Wisconsin Philosophical Association
Annual Meeting
April 5, 2008
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Curtin Hall
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Undergraduate Sessions
Curtin Hall 119
Faculty/Graduate Student Sessions
Curtin Hall 109
Faculty/Graduate Student Sessions
Curtin Hall 175
9:00-9:44 a.m.
Coffee and Conversation
9:45 a.m.

Charissa Schultz
Wisconsin Lutheran College

"The Ground of Friendship in Aristotle and Augustine"

Chair: Isaac Wagner,

Benjamin Sachs
National Institute of Health

"Can Consequentialization Advance the Cause of Consequentialism?"

Chair: David Gilboa,

Marshall Willman
University of Iowa

"Mood, Force, and the Role of Grammar in Comparative Philosophy"

Chair: Jonathan Hunter, UW-Milwaukee

10:45 a.m.

Alexander Leipins
Wisconsin Lutheran College

"The Authenticity of Anguish and Sartre's Nausea"

Chair: Mark Arciega, UW-Milwaukee

Timothy Dunn
University of Wisconsin-Waukesha

"Clifford on the Ethics of Belief"

Chair: James Bondarchuk, UW-Milwaukee

Robert Leib
Kent State University
"Preparation for an Inquiry into Aesthetic Virtue: Virtue Epistemology and the Debate Concerning Aesthetic Cognitivism"

Chair: Will Reckner, UW-Milwaukee

11:45 p.m.
Business Meeting
11:46-1:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.

Cassondra Puls
Wayland Academy

"Aristotle on World, Mind, and Word"

Chair: William Bristow, UW-Milwaukee

James Conlon
Mt. Mary College

"Travel as an Ethical Good"

Chair: Benjamin Yelle,

Shazad Akhtar
Marquette University

"Beyond Belief? A Short Defense of the Viability of the Pyrrhonian Program"

Chair: Larry Herzberg, UW-Oshkosh

2:00 p.m.

John McGuire
St. Norbert College
"Berkeley and Hume on Ideas, Matter, and the Mind"

Chair: Margaret Atherton,

Jeremy Kirby
Albion College

"Why Aristotle is Not a Thomist"

Chair: Jason Nicholson, Wayland Academy

Matthew Drabek
University of Iowa

"Answering the Distributive Question About Conscious Pain Experience"

Chair: Stephen Leeds, UW-Milwaukee

3:00 p.m.
Hannah Schmiege
Wisconsin Lutheran College

"Politics, Nuclear Technology, and Human Nature in Hannah Arendt's Introduction into Politics"
Nathan Poole-McCullough
Kent State University
"Pluralistic Plato"

Christopher Ward
Marquette University
"A Semantics of Universal and Particular Moral Prescriptive Statements"

Chair: Aaron Vlasak, UW-Oshkosh

4:00 p.m.


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