“PPE Administration, Curriculum and Logistics.” 2nd Annual PPE Society Meeting. New Orleans, LA, 2018.
“Two Approaches to Rationality: Hobbes’ Foole vs. Hume’s Knave.” 2015 North East Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA, 2015.
“Structurally Accounting for the Significance of Hypothetical Choices in Social Contract Arguments.” APA Central Division Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2012.
“The Moral Complexity in Addressing Second Hand Smoke.” 37th Conference on Value Inquiry, Omaha, NE, 2011.
“Rawls’s Problem with Assumptions.” APA Pacific Division Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2010.
“Against Darwall’s Formal Foundation for Contractualism,” APA Central Division Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2010.
“Scanlon: The ‘New’ Redundancy Objection and Justifiability,” APA Central Division Meeting, Chicago IL, 2009.
“Why Wrongness Motivates and Value does not: A Contractualist Explanation,” 26th International Social Philosophy Conference, Philadelphia, PA 2009.
“Two Approaches to Rationality: Hobbes’ Fool and Hume’s Knave,” APA Pacific Division Meeting, International Hobbes Association Session, Vancouver, BC, 2009.
“Evolutionary Ethics and the Is/Ought Gap,” Darwin’s Reach: Celebrating Darwin’s Legacy across the Disciplines, Hempstead, NY, 2009.
“Locke’s Social Contract Theory and the Derivative Worry,” Northeastern Political Science Association Meeting, Boston, MA, 2008.
“Normative Assumptions and Contractarianism,” 25th International Social Philosophy Conference, Portland, OR 2008.
“Normative Conventionalism,” 35th Conference on Value Inquiry, Ewing, NJ, 2008.
“Choice and Justification,” 32nd Annual Midsouth Philosophy Conference, Memphis, TN, 2008.
Comments on C.D. Meyer’s “Neuro-Ethics and the Is/Ought Problem,” 32nd Annual Midsouth Philosophy Conference, Memphis, TN, 2008.
“Can Francis Hutcheson’s Moral Sense Theory Explain the Reasons an Agent Should Act Morally?” 4th International Reid Symposium, Center for the Study of Scottish Philosophy, Princeton, NJ, 2007; Spring Ethics Conference, Felician College, Lodi, NJ, 2007.
“Clarifying the Notion of Trust,” International Society for Research on the Emotions Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 2006 (poster presentation).