Kentucky Philosophical Association FALL 2011 Meeting Program

Posted: 15 de October de 2011 by Fernando Furtado in Event

Kentucky Philosophical Association FALL 2011 Meeting Program

Northern Kentucky University
Science Center 302 and 304
Highland Heights, KY 41099

Saturday, October 22, 2011
8:30 am-4:30 pm

Keynote Address
Sandy Goldberg, Northwestern University
“Mutuality and Assertion”

Presidential Panel
Nancy Hancock, Northern Kentucky University
Laura Newhart, Eastern Kentucky University
Pamela Ryan, Morehead State University (Chair)
Erin Tarver, Georgetown College
“Women and Philosophy”

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8:30-9:00 am              Registration, Breakfast, Welcome

9:00-10:00 am            Concurrent Session I

Audrey Anton, Western Kentucky University
“Willing, Unwilling, and Binding Addiction”
Commentator: Zachary Purdue, Kent State University

Elaine Blum, Kent State University
“Queering Kristeva’s Subjectivity”
Commentator: Benjamin Norris, The New School for Social Research

10:00-11:00 am          Concurrent Session II

Ryan Comeau, Kent State University
“Incommensurability and Anti-Realist Worries: Thomas Kuhn’s Underlying
Semantic Commitments”
Commentator: Joseph Spino, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Peter Murphy, University of Indianapolis
“Justified, Despite an Unjustified Pedigree”
Commentator: Audrey Anton, Western Kentucky University

11:00-Noon                Concurrent Session III

Benjamin Norris, The New School for Social Research
“Harm as a New Approach to Ugliness in the Critique of Judgment”
Commentator: Jerome Langguth, Thomas More College

Ruth Poproski, Carnegie Mellon University
“Cooperativity and the Role of Common Interest in Gricean Pragmatics”
Commentator: Ian Schnee, Western Kentucky University

Noon-1:30 pm            Lunch

1:30-2:30 pm              Concurrent Session IV

Henry Southgate, University of Wisconsin-Madison
“Hegel and the Identity of Indiscernibles”
Commentator: Daniel Kirchner, Centre College

Morey Williams, Boston College
“Asking the Right Questions:  A Discussion of the Role of Women in
Book V of Plato’s Republic”
Commentator: Erin Tarver, Georgetown College

2:30-3:30 pm              Keynote Address

Sandy Goldberg, Northwestern University
“Mutuality and Assertion”

3:30-4:30 pm              Presidential Panel

Nancy Hancock, Northern Kentucky University
Laura Newhart, Eastern Kentucky University
Pamela Ryan, Morehead State University (Chair)
Erin Tarver, Georgetown College
“Women and Philosophy”

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REGISTRATION
The meeting is open to the public.  A $5 registration fee is required,
for both KPA members and nonmembers.

DIRECTIONS AND PARKING
For directions and parking, please visit http://www.nku.edu/campusmaps/directions.php
and http://www.nku.edu/campusmaps/map.php#directions.  Visitor
parking: maximum $5 per day.

HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS
The nearest accommodations to the NKU campus would be either the
Hampton Inn & Suites at 10 Hampton Lane, Wilder KY 41076
(859-441-3049) http://hamptoninn.hilton.com/en/hp/hotels/index.jhtml?ctyhocn=CVGWIHX
or the Country Inn & Suites at 10 Country Drive, Wilder KY 41076
(859-441-3707) http://www.countryinns.com/wilder-hotel-ky-41076/kywilder.

CONTACT
Local Contact: Dr. Nancy Hancock, Department of Sociology,
Anthropology and Philosophy, Northern Kentucky University, Nunn Drive,
Highland Heights, KY 41099, hancockn@nku.edu, 859-572-6401.  KPA
Contact: Dr. Minh Nguyen, Department of Philosophy and Religion,
Eastern Kentucky University, 521 Lancaster Avenue, Richmond, KY 40475,
minh.nguyen@eku.edu, 859-626-2335.

ABOUT THE KPA
For the most updated version of the program and more information about
the KPA in general, please visit http://kentuckyphilosophy.blogspot.com/.

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