Northern Graduate Philosophy Conference


7th Annual Northern Graduate Philosophy Conference
November 8-9, 2013




Friday, November 8

Holmes Student Center, University Suite

3:30-5:30 p.m.
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Mark Schroeder (University of Southern California)
"The Price of Supervenience"




Saturday, November 9

Holmes Student Center, University Suite

9:30-10:00
Continental Breakfast

MORNING SESSION

10:00-11:00
"A Hard Problem for Schroeder's Analysis of Perceptual Knowledge"
Ryan Walsh, University of Southern California
Commentator: Jim Gulledge, Northern Illinois University

11:00-12:00
"Transparency and the Ethics of Belief"
Chris Howard, University of Arizona
Commentator: Emma Duncan, Northern Illinois University

12:00-1:00
"Just Another Epistemic Goal: The Value of Truth and the Disengaged Standpoint"
Tatyana Kostochka, University of Southern California
Commentator: Jason Farr, Northern Illinois University

Lunch

AFTERNOON SESSION

2:30-3:30
"Against Punctual Presentism"
Nathaniel Greely, California State University at Los Angeles
Commentator: Jessica Wilson, Northern Illinois University

3:30-4:30
"Does Frege Need Indirect Senses?"
Nicholas Koziolek, University of Chicago
Commentator: Teresa Allen, Northern Illinois University

Sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the Graduate School of Northern Illinois University