|3:00-4:00||Registration and Welcome Reception|
|4:00-4:15||Welcoming remarks--Heather Johnson, MSU Graduate
Student in Philosophy
|4:15-5:15||Talk 1† "Rethinking Plato's Conception of Knowledge:
the Non-Philosopher and the Forms" by Michael Beltz
& Joel Martinez
|5:30-6:30||Talk 2 "What is Wittgenstein's Rule Following?"
by Akinori Hayashi
|7:00||Informal dinner at Professor Steven Esquith's home
(Directions will be provided at the conference)
|7:30-8:30||Registration and Continental Breakfast
|8:30-9:30||Talk 3 "Moral Luck, Kant and Neo-Kantians"
by Nafsika Athanassoulis
|9:45-10:45||Talk 4 "Kant, Race and Reason" by Matthew Hachee|
|11:00-12:00||Talk 5 "In Defense of the Moral Autonomy of States"
by Steven Patterson
|12:00-2:00||Lunch (participants are on their own)|
|2:00-3:00||Talk 6 "On Chalmers' Argument against the Empirical
Possibility of Qualia Inversion" by Kalevi Lehto
|3:15-4:15||Talk 7 "Levels and Scientific Explanation"
by Bill Seeley
|5:00-6:30||Keynote Address: "Mental Causation and Consciousness:
The Two Mind-Body Problems for the Physicalists"
by Jaegwon Kim, William Herbert Perry Faunce
Professor of Philosophy at Brown University.
(Location: the Kellogg Center)
|6:45-9:00||Dinner at Kellogg Center|
|9:30||Party/Reception at Kellogg|
|9:00-10:00||Talk 8 "How to reduce Contrastive Explanations" by
|10:15-11:15||Talk 9 "The Neighborhood Where WOMEN OF
COLOR Live" by Allison Wolf
|11:15-11:45||Break and refreshments
|11:45-12:45||Talk 10 "Mills on Practical and Epistemic Justification"
by Daniel Mittag