Eighteenth Annual Conference of the Society for Philosophy in the Contemporary WorldCorvallis, Oregon: July 23-27, 2011 Saturday, July 23 5:00-6:30 Welcome and Registration 6:30-9:45 Panel: At the Borders of Philosophy (Moderator: Metcalf) 6:30-7:15 J. Orosco, “Aliens & Neighbors: Jane Addams and the Reframing of „Illegal‟ Immigration” 7:15-8:00 D. Rognlie, “Rethinking the Liberal Subject and the Violence of the Maquiladora” 8:00-8:15 Break 8:15-9:00 Adriel Trott, “Border Life vs. Bordered Life: Democracy Against Sovereignty” 9:00-9:45 Carlos Sanchez, “Documents and Subjectivity” 9:45-TBD Bacchanal Sunday, July 24 9:30-11:30 Morning Panel: Thinking in Context (Moderator: Orosco) 9:30-10:30 L. Cannon, “Avoiding and Responding to Moral Taint” 10:30-11:30 C. Matheis, “Feminists in Solidarity” 11:45 Lunch 1:30-4:45 Afternoon Panel: Transcendence, Technology & Sex Robots (Moderator: Zamosc-Regueros) 1:30-2:30 C. Harvey, “Sex Robots and Solipsism” 2:30-3:30 M. Sentesy, “Is Technology Ethically Neutral?” 3:30-3:45 Coffee/Tea 3:45-4:45 P. Lewin, “Ethics and the Call for Transcendence” 5:00-7:30 Dinner 7:00-10:00 Evening Panel: Anarcho-Primitivism (Moderator: Wisnewski) 7:00-7:45 M. Becker, “Anarcho-Primitivism: The Green Scare in Green Political Theory” 7:45-8:30 A. Fiala, “Primitivism, Anarchism and Hope” 8:30-9:15 John Zerzan, “Denying the Unavoidable” 9:15-10:00 Panel Discussion Monday, July 25 Panel on Film and Monuments (Moderator: Teschner) 9:30-10:30 C. Meline, “„Gone Baby Gone‟ and Moral Philosophy” 10:30-11:30 J. Donohoe, “The Betweenness of Monuments” 11:45 Lunch 12:30 Board Bus for Afternoon Outing: Silver Falls State Park Hiking, relaxing, whatnot 6:00 Board Bus at designated location in park 6:30 Dinner in Mt. Angel, then return to Corvallis Tuesday, July 26 9:30-11:30 Morning Panel: Moral Perception, Moral Emotions (Moderator: Metcalf) 9:30-10:30 H. Love, “Retributive Emotions” 10:30-11:30 J. Wisnewski, “A (Partial) Defense of Moral Perception” 11:45 Lunch 1:15-2:15 Business Meeting (Janet Donohoe presiding) 2:15-5:30 Afternoon Panel: Doing Ethics (Moderator: Fiala) 2:15-3:00 J. Fry, “On the Supposed Duty to Try One‟s Hardest in Sports” 3:00-3:45 E. Brown, “The Role of Luck in Moral Responsibility” 3:45-4:00 Coffee/Tea 4:00-4:45 D. Chan, “Is Humanitarian Intervention Ethical?” 4:45-5:30 T. Christie, “Moral Norms as Tools” 5:30-7:30 Dinner 7:30-9:00 Evening Panel: Philosophy with Lani (Moderator: Donohoe) Note: This panel will take place in the Philosophy Dept. Seminar Room 7:30-8:30 Lani Roberts, “An Initial Inquiry into Co-optation” 8:30-9:00 Guest speaker(s) Wednesday, July 27 9:30-11:30 Morning Panel: Philosophy on the Fringe (Moderator: Chan) 9:30-10:30 G. Zamos-Regueros, “Climacus the Humorous Speculator: On the Significance of the Postscript‟s Revocation” 10:30-11:30 G. Teschner, “Doing Philosophy on the Fringe” Bon voyage, y‟al