Philosophy students and faculty present at Wisconsin annual meeting
UW-Green Bay held court at the Wisconsin Philosophical Association’s Annual Meeting in Madison last weekend. Philosophy students Sean Gleason, Anna Hoesley, Joseph Prestley and Michael Lahti presented papers at the event. Gleason presented on the intersection between the measurement problem in quantum mechanics and free will. Hoesley presented on a compatibilist account of free will. Prestley presented on agency and moral autonomy, and Lahti presented on Nietzsche’s conception of cruelty. Associate Prof. Christopher Martin presented a paper on Spinoza’s account of causality. UW-Green Bay was praised by many of the other UW schools in attendance for its commitment to undergraduates and emphasis on high-impact experiences.