Videogames and rampant spectation: A detour through the ontology of musical instruments
The annual meeting of the American Society for Aesthetics (ASA) in Washington, DC. November 2020.
Productive pessimism and new ontologies of cognition
The Problem of Cognitive Ontology Workshop at the Center for Philosophy of Science. Pittsburgh, PA. October 2020 (Rescheduled due to COVID-19).
Immigration and the moral self
The first European Experimental Philosophy Conference (Xphi Europe) in Prague, Czechia. June 2020. ( Moved online due to COVID-19).
Why we need a new normativism
The annual meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology (ESPP) in Athens, Greece. September 2019.
Cognition is not a natural kind
Workshop on natural kinds and cognitive science hosted by York University in York, Ontario. June 2019.
Reportability does not entail consciousness: A study of two cases
The annual meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC) in London, Ontario. June 2019.
Things we do together
The annual meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology (SSPP) in Cincinnati. March 2019.
What comes after working memory?
The Cognitive Sciences Speaker Series at the CUNY Graduate Center. March, 2019.*
Working memory is not a natural kind
Neural Mechanisms online Web-conference. September 2018
The annual meeting of the SSPP in San Antonio. March 2018
The aesthetic self
The annual meeting of the European Society of Aesthetics (ESA) in Maribor, Solvenia. June 2018.
The Digital Humanities & Experimental Philosophy Collaborative workshop in Amsterdam, Netherlands. December 2017
Music and the aesthetic self
The annual meeting of the American Society for Aesthetics (ASA) in New Orleans. November 2017
Borders of the moral self
The Self, Motivation, and Virtue project’s second grant awardee meeting in Norman, Oklahoma. June 2017. *
Parole and the moral self
The annual meeting of the SSPP in Savannah, Georgia. March 2017. Prize
Video games as social instruments
The annual meeting of the ASA in New Orleans. November 2016
Phantasia as working memory
The Classics and Cognitive theory conference at NYU. October 2016.
Disbelief as mere belief
The ESPP annual meeting in Saint Andrews, Scotland. August 2016.
Working memory is not a natural kind — early draft
The sixth annual Philosophy of Biology and Cognitive Science Workshop at the Universitat de Barcelona. April 2016.
The ESPP annual meeting in Tartu, Estonia. July 2015.
Joint action as normatively constituted
The SSPP annual meeting in Louisville, KY. March 2016.
Collective Intentionality X Meeting in The Hague, Netherlands. August 2016.
Simulating the margins: Experiential simulation of violence, oppression, and stigmatization through video games
The annual meeting of the ASA in New Orleans. November 2015
Boundaries of the moral self
The ESSP annual meeting in Tartu, Estonia. July 2015.
The SSPP annual meeting in New Orleans, LA. April 2015.
The Interdisciplinary Moral Forum organized and held by Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI. March 2015 *
The end of working memory
The Cognitive Sciences Speaker Series at the CUNY Graduate Center. 2014. *
ESPP annual meeting in Granada, Spain. July 2013.
A review of objections to standard models of working memory
The ESPP annual meeting in Noto, Italy. September 2014.
Describing a New Neuro-ontology for Central Executive Processes
The SSPP annual meeting in Charleston, SC. February 2014. Prize
Frontal-parietal network differences for item and category working memory
The SSPP annual meeting in Savannah, GA. March 2012.
The ontology of mental models
The UNC – Chapel Hill Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. April 2011.
The annual North Georgia Student Philosophy Conference at Kennesaw State University. April 2011.
Language, embodiment and structure
The SSPP annual meeting in New Orleans, LA. March 2011.
The Mid-South Undergraduate Philosophy Conference at the University of Memphis. March 2011.
On the fence: The role of language in cognition
The Phi Sigma Tau Student Philosophy Symposium at the University of North Texas. November 2010.
The Northern New England Philosophical Association at St. Anselm College in Manchester, NH. October 2010.
Extended too far? A response to Adams and Aizawa’s objection to the extended mind hypothesis
The Mid-South Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, at the University of Memphis. March 2010.
Non-refereed talks denoted by “*”
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