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Philosophy TV Managing Editors

David Killoren (Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry, Australian Catholic University)
contact: david.killoren@acu.edu.au

Jonathan Lang (Wisconsin Institute for Sleep and Consciousness, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
contact: jonathanlang@wisc.edu

 

OUPC: Matthew Hernandez and Nick Nash

Matthew Hernandez, an undergraduate student at Portland State University, discusses his paper “A Humean Theory of Vagueness” with Nick Nash (Western University).

This session is part of the 2nd Annual Online Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. To view other sessions, go here.

OUPC: Alexander Fred and Carl Sachs

Alexander Fred, an undergraduate student at the University of Dayton, discusses his paper “On the Inescapable Meaninglessness of the Being-for-Itself” with Carl Sachs (Georgetown University).

This session is part of the 2nd Annual Online Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. To view other sessions, go here.

OUPC: Matthew Margulis and Eric Brown

Matthew Margulis, an undergraduate student at University of California-Santa Cruz, discusses his paper “On Quine’s Skeptical Philosophy: Its Ancient Roots and Constancy” with Eric Brown (Washington University-Saint Louis).

This session is part of the 2nd Annual Online Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. To view other sessions, go here.

OUPC: Helen Zhao and Rosemary Twomey

Helen Zhao, an undergraduate student at Johns Hopkins University, discusses her paper “On the Knowledge of Primary Substances” with Rosemary Twomey.

This session is part of the 2nd Annual Online Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. To view other sessions, go here.

OUPC: Liz Jackson and David Killoren

Liz Jackson, a very recent graduate of Kansas State University, discusses her paper “Beliefs and Blameworthiness” with David Killoren.

This session is part of the 2nd Annual Online Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. To view other sessions, go here.

OUPC: Sarah Horton and Clifford Sosis

Sarah Horton, an undergraduate student at Grove City College, discusses her paper “Is There Meaning that Does Not Derive from the Self Alone? A Consideration of Sartre’s Philosophy” with Clifford Sosis.

This session is part of the 2nd Annual Online Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. To view other sessions, go here.

OUPC: Kylie Musolf and Quitterie Gounot

Kylie Musolf, an undergraduate student at American University, discusses her paper “Narrative as Coping: Rhetorical Questions” with Quitterie Gounot.

This session is part of the 2nd Annual Online Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. To view other sessions, go here.

OUPC: Lilian Gonzalez and Nils Rauhut

Lilian Gonzalez, an undergraduate student at Eckerd College, discusses her paper “Plato and Schiller on Aesthetic Education and Moral Development” with Nils Rauhut.

This session is part of the 2nd Annual Online Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. To view other sessions, go here.

OUPC: Kirk Raikes and Todd May

Kirk Raikes, a recent graduate of Fort Lewis College, discusses his paper “Foucault’s Truth and Power: A Truth Function and the Individual” with Todd May.

This session is part of the 2nd Annual Online Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. To view other sessions, go here.

OUPC: Nick McKinney and Chris Nagel

Nick McKinney, an undergraduate student at Coastal Carolina University, discusses his paper “The Photographer as Bergsonian Philosopher” [link to appear] with Chris Nagel.

This session is part of the 2nd Annual Online Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. To view other sessions, go here.