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Dan Norton

Dan Norton

Graduate Student

Teaching Assistant


Education:

  1. BA, Philosophy, University of Virginia
  2. MA, Philosophy, California State University, Long Beach (summa cum laude)

Biography:

Areas of Interest: Philosophy of Mind and Free Will
Presentations:
"Do Frankfurt Examples Refute PAP?" Berkeley-Stanford-Davis Philosophy Graduate Student Conference, University of California, Berkeley, 2007
"The Foundations of Libertarian Free Will," California State University, Long Beach Philosophy Day, 2013
"Zombies, Evolution, and the Hard Problem of Consciousness" (workshop), University of California, Davis, 2014
"A Challenge to the Causal Closure of the Physical" (poster), The Science of Consciousness conference, Tucson, AZ, 2016

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