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Megha Hoon and Mike Guzzetti (front); Alysha Banerji, Noah Bishop, and Pete Gustavson (back), with keynote speaker Prof. Stephen Stich of Rutgers University.
Megha Hoon and Mike Guzzetti (front); Alysha Banerji, Noah Bishop, and Pete Gustavson (back), with keynote speaker Prof. Stephen Stich of Rutgers University.

Philosophy Majors Attend Buffalo Conference

Contact Holly Foster 315-859-4068
Posted October 4, 2009
Tags Faculty Philosophy
Russell Marcus, the Chauncey Truax Postdoctoral Fellow of Philosophy, took five philosophy majors to Buffalo for a two-day conference on Experimental Epistemology. Student attendees Megha Hoon '11, Mike Guzzetti '11, Alysha Banerji '11, Noah Bishop '11 and Pete Gustavson '10 met keynote speaker and godfather of experimental philosophy Prof. Stephen Stich, of Rutgers University. Stich spoke about “Experimental Philosophy and the Bankruptcy of ‘The Great Tradition.”

The group heard papers by other prominent experimental philosophers including Ram Neta (UNC Chapel Hill) and Mark Phelan (Yale); Jonathan Weinberg (Indiana); Shaun Nichols (Arizona); and Mike Bishop (Florida State).

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