October 12, 2014, ACPA, Washington, DC. Panel with Theodore Vitali (Saint Louis University), Joseph Godfrey (Saint Joseph's University), and Daniel Dombrowski (Seattle University) on "The Nature and Goals of Philosophy Education at Jesuit Schools." (9:00 - 11:00 AM, Hyatt Regency Washington, Thornton Room A). The minutes from this meeting are available for download or viewing, here:

December 28, 2013, APA, Eastern Division, Baltimore, MD. Mark Murphy, Georgetown University, "Theistic Explanation in Natural and Moral Philosophy: A Discussion" (6:00 - 8:00 PM, Marriott Baltimore Waterfront Hotel, Room TBA). The discussion-opener paper is available for download or viewing, here:

November 1, 2013, ACPA, Indianapolis, IN. Joseph Godfrey, Saint Joseph's University, "Thinking about Trust: A Discussion" (1:00 - 3:00 PM, Indianapolis City Centre Hotel, Circle East Room). The discussion-opener paper is available for download or viewing, here:

December 29, 2012, APA, Eastern Division, Marriott Atlanta Marquis, Atlanta, GA. David Gandolfo, Furman University, "Economic Ethics: Inserting Reasoned Discourse into the National Dialogue: A Discussion" (7:00 - 9:00 PM, Marriott Atlanta Marquis Hotel, room TBA). The discussion-opener paper is available for download or viewing, here:

November 3, 2012, ACPA, Marina Del Rey, Los Angeles, CA. Jason Baehr, Loyola Marymount University, "Why the Aim of Education Should Be the Formation of (Intellectual) Character: A Discussion" (1:00 - 3:00 PM, Marina del Rey Marriott Hotel, Peninsula Room). The discussion-opener paper is available for download or viewing, here:

December 28, 2011, Eastern APA, Washington, DC. Karen Stohr, "Moral Imperfection: A Discussion" (5:15 - 7:15 PM), Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, room TBA). The discussion-opener paper is available for download or viewing, here:

October 28, 2011, ACPA, St. Louis, MO. John Kavanaugh, "Are There Some Human Beings Who Are Not Persons? A Looming Controversy in Medical Ethics: A Discussion" (3:30 - 5:30 PM, Westminster Room, Chase Park Plaza Hotel). The discussion-opener paper is available for download or viewing, here:

December 29, 2010, APA-Eastern Division, Boston, MA. Eleonore Stump, "Orthodoxy and Heresy: A Discussion" (11:15 - 1:15 PM Marriott and Westin Copley Place; room available at registration). The discussion-opener paper is available for download or viewing, here:

November 5, 2010, ACPA, Baltimore, MD. James Boettcher, "Immigration, Citizenship, and Justice: A Discussion" (3:00 - 5:00 PM, Tuscan Room, Doubletree Inn at the Colonnade). The discussion-opener paper is available for download or viewing, here:

December 28, 2009, Eastern APA, New York: John W. (Jack) Carlson, and Daniel Dombrowski, "Finding 'Common Ground': Philosophy's Role and Prospects in Disputes Over Public Policy: A Discussion" (9:00 - 11:00 AM), Marriott Marquis in Times Square, room TBA). The discussion-opener papers are available for download or viewing, here.

November 13, 2009, ACPA, New Orleans, LA. John Protevi, "Beyond Genetic Determinism and Intelligent Design: How Gilles Deleuze Helps Us: A Discussion" (4:00 - 6:00 PM, Presbytre Room, Hotel Monteleone). The discussion-opener paper is available for download or viewing, here:

December 28, 2008, Eastern APA, Philadelphia PA: Eduardo Mendieta, "From the Abolition of Politics to a Politics of Liberation: Globalizations from Below and the Cosmopolitanism of the Other: A Discussion" (11:15 AM - 1:15 PM, Philadelphia Marriott Downtown; meeting location to be received with registration). The discussion-opener paper is available for download or viewing, here:

November 1, 2008, ACPA, Omaha, NB. Elizabeth Linehan, RSM, "Reconciliation Within Academe (Being Unable to Practice What We Preach): A Discussion" (1:30 - 3:30 PM, Murray Room, Hilton Omaha). The discussion-opener paper is available for download or viewing, here:

December 28, 2007, Eastern APA, Baltimore, MD: Judith Green and Ken Stikkers, "Pragmatist Catholicisms" (6:00-8:00 PM, Marriott Hotel, James Room, Fourth Floor). The discussion-opener papers are available for download or viewing, here.

Judith Green, "Pragmatist Catholicisms"; Kenneth Stikkers, "God Works in Strange Ways, or How William James's Pragmatism Led This Philosopher into the Catholic Church"

November 9, 2007, ACPA, Milwaukee, WI: "Is there a Jesuit Philosophy?
Elizabeth Murray, "Bernard Lonergan: An Ignatian Thinker"; Andrew Tallon, "Beyond Thomism after Rousselot & Rahner." (4:00-6:00, Miller Room, Hilton Hotel). The discussion-opener papers are available for download or viewing:

December 28, 2006, Eastern APA, Washington, DC: Mark Henninger, SJ, "Tradition and Modernity in African Philosophy and Beyond" (7:30-9:30 PM, Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Virginia Suite B, Lobby Level). The discussion-opener paper is available for download or viewing:

October 27, 2006, ACPA, Granville OH: W. Norris Clarke, SJ, "The Integration of Personalism and Metaphysics in Twentieth Century Thomism" (5:00-7:00 PM, Granville Room, Granville Inn)

December 28, 2005, Eastern APA, New York NY: Vincent Colapietro, "Reverence and Responsibility: Reflections on Whitehead's Claims Regarding the Essence of Education" (7:30-9:30 PM, Hilton New York, Concourse H)

October 29, 2005, ACPA, Notre Dame IN: Daniel Hartnett SJ, "Social Epistemology and Poverty" (1:30 PM, Notre Dame University CCE)

April 28, 2005, Central APA, Chicago IL: David Ingram, "Rights, Democracy, and Fulfillment: Religious Faith and the Realization of a Realistic Utopia" (7:30 PM, Parlor A, Sixth Floor, Palmer House Hilton)

December 28, 2004, Eastern APA, Boston MA: Alexander R. Pruss, "Western Theism and Evolution" (5:15 PM, Boston Marriott Copley Place)

November 6, 2004, ACPA, Miami Beach, FL: William Rehg SJ, "Mindful Ethics and Umwelt" (1:30 PM, Wyndham Miami Beach Resort Hotel)

December 28, 2003, Eastern APA, Washington DC: Joseph J. Tanke, "Foucault's Genealogies of Spirituality" (5:15 PM, Washington Hilton and Towers)

October 31, 2003, ACPA, Houston TX: Stanley Vodraska, "Father Kolvenbach and the Orders of Charity and Justice" (4:00 PM, Warwick Hotel)

December 28, 2002, Eastern APA, Philadelphia: David Gandolfo, "The Philosophy of Ignacio Ellacuria" (5:15 PM, Room 415, Philadelphia Marriott Hotel)

November 1, 2002, ACPA, Cincinnati OH: Paul Kidder, "Contemporary Challenges for Philosophy in Jesuit Education: A Discussion" (5:00 PM, Hilton Hotel)

December 28, 2001, Eastern APA, Atlanta: Daniel Dombrowski, "Rawls and Religion: The Case for Political Liberalism: A Discussion"

December 28, 2000, Eastern APA, New York: James R. Watson, "The Question of Ethics After Auschwitz" (11:15 AM, New York Suite, New York Hilton and Towers)

November 3, 2000, ACPA, Dallas, TX: Judith Green, "Pursuing Justice as Mutual Hospitality" (4:30 PM, Bluebonnet Room, Dallas Grand Hotel)

December 28, 1999, Eastern APA, Boston, MA: James C. Swindal, "Working Off the Past: The Challenge for a Post-Cold-War Europe" (5:15 PM, Hyannis Room, Boston Marriott Copley Square)

November 5, 1999, ACPA, St. Paul, MN: John W. Carlson, "Fides et Ratio: A Discussion"; and Albert Keith Whitaker, "Comments on Fides et Ratio: What is Philosophy?"

December 28, 1998, Eastern APA, Washington, D.C.: Kevin M. Graham, "A View from Elsewhere: Philosophy Teaching and Religious Differences Within Church-Affiliated Colleges" (5:15 PM, Dupont Room, Washington Hilton)

March 27, 1998, ACPA, Pittsbugh: Mary Beth Ingham, "Formulating One's Philosophy of Life as a Learning Exercise"

December 1997, Eastern APA, Philadelphia: Arnold Farr and Julie McDonald, "Integrating Race and Gender into Philosophy Classes"