Northern Graduate Philosophy Conference


12th Annual Northern Graduate Philosophy Conference
November 9-10, 2018




Friday, November 9

Holmes Student Center, University Suite

3:00-5:00 p.m.
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: David Manley (University of Michigan)
"Personal Identity and Population Ethics"




Saturday, November 10

Holmes Student Center, Room 505

9:00-9:30
Continental Breakfast

MORNING SESSION

9:30-10:20
"Should Aristotelians Commit to the Infinite Divisibility of Matter"
Graham Renz, Washington University, St. Louis
Comments by Zach Smith

10:30-11:20
"Bayesian Naturalness"
Sven Neth, University of California, Berkeley
Comments by Devin Lane

11:30-12:20
"Information Sensitive Deontic Modals"
Joseph Glover, University of Iowa
Comments by John Hill

Lunch

AFTERNOON SESSION

2:30-3:20
"Pain as Extramental Objects of Perception"
Jesse Wilson, University of Southern California
Comments by Varun Ravikumar

3:30-4:30
"Special Sciences: Still Autonomous After Even More Years"
Rhys Borchert, University of Arizona
Comments by Brenda Schilling

Sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the Graduate School of Northern Illinois University