2020: Moab, UT

April 17th, 18th and 19th (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)

Friday and Saturday at the Grand Center, 125 E. Center St., Moab, UT 84532. Sunday at Moab Arts and Recreation Center (MARC), Stage Room;
111 E 100 N, Moab, UT 84532.


Coming Soon

If you need accessibility accommodations to participate in this event, please contact the organizers as soon as possible.

2019: St. George, UT

April 12th, 13th and 14th (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)

DiFiore Center, Main Room; 307 N Main St, St. George, UT 84770.


Organizers: Nico Cornell, Eliot Michaelson, David Plunkett, Amy Sepinwall, Will Starr


(Papers are circulated via an emailed Dropbox link. Email us if you can't find it.)


PROGRAM:

Format: 5 – 10 min author remarks, 10–15 min comments, 5–10 minute author response, remainder discussion.


Details coming soon, but schedule will run roughly 3pm to 7pm each day, with dinner at 7:30pm.

FRIDAY, APRIL 12

3:30 – 5

James Shaw
(Pittsburgh)

"Kripkean Necessity A Posteriori: Some Doubts"
Comments: Will Starr (Cornell)
Chair: David Plunkett (Dartmouth)

5:30 – 7

Lindsay Crawford
(Connecticut College)

"Relationships and Reasons for Beliefs"
Comments: Nico Cornell (Michigan)
Chair: Eliot Michaelson (Kings)

7:30 – 9

Dinner

SATURDAY, APRIL 13

3:30 – 5

Simon Cabulea May
(Florida State)

"Why Strict Compliance?"
Comments: Amy Sepinwall (Penn)
Chair: Will Starr (Cornell)

5:30 – 7

Patrick Todd
(Edinburgh)

"The Will/Would Connection"
Comments: Josh Armstrong (UCLA)
Chair: Nico Cornell (Michigan)

7:30 – 9

Dinner

SUNDAY, APRIL 14

3:30 – 5

Grace Helton
(Princeton)

"The Import and Resiliency of Solipsism"
Comments: Shyam Nair (Arizona State)
Chair: Amy Sepinwall (Penn)

5:30 – 7

Jeff Helmreich
(Irvine)

"When Sincerity isn't Enough: Word-Giving, Guaranteeing and Promising That"
Comments: David Plunkett (Dartmouth)


Chair: Eliot Michaelson (Kings)

7:30 – 9

Dinner


If you need accessibility accommodations to participate in this event, please contact the organizers as soon as possible.

2018: Sedona, AZ

April 14th, 15th and 16th (Saturday, Sunday and Monday)

Sedona Creative Life Center, Art Cabin;
333 Schnebly Hill Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336.


Organizers: Nico Cornell, Sarah Jansen, Eliot Michaelson, David Plunkett, Will Starr (in absentia)


(Papers are circulated via an emailed Dropbox link. Email us if you can't find it.)


PROGRAM:

Format: 5-10 min author remarks, 10-15 min comments, 5-10 minute author response, remainder discussion.

SATURDAY

3:15 – 5

Hannah Tierney
(Cornell)

"Reasons and Responsibility"
Comments: Jennifer Matey (SMU), Nico Cornell (Michigan)
Chair: Eliot Michaelson (Kings)

5:30 – 7

David Plunkett
(Dartmouth)

"Evolution, Conceptual Fixed Points, and Reliability about Authoritative Normativity"
Comments: Kate Nolfi (Vermont)
Chair: Will Starr (Cornell)

7:30-9

Dinner

SUNDAY

3:15 – 5

Julie Piering
(Northern Arizona)

"The Relation of Grief to Virtue"
Comments: Krista Rodkey (Valparaiso), Amy Sepinwall (Penn/Princeton)
Chair: Nico Cornell (Michigan)

5:30 – 7

Timothy Rosenkoetter
(Dartmouth)

"Kant's Response-dependent Account of the Meanings of the Categories"
Comments: Eliot Michaelson (Kings)
Chair: Sarah Jansen (Northern Arizona)

7:30-9

Dinner

MONDAY

3:15 – 5

C. Thi Nguyen
(Utah Valley)

"Games and the Art of Agency"
Comments: Rachel Levit-Andes (Nortern Arizona), Sarah Jansen (Northern Arizona)
Chair: David Plunkett

5:30 – 7

David Glick
(Ithaca College)

"Pluralist Structural Realism: the best of both worlds?"
Comments: Will Starr (Cornell)
Chair: Krista Rodkey (Valparaiso)

7:30-9

Dinner


If you need accessibility accommodations to participate in this event, please contact the organizers as soon as possible.

2017: Moab, UT

March 25th, 26th and 27th (Saturday, Sunday and Monday)

Moab Arts and Recreation Center (MARC), Stage Room;
111 E 100 N, Moab, UT 84532.


Organizers: Nico Cornell, Sarah Jansen, Eliot Michaelson, David Plunkett, Will Starr


(Papers are circulated via an emailed Dropbox link. Email us if you can't find it.)


PROGRAM:

Session breakdown: 5-10 min author remarks, 10-15 min comments, remainder discussion.

SATURDAY

3:15 – 5

Jeanine Weekes-Schroer
(Minnesota-Duluth)

"Toxic Masculinity, Stereotype Threat, and Resilience"
Comments: Nico Cornell (Penn)
Comments: Sarah Jansen (Carleton)
Chair: David Plunkett (Dartmouth)

5:30 – 7

Jonathan Cohen
(UCSD)

"On Convention and Coherence"
Comments: Will Starr (Cornell)
Chair: Sarah Jansen (Carleton)

7:30-9

Dinner

At Organizers' Airbnb

SUNDAY

3:30 – 5

Eliot Michaelson
(Kings)

"Best Coast Semantics"
Comments: John Kulvicki (Dartmouth)
Chair: Will Starr (Cornell)

5:30 – 7

Jeff Downard
(Northern Arizona)

"The Signs of Respect"
Comments: Eileen Nutting (Kansas)
Chair: Eliot Michaelson
(Kings)

7:30-9

Dinner

At Arches Thai

MONDAY

3:30 – 5

Meghan Sullivan
(Notre Dame)

"Arbitrariness and Permissiveness"
Comments: Eric Stencil (Utah Valley)
Chair: Eileen Nutting (Kansas)

5:30 – 7

Jeff Behrends
(Harvard)

"Practical Reasons and Practical Reasoning"
Comments: David Plunkett (Dartmouth)
Chair: Will Starr (Cornell)

7:30-9

Dinner

At Moab Brewing Co.


If you need accessibility accommodations to participate in this event, please contact the organizers as soon as possible.

2016: Sedona, AZ

April 8th, 9th and 10th (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)

Sedona Creative Life Center, Art Cabin;
333 Schnebly Hill Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336.


Organizers: Sarah Jansen, Eliot Michaelson, David Plunkett


(Papers are circulated via an emailed Dropbox link. Email us if you can't find it.)


PROGRAM:

Session breakdown: 5-10 min author remarks, 10-15 min comments, remainder discussion.

FRIDAY

3:30 – 5

Nico Cornell
(Penn)

"Arctic Drilling and Wrongful Benefit"
Comments: Sarah Jansen (Carleton)
Chair: David Plunkett (Dartmouth)

5:30 – 7

Anna Moltchanova
(Carleton)

"Disagreement and Collective Self-awareness"
Comments: Louis-Philippe Hodgson (York U)
Chair: Eliot Michaelson (Kings)

7:30-9

Dinner

SATURDAY

3:30 – 5

Nina Emery
(Brown)

"Quantum mechanics, Simplicity, and Skepticism"
Comments: David Plunkett (Dartmouth)
Chair: Will Starr (Cornell)

5:30 – 7

George Rudebusch
(Northern Arizona)

"Kinds: Resolving the Intensional/Extensional Ambiguity"
Comments: Christine Thomas (Dartmouth)
Chair: Sarah Jansen (Carleton)

7:30-9

Dinner

SUNDAY

3:30 – 5

Sylvia Berryman
(UBC)

"Aristotle, Human Nature, and the 20th Century Ethics Wars"
Comments: Kathryn Lindeman (SLU)
Chair: Nico Cornell (Penn)

5:30 – 7

Will Starr
(Cornell)

"Force and Conversational States"
Comments: Eliot Michaelson (Kings)
Chair: Christine Thomas (Dartmouth)

7:30-9

Dinner


If you need accessibility accommodations to participate in this event, please contact the organizers as soon as possible.