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.

OUPC: Norah Hannel and Jesse Prinz

Norah Hannel, an undergraduate student at Connecticut College, discusses her paper “A Minimalist Theory of Emotional Valence: A Response to Jesse Prinz” with Jesse Prinz.

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

2nd Annual Online Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

The Jackson Family Center for Ethics & Values at Coastal Carolina University, the Philosophy Department at University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, and Philosophy TV are proud to present an online undergraduate conference on the theme of meaning (broadly construed).

Each session in the conference will be a video-recorded conversation between an undergraduate author and a commentator. (In […]

OUPC: Chris Crogan and Pete Mandik

Chris Crogan, an undergraduate student at UMass-Dartmouth, discusses his paper “Minds, Brains, and Contents” with Pete Mandik.

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