Graduate students present at the APA

November 15, 2017
APA

Many of our current graduate students (and some very recent graduates) are presenting or commenting at the three upcoming conferences of the American Philosophical Association.

Eastern Division APA Conference in Savannah, GA (January 2018):

  • Christa Johnson is presenting a paper titled “Resolutions, Salient Reasons, and Weakness of Will”

  • Allison Massof is presenting a paper titled “The Patient’s Duty to Disclose”
  • Brian McLean is commenting on a symposium paper titled “Beyond Emotion Versus Reason: Does Neuroscience Undermine a Classic Metaethical Distinction?” by Geoffrey Holtzman
  • Eric Snyder is commenting on a paper titled “A (Partial) Possible Worlds Semantics for Reasons” by Lucia Schwarz

Central Division APA Conference in Chicago, IL (February 2018):

  • Ethan Brauer is commenting on a paper titled “Paradox with Just Self-Reference”
by Ted Parent
  • Juan Garcia is presenting a paper titled “Leibniz, a Friend of Molinism”

  • Jenn Gleason is commenting on a paper titled “Neuroscience of Mindreading: A Case for a Plurality of Specialized Mindreading Mechanisms” by Elisabeth Hildt
  • Erin Mercurio is commenting on a paper titled “Sexual Orientations: The Desire View”
by Esa Díaz-León
  • Giorgio Sbardolini is commenting on a paper titled “Naive Admissibility in the Cut-Free Approach” by Ulf Hlobi

  • Keren Wilson Shatalov is commenting on a paper titled “Virtue Before Politics in Plato’s Laws”
by George Harvey 


Pacific Division APA Conference in San Diego, CA (March 2018):

  • Jamie Fritz is presenting a paper titled “What Pessimism about Moral Deference Means for Disagreement”
  • Juan Garcia is presenting a paper titled “Leibniz on Contingency and Individual Concepts”
  • Lavender McKittrick-Sweitzer is presenting a paper titled “Identifying Exploitation and Providing Care: Unifying the Capabilities Approach and Feminist Contractarianism”
  • Paul Robinson is presenting in a Book Symposium session on Dan Sperber and Hugo Mercier, The Enigma of Reason