Inaugural Princeton Project in Philosophy and Religion Conference Part 1: Virtual
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Inaugural Conference in Philosophy of Religion
Princeton Project in Philosophy and Religion (PPPR)
University Center for Human Values
The Princeton Project in Philosophy and Religion (https://pppr.princeton.edu) is excited to announce an inaugural conference in philosophy of religion, to be held October 30-31, 2020. Due to the pandemic, we have divided the conference into two parts. The first will be held virtually, but we have a great in-person event planned for September 2021 or whenever public health permits.
Schedule, all times Eastern.
Friday, October 30
11:00-12:15 Margaret Kamitsuka, Oberlin University, “The Afterlife Understood from an Emergent Materialist Perspective”
1:00-2:15 Finlay Malcolm, University of Hertfordshire, “The Epistemic Status of Propositional Faith”
2:30-3:45 Andrew Moon, Virginia Commonwealth University, “How to Properly Deflect a Debunking Argument”
4:00-5:15 Eric Steinhart, William Patterson University, “Religious Possiblism”
Saturday, October 31
11:00-12:15 Hope Sample, Grand Valley State University, “Anne Conway on Divine and Creaturely Freedom”
1:00-2:15 Rory Phillips, University College London, “On Being a Christian and at Home in the World”
2:30-3:45 Caleb Cohoe, Metropolitan State University of Denver, "The Value of Otherworldly Happiness: Why Augustine is Right to Distinguish Beatitudo from Felicitas"
4:00-5:15 Sam Lebens, University of Haifa, “Proselytism as Epistemic Violence”
October 29, 2020, 9:00am EST