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2016 Davis Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

The 2016 Davis Undergraduate Philosophy Conference was held on campus Saturday, April 23rd in the Andrews Conference Room. Students from around the region presented work on Frege, the philosophy of mind, social philosophy, and epistemology. The conference was organized by the Davis Philosophy Club and featured a keynote lecture by Sacramento State professor Dan Weijer.



Frege Yiting Dai (UC Davis)

Mind, Understanding, and Artificial Intelligence Danielle Williams (Sacramento State)

(Faculty keynote lecture) What We Value: An Experimental Investigation of the Good Life Dan Weijer (Sacramento State)

Economics and Social Justice: A Type-Token Consideration Logan Zeppieri (Sacramento State)

Critique of Assam's "Knowing What You Believe" Joseph Gurrola (Sacramento State)

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