Talks

Paper Presentations

“Autonomy, Alienation and Well-being: Seeing one’s Well-being through Autonomous Action”

Central Division meeting, American Philosophical Association (Poster), February 2018

Society for Mexican American Philosophy, Eastern Division meeting, American Philosophical Association, January 2018

10th meeting of the American Association for Mexican Philosophers, UC, Boulder, September 2017

 

“Objectivism without Alienation” (minor title changes)

Vancouver Summer Philosophy Conference, August 2016

Central States Philosophical Association 2015, November 2015

Northwest Philosophy Conference, October 2015

8th meeting of the American Association for Mexican Philosophers, Columbia University, April 2015

 

“A Defense of Obligations to Learn” (co-authored with Preston J. Werner)

Joint meeting of the South Carolina Society for Philosophy and North Carolina Philosophical Society, February 2016

 

“Reflective Equilibrium, Emptiness and Conservatism”

5th meeting of the American Association for Mexican Philosophers, Rutgers, May 2012

 

“Moral Responsibility and the Notion of Control”

3rd meeting of the American Association for Mexican Philosophers, at the Pacific Division meeting, American Philosophical Association, March 2010

 

“Determinism, Fate and Freedom in Sophocles’ Antigone”

3rd Iberoamerican Conference of Philosophy Students, Bogota, Colombia, April 2009

 

“Kantian Theory of Moral Motivation”

Mexican Association of Philosophy Conference, Mazatlan, October 2007

 

Comments

On “The Resonance Constraint” by Chris Heathwood (UC Boulder)

Kansas Workshop on Well-Being, University of Kansas, July 2017

On “On the Connection Between Racist Ideology and Institutional Racism” by César Cabezas (Columbia)

The 2nd Latinx Philosophy Conference, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, April 2017

On “Well-being and Compliance with Oppression” by Rosa Terlazzo (Kansas State University)

Pacific Division meeting, American Philosophical Association, April 2017

On “Sibling Partiality” by Jeremy Davis (University of Toronto)

Central Division meeting, American Philosophical Association, March 2017

On “Because I said So” by Juan S. Piñeros Glasscock (Yale University)

Eastern Division meeting, American Philosophical Association, January 2017

On “Moral Torch Fishing: A Signaling Theory of Blame” by David Shoemaker and Manuel Vargas

9th meeting of the American Association for Mexican Philosophers, Syracuse University, September 2016

On “Doxastic Blame” by Lindsay Rettler (Ohio State University)

Pacific Division meeting, American Philosophical Association, March 2016

On “Moral Progress in the History of the Moral Norms” by Andres Luco (Nanyang Technological University)

Eastern Division meeting, American Philosophical Association, January 2016

On “Reasons, Dispositions, and Value” by Aaron Elliott (University of Nebraska, Lincoln)

Central States Philosophical Association 2015, November 2015

On “How Not to Defend the Factoring Account” by Sarah Raskoff (University of Arizona)

Central Division meeting, American Philosophical Association, February 2015

On “Can we Believe for Practical Reasons” by Juan Comesaña (University of Arizona)

20th meeting of the Sociedad Filosofica Iberoamericana, Huatulco, Mexico, January 2015

On “On the Causal Import of the Looping Effects of Kinds of People” by Lourdes Ortiz (UCSC)

7th meeting of the American Association for Mexican Philosophers, Stanford University, March 2014

On “Willing that Others” by Carlos Núñez (Stanford University)

6th meeting of the American Association for Mexican Philosophers, Princeton University, May 2013

On “Is Historical Injustice beyond the Scope of Rawlsian Theory?” by Moises Vaca and Juan Espindola

4th meeting of the American Association for Mexican Philosophers, UNAM, Mexico City, May 2011

 

Home Institution Presentations and Comments

Paper Presentations

“Objectivism without Alienation” (minor title changes)

Syracuse University ABD Workshop, December 2015

Working Papers, Syracuse University Philosophy Women’s Group, October 2014

 

“Moral Categoricity and Pragmatics”

Working Papers, Syracuse University, November 2014

 

“Inescapability and the Nature of Moral Normativity”

Working Papers, Syracuse University, November 2013

 

“Reflective Equilibrium, Emptiness and Conservatism” (minor title changes)

Ethics Reading Group, MIT, November 2011

Graduate Student Colloquium, University of Kansas, March 2011

 

Comments

On “Moral Torch Fishing: A Signaling Theory of Blame”

9th meeting of the American Association for Mexican Philosophers, Syracuse University, September 2016

On “Hypocrisy: Tribute Vice Pays to Virtue” by Sam Elgin

Syracuse University Philosophy Graduate Student Conference, March 2015

On “Rational Identities and the Myth of the Taken” by Andrew Flynn

Syracuse University Philosophy Graduate Student Conference, February 2014

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