Philosophy Research Spotlight

Travis Hreno is presenting a paper, "The Liberty Enhancing Effects of Jury Nullification," at the Midsouth Philosophy Conference being held at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee on March 22.  He will also be commenting on a paper by Daniel Hunter of the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology entitled "The Problem of Moral Context."  Dr. Hreno's area of specialization is philosophy of law.

Dimitria Gatzia, the Philosophy Department's chair, chaired two sessions and commented on two papers, Alessandra Buccella's "Two Approaches to Perceptual Constancy" and Nada Gligorov's "Don't Worry, This Will Only Hurt a Bit: The Role of Expectation and Attention in Pain Intensity," earlier in March at the Southern Society of Philosophy and Psychology Conference in Cincinnati.

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