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Author Archives: David Reidy
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Fourth Annual Tennessee Value and Agency (TVA) Conference
September 4-5, 2015 // The University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Theme: Knowledge and Agency
Candace Vogler (David B. and Clara E. Stern Professor of Philosophy, University of
John Schwenkler (Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Florida State University)
Abstracts (of 2-3 double-spaced pages, prepared for blind review) due by May 15, 2015 by e-mail to EJ Coffman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Much important and influential recent work in analytic philosophy lies at the intersection of epistemology, ethics, and philosophy of action and explores some or other of the following broad questions:
– Are action-theoretic concepts central to the nature of knowledge?
– What must you know in order to act (rationally, intentionally, freely, accountably)?
– How can you know about what you do (rationally, intentionally, freely, accountably)?
Abstracts that engage these and allied questions concerning the relationships among knowledge and agency will be considered for the 2015 TVA Conference. Sessions will be 75 minutes long, with roughly 40 minutes for the presentation and 35 minutes for group discussion.
We aim to notify authors of selected abstracts by June 1, 2015. If your abstract is selected and childcare duties render your attendance difficult, conference organizers will try to find a way for your childcare needs to be met.
The TVA conference (http://web.utk.edu/~philosop/TVA/conference.html) is an annual event aimed at encouraging philosophical conversation about topics pursued by established research clusters at The University of Tennessee Department of Philosophy.
3rd Annual Tennessee Value and Agency Conference Reason and Sentiment in the Moral Life November 7 & 8, 2014 1210 McClung Tower, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
Amelie Rorty, Professor, Tufts.
Keynote address: The Ethics of Collaborative Ambivalence.
Tal Brewer, Professor, UVA.
Keynote address: The Miseducation of the Sentiments.
Marta Jimenez, Assistant Professor, Emory.
Colloquium Paper: Aristotle on Pseudo-Courage.
2014 Tennessee Value and Agency “TVA” Conference
November 6-9, 2014
Practical Reason, Moral Judgment and Moral Sense, Sensibility, and Sentiment in the Moral Life
Call For Abstracts
The 2014 Tennessee Value and Agency “TVA” Conference will take place November 6-9, 2014, on the University of Tennessee Campus, 1210 McClung Tower. The conference will focus on (rethinking) the relationships between practical reason, moral judgment and moral sense, sensibility and sentiment in the moral life, with an eye toward bringing structure and clarity to the aims and ambitions of current work in moral psychology and moral theory. Keynote speakers will be Amelie Rorty (Tufts) and Talbot Brewer (UVA). To have a paper considered for presentation, please submit a 500 word abstract (for a paper no longer than 40 minutes presentation time; if you plan to read your paper this means a paper no more than 4000 words) by July 1, 2014, to email@example.com. The authors of abstracts/papers selected for presentation will be notified by August 15, 2014, and the conference program will be set and announced by September 1, 2014. Please direct questions (but not abstracts) to David Reidy, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Edited by and with contributions from, among others, Jon Mandle (Albany) and David Reidy (Tennessee).
Edited by Cindy Holder (U. Victoria, Canada) and David Reidy (U. Tennessee)
Second Annual Tennessee Value and Agency Conference
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
For information: EJ Coffman, email@example.com
Friday, November 15, 2013 – Sunday, November 17, 2013
1.45-2: Welcome (1210 McClung Tower)
2-2.50: Garrett Pendergraft (Pepperdine University), “Against the Incompatibilist Requirement”
3-3.50: Justin Capes (East Tennessee State University), “Incompatibilism and the Transfer of Non-Responsibility”
4-4.50: Mirja Perez de Calleja (Florida State University), “Cross-World Luck at the Time of Decision Is a Problem for Compatibilists as Well”
5-6.30: Keynote #1 — Michael McKenna (Keith Lehrer Chair of Philosophy, University of Arizona)
6.30-7: Reception (1210 McClung Tower)