Thursday, March 28

Arrival and check-in

Friday, March 29

Patterson Office Tower, 18th Floor

9:00-9:30          Coffee & Registration

9:30-10:30        Haixin Dang, “Scientific Authorship and Epistemic Responsibility”

10:30-11:30      Smitha Milli & Ravit Dotan, “Analysis of the Rise of Deep Learning from a Philosophy of Science Perspective”

11:30-12:30      Lunch


12:30-1:30        Mikio Akagi & Frederick Gooding, “Microaggressions & Objectivity”

1:30-2:30          Karen Kovaka, “Explaining Irrationality”

2:30-2:45          Coffee Break

2:45-3:45          Zachary Piso, “Interdisciplinary Environmental Science as Ethical Inquiry”

Keynote: Jacobs Science Building, Room 221


4:30-6:00          Sean Valles, “Humbly Collaborating to Build a Culture of Health”

Saturday, March 30

Contributed Papers: Patterson Office Tower, 18th Floor


10:00-10:30      Coffee

10:30-11:30      Andrew Evans, “How Useful is the Research Domain Criteria?”

11:30-12:30      Nicholas Zautra, “The Philosopher of Science is by Necessity a Social Animal”


12:30-1:30        Lunch


1:30-2:30          Justin Donhauser, “Four Other Ways of Doing Public Philosophy of Science”


Workshop Session, Regional Applications for Philosophy of Science: Patterson Office Tower


2:30-3:00          Overview (Julia Bursten) & Topic Introductions (Kentucky Philosophy Students)

                                    Lauren Dickey, The Opioid Crisis

                                    Christopher Grimsley, Artificial Intelligence

                                    Beau Revlett, Measuring Hunger and Homelessness      

3:00-4:15          Topic Breakout Sessions

4:15-5:00          Breakout Session Reports and Concluding Discussion
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