Meeting of The Wisconsin Philosophical Assocation

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Philosophy, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse

3310 Student Union, University of Wisconsin at La Crosse
University of Wisconsin La Crosse
La Crosse 54601
United States

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3310 Student Union, University of Wisconsin at La Crosse

University of Wisconsin La Crosse

La Crosse 54601

United States

Saturday April 13th

9:00-9:10 Arrival

9:10-9:15 Opening remarks

(Session 1) 9:15- 10:35 (40 minutes each Paper + Q&A)

“Social Norms and Social Reasons” 

by James Ewing (University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign)

“Concerning Morality: Human Dispositions and Propensities for Altruism and Social Cooperation” 

by Ashley Labodda (University of Rochester)

(Session 2) 10:45-12:05

“Truth, Metaphysics, and Success” 

by Jerry Kapus (University of Wisconsin – Stout)

“Sentential Truth/Falsity without Propositions” 

by Vincent Jacobson(Concordia University Wisconsin)

Lunch 12:05-1:30    

(Session 3) 1:30-2:50

“An Object-Based Individuation of Sensory Modalities” 

by Hubert Marciniec (University of Wisconsin – Madison) 

“On Seeing Negation” 

by Elizabeth Bell (University of Wisconsin – Madison) 

(Session 4) 3:00-4:20

“Neither Resurrected nor Restored: De-Extinction and the Christmas Island Rat” 

by Chris Diehm (University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point) 

“Disentangling Domestication: Are Humans Domesticated?” 

by Jason Zinser (University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point)

RECEPTION: 6:00pm-8:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday April 14th

(Session 5: Undergraduate Session) 9:00-10:20

“Correspondence and Contingency” 

by Mitchell Johnson (University of Wisconsin – La Crosse) 

“Doxastic Discrepancy and Worthwhile Disagreement” 

by Stephen Ruthy (University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire) 

(Session 6) 10:30-11:50

“Nietzsche’s Mythopoeia: A Blumenbergian Reading of Thus Spoke Zarathustra” 

by Muhammad Omar Khan (McMaster University) 

“Two Kinds of Acts in the First Critique” 

by Tavis Enderle (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee) 

Lunch:  11:50-1:00pm

(Session 7) 1:00pm-2:20pm

The Moral Obligation to Appreciate Art” 

by Lukas Meyers (University of Wisconsin – Madison)

“The Reason to be Angry Proportionally” 

by Michael Bruckner (University of Wisconsin – Madison)

2:30-3:00pm WPA Executive Committee Meeting

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