Invited talk at the University of Montreal, February 2019.

Recent talks
* = invited
  • “Why Good Character Testimonies Aren’t a Defence for Sexual Misconduct” (2020)

        North American Society for Social Philosophy (NASSP) – Neumann University, Pennsylvania

  • “Beliefs Locked and Loaded” (2020)*

       Department of Psychology – Princeton University

  • “Beliefs Locked and Loaded” (2020)*

       Department of Philosophy – McGill University

  • “Undeceiving Ourselves” (2019)*

       Department of Social Medicine – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

  • “Towards a Theory of Self-Undeception” (2019)

       American Philosophical Association: Pacific Division Meeting – Vancouver

 

  • "Self-Deception, Epistemic Norms, and Mental Tension (2019)*

       Center for Research in Ethics (CRÉ) – Université de Montréal

  • “Towards a Theory of Self-Undeception” (2018) 

       International Meeting of Classic and Empirically  Informed Philosophy – University of   

       Munich

  • “Towards a Theory of Self-Undeception” (2018)  

       Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Action, Institute Jean Nicod 

  • “Can Groups Be Self-Deceived?”, with Éliot Litalien (2018)

       Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Congress – Université du Québec à

       Montréal​​

  • “A Functionalist Account of Group Self-Deception”, with Éliot Litalien (2018)

       Fake Knowledge Conference – University of Cologne, Germany.​​

  • “A Functionalist Account of Group Self-Deception”, with Éliot Litalien (2018)*

       McGill Philosophy Workshop Series  McGill University

  • “Mad About Food: A Defense of Gastronomic Realism” (2018)

       Italian Cultural Institute – Montréal

  • “Towards a Theory of Self- Undeception” (2017)

       Self-Deception: What It Is and What it is Worth – University of Basel, Switzerland

  • “Mad About Food: A Defense of Gastronomic Realism” (2018) 

       Annual Philosophy Retreat – McGill University

  • “Undeceiving Ourselves” (2017)*

       New Perspectives on Self-Deception – Université de Montréal

  • “What Can Reasons Tell Us About Adaptive Preferences?” (2016)

       The North American Society for Social Philosophy (NASSP) 33rd Meeting – Carleton     

       University, Ottawa

  • “Self-control in Action and Belief”, with Sarah Stroud (2016)*

       American Philosophical Association: Central Division Meeting  Chicago 

  • “Self-control in Action and Belief”, with Sarah Stroud (2016)*

       Ethics Colloquium – University of Vermont

  • “How We Believe” (2015)

       Women in Philosophy Conference – University of Amsterdam

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