The Limits of Ideology Critique
Rachel Elizabeth Fraser (Oxford University)

part of: 26th Annual Oxford Graduate Philosophy Conference
November 12, 2022, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford

Lecture Room
Faculty of Philosophy
Oxford OX2 6GG
United Kingdom

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  • Royal Institute of Philosophy
  • Analysis Trust
  • Faculty of Philosophy


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We are delighted to announce that the 26th Annual Oxford Philosophy Graduate Conference will take place on Saturday and Sunday 12-13 November 2022 in the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Oxford.

Anyone with an interest in philosophy is welcome to attend. If you wish to attend in person, please email [email protected] in advance specifying which talk(s) you plan on attending. 

There is also the option to attend remotely via Zoom using this link: 

Keynote Speakers

Rachel Fraser | The Limits of Ideology Critique
University of Oxford

Jonathan Parry | What’s Wrong with Paternalism?
London School of Economics

Graduate Speakers

Edvard Avilés-Meza | The Evil Demon Meets the Invisible Gorilla
Cornell University
Response: Bill Child

Sara Chan Yun Yu | The Attenuated Authority of Personal Testimony about Disability
University of Notre Dame
Response: TBC

Kyoungmin Cho | On Aristotle’s Test for Energeia in Metaphysics Θ 6: The Tense-Aspect Reading
University of Illinois at Chicago
Response: Michael Peramatzis

Adham El Shazly | Trust for Understanding
University of Cambridge
Response: Bernhard Salow

Pranciškus Gricius | Towards a New Theory of Moderate Contingentism
Vilnius University
Response: Adrian Moore

Alice Harberd | The Wisdom of Live, Laugh, Love: Aesthetically Caused Epistemic Misjudgements and the Banality Objection to Cognitivism
University College London
Response: TBC

Christopher Izgin | Aristotle on the Logical Relation between the Principles of Non-Contradiction and Excluded Middle in Metaphysics Γ.4
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin / New York University
Response: Alexander Bown

Nick Küspert | Two Kinds of Supererogation
University of St Andrews
Response: Anil Gomes

Cameron McCulloch | Privacy, Knowledge, and Self-Presentation
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Response: TBC

Pepa Mellema | Slurs as Ideology: A Defence of Prohibitionism
University College Dublin
Response: Timothy Williamson

Anthony Nguyen | Grounding the Wrong of Colonialism in Self-Respect
University of Southern California
Response: David Miller

Anna Nyman | Moral Principles: A Challenge for Deniers of Moral Luck
Uppsala University
Response: Roger Crisp

Evan Welchance | Perceiving Persistence Conditions
University of Virginia
Response: Nicholas K. Jones

Breakfast, a light lunch, and tea/coffee will be provided for all conference attendees. More information about the conference can be found on the conference website.

We look forward to seeing you there! 

The Organising Committee for the 26th Annual Oxford Philosophy Graduate Conference

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