Danielle Lee Clevenger
Koolage, W.John, and Clevenger, Danielle (forthcoming). “Undergraduate Conferences as High Impact Practices with an Impact on Gender Parity.” Teaching Philosophy, 41 (3).
- Cronin, Patrick. “Regularity Theories Disconfirmed: A Revamped Argument and a Wager” Synthese (2016), DOI:10.1007/s11229-016-1177-y.
- “Religious Belief and Surrogate Medical Decision Making,” with Christopher Meyers, Journal of Clinical Ethics (Summer 2009)
- “Kierkegaard and Binswanger on Faith’s Relation to Love: A Response to Schrjivers,” (published with a reply from Joeri Schrjivers), Syndicate (forthcoming Winter 2018).
- Semantic Dispositionalism and Non-Inferential Knowledge, forthcoming in Philosophia (published version at http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11406-014-9518-x).
- Kripke’s Account of the Rule-Following Considerations, in European Journal of Philosophy, vol. XX, 2012, pp. 366-388 (published version at http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-0378.2010.00414.x).
- Rule-Following, Ideal Conditions and Finkish Dispositions, in Philosophical Studies, vol. CLVII, 2012, pp. 195-209 (published version at http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11098-010-9632-y)
- Hyun, Alexander (forthcoming). ‘The Mystery of Atonement and Swinburne’s Reparation Theory,’ Religious Studies.
- Hyun, Alexander (2015). ‘Internalism, Ideal Advisors and the Conditional Fallacy,’ Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy, 1-7.
- Hyun, Alexander and Eric Sampson (2014). ‘On Believing the Error Theory,’ Journal of Philosophy 111 (11), 631-640.
- “The Leverage Approach for Sufficiency?”, forthcoming in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice
- When Does Dual For-Cause Removal Protection Become Unconstitutional? Exploring the Scope of Free Enterprise Fund v. Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 875..
- “Inherent emotional quality of human speech sounds” (co-authored with Maia Pujara, Rick Wolf, & Mike Koenigs) Cognition and Emotion, 27, 2013, pp. 1105-1113.
- “Knowing That P Without Believing That P” (co-authored with Eric Schwitzgebel) Nous(forthcoming).
- “Functional anatomy of ventromedial prefrontal cortex: Implications for mood and anxiety disorders” (co-authored with Mike Koenigs) Molecular Psychiatry 2011, doi: 10.1038/mp.2011.88. [Epub ahead of print]
- Masrour, F., Nirshberg, G., Schon, M., Leardi, J., & Barrett, E. (2015). Revisiting the empirical case against perceptual modularity. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 1676. http://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01676
O’Brien, D. (2018) The unit and currency of egalitarian concern. Journal of Moral Philosophy (forthcoming)
O’Brien, D. (2018) Egalitarian nonconsequentialism and the levelling down objection. Ratio (forthcoming) https://doi.org/10.1111/rati.12199
- O’Brien, D. (2017) Inequality of opportunity: some lessons from the case of highly selective universities. Theory and Research in Education 15 (1): 53-70.
- Pham, Adam K. (2017). “Mainstream economics and the Austrian school: toward reunification.” Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 41-63.
- “What Ability Can Do” forthcoming in Philosophical Studies, DOI: 10.1007/s11098-017-0888-3
- “A Causal Understanding of When and When Not to Jeffrey Conditionalize” (with Reuben Stern) Philosophers’ Imprint 17(8), pp. 1-21
- Vassend, Olav B. (2015) “Confirmation Measures and Sensitivity” (2015)Philosophy of Science 82 (5): 892-904.
- Forthcoming, ‘Consciousness, Conceivability, and Intrinsic Reduction,’ Erkenntnis
- 2017, “Inconceivable Physicalism,” Analysis, 77(1): 116-125.
Yarmel, A. (forthcoming). “Between Crisis-Philia and Crisis-Phobia: Reflections on the Community of Inquiry.” Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis, 38 (2).
- “Minding the Gap: P4C and Arendt’s Crisis in Education” (with Aaron Yarmel) Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society (October 2017).
- “How A Causalist Theory of Action Can Account for Intentional Omissions” American Philosophical Association Central Division Meeting (February 2018).
- “How A Causalist Theory of Action Can Account for Intentional Omissions” Northwest Philosophy Conference (October 2017).
- “How Special Relations Can Provide Agent-neutral Reasons” Iowa Philosophical Society Conference (November 2016).
- “Special Relations as the Grounds of Agent-neutral Reasons” Mountain-Plains Philosophy Conference (October 2016)
- “Another Stoic Inconsistency: Propositions and Predicationals” Northwest Philosophy Conference (October 2015).
- “Multiple Entrenchment Orderings in the AGM Model of Belief Revision” Boise State University (September 2014).
“The Myth of the Given Advice: Towards Eliminativism about Doxastic Moral Deference,” Ways of Knowing in Ethics, Simon Frasier University, Vancouver, Canada (June 2018)
Danielle Lee Clevenger
“Utilizing Movement in Learning Activities,” Panel presentation. “Shaking Up the Standard Lecture,” American Philosophical Association (Central), 2018.
“Ghosts of Departed Quantities,” Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy’s Summer School on Mathematical Philosophy for Female Students, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Munich, 2016
“Shortcomings in Shoemaker’s Defense: The Unresolved Korsgaard-Parfit Debate,” 67th New Mexico Texas Philosophical Society’s Annual Conference, Texas State University, San Marcos 2016
- “The Inseparability of Mental Content and Processes,” Iowa Philosophical Society, Davenport, IA (October 2011)
- “A More Modest Reductive Physicalism,” Wisconsin Philosophical Association, Milwaukee, WI (April 2011)
- “Prospects for a Non-Causal, Non-Natural Moral Perceptualism” Alabama Philosophical Society Conference, Pensacola, FL (October 2012)
- “Religious Belief and Surrogate Medical Decision Making” Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, San Antonio Texas (February 2008)
- “Measuring Well-Being and Valuing Virtue”, APA Pacific Division Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 28-31, 2018
- “Measuring Well-Being and Valuing Virtue”,Alabama Philosophical Society, Pensacola, FL, September 29-30, 2017“
- “Measuring Well-Being and Valuing Virtue”, Eudaimonia Conference, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, April 20-22, 2017
- “Actions and Projects: A Proposed Solution to the Problem of Vague Attribution”, Alabama Philosophical Society, Pensacola, FL, September 30-October 1, 2016
- “Sin and Supererogation”, with Calum Miller, LOGOS conference, University of Notre Dame, May 5-7 2016
- “The Moral Significance of Pain in Draper’s Argument from Evil”, with Robert Reed, Alabama Philosophical Society, Pensacola, FL, October 2-3 2015
- “The Argument from Epistemic Duties: A New Argument for External Reasons for Action,” Eastern APA, Baltimore (January 2017).
- “The Argument from Epistemic Duties: A New Argument for External Reasons for Action,” Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (August 2016).
- “Anselmian Theism and Reasons Internalism,” Society of Christian Philosophers (Midwest), Mobile, Alabama (March 2015).
- “Debunking our Skepticism about Moral Deference,” Second Annual Philosophers’ Cocoon Conference, Tampa, Florida (July 2014).
- “Of Course We Can Believe the Error Theory” (with Eric Sampson). Wisconsin Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, Madison, Wisconsin (April 2014).
- “How to Use Moral Testimony”, Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (August 2013).
- “Moral Deference and the Puzzle of Moral Confusion”, Midwest Division of the Society of Christian Philosophers (April 2013).
- “Virtue and Moral Deference”, Wisconsin Philosophical Association (April 2013).
- “Homogenous Pink” (with Kathleen Akins), Wilfrid Sellars Centenary Conference, Dublin Ireland (July 2012)
- The Leverage Approach for Sufficientarianism”, Central APA, Chicago, March 2016
- “Universalizability: What Can it Tell us about Right and Wrong?”, Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress, August 2015
- “Killing, Injuring, and Animals: A Kantian Perspective”, Pacific APA, Vancouver, April 2015
- “Why does Health Matter for Justice?”, Graduate Workshop in Applied Philosophy, Bowling Green, November 2014; Society for Applied Philosophy Annual Conference, Oxford, June 2014
- “Consequentializing Inviolable Rights”, Pacific APA, San Diego, April 2014
- “Judgments of Belief and Knowledge: Interactive yet Independent”, Experimental Philosophy Society, Eastern APA, December 2009.
- “Does the Judgment Internalist’s Claim Depend on a Particular View of Motivation?” American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division Meeting, Main Program, Colloquium Session, San Francisco, CA. (March 2013)
- “It’s Not All About Beliefs: The Extended Mind and Why Propositional Attitudes are Still in the Head”, 2013 meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Austin, TX. (February 2013)
- “Can Embodied Cognition Deny Representation and Still Explain Intentionality?” Poster presentation, Annual meeting of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Boulder, CO. (June 2012)
- “Conservatism Reconsidered” Wisconsin Philosophical Association, Oshkosh (April 2018)
- “The Limits of Justice as Fairness: The Case of Higher Education” APA Central Division Meeting, Chicago (February 2018); Center for Ethics and Education Annual Meeting, Chicago (February 2018)
- “Equality of Opportunity and Highly Selective Universities” Changing Access to Higher Education Conference, Stanford University (October 2016)
- “Defending Telic Egalitarianism”, Center for Moral and Political Philosophy, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (June 2016)
- “The Difference Principle and Fraternity”, Pacific APA, San Diego CA (April 2014)
- “On the Disagreement Between Luck Egalitarians and Relational Egalitarians”, MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory, Manchester UK (September 2014)
- “Defending Permissive Intuitions” (with Casey Hart), American Philosophical Association Central Division, Kansas City, 2017
- “Defending Permissive Intuitions” (with Casey Hart), Meeting of the Society of Exact Philosophy, University of Miami, 2016
- “Epistemic Teleology, Reliabilism, and the Problem of Epistemic Trade-Offs,” Midsouth Philosophy Conference, Rhodes College, 2016
- “Epistemic Teleology, Reliabilism, and the Problem of Epistemic Trade-Offs” Northwest Philosophy Conference, North Idaho College, 2016
- “The Limits of Epistemic Consequentialism,” Wisconsin Philosophical Association (2015)
- “Mushy Credences, Coin tosses, and Admissibility,” Midsouth Philosophy Conference (2014)
- “The Problem of Irrelevant Causal Factors,” Invited lecture: California State University, Long Beach (2014)
- “Epistemic Permissivism and The Argument from Arbitrariness,” Wisconsin Philosophical Association (2014); Midsouth Philosophy Conference (2015)
- “Miracles & the Best of All Possible Worlds”, Wisconsin Philosophical Association (April 2013)
“Rawls’s Mature Account of Justice Between Generations,” 4th International Conference for Economics and Philosophy, Lyon, France
- “The Ability Ought Implies,” Midsouth Philosophy Conference (2017)
- “What Ability Can Do,” Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (2016); Ohio Philosophical Association Annual Meeting (2016)
- “A Causal Understanding of When and When Not to Jeffrey Conditionalize” (with Reuben Stern), Formal Epistemology Workshop (2016)
- “The Reasons Intentions Give,” American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division Meeting (2016)
- “Acting, Right, and Wrong: A Defense of Reasons Internalism,” College of Wooster Philosophy Roundtable (2015)
- “Reconsidering the Empirical Model of the Evidential Status of Moral Intuitions,” Midsouth Philosophy Conference (2015)
- “When to Jeffrey Conditionalize” (with Reuben Stern), An Informal Formal Epistemology Meeting (April 2014)
- “Looking in Our Heads: Distinguishing the Theory Theory’s Account of the Conscious Stream from the Inner Sense Model’s Introspection”, The Wisconsin Philosophical Association (2013); The Society for Philosophy and Psychology (2013)
- “Statutory Disenfranchisement: the undue cost of a felony conviction”, Philosophies of Incarceration, Villanova, PA (March 2017).
“A Capabilitarian Account of Fairness,” VIII Braga Meetings on Ethics and Political Philosophy, University of Minho, (June 2017)- accepted but could not attend.
“A Capabilitarian Account of Fairness,” Challenging Inequalities: Human Development and Social Change, (September 2017).
“A Paternalist Friendly Capabilities Approach,” Human Development and Social Inclusion in an Urbanizing World, Universidad Católica, (September 2018).
- “Non-Idealized Dignity and the Moral Permissibility of Paternalism: A Reformulation of Nussbaum’s Capabilities Approach,” Human Development and Capability Association Conference, Tokyo, Japan, September 2016.
- “Non-Idealized Dignity and the Moral Permissibility of Paternalism: A Reformulation of Nussbaum’s Capabilities Approach,” Center for Global Ethics, Conference on Agency, Power, and Politics, University of Birmingham, UK, May 2016.
- “How we know the value of what we haven’t experienced,” 9th European Congress of Analytic Philosophy, Munich, August 2017
- “How we know the value of what we haven’t experienced,” Annual Workshop in Practical Philosophy, Universität des Saarslandes, June 2017
- “How we know the value of what we haven’t experienced,” APA Pre-conference: “Themes in Transformative Experience,” April 2017
- “Does Philosophy Exclude On The Basis of Class More Than Other Academic Disciplines?” Workshop on Inclusion and Exclusion in Philosophy, Leibniz Universität Hannover, June 2017
- “Rethinking the Imposter Phenomenon,” Workshop on Biases and Values in Science, Ludwig Maximillian University, June 2017
- “Rethinking the Imposter Phenomenon,” Pacific APA, Seattle, WA, April 2017
- “What, If Any, Is the Value of Ideal Theory?” ANU Philsoc Seminar, Canberra, ACT (June 2014)
- “On The Pernicious Influence of the Ideal/Nonideal Distinction in Political Philosophy,” MANCEPT Workshop in Political Theory, Manchester, UK (September 2012)
- “Delusions and Downstream Effects,” Wisconsin Philosophical Association (2012), Central States Philosophical Association (2012), Illinois Philosophical Association (2012).
“Cartesian Agency: Persons, Volitions, and Actions in Descartes’ Philosophy” Dublin, Ireland (September 26th, 2018).
- “Intellectual Emotions and Noetic Feelings: What’s the Difference?,” Séminaire annuel de l’UR Phénoménologies, University of Liège, (2017)
- “The Overdemanding Christ,” Society of Christian Philosophers, Evangel University, (2016)
- “Lambert’s Gendered Epistemology,” New England Colloquium in Early Modern Philosophy, Yale University, (2016)
- “Kant and Other Minds,” North Carolina Philosophical Society, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, (2014)
- “Kant and Other Minds,” United Kingdom Kant Society, London, (2013)
2018, “Conceptual Sieves,” The New Mexico Texas Philosophical Society, 69th Annual Meeting, Houston, USA.
2017, “Conceptual Sieves,” Third International Conference on Philosophy of Mind, School of Medicine, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal.
- 2016, “Phenomenal Concepts and the Disjunction Problem,” at the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology 108th Annual Meeting, Louisville.
- 2015, “The Logic of Quantified Two-Dimensional Conceivability Arguments,” at the Philosophy of Language and Mind Masterclass Conference with David Chalmers, Stockholm.
- “Statistical Inference and Approximate Truth,” Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association, Georgia, Atlanta, November 2016
- “Goals and the Informativeness of Prior Probabilities,” Formal Epistemology Workshop, Groningen, Netherlands, June 2016
- “Moderate Bayesianism Is Incompatible With Equal Treatment,” Pacific APA, San Fransisco, California, April 2016
- “Learning Credences and Betting Credences,” Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Helsinki, Finland, August 2015
- “Confirmation Measures and Sensitivity,” Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association, Chicago, Illinois, November 2014
- “Confirmation and the Ordinal Equivalence Convention,” Pacific APA, San Diego, California, April 2014
- “Sometimes it is better to do nothing,” Wisconsin Philosophical Association, Madison, Wisconsin, April 2014
What Can Philosophers Do?, Societal Implications: Applying Academic Philosophy Outside of the Academy (March 2018)
Minding the Gap: P4C and Arendt’s Crisis in Education, Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society (October 2017)
- Explanations in Music Theory, Illinois Philosophical Association (November 2014); Central States Philosophical Association (October 2014).
- Mechanistic Explanations in Music Theory: Lessons from Biology and Physical Geology, Alabama Philosophical Society (October 2013); European Society for Aesthetics (June 2013).
- Performing Platonist Types, Performance Philosophy (April 2013).
- Musical States of Affairs: A New Proposal For Realist Platonism, Challenging Musical Ontologies: An RMA Study Day (November 2012).
- Interlevel Mechanistic Explanations of Musical Ontology, Midsouth Philosophy Conference (February 2012).