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71st Program
Marymount University

Friday October 22, 2010

Truland Auditorium, Ballston Center,

2:00 p.m.

Registration & Refreshments

2:30-3:25

“On Being One’s ‘True Self’: Arpaly, Ego-Dystonic Desires,

and the First Person Perspective”


Travis N. Rieder, Georgetown University


Commentator: Eric Saidel, George Washington University



3:30-4:25

“Expanding the Circle of Concern: May We Prefer Our “Own” Children?”


Tina Rulli, Yale University


Commentator: Melina Bell, Washington and Lee University



4:40-5:35

“The Education of Amour Propre”


Ty Landrum, University of Virginia


Commentator: Jason P. Matzke, University of Mary Washington



5:40-6:35

“Autonomy and the Demands of Love”


Mark Piper, James Madison University


Commentator: Thomas Package, Marymount University


7:00-8:00

Banquet - Ballston Conference Center

Conference attendees who wish to dine at the banquet are requested to RSVP by Friday Oct 8th to adam.kovach at marymount dot edu.


8:00-10:00

Keynote Address

“Leave the Gun; Take the Cannoli: Putting Imperatives in their Place”


Mark Lance, Georgetown University


Ballston Conference Center



Saturday October 23, 2010

Truland Auditorium, Ballston Center

8:00-8:30 a.m.

Registration & Refreshments


8:30-9:25

“Epistemic Bootstrapping”

Bryan Cwik, University of Virginia

Commentator: Will Fleisher, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University


9:30-10:25

“A Dilemma for the Eliminativist Ontology for Brains”

Joungbin Lim, University of Virginia

Commentator: Catherine Sutton, Virginia Commonwealth University


10:30-11:25

“Desire and Pleasure in Kant’s Aesthetic Judgments”

Lydia Patton, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Commentator: Ted Kinnaman, George Mason University


11:40-12:50 p.m.

Invited Lecture

“Accounting for Luck”

Laura W. Ekstrom, The College of William and Mary


1:00-1:30

Business meeting