Presentations

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

2019

  • “Towards a Critical Theory of Self-Knowledge.” Practical Philosophy Workshop. University of Chicago.

2018

  • “Self-Opacity and the Social World.” Critical Theory Roundtable, Amherst University.
  • “The Illusion of Self-Conceit.” New York German Idealism Workshop, New School for Social Research University. (invited).
  • “Aesthetic Self-Knowledge in Kant’s Third Critique.” American Comparative Literature Association (refereed).
  • “The Paradox of Apology.” Annual Meeting, Central Division of the American Philosophical Association (refereed).

2017

  • “The Paradox of Apology.” Humanistic Ethics Conference. Rice University (invited).

2016

  • “Self-Opacity and Bodily Being (with Picasso’s Half-Length Female Nude).” Expose Yourself.  A talk series at the Art Institute of Chicago in which academics use the permanent collection to present their research to the public.
  • “A Perverse Nature: Freud’s Drive Theory and the Idea of Second Nature.”
    Die Kunst der zweiten Natur. Goethe University Frankfurt.
  • “Kant on Self-Opacity and Self-Conceit.” Annual Meeting, Central Division of the American Philosophical Association (refereed; response by Ryan Kemp).
  • “Opacity is the Rule: On Nomy Arpaly’s Account of Agency.” Opacity, Fragility, Responsibility Workshop at the Phenomenology Research Group, Loyola University Chicago (invited).

2015

  • “Kant on Self-Conceit and Respect for Persons.” The Form of Practical Knowledge (Conference in Honor of Stephen Engstrom). Leipzig Universität.
  • “Repetition and Difference in Film.” Vanderbilt University (invited).

2014

  • “Morality and Victimhood: Nietzschean Objections, Nietzschean Possibilities.” Annual Meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (refereed).
  • “Moral Self-Opacity and Moral Authority.” Society of Fellows Conference, University of Chicago (refereed).

2012

  • “Life in Truth: On Parrhesia in Late Foucault.” Annual Meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (refereed).
  • “I Want to Know More About You: Knowing and Acknowledging in Polanski’s Chinatown.” Experience, Intimacy and Authority Workshop. IV Research Workshop of Identity, Memory and Experience. Universidad Carlos III, Madrid (refereed).
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