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.