PhD Students Jake Quilty-Dunn & Denise Vigani to Present at Columbia-NYU Grad Conference w/Ted Sider April 5

PhD Students Jake Quilty-Dunn & Denise Vigani to Present at Columbia-NYU Grad Conference w/Ted Sider April 5

The 14th Annual Columbia-NYU Graduate Conference in Philosophy

~ Saturday April 5th, 2014 ~

Keynote Speaker

Ted Sider
Frederick J. Whiton Professor, Cornell University:

“Nothing Over and Above”

Graduate Student Presentations

Eugene Chislenko, UC Berkeley: “Akratic Action Under the Guise of the Good” (9:45am)
Alex Kaiserman, Oxford: “Normative Causation” (11:05am)
Denise Vigani, CUNY: “Individuating the Virtues” (12:25pm)
Ryan Doody, MIT: “Why The Sunk-Cost ‘Fallacy’ is not a Fallacy” (2:15pm)
Jake Quilty-Dunn, CUNY: “Phenomenal Contrast and Perceptual Belief” (4:00pm)

9:00—3:30pm 501 Schermerhorn Hall (Columbia Campus)
3:30—7:00pm 405 Milbank (Barnard Campus)

Complimentary breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided

Please email questions to:
columbianyu.philgradconference@gmail.com
Or check: http://philevents.org/event/show/12650 https://www.facebook.com/CUNYU2014
for further details

Special thanks to the Columbia and NYU Philosophy Departments, Columbia GSAC, and the New York Institute of Philosophy

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