10th Annual Rocky Mountain Philosophy Conference
Schedule of Talks

Friday, April 4

5 p.m. Prof. Philip Pettit will give the keynote address, titled, “Freedom and Probability” in Humanities room 150. A small reception will follow the address in the Humanities Living Room.

Saturday, April 5

We will have a light breakfast at 9 a.m. in the Humanities Living room, followed by our twelve graduate presenters and CU commentators:

Humanities 125
10:00-11:00 Internal Reasons, External Reasons - Ivan Ivanov, Northwestern University (Dan Demetriou commenting)
11:10-12:10 Locke’s Temporal-Spatial Theory of Personal Identity - Nate Rockwood, University of Utah (Chad Vance commenting)
12:20-1:20 Contractualism and Thick Moral Concepts - Alison Peterman, Northwestern University (Jason Wyckoff commenting)
1:20-2:30 Lunch
2:30-3:30 Nonsense - James Shaw, Harvard University (Tyler Hildebrand commenting)
3:40-4:40 Love is (Sometimes) All You Need:  Committment and Motivation in Gauthier's Morals by Agreement - Eli Weber, Colorado State University (Gustavo Oliveira commenting)
4:50-5:50 Gloppy Trope Bundles - Dan Giberman, Stanford University (Mary Krizan commenting)

Humanities 190
10:00-11:00 Arrow’s Theorem and the Defense of Democracy - Matt Waldschlagel, University of Kansas (Kendy Hess commenting)
11:10-12:10 Theoretical Virtues and the Repeated Game of Science - Conor Mayo-Wilson, Carnegie Mellon University (Mike Zerella commenting)
12:20-1:20 Disagreeing About Modal Disagreement: A Partial Defense of the Contextualist Treatment of Epistemic Modals - James Lee, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (Christian Lee commenting)
1:20-2:30 Lunch
2:30-3:30 Law as Integrity and Wicked Law - Candice Delmas, Boston University (David Barnes commenting)
3:40-4:40 Objectivity, Subjectivity, and the Epistemic Critique of Consequentialism - Ian Blaustein, Boston University (Jennifer Kling commenting)
4:50-5:50 A Defense of Agent-Centered Restrictions - Alex Sinha, University of Toronto (Shane Gronholz commenting)
6:30 Party at Mike Z's house!