Friday, April 8

3:30-5:00: Nicolas Cornell (Penn), ‘Arctic Drilling and Wrongful Benefit’, with comments from Sarah Jansen (Carleton)

5:30-7:00:  Anna Moltchanova (Carleton), ‘Disagreement and Collective Self-awareness’, with comments from Louis-Philippe Hodgson (York U)

Saturday, April 9

3:30-5:00: Nina Emery (Brown), ‘Quantum mechanics, Simplicity, and Skepticism’, with comments from David Plunkett (Dartmouth)

5:30-7:00:  George Rudebusch (NAU), ‘Kinds: Resolving the Intensional/Extensional Ambiguity’, with comments from Christine Thomas (Dartmouth)

Sunday, April 10

3:30-5:00: Sylvia Berryman (UBC), ‘Aristotle, Human Nature, and the 20th Century Ethics Wars’, with comments from Kathryn Lindeman (SLU)

5:30-7:00:  Will Starr (Cornell), ‘Force and Conversational States’ (co-authored with Sarah Murray), with comments from Eliot Michaelson (KCL)


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