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all past presentations

DEC

2022

Doxastic Courage vs Epistemic Humility

Epistemic Courage Workshop (Invited)

University of British Columbia, Vancouver

JULY

2022

Comments on Shmuel Gomes’s “Moral Standing Beyond Consciousness: The Case for the Moral Standing of Insentient Entities”

Vancouver Summer Philosophy Conference

University of British Columbia, Vancouver

FEB

2022

Normative Inference Tickets (with Jonathan Ichikawa)

The American Philosophical Association, Central Division

Chicago, Illinois

JAN

2022

Normative Inference Tickets (with Jonathan Ichikawa)

UCONN Philosophy Department Colloquium Series (Invited)

University of Connecticut (Online)

JAN

2022

Normative Inference Tickets (with Jonathan Ichikawa)

The American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division

Online

JULY

2021

Are Women “Free and Equal” in Rawls’s Well-Ordered Society?

Vancouver Summer Philosophy Conference

University of British Columbia, Vancouver (Online)

APR

2021

Comments on Teresa Bruno-Niño’s “The Limits of the Pragmatic Account of Moral Categoricity”


The American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division

Online

FEB

2021

Comments on Gözde Yildirim’s “Rough Heroes Revisited”

The American Philosophical Association, Central Division

Online

JAN

2021

Comments on Bianka Takaoka’s “The Social Value of Insults”

The American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division

Online

AUG

2019

Comments on Gretchen Ellefson's “The Cooperative Principle Revisited”


Vancouver Summer Philosophy Conference

University of British Columbia, Vancouver

AUG

2019

Are Women “Free and Equal” in Rawls’s Well-Ordered Society?

Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (RoME)

University of Colorado, Boulder

JULY

2019

Busting the Ghost of Neutral Counterparts

Mid-Atlantic Philosophy of Language Workshop (MAPL)

West Virginia University, Morgantown WV

MAY

2019

Comments on Aleksy Tarasenko-Struc's "Objectification and Domination"


Bay Area Feminism and Philosophy Workshop

San Francisco, California

APR

2019

Not-At-Issue: the Normative “Flavor” of Instrumental Necessities

The American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division

Vancouver, British Columbia

FEB

2019

Comments on Dan Zeman’s “Self-Identificatory Uses of Slurs & Their Semantics”

The American Philosophical Association, Central Division

Denver, Colorado

NOV

2018

The Good, the Sad, and the Ugly: A Challenge for Aesthetic Expressivism?

SoCal Student Conference in Aesthetics (SCSCA)

University of San Diego, California

NOV

2018

Not-At-Issue: the Normative “Flavor” of Instrumental Necessities

Austin Graduate Ethics & Normativity Talks (AGENT)

University of Texas, Austin

SEPT

2018

Busting the Ghost of Neutral Counterparts

The German Society for Analytic Philosophy (GAP.10)

Cologne, Germany

SEPT

2018

Busting the Ghost of Neutral Counterparts

Cognitive Structures 2018

Heinrich Heine University, Dusseldorf, Germany

SEPT

2018

Are Women “Free and Equal” in Rawls’s Well-Ordered Society?

MANCEPT Workshop: Theories of Public Reason

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

MAR

2018

Comments on Cameron Domenico Kirk-Giannini’s “Slurs are Directives”


USC/UCLA Graduate Conference

University of Southern California, Los Angeles

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