Friday, October 3, 2014

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BAPT Conference

Baylor University

October 3-5, 2014 Friday, October 3, 2014

Registration: 1:00-4:00 p.m

. – Morrison Hall 219 Commons Area

Session 1: 2:15-2:45 pm

Room 102: The Posture of Faith – Meghan Dupree Room 100: Teaching with Ethos – Blake McAllister

2:45 – 3:00 Coffee, Soda & Snacks – Morrison Hall 107 Session 2: 3:00-3:45 pm

Room 108: The Role of Irony in the Quest for Wisdom – Bryan Yorton Room 110: Why Should We Teach Undergraduates about the Capital Vices? – Robert Kruschwitz Room 105: Aristotle on Sex and the Sexes – Nathan Cartagena

Session 3: 4:00-4:45 pm

Room 108: Telling a Larger Story – Dan Stiver Room 110: The Prophetic Mode of Philosophy in the Undergraduate Classroom – Karl Aho Room 105: Narrative Approach to Probabilities – Brandon Dahm

Session 4: 5:00-5:45 pm

Room 108: Counter-Ethics: Phenomenological Virtues in the Work of Jean-Luc Marion – Amy Antoninka Room 110: Practical Pedagogical Advice – Sean Riley Room 105: Methodism and Particularism in Teaching Applied Ethics – Brad Rettler

Dinner - 6:30-7:30 - McLane Stadium – President’s Suite Plenary Session -7:30-9:00 - McLane Stadium -

Dr. Dan Bonevac, Professor of Philosophy, University of Texas

More Things on Heaven and Earth: Neglected Options in Teaching Undergraduate Philosophy

Saturday, October 4, 2014

8:00 – 9:00 AM - Pastries, Coffee, and Juice – Morrison Hall 107 Session 5: 9:00-9:45 a.m.

Room 108: Divine Moral Authority – Jared Brandt Room 110: Iris Murdoch & Rebecca Goldstein: Two Philosophers, Two Platonists, Two Novelists – Stuart Rosenbaum Room 105: A Thomistic Account of Wisdom and Pride – Alina Beary

Session 6: 10:00-10:45

Room 108: The Real

Euthyphro

Problem – Doug Henry Room 110: Austere Consolation, Fantasy, and Hope in Iris Murdoch – Scott Moore Room 105: On Docility – Darin Davis

Session 7: 11:00-11:45

Room 110: The Roots of Religious Governance in Aristotle’s Distribution Program – Jeremy Neill Room 105: Humbly Accepting Limits – Maria Kenney

Lunch on Your Own: 11:45-1:00 pm Session 8: 1:00-1:45 pm

Room 108: A Look at Plato’s

Symposium

as a Model of Philosophical Education – Cody Dolinsek Room 105: How Clear Pedagogical Choices Help Students Solve Their Problems – Leslie Ballard

Session 9: 2:00-2:45 pm

Room 108: Viva la revolución! Cultural Models of Emotion Regulation in Plato's

Republic

– Paul Carron and Anne Marie Schultz Room 110: Is Pacifism Too Extreme to be a Virtue? – Edwin Bagley Room 105: Being All Things to All People – Lewis Pearson

2:45 – 3:00 - Coffee, Soda & Snacks – Morrison Hall 107 Session 10: 3:00-3:45

Room 108: Anselm’s Apophatic Ontological Argument? – Gregory Poore Room 110: A Critical Assessment of Douglas Groothuis’s

Christian Apologetics

– Randall Bush Room 105: Two Very Broad Approaches to Christian Education – John Mullen

Session 11: 4:00-4:45

Room 108: Perceiving God Through Natural Beauty -- Ryan West and Adam Pelser Room 110: Can Virtue be Taught in Medicine? – Niloy Shah Room 105: When Not to Play Games – Dan Johnson

6:00 – 7:00 – Dinner McMullen Faculty Center (on Campus) 7:00 – 9:30 – Plenary Session – Dr. Robert Roberts, Distinguished Professor of Ethics, Baylor University

Gratitude and Humility

Sunday, October 5, 2014

8:30 – 9:30 AM - Pastries, Coffee, and Juice – Morrison Hall 107 Session 12: 9:30-10:15 a.m.

Room 108: The Habit and the Drum: The Role of the Liberal Arts in the Treatment of Moral Injury – John Wolfe Room 110: The Special Value of Other-Centeredness – Ryan Byerly Room 105: Is God Unlucky? – Dennis Sansom

Session 13: 10:30-11:15 a.m.

Room 108: Defining Despair – Jonathan Sands-Wise and Janelle Aijian Room 110: Cosmopolitan Christianity and Justice – Roger Ward Room 105: Love is Hell: Eternal Punishment, Divine Hiddenness, and the Inescapable Love of God – Zach Manis

Worship Service: 11:30-12:00 Brooks Chapel – Led by Doug Henry Adjourn

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