2019 Princeton Workshop in Social Philosophy

February 9, 2019 - February 10, 2019
Princeton University

Marx Hall
Princeton 08540
United States

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Feb 9, 2019
9:30–10:30am: Breakfast in the Tower Room (1879 Hall)
10:30–11:45am: Relational Equality and Immigration – Daniel Sharp 
11:45–1:00pm: Homeshaping and the Tensions of Socially Situated Agency – McKay Holland
1:00–2:30pm: Lunch in the Tower Room
2:30–3:45pm: Implicit Biases are Not Beliefs (and Why That Matters) – Keshav Singh
3:45–5:00pm: Can 'More Speech' Counter Ignorant Speech? – Maxime Lepoutre
6:30pm: Dinner (open to speakers only)

Feb 10, 2019
9:30–10:30am: Breakfast in the Tower Room (1879 Hall)
10:30–11:45am: Self-Undermining Propaganda – Emmalon Davis 
11:45–1:00pm: Just Resistance – Leonie Smith
2:30–4:30pm: Keynote: Beyond the Now: Epistemic Oppression and the "Common" Sense of Incarceration – Kristie Dotson
4:30–4:45pm: Closing Remarks
4:45–6:00pm: Light Reception

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