Presentations

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Presentations (* = refereed; # = invited)

“Against Duty to Love”

  • *2018 APA Pacific Division, Colloquium Session (accepted)

“What is a Relational Virtue?”

  • *2018 APA Eastern Division, Poster Session (accepted)
  • *2017 UIUC Graduate Philosophy Conference
  • 2017 Work in Progress (WIP) Seminar, Duke University

“Filial Piety as a Relational Virtue”

  • 2017 Work in Progress (WIP) Seminar, Duke University

“Solving the Puzzle of Partiality”

  • *2016 Florida Philosophical Association

“Ethical Demandingness and Partiality”

  • 2016 Work in Progress (WIP) Seminar, Duke University

“Friendship and Epistemic Partiality”

  • #2017 The Center for Comparative Philosophy, Workshop Series
  • *2016 APA Central Division, Colloquium Session
  • *2016 North Carolina Philosophical Society
  • *2015 Illinois Philosophical Association

“Virtue, Virtuous Activity, and Moral Self-Indulgence”

  • *2015 South Carolina Society for Philosophy
  • *2015 Jubilee Center Annual Conference: Varieties of Virtue Ethics, Oxford
  • #2015 The Humility Workshop, Duke University

“Trustfulness as a Risky Virtue”

  • *2015 Korean Philosophical Association (KPA), Seoul
  • 2015 Work in Progress (WIP) Seminar, Duke University
  • *2014 Pittsburgh Area Philosophy Colloquium
  • *2014 Indiana Philosophical Association
  • *2014 Northern Graduate Philosophy Conference

“The Virtue of Modesty and Self-Evaluation”

  • *2013 Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society & The Mind Association, Postgraduate Session
  • *2013 Understanding Value Conference
  • #2013 MADLAB Talk, The Kenan Institute for Ethics, Duke University
  • *2014 North Carolina Philosophical Society
  • *2014 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Moral Psychology
  • 2014 Moral Psychology Research Group, Duke University

“Three Conditions for Modesty”

  • 2012 The Ockham Society, Oxford University

“Knowing the Value of Oneself and Virtue”

  • 2012 The Ockham Society, Oxford University

“The Value-Realization Theory of Well-Being”

  • 2012 The Ockham Society, Oxford University

“Virtue Ethics and Egoism”

  • 2011 The Ockham Society, Oxford University

“What Does it Take to Be Virtuous?”

  • *2008 XXII World Congress of Philosophy, Seoul

 

Comments

  • Sukaina Hirji (Virginia Tech), “Aristotle on the Connection Between Virtue and Happiness” 2016 CCP & GAI Joint Workshop, Duke University
  • Caleb Perl (USC), “Consequentialism in Reflective Equilibrium” 2016 Eastern APA
  • Teresa Britton (Eastern Illinois U), “Apology and Empathy” 2015 Illinois PA
  • Max G. Parish (U of Oklahoma), “Neo-Aristotelian Ethical Naturalism and the Normativity Objection” 2014 Indiana PA
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