Toronto Philosophy of Religion Workshop

December 14, 2023 - December 15, 2023

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Seattle Pacific University
Loyola University Maryland


Toronto Metropolitan University
Ryerson University
Toronto Metropolitan University

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The Toronto Philosophy of Religion Work-in-Progress Group will hold a virtual conference on December 14th and 15th, 2023. The event will take place on Zoom, and will feature two keynote speakers: Meghan D. Page (Loyola University Maryland) and Matthew A. Benton (Seattle Pacific University).

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Thursday, December 14th

10:00-11:00     “Molinism, PAP, and Dependence.” Philip Swenson (William and Mary), Andrew Law (Leibniz University Hannover), and Justin Mooney (Alberta)

11:15-12:15     “A Theory of Sin.” Sarah Valdman (Michigan)


2:00-3:00     “Run-About Theological Inference Tickets.” Taylor-Grey Miller (Brigham Young University)

3:15-4:45pm: Keynote Address #1: "Faith and Interpersonal Knowledge." Matthew A. Benton (Seattle Pacific University)

Friday, December 15th   

10:00-11:00      “The Ableism Problem for Moral Exemplarism.” Aaron Brian Davis (St. Andrew’s)

11:15-12:15        “Powered Properties, Modal Continuity, and the Patchwork Principle.” Ibrahim Dagher (Yale)


2:00-3:00         “Justification, and the Democratic Duty Against Dogmatism.” Marilie Coetsee (Hope College)

3:15-4:45pm: Keynote Address #2: "Through a Glass, Darkly: Exploring the Obstacles of Revealed Knowledge." Meghan D. Page (Loyola University Maryland)

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(Questions can be directed to any of the conference co-organizers: Liz Jackson ([email protected]), Klaas Kraay ([email protected]), and Daniel Rubio ([email protected]).)

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