Ohio State Philosophy will be well represented at the Central Division meeting of the American Philosophical Association in Denver in two weeks! Two graduate students are giving papers:
James Fritz on “Can Moral Disapproval Be Done Well?”
Erin Mercurio on “A Modified Objective List Theory of Well-Being”
Five graduate students will be commenting on a variety of panels: Jennifer Gleason (disability and human flourishing), Daniel Olson (philosophy of physics), Giorgio Sbardolini (philosophy of language: imperatives, generics, and counterlogicals), Evan Woods (metaphysics of persons), and Chulmin Yoon (meaning and context).
Senior Lecturer Scott Brown will be commenting on a panel about metaphysics.
Prof. Richard Samuels will be chairing a panel on philosophy of mind, and Prof. Piers Turner has been invited to speak on “Nudging the Limits of Mill’s Anti-Paternalism” for a PPE Society group session.
Well done, everyone!