Conference Videos

Big Picture Thoughts on Infinite Utility
Big Picture Thoughts on Infinite Utility

Peter Vallentyne,
University of Missouri

More is Still Not Always Better
More is Still Not Always Better

Barbara Montero,
CUNY Graduate Centre

Cantorian and Non-Cantorian Theories
Cantorian and Non-Cantorian Theories

Philip Ehlrich,
Ohio State University

Great Expectations
Great Expectations: Surreals and Infinitarian Paralysis

Eddy Chen and Daniel Rubio,
Rutgers University

Realism and Hypereals in Infinite Decision Making
Realism and Hypereals in Infinite Decision Making

Kenny Easwaran,
Texas A & M University

Intergenerational Equity on Infinite Utility Streams
Intergenerational Equity on Infinite Utility Streams

Ram Sewak Dubey,
Montclair State University

Some Issues Related to Infinite Ethics
Some Issues Related to Infinite Ethics

Nick Bostrom,
Oxford University

 

 

The Princeton Conference on Infinite Utility took place during October 2015 at Princeton University’s Palmer House. Conference speakers included Nick Bostrom (Oxford), Mark Johnston (Princeton), Barbara Montero (CUNY), Peter Vallentyne (Missouri), Ram Sewak Dubey (Montclair State), Kenny Easwaran (Texas A & M), Philip Ehrlich (Ohio), Eddy Chen (Rutgers) and Daniel Rubio (Rutgers). Videos of many of these workshop-style presentations can be found above.


 

Casey O'Callaghan, Rice University
Casey O'Callaghan, Rice University

Not All Perceptual Experience is Modality Specific

Susanna Siegel, Harvard University
Susanna Siegel, Harvard University

Affordances and the Contents of Perception

Ned Block, NYU
Ned Block, NYU

Seeing-As in the Light of Vision Science

Alex Byrne, MIT
Alex Byrne, MIT

Knowing that I am in Pain

Susanna Schellenberg, Rutgers University
Susanna Schellenberg, Rutgers University

The Particular Elements of Perceptual Experience

Christopher Peacocke, Columbia University
Galen Strawson, UT Austin
Galen Strawson, UT Austin

Real Direct Realism

 

The first Sanders Conference was held at Princeton University from November 1st – 3rd, 2013, on the topic of the philosophy of perception. These are recordings of the papers from each of the keynote speakers.

Marc Sanders Foundation Conferences aim to bring together experts in the field to present their research and interact with one another’s ideas. These conferences are held in conjunction with existing philosophy departments and are free and open to all academics, students, and interested members of the public who wish to attend.