Feb. 18: 2022 UAA Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

by UAA Department of Philosophy  |   

Join us for the virtual 2022 UAA Undergraduate Philosophy Conference on Friday, Feb. 18.

Conference schedule
Join the conference on Zoom
Meeting ID: 870 3276 9036 | Passcode: CCdB0F

12-12:45 p.m. | Keldon Irwin, Web of Destruction: An Investigation Into the Christian Distortions of Feminine Origins of Indigenous Cosmologies

12:50-1:30 p.m. | Sarah Baktuit, Why We Value Horror in Ways We Value Liminal Space   

1:45-2:25 p.m. | Greta Smith, Dream Aesthetics

2:45-3:45 p.m. | Student Keynote Address: Tunca Isik Askin, Noemata: Abstract Objects and Ontic Determiners

6-7:30 p.m. | Keynote Address
Attend keynote address on Zoom
Meeting ID: 879 9945 2678 | Passcode: eVTj5e

Mark Carr, Ph.D. (Providence Hospital), Whose Conscience? What Service?
State and federally licensed, faith-based health care corporations invoke conscientious refusal in some limited situations of service to the public. We will explore if and how a corporation can invoke their conscience and what effect that has on the public it serves.

Presented by the UAA Department of Philosophy.

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