Philosophy Department URC

Thursday, April 25, 2019
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Hamilton Smith Hall Room 240
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Myers, Mary Beth

The Philosophy Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) is a mosaic of concise and meaningful student presentations, including philosophical topics such as applied ethics, language theory, and social justice. Standard presentations last fifteen minutes and are followed by a brief question-and-answer period. All are welcome and sincerely encouraged to attend. Stay for all or part of the conference. 

2019 Philosophy URC Presentation Schedule

Session 1: 4:00 PM
Chris Manseau, “On Sarah Paul's Theory of Self Knowledge” 
Clio Walsh, “The Act of Essentializing” 

Dinner Break 4:50 PM (Enjoy your meal during Session 2.)

Session 2: 5:10 PM
Jenn Gallagher, “Ecofeminism and Animal Ethics” 
Christopher Foster, “Planned Obsolescence: Over Damping Progress” 

Dessert Break 6:00 PM (Enjoy your dessert during Session 3.)

Session 3: 6:10 PM 
Dylan Wheeler, “Artificial Intelligence and Generating Fake Media” 
Greg Kula, “Artificial Intelligence: Morality and Personhood” 

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