12th Annual Louisiana State Philosophy Conference

12th Annual Louisiana State Philosophy Conference - April 19 and April 20  The keynote speaker, David Phillips, from the University of Houston is presenting “Best of Sidgwick and Ross” at 4:30 on the 19th at the French House.   On the right margin: The presentation schedule for April 20th at the French House 9:00 am – Jared Oliphint on “Naturalism and Abstract Objects: A Proposal” 10:00 am – Tyler Loveless on “Love as Grounds for Living Authentically” 11:00 am – Marcus Hunt on “Why is the Teleological Argument so Popular?” 1:00 pm – Montaque Reynolds on “Basically, You are Justified: A Knowledge First Account of Religious Belief”  2:00 pm – M. Riley on “Coming Out for the World to See: Sexuality and Gender in Heidegger’s Being and Time” 3:00 pm – Eric Sievers on “Legal Narrative and Domestic Violence”  4:00 pm – Holly Maxwell on “Are there benefits to benefits?” 5:00 pm – Jason Hanschmann on “Desert Landscapes and Criteria of Identity”   More information available at: http://sites.google.com/view/lsuphilconference/home

 

Join us for the 12th Annual Louisiana State Philosophy Conference on April 19 and April 20 being hosted by the LSU Ethics Institute and the Department of Philosophy.

Presentation Schedule 

The keynote speaker, David Phillips, from the University of Houston is presenting “Best of Sidgwick and Ross” at 4:30 on the 19th at the French House.
 
April 20th at the French House:
9:00 am – Jared Oliphint on “Naturalism and Abstract Objects: A Proposal”
10:00 am – Tyler Loveless on “Love as Grounds for Living Authentically”
11:00 am – Marcus Hunt on “Why is the Teleological Argument so Popular?”
1:00 pm – Montaque Reynolds on “Basically, You are Justified: A Knowledge First Account of Religious Belief”
2:00 pm – M. Riley on “Coming Out for the World to See: Sexuality and Gender in Heidegger’s Being and Time”
3:00 pm – Eric Sievers on “Legal Narrative and Domestic Violence”
4:00 pm – Holly Maxwell on “Are there benefits to benefits?”
5:00 pm – Jason Hanschmann on “Desert Landscapes and Criteria of Identity”