Saint Louis University

The Saint Louis University Undergrad Philosophy Conference will be held Friday and Saturday, April 12-13. The schedule is as follows:

Friday, April 12

3 p.m.: Intergenerational Justice: Panel Discussion
Featuring Brian Cameron, Ph.D., Corey Katz and Ben Conover
Room 142 in Adorjan Hall

6:15 p.m.: Elizabeth Schechter, Ph.D. (Washington University)
"Self and Other in the Split-Brain Subject"
Pere Marquette Gallery in DuBourg Hall

Saturday, April 13

9 a.m.: Tyler Haulotte (Westminister College, Mo.)
"Nietzsche and the Problem of Self-Reference"
Room 142 in Adorjan Hall

Connor Morgan (Coe College, Iowa)
"Does Free Will Matter?"
Room 144 in McGannon Hall

10 a.m.: Griffin Trapp (SIU-Edwardsville, Ill.)
"A Critique of Susan Wolff"
Room 142 in Adorjan Hall

Christopher Brummitt (Coe College, Iowa)
"Does Quebec Have Just Cause for Secession?"
Room 144 in McGannon Hall

11:30 a.m.: Professor Sara Bernstein (Duke University)
"Omissions as Possibilities"
Pere Marquette Gallery in DuBourg Hall

2:30 p.m.: Jeff Michael (Saint Louis University)
"The Ambient Optic Array; Ecological Optics, Information and Situated Observers"
Room 142 in Adorjan Hall

Chris Givan (Westminister College, Mo.)
"Why Genetic Free-Markets Will Not Be Fair to Individuals Disabled"
Room 142 in McGannon Hall

3:30 p.m.: Ben Conover (Saint Louis University)
"Cats, Glass, and Opium: A Critique of Casual Powers"
Room 142 in Adorjan Hall

Christopher Vanden Berg (York, Canada)
"Abolishing the Pseudoconcrete: Karel Kosik and the Philosophy within Marx"
Room 142 in McGannon Hall

5 p.m.: Professor John Bengson (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
"Should Friends of Intuitions Be Worried about Experimental Philosophy (X-Phi)?"
Pere Marquette Gallery in DuBourg Hall