Baylor-Georgetown-Notre Dame Philosophy of Religion Conference 2014

Georgetown Main Gates

October 9-11, 2014 at Georgetown University


Jonathan Kvanvig – Baylor University
Michael C. Rea – University of Notre Dame
Mark Murphy – Georgetown University

Thursday, October 9

7:00pm - 8:30pm   Karen Stohr – Georgetown University
“Hope for the Hopeless”

  • Commentator: Micah Lott – Boston College

Friday, October 10

9:00am - 10:25am   Neal Judisch – University of Oklahoma
“Redemptive Suffering”

  • Commentator: Siobhan Nash-Marshall – Manhattanville College

10:35am - 12:00pm   Kathryn Pogin – Northwestern University
“Redemptive or Corruptive? The Atonement and Hermeneutical Injustice”

  • Commentator: Katherin Rogers – University of Delaware

2:30pm - 3:55pm   Christian Miller – Wake Forest University
“Should Christians be Worried about Situationist Claims in Psychology and Philosophy?”

  • Commentator: Dan Moller – University of Maryland

4:05pm - 5:30pm   Christopher Tucker – The College of William and Mary
“Satisficing and Motivated Submaximization (in the Philosophy of Religion)”

  • Commentator: Kelly Heuer – Georgetown University

Saturday, October 11

9:00am - 10:25am   Julia Jorati – The Ohio State University
“Special Agents: Leibniz on the Similarity between Divine and Human Agency”

  • Commentator: Kristin Primus – Georgetown University/New York University

10:35am - 12:00 p.m   Kris McDaniel – Syracuse University
“Being and Essence”

  • Commentator: Trenton Merricks – University of Virginia

2:30pm - 3:55pm   Meghan Page – Loyola University Maryland/Baylor University
“The Posture of Faith: Leaning in to Belief”

  • Commentator: Mark Lance – Georgetown University

4:05pm - 5:30pm   Charity Anderson – Baylor University
“Defeat, Testimony, and Miracle Reports”

  • Commentator: Andy Cullison – DePauw University