12th Annual UAPA Graduate Philosophy Conference in Experimental Philosophy

April 6, 2019
University at Albany Philosophical Association

Humanities Building Room 354
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany 12222
United States

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Yale University


State University of New York, Albany

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The University at Albany Philosophical Association would like to invite any one interested in our annual graduate student conference:  

12th Annual University at Albany Philosophical Association Graduate Conference in Experimental Philosophy

April 6th, 2019

University at Albany, SUNY

1400 Washington Avenue Albany, NY

Humanities 354  

Schedule: 9:15-10:00: Light Breakfast

10:00-10:55: Rebecca Carlson (Hillsdale College) “Conflicting Intuitions? Applying Bayesian Epistemology and Experimental Philosophy to the Problem of Evil”

Commentator: Scott Wolcott (University at Albany, SUNY)  

11:00-11:55: Alexander Max Bauer (University of Oldenburg) “Experiments on Needs-Based Justice – When Marginal Gains to the Poor do not Matter”

Commentator: Sydney Faught (University at Albany, SUNY)  

12:00-1:00: Lunch

1:00-1:55: Michael Prinzing (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) “The folk concept of a meaningful life: Subjectivist or objectivist?”

Commentator: Will Kidder (University at Albany, SUNY)  

2:00-2:55: Alexandra Nolte (Florida State University) “Experimental Evidence that Knowledge Entails Justification”

Commentators: Evan Malone (University at Albany, SUNY)  

3:30-5:00: Keynote Speaker: Joshua Knobe (Yale University) “The Essence of Psychological Essentialism”  

Catered dinner reception to follow.  

Any questions, please contact UAPA President George Kassimis (email: gkassimis@albany.edu)

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