20th Annual University of Toronto Graduate Philosophy Conference

May 21, 2021 - May 22, 2021

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University of Virginia
Harvard University

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University of Toronto, St. George Campus
University of Toronto, St. George Campus

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20th Annual Toronto Graduate Philosophy Conference

Friday, May 21 - Saturday, May 22 2021

(Online — Zoom)

Conference is free and open to the public; no registration required.

Meeting link: [check back posted closer to the day of the event]


May 21

Hannah Widmaier (UCLA), “What Justifies Forgiveness?”

     10:30–11:30 AM EDT • 7:30 PDT/9:30 CDT/3:30 GMT+1

Matt Rosen (Oxford), “Poetic Form, Difficult Realities, and the Writing of Philosophy”

     11:30–12:30 AM EDT • 8:30 PDT/10:30 CDT/4:30 GMT+1

30 minute break

Keynote: Elizabeth Barnes (Virginia), “Disability and Health: A Complicated Relationship”

      1:00–3:00 PM EDT • 10:00 PDT/12:00 CDT/6:00 GMT+1

May 22

Russell Guilbault (Chicago), “Free Will in Madhyamaka Buddhist Philosophy”

     10:30–11:30 AM EDT • 7:30 PDT/9:30 CDT/3:30 GMT+1

Andrew Stewart (USC), “State of Nature Storytelling”

     11:30–12:30 AM EDT • 8:30 PDT/10:30 CDT/4:30 GMT+1

30 minute break

Keynote: Parimal Patil (Harvard), "Dharmakīrti on Persons"

     1:00–3:00 PM EDT • 10:00 PDT/12:00 CDT/6:00 GMT+1

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