Dates
September 16-18, 2011

Keynote Speaker
Christine Korsgaard
Arthur Kingsley Porter Professor of Philosophy, Harvard University

Program

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16

9am – 10:15am
ALEX SILK (Michigan)
Truth Conditions and the Meanings of Ethical Terms
Chair: Christian Coons (Bowling Green)

10:45am – Noon
DALE DORSEY (Kansas)
Two Dualisms of Practical Reason
Chair: Mary Coleman (Illinois Wesleyan)

1:45pm – 3pm
TERENCE CUNEO (Vermont)
Properties for Nothing, Facts for Free? Expressivism’s Deflationary Gambit
Chair: Laura Schroeter (Melbourne)

3:25 – 4:40pm
MARK SCHROEDER (USC)
Tempered Expressivism
Chair: Mark van Roojen (Nebraska)

5pm – 6:15pm
RUTH CHANG (Rutgers)
Commitments, Reasons, and the Will
Chair: Daniel Groll (Carleton)

8pm -11 pm
RECEPTION
(UW Memorial Union, Room TBA)

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17
9am – 10:15am
JUSSI SUIKKANEN (Birmingham)
Moral Error Theory and the Belief Problem
Chair: Justin Horn (UW-Madison)

10:45am – Noon
TEEMU TOPPINEN (Helsinki)
Believing in Expressivism
Chair: Paul Hurley (Claremont McKenna)

1:45pm – 3pm
BART STREUMER (Reading)
Are Normative Judgments Non-Cognitive Attitudes?
Chair: Brad Cokelet (Miami)

3:20pm – 4:50pm
CHRISTINE KORSGAARD (Harvard) **KEYNOTE ADDRESS**
The Relational Nature of the Good

5:15pm – 6:30pm
ANTTI KAUPPINEN (Amsterdam/Trinity College, Dublin)
Sentimentalist Epistemology with & without Sentimentalist Metaphysics
Chair: John Brunero (UMSL)

6:45pm
DINNER (Samba 240 W. Gilman Street)
Advanced registration required. Email Russ Shafer-Landau
(shaferlandau@wisc.edu) by Sept. 13 to reserve a spot

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18

9:30am – 10:45am
KATE MANNE (Harvard/Cornell)
On Being Social in Metaethics (or Playing Well with Others)
Chair: Billy Dunaway (Michigan)

11:15am -12:30pm
JONATHAN WAY (Southampton)
Value and Reasons to Favor
Chair: Ariela Tubert (Puget Sound)