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  • The North American Society for

    Social Philosophy

    34th International Social Philosophy

    Conference

    Justice: Social, Criminal & Juvenile

    July 13 to July 15, 2017 Loyola University

    Chicago, Illinois, USA

  • Welcome. Just a few things before we begin. We would like to remind you that our accessibility guidelines for the conference stipulate that under no circumstances may the lighting be changed in any of the rooms and that powerpoint or other projected light may not be used unless your session is already specified on the printed program as one in which this sort of technology will be used. Chairs, it will be part of your job to make sure that presenters follow these guidelines during your sessions. For chairs who are moderating sessions that are not marked on the program as containing powerpoint or video, please make sure that projector screens are up and projectors are off at the beginning of the session and remain this way. For chairs who are moderating sessions that are already marked on the program as containing powerpoint or video, we ask that you make sure to turn off the overhead projector and put the projector screen up at the end of the presentation that is using this technology. Our sessions are in several different buildings: Klarcheck Information Commons, 4th Floor ICC, 4th Fl. Cudahy Science Hall Cudahy Cuneo Hall Cuneo Damen Student Center Damen Coffey Hall, McCormick Lounge McCormick Dumbach Hall Dumbach Crown Center for the Humanities Crown

  • * Using Powerpoint ** Due to Academic Boycott of International Conferences held in the US, will be Skyping in.

    Thursday, July 13

    Registration & Book Display: 8:15 am - 12:00 pm (ICC, 4th Fl.)

    Session I: 9:00 - 10:20 am

    I-A. Mass Incarceration and Justice (Damen 216) Chair: Corwin Aragon, Cal Poly Pomona

    Toward a Discourse Democratic Critique of the American Criminal Justice System Seth Mayer, Manchester University, Indiana Mass Incarceration, Functionalism, and Game Theory* Jeffrey R. Hastings, Binghamton University

    I-B. Corporate Responsibilities (Cudahy 202) Chair: Jonathan Peterson, Loyola University New Orleans

    Does it Matter Whether Corporations are Part of the Basic Structure of Society? Brian Berkey, University of Pennsylvania Bioethics, Complementarity, and Corporate Criminal Liability

    Ryan Long, Philadelphia University

    I-C. Justice in Education (Cuneo 324) Chair: Katrina England, Binghamton University

  • Substantive Reciprocity and Educational Justice* Jenn Dum, Binghamton University, SUNY Religious Schools, Indoctrination and the Broader Scope of Harm Michael Merry, University of Amsterdam

    I-D. Oppression and Underrepresentation (McCormick)

    Chair: Andrea C. Westlund, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee The Unique Injustice of Underrepresentation in Videogames* Joshua Crabill, University of Indianapolis The Game is Rigged: Responsibility Under Oppression Nicole Dular, Franklin College

    Refreshment Break: 10:20 - 10:40 am (ICC, 4th Fl.)

    Session II: 10:40 am - 12:00 pm II-A. Nietzschean Perspectives (Cuneo 324)

    Chair: Jenn Dum, Binghamton University, SUNY Intersubjectivity and Deep Possession: Nietzsche on Liberating Education Katrina England, Binghamton University ISIS in the Afterlife? Geoffrey Karabin, Neumann College

    II-B. Epistemic Wrongness and Badness (McCormick)

    Chair: Nancy Arden McHugh, Wittenberg University

  • Identity-Prejudice Belief's Unique Epistemic Badness* Eric Bayruns Garcia, The Graduate Center, CUNY

    Toward Restorative Justice in Epistemic Justice Ben Almassi, Governors State University

    Lunch: 12:00 - 1 pm, on ones own

    Session III: 1 - 3 pm

    III-A. The Ethics of Policing (ICC, 4th Fl.) Chair: Kathryn Norlock, Trent University Policing and Virtue Ethics: A Means for Reform Jennifer A. Baker, College of Charleston Police Identity and Affirmative Action Vita Emery, Fordham University Restoration and Democratic Justice

    Richard M. Buck, Mount St. Marys University

    III-B. Structural Epistemic Injustice (Damen 216)

    Chair: Eric Bayruns Garcia, The Graduate Center, CUNY Resisting Structural Epistemic Injustice* Michael D. Doan, Eastern Michigan

    University Faces of Epistemic Oppression Corwin Aragon, Cal Poly Pomona Ending Life: Incarceration, Health and Institutional Epistemic Injustice* Nancy Arden McHugh, Wittenberg University

  • III-C. Public Reason and Discourse on Justice (Cuneo 324) Chair: Seth Mayer, Manchester University, Indiana

    Just Wide Enough: Public Reason and Indeterminacy James Boettcher, Saint Joseph's University The Irreducible Sociality of Public Reason: Why Sharing is Not Enough Joshua Keton, The Graduate Center, CUNY

    Is, Ought, and Justice Matt Silliman, Massachusetts College of

    Liberal Arts

    III-D. Families and Criminal Justice (Cudahy 202) Chair: Caroline Perry, University of Michigan Weighing in the Balance: Reflections on the Sentencing Process from a Children's Rights Perspective Aisling Parkes, University College Cork,

    Ireland [empty slot] Conjugal Visits and Skype Calls from Prison: The Moral Importance of Enabling Inmates to Maintain Special Relationships

    Alida Liberman, University of Indianapolis

    III-E. Bias and its Effects (McCormick) Chair: Ann Levey, University of Calgary

    Baskets Full of Biases: A Continuum of Biases and Their Differentia Eric Chelstrom, St. Mary's University Does Voir Dire Undermine the Epistemic Purpose of Criminal Trials? John R. Harris, Texas Christian University Does Ideology Critique Rest on a Mistake?

  • Kirun Sankaran, Brown University Refreshment Break: 3 3:30 pm (ICC, 4th Fl.)

    First Plenary Session: Criminal Justice in Cook County

    3:30 5:30 pm (ICC, 4th Fl.)

    Chair: Ann Levey, University of Calgary

    Superintendent Leonard B. Dixon, Cook County Juvenile Detention Center

    Karen Daniel, Esq., Clinical Professor of Law, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law; Director, Center on Wrongful Convictions.

    Laura Caldwell, J.D., Professor of Law, Loyola University Chicago School of Law; Founder and Director, Loyolas Life after Innocence Project

    Reception and Banquet: 6:15 9:15 pm (Uncommon Ground, 1401 W. Devon Ave.)

    Friday, July 14 Breakfast: On ones own Registration & Book Display: 8:15 am - 12:00 pm (ICC, 4th

  • Fl.)

    Session IV: 9:00 - 10:20 am IV-A. Immigration, Marginalized Communities and Justice (Cudahy 206)

    Chair: Tracey Nicholls, Lewis University Decolonizing Colonias: Naming Neighborhoods on the US-Mexico Border Ian Werkheiser, University of Texas Rio

    Grande Valley Identitarian/Communitarian: Immigration Justice and the Alt-Right Kyle Thomsen, Saint Francis University

    IV-B. Responsibilities to Trauma Survivors (Dumbach 118) Chair: Lavender McKittrick-Sweitzer, Ohio State University

    Trauma, Transformation, and the Rationality of Desire Amber Rose Carlson, Vanderbilt University Willing Grief Otherwise: Stories of Unscripted Interpreting in Cases of Sexual Violence Kit Connor, University of Oregon

    IV-C. Immigration and Identity (Dumback 229)

    Chair: Mark Navin, Oakland University Passing and Authentic Selves: An Immigrant's Philosophical Reflections Roksana Alavi, University of Oklahoma To Have or Not to Have a World: Hannah Arendt on Refugees Florian Johannes Grosser, UC Berkeley /

  • University of St. Gallen

    IV-D. Options to Current Criminal Sanctions (Crown 140)

    Chair: Emily McGill-Rutherford, Keene State College

    Pedophilia and the Legal Implications of Significant Volitional Impairment*

    Caroline Elizabeth Perry, University of Michigan

    Prostitution and Social Justice: Alternative Legal Approaches Jeffrey Gauthier, University of Portland

    IV-E. Trusting Relationships and Trusting Groups (Crown 142)

    Chair: Joshua Keton, The Graduate Center, CUNY Blame, Trust, and Epistemic Injustice* Kayleigh A. Doherty, University of Sheffield Trusting Groups and Group Trustworthiness* Caleb Andrew Harrison, University of North

    Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Refreshment Break: 10:20 - 10:40 am (ICC, 4th Fl. )

    Session V: 10:40 am - 12:00 pm V-A. The Role of Empathy (Cudahy 206)

    Chair: Caleb Harrison, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Should We Care About Empathy?

  • Elizabeth Ann Sperry, William Jewell College Empathy and Its Central Role in Racial Justice Atabak Akhlaghi, University of Oklahoma

    V-B. Relational Autonomy (Dumbach 118) Chair: Aisling Parkes, University College Cork, Ireland

    Relational Autonomy and Practical Authority Andrea C. Westlund, University of Wisconsin-

    Milwaukee You Say Autonomy, I Say Justice Emily McGill-Rutherford, Keene State

    College V-C. Immigration and Exclusion (Dumbach 229)

    Chair: Ian Werkheiser, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

    An Argument for a Historicized Intersectional Analysis of the Treatment of Undocumented Populations Zahra Meghani, University of Rhode Island Injustices from the Institutions: Denial to Be Considered as a Subject of Justice

    Irene Ortiz, Universidad Autnoma de Madrid

    V-D. Boundaries of Compassion and of Slurs (Crown 140) Chair: I. Larry Udell, West Chester University The Limits of Compassion: Why One Should Not Have Compassion for Nazis Barret