Presentations

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Invited Presentations

“Inconsistent Evidentialist Theses”

Purdue Annual Colloquium Series; January 2017

“A New Puzzle About Belief and Credence”

Northwestern University Epistemology Brownbag Discussion Group, November 2016
University of Missouri Colloquium; October 2016
University of Michigan Mind and Moral Psychology Group; September 2016

“Skeptical Theism, Plantinga’s Religious Epistemology, and De Jure Objections”

U. of Notre Dame Center for Philosophy of Religion Discussion Group; September 2016

“The Nature of Doubt and a New Puzzle About Belief, Doubt, and Confidence”

Saint Louis University Brownbag Session; September 2016
U. of Notre Dame Belief and Credence Reading Group: September 2016

“Evolutionary Moral Debunking Arguments: Lessons from Plantinga’s EAAN”

The Ohio State University Epistemology and Mind Group; November 2015
Prindle Research Retreat on Moral Epistemology and Psychology; July 2015

“In Defense of Proper Functionalism: Cognitive Science Takes on Swampman” (with K. Boyce)

9th Annual Midwest Epistemology Workshop; October 2015

“Cognitive Science of Religion, Epistemic Circularity, and Religious Disagreement”

Killeen Chair Religious Disagreement Conference; St. Norbert College; April 2012

“How to Respond to Religious Disagreement”

The Young Philosophers Lecture Series; SUNY Fredonia, April 2012
(Intro-level talk, video available here)

Refereed Presentations

“A New Puzzle About Belief and Credence”

American Philosophical Association; Central Division; February 2017

“Skeptical Theism, Plantinga’s Religious Epistemology, and Debunking Arguments”

Society of Christian Philosophers; Rutgers U; October 2016
Society of Christian Philosophers; Evangel U; September 2016

“In Defense of Proper Functionalism: Cognitive Science Takes on Swampman”

American Philosophical Association; Pacific Division; April 2016
Society of Christian Philosophers; Messiah College; September 2015
Midsouth Philosophy Conference; Rhodes College; March 2015

“A Dilemma for Credal Expressivism”

Central States Philosophical Association; Lexington, KY; November 2015

“The Independence Principle and a New Way to Remain Steadfast in Disagreements About Theism”

Society of Christian Philosophers; Messiah College; September 2015

“Disagreement, Conciliationism, and Independence”

Penn-Rutgers-Princeton Social Epistemology Workshop; Princeton U; April 2015

“A Skeptical Theist Objection to Plantinga’s Reformed Epistemology”

Society of Christian Philosophers; U of South Alabama; March 2015

“A New Puzzle About Belief, Doubt, and Confidence”

American Philosophical Association; Central Division; February 2014

“Religious Disagreement”

Canadian Society for Epistemology; U of Sherbrooke, Quebec; November 2013
The Atlantic Region Philosopher’s Association; Dalhousie U, Halifax; October 2013

“Religious Disagreement, Epistemic Circularity, and Cognitive Science of Religion”

Central States Philosophical Association; Columbia, MO; September 2012

“The New Evil Demon Problem for Internalism”

The Young Philosophers Lecture Series; SUNY Fredonia, April 2012
(Video available here)
Justification Revisited Conference; University of Geneva; March 2010
American Philosophical Association; Central Division; February 2010
BSD Graduate Philosophy Conference; Stanford University; April 2009

“Epistemic Justification and the Epistemic Ought”

American Philosophical Association; Pacific Division; April 2012

“Remembering Does Entail Knowing”

Central States Philosophical Association; Saint Louis, MO; September 2011

“Beliefs Do Not Come in Degrees”

Sixth Biennial Rochester Graduate Epistemology Conference; October 2010
Central States Philosophical Association; Detroit, MI; September 2010

“Knowledge Without Evidence”

Alabama Philosophical Society; Orange Beach, AL; October 2009

“Skepticism About Warrant Infallibilism”

Central States Philosophical Association; Memphis, TN; October 2006

Conference Comments

“Religious Disagreement and Rational Demotion”

By Michael Bergmann (Purdue University)
Killeen Chair Religious Disagreement Conference; St. Norbert College; April 2012

“An Argument from Skepticism to Contextualism”

By Jay Newhard (East Carolina University)
American Philosophical Association; Eastern Division; December 2011

“Fallibilism and the Flexibility of Epistemic Modals”

By Charity Anderson (Saint Louis University)
Central States Philosophical Association; St. Louis, MO; September 2011

“Epistemic Possibility and the Closure of Inquiry”

By Kraig Martin (Baylor University)
American Philosophical Association
; Central Division; April 2011

“Defending the Equal Weight View from Some Problem Cases”

By Shawn Graves (Cedarville University)
Central States Philosophical Association; Detroit, MI; September 2010

“Geachianism”

By Patrick Todd (University of California-Riverside)
Society of Christian Philosophers; Fort Lewis College; October 2009