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2014 Central Division Meeting: Papers To Be Presented
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Papers to be presented

TitleFull nameAffiliation
The Phenomenology of Sensory AffectMurat AydedeUniversity of British Columbia
A User's Guide to Epistemic ModalityMichael BarkasiRice University
What if conscious experience entails change?Gary BartlettCentral Washington University
Malice and the Ridiculous as Self-Ignorance: A Dialectical Argument in Philebus 47d-50eRebecca Bensen-CainOklahoma State University
Dialectic in the Cave
Hugh Benson

How to Modify Lewisian Social Conventions to Account for Difference, Dissent, and EvolutionSarah BraaschSan Francisco State University
Walter Burley on Mental LanguageNathaniel BulthuisCornell University
Re-Cognizing Perception and CognitionDaniel BurnstonUniversity of California, San Diego
A Frankfurt Example to End all Frankfurt ExamplesJames CainOklahoma State University
Not the Optimistic TypeBen CaplanOhio State
An Ethical Analysis of the Emancipation ProclamationThomas CarsonCentral Division
Akratic Action under the Guise of the GoodEugene ChislenkoUniversity of California, Berkeley
The Way of ActualitySam CowlingDenison University
Sex, Vagueness, and the OlympicsHelen DalyPacific APA
Descartes on Innateness and Triggering CausationRaffaella De RosaRutgers University
Towards a Phenomenology of WhitenessNathan EckstrandDuquesne University
The Strategies of Biopower and Normalization Present in the Controversial Administration of the HPV Vaccine to Adolescents: A Foucaultian AnalysisKimberly EngelsMarquette University
Are Bald-faced Lies Deceptive After All?Don FallisUniversity of Arizona
Is a Transcendental Construction Possible?Andrew ForcehimesVanderbilt University
Preservationism DestroyedMatthew FriseUniversity of Rochester
Kripke's Puzzle About Belief ResolvedNicholas Georgalis
Truth Gaps and Impossible WorldsCameron GibbsUniversity of Massachusetts, Amherst
"Permissivism without Grounding”Jonah GoldwaterUniversity of Missouri
A Defense of Five-DimensionalismAndrew GrahamUniversity of Missouri-Kansas City
Belief and the Normativity of Mental ContentDerek GreenNorthwestern University
Intention, Permissibility, and Morally Good ActionJohn Hacker-WrightUniversity of Guelph
What makes it Ockham's Razor?: The Pessimistic Consequence of Ockham's Theological MetaontologyEric HagedornSt. Norbert College
Kant on the blind justice of aesthetic verdictsSusan HahnWesleyan [Visiting Assistant Professor, Fall 2013-Spring 2014]
Free Acts and Counterfactuals of Libertarian Freedom: Why the Rollback Argument (Conditionally) FailsRobert HartmanSt. Louis University
A Plague on Both Your Houses: Situationism, Virtue Ethics, and the Importance of Self-Control and Perseverance Traits in Moral PsychologyMatthew HaugCollege of William & Mary
Does Aristotle's Vicious Person Wish to be Otherwise?Erica HolbergUtah State University
Philosophical Definitions: The Grounding ViewJoachim HorvathUniversity of Cologne
Everettian Quantum Mechanics and the Principal PrincipleChris HowardUniversity of Arizona
Assessing Nonstandard Emotions: Nostalgia’s Formal Object and the Limits of FittingnessScott HowardHarvard University
Levinasian Responsibility and Liberal Politics: Rethinking Freedom and RightsCheryl HughesCentral Division
Rights and Capabilities: Tom Regan and Martha Nussbaum on AnimalsRamona IleaPacific University Oregon
The Contradictions of CalliclesTushar IraniWesleyan University
Public Reason's Failure to Provide Reasons to Overcome OppressionGary JaegerVanderbilt University
Remembering and KnowingSteven JamesUniversity of Texas at Austin
Un-Naturalizing Phenomenology: Making a Case for Transcendental Phenomenology in the 21st CenturyJohn JanesMarquette University
Poetry and Metaphysics in Republic XSarah JansenCarleton College
Failing to CountCasey JohnsonUniversity of Connecticut
An Absurd Accumulation: Aristotle’s Metaphysics 1076b11-33Emily KatzMichigan State University
Paraphrase, Semantics, and OntologyJohn KellerNiagara University
The Metaphysics of Propositional ConstituencyLorraine KellerUniversity of Notre Dame (recent graduate), Niagara University (adjunct)
The Lack of Belief: Unbelief versus DisregardBrian KimThe Ohio State University
The Vagueness Argument Against Abstract ArtifactsDaniel KormanUniversity of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Whether-conditionalsTheodore KorzukhinCornell University
Temporal Passage and Events in ProgressNicky KrollAssistant Professor
Locating Gunky Water and WineMatthew LeonardUC Davis
A Defense of Intentional Self-DceptionJason LopezWisconsin University
Radical Interpretation and the Problem of AsymmetryGreg LynchFordham University
A New Account of Scientific Models and ApproximationsIan McKayCornell University
Virtue and Self-Mastery in Plato's LAWSSusan MeyerEastern
The Rawls–Harsanyi Dispute: A Moral Point of ViewMichael MoehlerVirginia Tech
A New Puzzle About Doubt, Belief, and ConfidenceAndrew MoonKansas State University
"I’m a Real Boy!”: Predication and Fictional CharactersCathleen MullerMarist College
Travel Bans, Asset Freezes and other Targeted Preventions of Terrorist Acts at the Interface of War and PeaceHadassa NoordaUniversity of Amsterdam
Molinisim And The Ersatz Thin Red LineDan PadgettBaylor University
If Justice Really Matters, It’s Not Just a Matter of Degree: The Significance of Gyges’ Ring in Republic 2Tyler PaytasWashington University in St. Louis
Russellians can get donkeys and bishops just rightCaleb PerlUniversity of Southern California
Epistemic Evaluation, Disagreement, and the Total Evidence ViewTimothy PerrineIndiana University, Bloomington
Non-Peer DisagreementMaura PriestUniversity of California, Irvine
Aristotle on Heroic VirtueDouglass ReedUniversity of Virginia
Oaxacan Transborder Communities and the Political Philosophy of ImmigrationAmy Reed-SandovalUniversity of Washington
Object Constructivism and Unconstructed ObjectsJustin RemhofSanta Clara University
Persistence, Thought, and PersonhoodNicholas RimellUniversity of Virginia
How Not to Model Extreme IgnoranceSusanna RinardUniversity of Missouri-Kansas City
Phenomenal Blending and the Palette ProblemLuke RoelofsUniversity of Toronto
Affinity and Systematicity in the First CritiqueMichael RohlfThe Catholic University of America
Frankfurt, Personhood and the Objectivity of ValueAnthony RuddSt Olaf College
The Invariance Criterion for Logical PluralismTomoya SatoUniversity of California, San Diego
Blocking the Strengthened Case for Knowledge from FalsehoodIan SchneeWestern Kentucky University
Pseudonyms and SuperheroesDavid Schwarzindependent scholar
Attention and Cognitive Control in Affective Perception for Embodied AppraisalsWilliam SeeleyBates College
"How to Be an Ethical Expressivist"Alex SilkUniversity of Birmingham
The Constitution of ActionKenneth SilverUniversity of Southern California
What is a Theory of Persistence?Bradford SkowMassachusetts Institute of Technology
The Explanatory Power of High-Level Perceptual ContentModie SmithWake Forest University
Rationality and Desire in FictionShannon SpauldingOklahoma State University
Unnecessary ExistentsJoshua SpencerUniversity of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Newcombian NuancesReuben SternUW-Madison
Status of Psychē in Plato's PhaedoSophia StonePurdue University
Against the Necessity of MonismShruta SwarupCornell
Omissions and the Frankfurt Cases: A ChallengePhilip SwensonUniversity of California, Riverside
Social Conventions and Associative DutiesErin TaylorCornell
The structure of propositions and cross-linguistic syntactic variabilityVasileios TsompanidisInstitut Jean Nicod - Ecole Normale Superieure
Climate Change and the Epistemic Exploitation of WomenRebecca TuvelVanderbilt University
Henry of Ghent and Godfrey of Fontaines on Sine Qua Non Causes and CausationSimona VucuCentre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
Abortion and Hermeneutical InjusticeGeorgia WarnkeUniversity of California, Riverside
Skepticism and Semantic BlindsightJohn WatermanJohns Hopkins University
Justice and Political Authority in Left-LibertarianismFabian WendtUniversity of Hamburg
Two Arguments Against Teleological Accounts of Practical ReasonStephen WhiteNorthwestern University
A Problem with ThinningMalte WillerUniversity of Chicago
Sensitive Knowledge as Natural KnowledgeAaron WilsonUniversity of Miami
Reviving Concurrentism About DeathAaron WolfSyracuse University
Retributivism in Hobbes's Theory of PunishmentArthur YatesUniversity of Western Ontario
Spinoza's Symptomatic Theory of EmotionsAndrew YoupaSouthern Illinois University Carbondale
Synthesis in Kant and HegelRocio ZambranaUniversity of Oregon
The (Anti-)Real(ist) MillPeter ZukRice University