Favaretto, Martina. “Kant’s Notion of Rational Desire” APA Central Division, February 2021.
Favaretto, Martina. “Conscience, Practical Deliberation and Moral Judgment in Fichte’s Ethics,” APA Pacific Division, March-April 2021.
Kawamleh, Suzanne. “The (Climate) Data Revolution: How Machine Learning Methods Impact Climate Model Uncertainty Assessment,” PSX6: Philosophy of Scientific Experimentation 6, 2021.
Kawamleh, Suzanne. “In Models We Trust: Climate Models and Their Evaluation,” Philosophy Colloquium Series, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso IN, November 2021.
Shephard, Paul. "Echo Chambers and the Helping Hand of Trust," APA Central online (Spring 2021).
Anwarzai, Z., Ruck, L., Putt, S. S. J., Schoenemann, P. T. A naturalistic fMRI investigation into the possible co-evolution of language and technology. Cognitive Science Society, Annual Meetings, Toronto, Canada. (August 2020)
Ruck, L., Putt, S.J., Anwarzai, Z., Schoenemann, P.T. Investigating language-relevant brain activation for Paleolithic toolmaking via functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Annual Meeting of the Paleoanthropology Society, Los Angeles, California, United States. (April 2020)
Buchinski, Alexander. “Kant’s Indirect Proof of the Transcendental Ideality of Appearances” Freie Universität Berlin Kolloquium Geschichte der Philosophie July 7, 2020
“Kant’s Indirect Proof of Transcendental Idealism,” Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Forschungskolloquium für Klassiche Deutsche Philosophie, May 7, 2020.
Favaretto, Martina. “Imminence, Necessity and Reasonable Alternatives” Indiana Philosophical Association Fall Workshop, November 2020
Haaksma, Katrina. “Ameliorating Our Concepts of Sexuality: Considerations” | Social Ontology 2020, the 12th biennial Collective Intentionality Conference, University of Neuchâtel (online conference) | July 13-25, 2020
Haaksma, Katrina. “You’re Right About What You’re Into, You’re Wrong About What You Are” | The Public Impact of Denying Expertise: Boston University Graduate Student Conference | April 6, 2020 & Analytic/Continental What? Dissolving the Philosophical Divide, 23rd annual CUNY Graduate Philosophy Conference (cancelled due to COVID) | April 4, 2020.
Kawamleh, Suzanne. “Can Machines Learn Convection? The epistemic implications of machine-learning parameterizations in climate science,” Data Science in Climate and Climate Impact Research: Conceptual Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities, ETH Zurich Switzerland, August 2020.
Murphy, Sean. “Appraising the Acquired Character Anew,” North American Division of the Schopenhauer Society, APA Central Division Meeting, Chicago, IL, Feb. 2020.
Pearlman, Savannah. Invited paper, “Why You Ought to Defer: Epistemic Deference, Actional Deference, and Marginalized Identity,” co-authored with Elizabeth Williams Stanford Ethics Center Junior Scholars Workshop (Canceled Due to COVID-19) September 2020.
Pearlman, Savannah. A pedagogical method on developing anti-racist learning activities and assignments. Our group (which included Valerie Williams, Sharon Mason, Barbara Fultner, and Yvette Pearson) developed an assignment for centering non-western philosophers, philosophies, and lived experience. American Association of Philosophy Teachers Workshop, July 2020
Pearlman, Savannah and Elizabeth Williams. “Why You Ought to Defer: Epistemic Deference, Actional Deference, and Marginalized Identity,” Athena In Action Workshop, June 2020.
Shephard, Paul. APA Pacific in Vancouver (Spring 2019) - "Trust, Accountability, and Fake News"
Taskin, Ferhat. “A solution to the debate between Avicenna and al-Ghazali on divine Freedom, ”Middle East Studies Association 54th Annual Meeting, October 2020.
Ruck, L., Putt, S. S. J., Anwarzai, Z., Holden, C. G., Schoenemann, P. T., Schick, K., & Toth, N. Evolutionary perspectives on handedness and hemispheric specialization in the brain. Theoretical Archaeology Group 41st Meetings, London, UK. (December 2019)
Ruck, L., Putt, S. S. J., Anwarzai, Z., Schoenemann, P. T. Cognitive bases of stone tool making: A naturalistic fMRI investigation. Protolang 6, Lisbon, Portugal. (September 2019)
Holden, C., Schoenemann, P. T., Anwarzai, Z., Taglialatela, J. Ape language comprehension: Investigating syntax processing in bonobos (Pan paniscus). Protolang 6, Lisbon, Portugal. (September 2019)
Anwarzai, Z., Putt, S. S. J., Ruck, L., Chung-Lin Y., Schoenemann, P. T. The Role of Broca’s Area in Stone Tool Making Action Perception. American Association of Physical Anthropology 89th Annual Meetings, Cleveland, Ohio, United States. (March 2019)
Buchinski, Alexander. “A Defense of the Conceptual Approach to Transcendental Idealism Against Paul Guyer” 13th International Kant Congress, University of Oslo, August 7, 2019.
Haaksma, Katrina. “Gender & Context-Dependence: an argument for Haslanger’s ameliorative project” | Indiana Philosophical Association fall workshop | November 9, 2019
Haaksma, Katrina. “Identity, Justice, & Social Constructionism: A realist, externalist approach to transracialism” | Social Ontology 2019, the 6th biennial ENSO conference, University of Tampere | August 22-24, 2019
Kawamleh, Suzanne. “Interpreting Multi-Model Agreement for Uncertainty Interpretation,” American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 2019.
Pearlman, Savannah and Elizabeth Williams. “Moral Deference and Identity-Based Moral Harms” on a panel for Deference on Moral Testimony. American Philosophical Association Pacific Divisional Meeting, April 2019.
Pearlman, Savannah. “Creating Inclusive Spaces: Flipping the Logic Classroom” in a session directed by Minorities and Philosophy (MAP). American Philosophical Association Pacific Divisional Meeting, April 2019.
Pearlman, Savannah. “An Epistemic Injustice Critique of Austin’s Ordinary Language Epistemology” 2019 Central American Philosophical Association Divisional Meeting, February 2019.
Stroh, Kyle. “Reevaluating Street’s Evolutionary Account and its Implications for Metaethics.” APA Pacific Division, University of British Columbia, Apr. 2019.
Buchinski, Alexander. “A Defense of the Conceptual Approach to Transcendental Idealism Against Paul Guyer” Indiana Phil. Assoc. Fall Meeting, Indiana University, Bloomington, Nov. 17, 2018.
Murphy, Sean. “Schopenhauer’s Causal Account of Acting for a Reason,” Indiana Philosophical Association, Bloomington, IN, Nov. 2018.
Murphy, Sean. “Susan Sontag’s Realist Metaethics of Suffering,” Lost Voices at the Foundation of Ethics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA August 2018
Murphy, Sean. “Schopenhauer’s Criticisms of Kant’s Formulas of Humanity and Autonomy,” APA Central Division Meeting, Chicago, IL, February 2018
Stroh, Kyle. “The Role of Individualist Values in Morality.” Indiana Philosophical Association, Indiana University, Nov. 2018.
Averitt, Autumn. "Zombies from the PIT: Why phenomenal intentionality doesn't ground pure representational properties,” University of Western Ontario PhilMiLCog Graduate Conference, June 2017.
Haaksma, Katrina. “Identity, Justice, & Resistant Epistemologies: Epistemic Injustice in Defenses of Transracialism,” 11th Annual Western Michigan University Grad Student Philosophy Conference, December 9, 2017.
Murphy, Sean. “Reading, Motivation, and Cognitive Value,” American Society for Aesthetics, Rocky Mountain Division, Santa Fe, NM, July 2017
Kiymaz, Tufan. “Factual Knowledge and the Ability Hypothesis,” American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, January 2017.
Murphy, Sean. “Immediacy, Identity, and Somaticity: A First Pass at the Nature and Structure of Compassionate Experience in Schopenhauer,” North American Division of the Schopenhauer Society, APA Central Division Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 2016
Stroh, Kyle. “Levinas’ Conception of Speech and How it Founds Our Relation to the Human Other.” Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences, Utah Valley University, Oct. 2016.
Stroh, Kyle. “Reinterpreting the Interrelation of Heidegger’s ‘Being’ and ‘Nothing’." Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences, Emory University, Oct. 2015.