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80th Program

Virginia Philosophical Association Annual Meeting 2019 

Friday, October 25th - Saturday, October 26th

Virginia Wesleyan University, Virginia Beach, VA

 

Friday, October 25

Greer Environmental Science Building- ROOM 255

1:00                Registration in atrium

 

2:00-3:00       “Merely Possible Precisification of Empty Names: A Problem for

Millianism”

          Brannon McDaniel (Richmond)

                                 Commenter: Torrance Fung (UVA)  

 


3:15-4:15     “Must God Have a Son?”

                                 Beau Branson (Brescia)

                                 Commenter: Felipe Pereira (Seton Hall)

 


4:30-5:30     “Imagination and a Diachronic Hylomorphic Account of Empirical                                          

Cognition in Kant's First Critique”

                                 Seth Goldwasser (Pitt)

                                 Commenter: Ed Martin (Liberty)

                          

 

5:45-6:45     “Too Far Beyond the Call of Duty”

                                 Chris Tucker (William and Mary)

                                 Commenter: Ethan Terrill (George Washington)

                          

 

7:00                Banquet (in Pearce Hospitality Suite/ Batten)

 

8:00-9:00        Banquet Address 

                                Miriam McCormick (University of Richmond)

                                "The Value of a Free and Wandering Mind"

 

                        

Saturday, October 26

 

 

8:30                Registration in atrium and Continental Breakfast

 

9:00-10:00      “Making Strange: Extending the Philosophical Value of Thought                                            

Experiments”

                                 Kaija Mortensen (Randolph)

                                 Commenter: Teresa Kouri Kissel (Old Dominion)

 

10:15-11:15     "Reading Ontology Off Language"

                                 Louis Doulas (UC Irvine)

                                 Commenter: James Darcy (UVA)

 

11:30-12:30      Keynote Lecture

                                 Deborah Mayo (Virginia Tech)

                                "Evidence as Passing a Severe Test"

 

12:30-12:45     Resolution of Gratitude & Elections

 

1:00-2:30         Lunch Break


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