waterloo)
Author:
D. Walsh (Victoria College)

17:00 to 19:00 University of Calgary Presidents Reception difice EEEL Building Rception du Recteur de lUniversit de Calgary 17h00 19h00

Abstracts www.acpcpa.ca Rsums

CPA

UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY / UNIVERSIT DE CALGARY

TUESDAY, MAY 31, 2016

MARDI, LE 31 MAI 2016

ACP

Scurfield Hall 268


NON-TENURED PROFESSOR, LECTURER, SESSIONAL ESSAY PRIZE / PRIX DE LESSAI DE PROFESSEUR-E SANS PERMANENCE, CHARG-E DE COURS

Understanding Vows

9 : 00
10 : 00

S: A. Liberman (Western)
C: M. Migotti (Calgary)
P: T. Kenyon (Waterloo)
TENURED PROFESSOR ESSAY PRIZE / PRIX DE LESSAI DE PROFESSEUR-E AGRG-E

Cliffhangers and Sequels: A Limited Defense of Authorial Intentions as Narrative Truth-makers

10 : 15
11 : 15

S: P. Alward (Saskatchewan)
C: J. Spencer (Wisconsin at Milwaukee)
P: T. Kenyon (Waterloo)
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY DISTINGUISHED LECTURE

Dominic McIver Lopes

11 : 30
13 : 00

(University of British Columbia)

How to Get Practical about Aesthetic Value


LUNCH / DJEUNER

14:00
14:40

14:55
15:35

15:50
16:30

SH 210

SH 215

SH 268

SYMPOSIUM

Decommodification
as Exploitation

BOOK PANEL

Individuality and Freedom


in Leibniz:
Obscurity, Confusion and
the Ground of Action
O: S. McCullagh (Miami
Ohio)
O: C. Ford (Guelph)
C. Ford (Guelph)
S. Stankovic (Brandon)
S. McCullagh (Miami
Ohio)

S: V. Panitch (Carleton)
S: K. Churchill (Carleton)
P: M. Ungureanu (UBC
Okanagan )
Pragmatism, Justice,
and Non-ideal Theory
S: S. Dieleman
(Saskatchewan)
P: V. Panitch (Carleton)
Social Epistemology
and Social Theory
of Repressive Regimes
S: M. Ungureanu (UBC
Okanagan )
P: S. Dieleman
(Saskatchewan)

SH 274

TABLE RONDE AUTOUR


DUN LIVRE
Gwen Bradfords
Achievement de Gwen
Bradford
O: A. Skelton (Western)
A. Skelton (Western)
M. Winsby (Western)
H. Nye (Alberta)

Monism and
Abstract Reality
S: S. Cowling (Denison)
P: A. Auch (Dalhousie)
Moral Ignorance
and Evidence
One Could Have Had
S: J. Rusin (WLU)
P: K. Churchill (Carleton)

SH 278
A Dilemma Concerning
the Socratic Biography
S: D. Maclean (Mt. Royal)
P: R. Doran (Regina)

Imagination as Thought
in Aristotle's De Anima
S: M. Small (Western)
P: D. Maclean (Mt. Royal)

SH 280

SH 284

Possible Peers
and Possible Evils

L'actualit de Malebranche
dans le ralisme
structuraliste de Cassirer

S: K. Kraay (Ryerson)
P: M. Small (Western)
Jonathan Israel and Humes
(alleged) opposition to the
Radical Enlightenment
S: A. Kraal (UBC)
P: K. Kraay (Ryerson)

Author:
G. Bradford (Rice)
Bullshit and Bullshitting
S: R. Doran (Regina)
P: M. Small (Western)

Relational Autonomy
in a Critical Perspective
S: M. Gauthier-Chung
(LSE)
P: A. Kraal (UBC)

MACEWAN HALL
Room 222 Ariel
JOINT SESSION
SESSION CONJOINTE

S: G. Ibongu (Montral)
P: M. Gauthier-Chung
(LSE)

CPA EPTC
ACP TCEP

Hype, Argumentation,
and Science Communication
S: A. Auch (Dalhousie)
P: S. Cowling (Denison)

Existentialism
and Disability
O: A. Jaarsma (Mt. Royal)
M. Coughlin (McGill)
C. Nagel (California State
at Stanislaus)
J. St. Pierre (Alberta)
S. Tremain (Independent
Scholar)
J. Dryden (Mount Allison)

17:00 to 19:00 Annual General Meeting Scurfield Hall 268 Assemble gnrale annuelle 17h 19h
19:30 to 21:30 CPA Reception The Last Defence Lounge MacEwan Student Centre 3rd floor; 3e tage Rception de lACP 19h30 21h30

Abstracts www.acpcpa.ca Rsums

CPA

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 2016


SH 202
Freedom to do Otherwise
and Forgiveness

9 : 00
10 : 00

S: I. Haji (Calgary)
C: J. Woodrow (Thompson
Rivers)
P: S. Hahn (Alberta)

Organicism in Kant's
Aesthetic Practice
10 : 15
11 : 15

S: S. Hahn (Alberta)
C:
P: S. Coyne (Toronto)

SH 210
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS
AUTEUR FACE AUX
CRITIQUES

Adam Riggios Ecology,


Ethics, and the Future of
Humanity dAdam Riggio
O: A. Riggio (SERRC)
S. Dieleman (USask)
S. Dejanovic (York)
J. Primmer (Involution, Inc.)
Author:
A. Riggio (SERRC)

Coercion and Obligation as


Exercises of Authority
11 : 30
12 : 30

UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY / UNIVERSIT DE CALGARY


SH 215
A Novel Approach
to the Phenomenal
Overflow Thesis
S: S. Smith (Toronto)
C:
P: T. Juvshik (McGill)
The Causal Theory
of Reference and
the Nature of Artifacts
S: T. Juvshik (McGill)
C: I. MacDonald (Manitoba)
P: A. Sullivan (MUN)
A Neo-Gricean Approach
to Verbal Irony

S: S. Coyne (Toronto)
C: H. Nye (Alberta)
P: I. Haji (Calgary)

S: A. Sullivan (MUN)
C: B. Schuman (Toronto)
P: S. Smith (Toronto)

SH 268

SH 274
The Capped Model
for Combining Ideals:
Filling in the Sketch

THE CPAS
EQUITY COMMITTEE
LE COMIT DE LQUIT
DE LACP
Decolonizing Philosophy

S: M. Da Silva (Toronto)
C:
P: M. Schwartz (Ryerson)
Companions in Guilt
Arguments for
Moral Realism

O: K. Stockdale (Dalhousie)
O: V. Arsiradam (Western)
O: C. Jeffers (Dalhousie)
M. Krishnamurthy
(Michigan)
D. Abadie (Montral)
J. Ottman (Calgary)
C. Atleo (Alberta)
Chair / prsidente :
L. Meynell (Dalhousie)

S: P. Clipsham (Winona
State)
C:
P: J. Jordan (Waterloo)
Cyberwarfare
and the International Laws
of Armed Conflict
S: J. Jordan (Waterloo)
C: T. Terriff (Calgary)
P: M. Da Silva (Toronto)

SH 278
Transformable Goods
and the Limits of
What Money Can Buy
S: D. Dick (Calgary)
C: W. Buschert (USask)
P: J. Fantl (Calgary)

Can The Debunker


Be Debunked?
S: W. Fenske (Kwantlen)
C: J. Stein (New York)
P: D. Dick (Calgary)

Group Obligations
Individual Expectations
S: J. Fantl (Calgary)
C: N. Fortier (Syracuse)
P: W. Fenske (Kwantlen)

ACP

MERCREDI, LE 1 JUIN 2016


SH 280
How Having Goals Gives
Rise to Epistemic Reasons

SH 288
Liminal Beings: Revisiting
Heidegger on Animality

S: C. Lee (Calgary)
C: M. Murphy (Mount
Royal)
P: P. Simard Smith
(Connecticut)

S: S. Sikka (Ottawa)
C: M.-. Morin (Alberta)
P: K. Maclaren (Ryerson)

Approaches to Intellectual
Inquiry and Bias Mitigation

Explaining Rituals and their


Meaning: A Case for the
Genealogical Approach

S: P. Simard Smith
(Connecticut)
C: D. Boutland (Calgary)
P: J. Ichikawa (UBC)
On the Assertability
of Contextualism
S: J. Ichikawa (UBC)
C:
P: C. Lee (Calgary)

S: V. Grondin (Cgep
douard-Montpetit)
C:
P: A. Calcagno (Western)
Gerda Walther
and the Possibility of a
Non-Intentional Community
S: A. Calcagno (Western)
C: D. Enns (McMaster)
P: S. Sikka (Ottawa)

LUNCH / DJEUNER
14:00 15:00

14:00
14:40

14:55
15:35

Intentions and Motor


Representations:
The Interface Problem
S: M. Mylopoulos
(Carleton)
P: M. Hawkins (Ottawa)

In Defence of Global
Equality: An Argument from
Cooperative Justice
S: M. Hawkins (Ottawa)
P: B. Beasley (Calgary)

SYMPOSIUM
Cultural Racism in
Canadian Context
O: S. Sikka (Ottawa)
A. Al-Saji (McGill)
G.S.Coulthard (UBC)
N. Hamrouni (Laval)
P. Lee (Ottawa)
Moderator / Prsidente :
Sonia Sikka (Ottawa)

ENDS AT 17:30
SE TERMINE 17h30

Collingwood's Insights into


Expression and Emotion
S: Y-C. Yang (Alberta)
C: D. Collins (McGill)
P: D. Ciavatta (Ryerson)
15:15 16:15
Objective Goods,
Beneficial Lives,
and Morality
S: H. Nye (Alberta)
C: A. Skelton (Western)
P: W. Fenske (Kwantlen)
16:30 17:30

Pragmatism and Objectivity


in C.I Lewis
15:50
16:30

S: B. Beasley (Calgary)
P: M. Mylopoulos
(Carleton)

The Deliberative
Perfectionist Approach to
Adaptive Preferences
S: H. Longair (Carleton)
C: A. Mudde (Campion
College)
P: A. Skelton (Western)

JOINT SESSION
SESSION CONJOINTE
CPA SSC
ACP - SCES
First Meeting of the Spinoza
Society of Canada:
Current Debates and
Ongoing Research
Premire rencontre de la
Socit canadienne dtudes
sur Spinoza :
Questions ouvertes et
recherches en cours
O: O. Marrama (UQTR)
O: T. Doppelt (Queens)
E. Tucker (Marquette)
K. Hbner (Toronto)
S. Kizuk (Marquette)
T. Doppelt (Queens)
A. Rouette (UQTR)
O. Marrama (UQTR)

Situationist Moral Theory


and Foucault
S: M. Dean (Georgetown)
P: D. Booth (Western)

In Defence of a
'Dimensioned' Subset
Account of Realization
S: D. Booth (Western)
P: B. Winokur (York)

Arguments from
Indispensability and
Companions in Guilt
S: B. Winokur (York)
P: M. Dean (Georgetown)

ENDS AT 17:30
SE TERMINE 17h30

Contextually Sensitive
Truth-Conditions
S: M. Gardiner (Mt. Royal)
P: M. Ciurria (Washington
St. Louis)

Moral Responsibility
without Consciousness
S: M. Ciurria (Washington
St. Louis)
P: H. Andishan (Ottawa)

Incommensurability
in Global Ethics
S: H. Andishan (Ottawa)
P: M. Gardiner (Mt. Royal)

Causal Heterogeneity
and the Final Common
Pathway Model
S: L. Ross (Pittsburg)
P: A. Skelton (Western)

Animal Life
and Ecstatic Temporality
S: D. Ciavatta (Ryerson)
P: L. Ross (Pittsburg)

Quel dialogue? Gadamer,


Strauss et la tradition
S: A. Pageau St. Hilaire
(Ottawa)
P: V. Grondin (Cgep
douard-Montpetit)

Critique de la thorie
morale du droit
international de Buchanan
S: X. Garneau (UQTR)
P: A. Pageau St. Hilaire
(Ottawa)

The entre-deux of
Emotions: Emotions
as Institutions
S: K. Maclaren (Ryerson)
P: X. Garneau (UQTR)

12:30 to 14:00 Departments of Philosophy Chairs Meeting Scurfield Hall 288 Rencontre des directrices et directeurs des dpartements de philosophie 12h30 14h

Abstracts www.acpcpa.ca Rsums

JOINT SESSIONS / SESSIONS CONJOINTES


Sunday, May 29th dimanche 29 mai :
9:00 12:30: Scurfield 268
Joint Session / Session conjointe CPA-CSHPS / ACP-SCHPS
Science and Metaphysics: 50 Years of Philosophy of Science at the University of Calgary
14:00 17:30: Scurfield 268
Joint Session / Session conjointe CPA-CSA / ACP-SCE
Contemporary Issues in the Philosophy of Art

Monday, May 30th lundi 30 mai :


9:00 12:30: Scurfield 268
Joint Session / Session conjointe CPA-CSEP / ACP-SCPE
Canadian Environmental Philosophy in the 21 st Century
13:30 15:00: Information & Communications Technologies (ITC) 121
Joint Session / Session conjointe CPA-CSHPS / ACP-SCHPS
Denis Walshs Organisms, Agency, and Evolution
14:00 17:30: Scurfield 268
Joint Session / Session conjointe ACP/CPA - CSWIP

Inter-Corporeal Ontologies: Material Vulnerabilities, Touching Relations,


Biosocial Bodies

Tuesday, May 31st mardi 31 mai :


14:00 16:30 MacEwan Hall Room 222 Ariel
Joint Session / Session conjointe CPA-EPTC / ACP-TCEP
Existentialism and Disability

Wednesday, June 1st mercredi 1 juin :


12:30 14:00: Scurfield 288
Joint Session / Session conjointe CPA-SSC / ACP-SCES
First Meeting of the Spinoze Society of Canada: Current Debates and Ongoing Research
Premire rencontre de la Socit canadienne dtudes sur Spinoza : Questions et
recherches en cours

CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHERS


LA SOCIT CANADIENNE DES PHILOSOPHES CHRTIENS ET CHRTIENNES
Scurfield Hall 202
May 30, 2016
9:00 10:00am Understanding the Tongues of Fire: Nebuchadnezzars Fire and Causal
Powers
P: Zita Toth, Fordham University
C: Phil Shadd, Institute for Christian Studies (Toronto)
10:15 11:15am God and Being: Edith Steins Philosophy of Community in her Early
Work and in her Later Finite and Eternal Being
P: Antonio Calcagno, Kings University College at Western
C: William Sweet, St. Francis Xavier University
11:30 12:30pm God and the Normativity of Aesthetic Judgments
P: Ian Peebles, Biola University
C: Jonathan Strand, Concordia University of Edmonton
12:30 2:00pm LUNCH / DJEUNER
2:00 3:00pm Why Atheists Should Be Anti-Natalists
P: Matthew Small, Western University
C: Catherine Nolan, University of Dallas
3:15 4:15pm St. Thomas and the Impossibility of Demonstrating Philosophically
that the Human Soul is Immortal
P: Donald Collins, Western University
C: Walter Reid, University of Calgary
4:30 5:30pm KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Thinking, and Thinking about Immateriality
P: Therese Cory, University of Notre Dame

SPECIAL EVENTS / VNEMENTS SPCIAUX


Sunday, May 29th dimanche 29 mai :
14:00 17:30: Scurfield 202
The CPAs Philosophy in the Schools Project /
Le Projet de la philosophie dans les coles de lACP
Philosophy in the Schools: Making it Explicit
14:00 15:00: Main Expo Event Space
Congress Event / vnement du congrs
The future of end-of-life decision-making in Canada /
Lavenir de la prise de dcision en fin de vie au Canada
Panelists / panlistes : Jocelyn Downie & Daniel Weinstock;
Moderator / prsidente de la session : Maryse Lassonde
17:30 18:30: Scurfield 268
Presidential Address / Allocution prsidentielle
Tim Kenyon (Waterloo)
Eliteness and Diversity in Philosophy
La hirarchie et la diversit en philosophie

Tuesday, May 31st mardi 31 mai :


11:30 13:00 Scurfield 268
The CJP Distinguished Lecture Joint Session / Session conjointe ACP/CPA CJP
Dominic McIver Lopes (UBC)
How to Get Practical about Aesthetic Value
17:00 19:30: AGM / AGA Scurfield 268
19:30 21:30: CPA Reception / Rception ACP Last Defence Lounge
MacEwan Student Centre 3rd floor; 3e tage

Wednesday, June 1st mercredi 1 juin :


14:00 17:30: Scurfield 202
The CPAs Equity Committee / Le comit dquit de lACP
Decolonizing Philosophy
12:30 14:00: Scurfield 288
Departments of Philosophy Chairs Meeting (Lunch will be provided)
Rencontre des directrices et directeurs des dpartements de philosophie (Un petit
djeuner sera servi)

THE 2017 CPA BOOK PRIZE

Books must be published in English or


French between October 1, 2014 and
October 1, 2016. The deadline for
submissions is October 31, 2016.
Please visit our web site for information.
www.acpcpa.ca

LE PRIX DU LIVRE DE LACP 2017


Les livres doivent avoir t publis, en
anglais ou en franais, entre le 1 er octobre
2014 et le 1er octobre 2016. La date limite de
dpt est fixe au 31 octobre 2016.
Veuillez visiter notre site Web pour les
renseignements.
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