[SydPhil] AAP 2022 Conference - program and registration
conference at aap.org.au
Wed Jun 22 17:06:58 AEST 2022
The 2022 AAP Conference will be held online from *Tuesday 28 June -
Thursday 30 June & Tuesday 5 - Thursday 7 July 2022* featuring over 150
paper sessions live streamed via zoom from philosophers in Australasia and
across the world.
- *John Sutton*, Place and Memory: Navigating the Past Together
- *Gillian Russell*, Hume's Law Beyond Logic
- *Monima Chadha*, Responsibility without Self
- *Bryan **Mukandi*, Philosophy, The Morning After
- *Jessica Whyte*, Jealousy of Trade, from The Scottish Enlightenment to
*Presidential Address* - *Dirk Baltzly*, The Plato Cult.
The *Alan Saunders Lecture*, held in conjunction with the ABC, will be
given by *Bryan Mukandi* on the topic: "Normal and the White Fantastic". This
free, ticketed event will be held alongside the Conference and will be live
Postgraduate Presentation prize shortlist:
- *Meg McCamley*, 'Enactive Behaviour Analysis'
- *Raphael Morris*, 'Sealioning: A Discursive Autoimmune Disease'
- *Nick Willis*, 'Innovating over gappy resources – blame and
- *Brandon Yip*, 'What is Moral Disgust?
Also featuring a special workshop '*Writing for the Media*' with *Sam
Baron, Kristie Miller, Ben Bramble, Luara Ferracioli and Louise
Richardson-Self*. The workshop will feature a panel discussion by media
savvy philosophers, and an extended discussion. During the discussion
period, participants will have the opportunity to workshop potential
pitches for their own work. Participants are thus encouraged to come
prepared with ideas about how they might develop a media piece based on
recently published research. More information:
To view the full list of speakers and conference program visit the
conference website: https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/qKpaC1WLPxcpx0nD9HGB_Xv?domain=aap.org.au
If you haven't registered already, please, join us for this exciting array
of presentations! Registrations:
AAP Conference Organisers
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