Rocky Mountain Ethics Conference (RoME) 2021
University of Colorado-Boulder, August 12-15, 2021
I'll be commenting (virtually) on "Contingency, Sociality, and Moral Progress" by Olof Leffler.
The handout/screenshare for my comments is available here.
From September 17-19, I'll be attending the Madison Metaethics Workshop to participate in person as a session chair. Hope to to see some of you there!
A bit closer to home, I'll be giving an NYU Philosophy Department "lunch talk" (sans lunch) on December 3, 2021 on epistemic blame and epistemic instrumentalism.
I'll also be at the Eastern APA this year (January 5-8, 2022) in Baltimore, MD, commenting on a symposium paper, "Normative Inference Tickets," by Jennifer Foster.
And I'll be at the Central APA in Chicago (February 23-26, 2022) commenting on a colloquium paper, "Against Capacity Views of Action and Control" by Malte Hendrickx.
And I'll be at the Pacific APA in Vancouver (April 13-16, 2022) commenting on the colloquium paper "A Standing Asymmetry Between Blame and Forgiveness" by Kyle Fritz and Daniel Miller.
PREVIOUS TALKS & COMMENTS
COMMENTS ON MILES TUCKER'S "A QUIET MORAL ONTOLOGY"
Eastern APA Conference (held virtually)
January 4-7, 2021
The handout is available here
PARTICIPANT IN "DEBATING EVOLUTION & ETHICS: DOES EVOLUTION UNDERMINE MIND-INDEPENDENT MORALITY?"
University of Delaware
Newark, DE, March 5, 2020
COMMENTS ON LUKE KALLBERG'S "THIRD FACTOR DEFENSES OF MORAL KNOWLEDGE"
Central APA, Colloquium: Debunking in Epistemology
Chicago, IL, February 26-29, 2020
The handout is available here
"COULD OUR EPISTEMIC REASONS BE COLLECTIVE PRACTICAL REASONS?
New York, NY
October 23, 2019
You can download the handout here
"COULD EPISTEMIC REASONS BE COLLECTIVE PRACTICAL REASONS?"
University of Southampton, U.K.
June 19-21, 2019
"WHAT DO LISA, HER COLLEGE'S CHESS CLUB, AND NATO HAVE IN COMMON? RETHINKING WHAT IT TAKES TO BE AN AGENT"
2019 Meeting of the Canadian Society for the Study of Practical Ethics
The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, June 1-3
"ALL DAY, EVERY DAY"
Le Moyne College, Syracuse, NY, May 25
COMMENTS ON ROBERT GRUBER'S "HARMLESS TORTURERS, ACCUMULATION CASES, AND A SOLUTION TO THE MISMATCH PROBLEM"
Eastern APA, Colloquium: Ethics of Collectives
New York, NY, January 7-10, 2019
"GROUP AGENCY MEETS META-ETHICS:
HOW TO CRAFT A MORE COMPELLING FORM OF NORMATIVE RELATIVISM"
13th Annual Madison Metaethics Workshop
University of Wisconsin-Madison, September 28-30, 2018
"WHAT DO LISA, HER COLLEGE'S TANGO CLUB, AND THE US MARINE CORPS HAVE IN COMMON? RETHINKING WHAT IT TAKES TO BE AN AGENT"
Social Ontology 2018
August 22-25 at Tufts University
Sponsored by the International Social Ontology Society
"HOW TO AVOID THREE PROBLEMS FOR MORAL RELATIVISM: ATTRIBUTE REASONS TO SOCIETIES AS WELL AS PERSONS!"
CEPPA Graduate Conference (Centre for Ethics, Philosophy and Public Affairs)
University of St. Andrews, U.K.
February 17-18, 2018
"FROM NORMATIVE DISAGREEMENT TO NORMATIVE ANTIREALISM?"
2017 Harvard-MIT Graduate Conference in Philosophy
April 8, 2017 at Harvard University
"ETHICS, EXPLANATION AND ATTITUDE-DEPENDENCE"
2017 Great Lakes Philosophy Conference: Ethical Intersections
March 24-26, 2017 in Adrian, Michigan
By cooperation of Adrian College and Siena Heights University
"BAD BOOTSTRAPPING: THE PROBLEM WITH THIRD-FACTOR RESPONSES TO RELIABILITY CHALLENGES FOR MORAL REALISM"
2017 University of Oklahoma Graduate Philosophy Conference
February 25, 2017
"FROM MORAL DISAGREEMENT TO MORAL ANTIREALISM?"
Institut Jean Nicod, Paris, France
As Part of "Doc'in Nicod," a PhD & Postdoctoral Work-in-Progress Seminar
November 25, 2016