Friday, October 19, 2018

2018 Conference Program

The Creighton Club
New York State Philosophical Association
The 164th Conference Program
Saturday November 3, 2018
132 Lyman Hall
Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY)

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

8:30 AM
Coffee & Pleasantries
9:00 AM
Stephen Kershnar (SUNY Fredonia): “Consequentialism and the Case of Symmetrical
Attackers”
  • Commentator: Michelle Kosch (Cornell University)
10:15 AM
Coffee & Pleasantries
10:30 AM
Benjamin Lennertz (Colgate University): “Probabilism without Arguments”
  • Commentator: Hille Paakkunainen (Syracuse University)
11:45 AM
Lunch
1:30 PM
Arturo Javier-Castellanos (Syracuse University): “A Counterpart-Theoretic Response to
Heller’s Argument Against Metaphysical Indeterminacy” (winner of the Graduate Student
Presentation Award)
  • Commentator: Robert Wesley (Cornell University)
2:45 PM
Coffee & Pleasantries
3:00 PM
Adam Kolber (Brooklyn Law School): “The Time Frame Challenge to Retributivism" 
  • Commentator: Steven Lee (Hobart and William Smith Colleges)
4:15 PM
Business meeting

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
How to be an Idealist and a Realist at the Same Time, Kantian Style
Anja Jauernig (New York University)
4:30 PM


For more details, see: http://creightonclub.blogspot.com


MEETING DETAILS: The 2018 meeting is located on the campus of Syracuse University. Parking 
is available in the University's Quad 4 (Q4) parking lot, near the corner of Euclid Avenue and College 
Place. For directions see here. If the Q4 lot is full, park in the Waverly lot, which is just a block down 
the hill. See a campus map here. A nearby hotel is here.

The location of the conference is 132 Lyman Hall, only a short walk from the Hall of Languages 
(where the philosophy department is located).  

Participants can purchase lunch at the Marshall Square Mall.

RSVP: there will be an informal dinner held after the conference at the expense of attendees (location
TBD).  Please email us at thecreightonclub@gmail.com if you plan to attend so that we can make a
more accurate reservation.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Call for Papers: 164th Meeting of the Creighton Club


Call for Papers

The 164th Meeting of the Creighton Club
The New York State Philosophical Society
Saturday, November 3, 2018
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY

Keynote speaker:
Anja Jauernig
New York University

The Creighton Club, founded in 1921, is the principal historic meeting ground for philosophers in upstate and western New York. Our annual meeting consists of one invited keynote address and four submitted papers, including one graduate student paper selected for the Graduate Student Presentation Award. All of the papers except for the keynote address will have commentators.

Guidelines for paper submission:

·      Papers in any philosophical area are welcome.
·      Papers under consideration for publication or presentation elsewhere are also welcome.
·      Membership is not required for consideration or acceptance.
·      Papers should have a presentation time of approximately 30 minutes.
·      Students wishing to be eligible for the Graduate Student Presentation Award should indicate graduate student status both in the submission email and the submission itself.
·      Other than graduate students noting their status, papers should be anonymized for review.
·      Papers should be submitted as a pdf attachment to TheCreightonClub@gmail.com
·      Anyone interested in commenting should let us know as soon as possible, with suggestions for fields of interest.

Submission deadline: September 1, 2018
Notification will be given by September 20, 2018

Submissions, volunteering, and inquiries should be sent to TheCreightonClub@gmail.com

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Creighton Club 163rd Conference Program (2017)

The Creighton Club
New York State Philosophical Association
The 163rd Conference Program
Saturday September 23rd 2017
Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY)

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

8:30 AM
Coffee & Pleasantries
9:00 AM
Einar Bohn (University of Agder): “Panpsychism, the Combination Problem, and Plural Properties”
  • Commentator: Michael Rieppel (Syracuse University)
10:15 AM
Coffee & Pleasantries
10:30 AM
Paul Silva (University of Pennsylvania): “Justified Group Belief Is Evidentially Responsible Group Belief”
  • Commentator: Earl Conee (University of Rochester)
11:45 AM
Lunch
1:30 PM
Sam Kampa (Fordham University): “Imaginative Immersion” (winner of the Graduate Student Presentation Award)
  • Commentator: Carolyn Garland (Syracuse University)
2:45 PM
Coffee & Pleasantries
3:00 PM
Cassie Herbert (Hobart and William Smith Colleges): “Derogatives: Beyond Insults and Slurs”
  • Commentator: Heidi Savage (SUNY Geneseo)
4:15 PM
Business meeting

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
The Duty to Object
Jennifer Lackey (Northwestern University)

4:30 PM

MEETING DETAILS: The 2017 meeting is located on the campus of Syracuse University. Parking is available in the University's Quad 4 (Q4) parking lot, near the corner of Euclid Avenue and College Place. For directions see here. If the Q4 lot is full, park in the Waverly lot, which is just a block down the hill. See a campus map here. A nearby hotel is here.

The location of the conference is 500 Hall of Languages, roughly in the center of campus.  

Participants can purchase lunch at the Marshall Square Mall.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Call for Papers: the 163rd Meeting of the Creighton Club

Call for Papers

The 163rd Meeting of the Creighton Club

The New York State Philosophical Society

Saturday, September 23, 2017
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY

Keynote speaker:
Jennifer Lackey
Northwestern University

The Creighton Club, founded in 1921, is the principal historic meeting ground for philosophers in upstate and western New York. Our annual meeting consists of one invited keynote address and four submitted papers, including one graduate student paper selected for the Graduate Student Presentation Award. All of the papers except for the keynote address will have commentators.

Guidelines for paper submission:
  • Papers in any philosophical area are welcome.
  • Papers under consideration for publication or presentation elsewhere are also welcome.
  • Membership is not required for consideration or acceptance.
  • Papers should have a presentation time of approximately 30 minutes.
  • Students wishing to be eligible for the Graduate Student Presentation Award should indicate graduate student status both in the submission email and the submission itself.
  • Other than graduate students noting their status, papers should be anonymized for review.
  • Papers should be submitted as a pdf attachment to TheCreightonClub@gmail.com.
Anyone interested in commenting should let us know as soon as possible,with suggestions for fields of interest.

Submission deadline: August 15th, 2017
Notification will be given by September 1st

Submissions, volunteering, and inquiries should be sent to

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

The Creighton Club
New York State Philosophical Association

The 162nd Conference Program
Saturday October 1st 2016
Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY)

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS


8:30 AM          Coffee & Pleasantries

9:00 AM          Philip Corkum (University of Alberta): “Metaphysical Explanation”
o   Commentator: Paul Audi (University of Rochester)

10:15 AM        Coffee & Pleasantries

10:30 AM        Shieva Kleinschmidt (University of Southern California): “Fusion First”
o   Commentator: Douglas Edwards (Hamilton College)

11:45 AM        Business Meeting

12:00 PM        Lunch

1:30 PM          Kolja Keller (University of Rochester): “Vagueness and Luminosity”
o   Commentator: A. Arturo Javier-Castellanos (Syracuse University)

2:45 PM          Coffee & Pleasantries

3:00 PM          Stefanie Rocknak (Hartwick College): “Hume and the External World”
o   Commentator: Georges Dicker (SUNY Brockport)

4:15 PM          Coffee & Pleasantries

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Fads and Fallacies of Analytic Ontology
Achille Varzi (Columbia University)


4:30 PM


MEETING DETAILS: The 2016 meeting is located on the campus of Syracuse University. Parking is available in the University's Quad 4 (Q4) parking lot, near the corner of Euclid Avenue and College Place. For directions see here. If the Q4 lot is full, park in the Waverly lot, which is just a block down the hill. See a campus map here. A nearby hotel is here.

The location of the conference is 107 Hall of Languages, roughly in the center of campus.  


Participants can purchase lunch at the Marshall Square Mall.