PROGRAM

 

                        28TH HUME CONFERENCE

 

                          UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA

                                  25-28 JULY, 2001

                                                

 

 

 

 


                                                Wednesday, July 25

 

 

900-1200, 1300-1800 Registration

 

1145-1315  Lunch

 

1330-1430  Concurrent Sessions

 

C1 Room 260

The Gallant and the Philosopher

Livia Guimaraes, Federal University of Minas Gerais

Margaret Atherton, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Commentator

Jacqueline Taylor, Tufts University, Chair

 

C2 Room 350

Hume on the >Natural= in Religion

John Churchill, Hendrix College

Stanley Tweyman, York University, Commentator

Kenneth Merrill, University of Oklahoma, Chair

 

1440-1540 Concurrent Sessions

 

C3 Room 260

General Standards in Hume=s Approach to Morals

Timothy Costelloe, Emory University

Mary Mothersill, Barnard College, Commentator

Kate Abramson, University of Illinois, Urbana‑Champaign, Chair

 

C4 Room 350

Sympathy and Simulation: A Humean Contribution to the Theory of Mind Debate

Bill Wringe, Bilkent University, Ankara

Saul Traiger, Occidental College, Commentator

Wade Robison, Rochester Institute of Technology, Chair

 

1540-1600 Break

 

1600-1715 Plenary Session, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

The Reality of Moral Distinctions

Rachel Cohon, State University of New York, Albany

Don Garrett, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chair

 

1745-1830 Reception, Peninsula Lounge

 

1830-2000 Dinner

 

 

 

 

 


2000-2115 Book Discussion, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

Paul Russell, University of British Columbia, author of Freedom & Moral Sentiment: Hume's Way of Naturalizing Responsibility  

Francis Dauer, University of California, Santa Barbara

Jacqueline Taylor, Tufts University

Corliss Swain, St. Olaf College, Chair

 

 

                                                            Thursday, July 26

 

800-900 Concurrent Sessions

 

C5 Room 260

Locke and Hume on Testimony and the Grounds of Belief

Peter Graham, Saint Louis University

Patrick Rysiew, University of British Columbia, Commentator

Donald L. M. Baxter, University of Connecticut, Chair

 

C6 Room 350

Hume: Old and New

Robert G. Meyers, SUNY, Albany

Miriam McCormick, University of Richmond, Commentator

Fred Wilson, University of Toronto, Chair

 

910-1010 Concurrent Sessions

 

C7 Room 350

The Structure of Hume=s History of England

Frits van Holthoon, University of Groningen

Roger Emerson, University of Western Ontario, Commentator

Adam Potkay, College of William and Mary, Chair

 

C8 Room 260

The Logic of Hume's Sceptical Doubts

Peter Millican, University of Leeds

Robert Fogelin, Dartmouth College, Commentator

Martin Bell, Manchester Metropolitan University, Chair

 

1010-1030 Break

 

1030-1200 Symposium, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

>A wise man, therefore, proportions his belief to the evidence= (EHU 10.4)

Graciela De Pierris, Indiana University

Lorne Falkenstein, University of Western Ontario

João Paulo Monteiro, University of Lisbon, University of São Paulo

Tony Pitson, University of Stirling

David Owen, University of Arizona, Moderator

 


1200-1345 Lunch

 

 

1400-1515 Plenary Session, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

A Short History of Distance: The Enlightenment and its aftermath in the Writing of History

Mark Phillips, University of British Columbia

Paul Wood, Chair

 

1530-1630 Concurrent Sessions

 

C9 Room 350

Hume=s >Supplement to Gulliver=: The Medieval Volumes of The History of England

Adam Potkay, College of William and Mary

Ian Simpson Ross, University of British Columbia, Commentator

James King, Northern Illinois University, Chair

 

C10 Room 260

Locke, Hume and the Idea of Power

Angela Coventry, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Phillip Cummins, University of Iowa, Commentator

Tony Pitson, University of Stirling, Chair

 

1630-1655 Break

 

1700-1800 Concurrent Sessions

 

C11 Room 350

Hume and Historical Knowledge

Dario Perinetti, McGill University

Jennifer Herdt, Notre Dame University, Commentator

Miriam McCormick, University of Richmond, Chair

 

C12  Room 260

Hume on Causal Inference and Causal Necessity

Graciela De Pierris, Indiana University

James Dye, Northern Illinois University, Commentator

Rolf George, University of Waterloo, Chair

 

1830-1945 Dinner

 

2000-2115 Book Discussion, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

Jennifer Herdt, University of Notre Dame, author of Religion and Faction in Hume's Moral Philosophy

Jamie Ferreira, University of Virginia

Wade Robison, Rochester Institute of Technology

William Connolly, University of Evansville, Chair

 

 


                                                                Friday, July 27

 

800-900 Concurrent Sessions

 

C13  Room 260

Humean Courage

Rick McCarty, East Carolina University

Olli Loukola, University of Helsinki, Commentator

Eduardo Velasquez, Washington and Lee University, Chair

 

C14 Room 350

Hume on the Simplicity of Moments

Donald L. M. Baxter, University of Connecticut

David Raynor, University of Ottawa, Commentator

Robert Fogelin, Dartmouth College, Chair

 

910-1010 Concurrent Sessions

 

C15  Room 260

Between Plato and Euthyphro: Hume=s Theory of Moral Value

Corliss Swain, St. Olaf College

Mikael Karlsson, University of Iceland, Commentator

John Bricke, University of Kansas, Chair

 

C16 Room 350

Hume, Infinite Divisibility and Actual Parts Metaphysics

Thomas Holden, Syracuse University

Rolf George, University of Waterloo, Commentator

Lorne Falkenstein, University of Western Ontario, Chair

 

1010-1025 Break

 

1030-1145 Plenary Session, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

The Passions, Character, and Self in Hume

Eugenio Lecaldano, University of Rome (La Sapienza)

David Norton, McGill University, University of Victoria, Chair

 

1150-1300 Lunch

 

1315-1430 Plenary Session, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

Hume and the Politics of Esteem and Contempt

Susan James, Birkbeck College, University of London

James Tully, University of Toronto, Chair

 

1445-1715 Special Plenary Demonstration, Executive Classroom (opposite Room 250)

 

Richard Hunt, Native Artist

 

 


1730-1845 Book Discussion, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

John Bricke, University of Kansas, author of Mind & Morality: An Examination of            
Hume's Moral Psychology

Kate Abramson, University of Illinois, Urbana‑Champaign.

Ken Merrill, University of Oklahoma

Jessica Spector, Trinity College, Chair

 

1845-2000 Dinner

 

2015-2130 Plenary Session, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

Hume's Philosophical Passion

Dario Castiglione, University of Exeter

Elizabeth Radcliffe, University of Delaware; Santa Clara University, Chair

 

 

                                                             Saturday, July 28

 

800-900 Concurrent Sessions

 

C17  Room 260

The Passion of Love: Why Do Hutcheson and Hume Differ Over Its Influence?

Elizabeth Radcliffe, University of Delaware; Santa Clara University

Lisa Shapiro, Cornell University, Simon Fraser University, Commentator

Terence Penelhum, University of Calgary, Chair

 

C18  Room 350

Taking on Trust: Hume and the Origin of Promises

James King, Northern Illinois University

Cindy Holder, University of Victoria, Commentator

Livia Guimaraes, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Chair

 

910-1010 Concurrent Sessions

 

C19  Room 260

Pride & Proper Functioning: What Hume Can Say about What is Wrong

with Taking Pride in Cruelty

Jessica Spector, Trinity College

Jane McIntyre, Cleveland State University, Commentator

Rick McCarty, East Carolina University, Chair

 

C20 Room 350

Hume's Reconciling Project and the common distinction between moral and physical necessity

James Harris, University of Glasgow

Gideon Yaffe, University of Southern California, Commentator

Paul Russell, University of British Columbia, Chair

 

1010-1025 Break

 


1030-1155 Book Discussion, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

Tom Beauchamp, Georgetown University, editor of the Clarendon and Oxford Philosophical Texts Editions of An Enquiry concerning the Principles of Morals and An Enquiry concerning Human Understanding

Phillip Cummins, University of Iowa

Peter Millican, University of Leeds

Fred Wilson, University of Toronto

Ian Simpson Ross, University of British Columbia, Chair

 

1200-1325 Lunch

 

1330-1445  Plenary Session, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

A Humean Account of Rational Agency

Geoff Sayre-McCord, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Saul Traiger, Occidental College, Chair

 

1445-1510 Break

 

1515-1630 Book Discussion, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

Terence Penelhum, University of Calgary, author of Themes in Hume

Donald Ainslie, University of Toronto

Dorothy Coleman, Northern Illinois University

Mavor Moore, University of Victoria, Chair

 

1645-1745 Business Meeting, Arbutus Hall (Room 150)

 

1800-1845 Reception, Peninsula Lounge

 

1845 Conference Banquet

 

 

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                The conference organizers wish to extend special thanks to the

             Department of Philosophy, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

                                                                 to

                             Leslie Solojuk and the staff of Dunsmuir Lodge

                                                             and to

                                               The Dean of Humanities

                                The Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences

                                                The Humanities Centre

                                                       The President

                                The Vice‑President Academic and Provost

                                           The Vice‑President Research

                                                              of the

                                                  University of Victoria

 

 


                                                                   DELEGATES

 

ABRAMSON, Kate

AINSLIE, Donald

ATHERTON, Margaret

BAXTER, Donald

BEAUCHAMP, Tom

BELL, Martin

BRICKE, John

CASTIGLIONE, Dario

CHURCHILL, John

COHON, Rachel

COLEMAN, Dorothy

CONNOLLY, William

COSTELLOE, Tim

COVENTRY, Angela

CUMMINS, Phillip

DAUER, Francis

DE PIERRIS, Graciela

DIEKS, D.

DURLAND, Karánn

DYE, James

EMERSON, Roger

FALKENSTEIN, Lorne

FERREIRA, Jamie

FOGELIN, Robert

GARRETT, Don

GEORGE, Rolf

GRAHAM, Peter

GUIMARAES, Livia

HARRIS, James

HERDT, Jennifer

 

HOLDEN, Thomas

HOLDER, Cindy

ISE, Toshihiko

JAMES, Susan

KARLSSON, Mikael

KATSURAGI, Takao

KING, James

LECALDANO, Eugenio

LOUKOLA, Olli

McCARTY, Rick

McCORMICK, Miriam

McINTYRE, Jane

MERRILL, Kenneth

MEYERS, Robert

MILLICAN, Peter

MONTEIRO, João Paulo

MOORE, Mavor

MOTHERSILL, Mary

NORTON, David

OWEN, David

PENELHUM, Terence

PERINETTI, Dario

PHILLIPS, Mark

PITSON, Tony

POTKAY, Adam

RADCLIFFE, Elizabeth

RAYNOR, David

ROBISON, Wade

 

ROSS, Ian Simpson

RUSSELL, Paul

RYSIEW, Patrick

SAKAMOTO, Tatsuya

SAYRE‑MCCORD, Geoff

SCHABAS, Margaret

SHAPIRO, Lisa

SPECTOR, Jessica

SUMMERFIELD, Henry

SUSATO, Ryu

SWAIN, Corliss

TAYLOR, Jacqueline

TRAIGER, Saul

TULLY, James

TWEYMAN, Stanley

van HOLTHOON, Frits

VANDENBERG, Peggy

VELÁSQUEZ, Eduardo

WILSON, Fred

WRINGE, Bill

WOOD, Paul

YAFFE, Gideon

 


 

 

 

 

 

                                                              The Book Exhibit is in Room 100