List of Speakers
The list will be updated weekly. This current version was produced on 7 February 2020.
  1. Ionut-Alexandru Barliba, Researcher, “ Zane” Institute of Economic and Social Research, Romanian Academy, Iași Branch, Romania. Existential Authenticity and the Challenges of a Post-Modern Society.
  2. Vincent Bozzino, BA Student, University of London, UK. Paradigms (in the Study) of Skepticism. The Inescapable Effects of Cartesian Doubt.
  3. Serge Cantin, Retired & Associate Professor, University of Quebec at Trois-Rivieres, Canada. Can there be Solidarity without a Collective Memory?
  4. Franck Colotte, Researcher, Centre Léon Robin de Recherche sur la Pensée Antique, France. Cicero and Roman Practical Wisdom in the De Officiis.
  5. Carlos Correia, Associate Professor, University of Lisbon, Portugal. Redefinition of Art: A New Αesthetical Proposal.
  6. Stuart Dalton, Professor, Western Connecticut State University, USA. X-Rated Kierkegaard: “Christianity” and the Obscene Demands of Individual Existence. 
  7. Hugh Deery, Term Instructor, University of Alaska Anchorage, USA. From Hawking to Nagarjuna: Interdisciplinary Infusion Tactics as a Means of Meeting Challenges, in a Competitive Work Environment.
  8. Tara DePaolo, Graduate Research Student, University of Notre Dame, Fremantle, Australia. Collective Intentionality and the Unity of Consciousness.
  9. Meredith Drees, Chair, Department of Religion and Philosophy, Kansas Wesleyan University, USA. Sin, Death, and Moral Growth in Iris Murdoch’s Discussion of Art.
  10. Thomas B. Ellis, Professor, Appalachian State University, USA. Just Athens and Jerusalem? What about Benares? Ulysses, Abraham, and Uddhava at the Cross-cultural Roads.
  11. Joel Feldman, Associate Professor, Rider University, USA. Nyāya Epistemology and the Gettier Problem.
  12. Paulo Irineu Barreto Fernandes, Teacher, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Triângulo Mineiro, Brazil, Anna Luisa Pereira Fonseca, Student, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Triângulo Mineiro, Brazil & Kauanne Rodrigues Flores Mendes, Student, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Triângulo Mineiro, Brazil. Philosophy and Artificial Intelligence: Humans and the Fear of Machines.
  13. Ignacio Garcia Pena, Assistant Professor, University of Salamanca, Spain. All Things Flow and All is One: Plato’s Depiction of Heraclitus and Parmenides.
  14. Kathie Jenni, Professor, University of Redlands, USA. Empathy, Animals, and Deadly Vices.
  15. Janine Jones, Associate Professor, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA. Confiscated: Killing (and Sustaining) Community through Hidden Knowledge.
  16. Chin-Tai Kim, Professor, Case Western Reserve University, USA. Rethinking the Foundation of Normative Ethics.
  17. David Laraway, Associate Professor, Brigham Young University, USA. Bad Art and Ethical Obligation.
  18. Anita Leirfall, Associate Professor, University of Bergen, Norway. On the Perception of Forces. Some Kantian Reflections.
  19. Richard Liebendorfer, Professor, Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA. Is There a Genuine Internalist Externalist Debate about Mental Content?
  20. Roderick Long, Professor, Auburn University, USA. “Everyone Who Goes to India Becomes Rich”: Hindu Epistemology meets Jewish Theology in Saadya Gaon’s Book of Beliefs and Opinions.
  21. Duncan Maclean, Instructor, Mount Royal University, Canada. Principles and Causes of Teaching and Learning.
  22. Vinicius Oliveira Magalhaes, Student, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Triângulo Mineiro, Brazil. Philosophy and Art, Amazement and Beauty: An Introduction.
  23. Daniela Matysova, PhD Student, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. Emmanuel Levinas: Beauty and its Evil.
  24. Meredith McFadden, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, USA. When is it Wrong NOT to Have a Child?
  25. Shervin Moghimi Zanjani, Assistant Professor, Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies, Iran. Saadi as a Socratic Political Philosopher (A Consideration on the Saadi’s Golestsn from the Ancient Political Philosophy Point of View).
  26. Mark Morelli, Distinguished Professor, Loyola Marymount University, USA. Plato’s Gorgias: Uncovering the Spiritual Corruption of a Respectable Man.
  27. Giuseppe (Joseph) Naimo, Senior Lecturer, University of Notre Dame Australia, Australia. Imperfect Plenary Guardianship Orders Overextend Bestowed Power to Substitute Decision-Makers: A Critique.
  28. Osman Nemli, Assistant Professor, Vassar College, USA. Lived Experience and the Importance of Sartre’s Existential Psychoanalytic Biographies.
  29. Lex Newman, Associate Professor, The University of Utah, USA. Lessons from Descartes on the Role of Free Will in Belief Formation.
  30. William O’Meara, Professor, James Madison University, USA. John Dewey on Moral Principles as Hypotheses.
  31. Gary Percesepe, Adjunct Professor, Fordham University, USA. Radical Philosophy: Debord, Merton, Trump and the State of the Spectacle. 
  32. Ryan Quandt, Adjunct Professor, University of South Florida, USA. Aristotle’s Criteria for a Science of Morality.
  33. Andrew Rembert, Professor Emeritus, Washington & Jefferson College, USA. Socrates and Alcibiades Were Lovers: A Turning Point in Socrates’ Manner of Teaching.
  34. Gro Rorstadbotten, Associate Professor, University of Bergen, Norway. Plato, a Peace Waging Architect?
  35. Tennyson Samraj, Professor, Burman University, Canada. Right to Life/Live – Core Tenets and the Inalienability Question.
  36. Lars Samuelsson, Associate Professor, Umeå University, Sweden & Niclas Lindstrom, Associate Professor, Umeå University, Sweden. A Counter-Factual Argument for Environmentalists to Ascribe Intrinsic Value to Nature.
  37. Paolo Scolari, Assistant Professor, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy. For Money/For Food. Friedrich Nietzsche and the Waning of Culture.
  38. Dylan Skurka, PhD Student, York University, Canada. Socrates’ Complicated Relationship with the Sophists.
  39. Nguyen Ba Trinh, Professor, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam. Knowledge Base and the Social Convergence.
  40. Nixon Wamamela, Assistant Lecturer, Makerere University, Uganda. An Assessment of Constitutional Democracy in Legislations in Uganda.
  41. Howard Wettstein, Professor, University of California, Riverside, USA. Traditional Religion Naturalized.
  42. Lisa Yount, Associate Professor, Savannah State University, USA & Murray Skees, Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina Beaufort, USA. Epistemic Closure’ in Contemporary Politics: Extreme Confirmation Bias as Epistemic Injustice.
  43. Wilfried Ver Eecke, Professor, Georgetown University, USA. Breaking through Schizophrenia. Lacan and Hegel for Talk Therapy.

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