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Help the Department of Philosophy Meet Kay’s Challenge!!

We are thrilled to announce that Kay Craigie (GSU Phil BA ’68) has issued a fundraising challenge to GSU’s philosophy community. For every dollar we raise, Kay will give two dollars! Her challenge to us is to raise $5,000, and then she will give $10,000. These funds will go to the Philosophy Student Support Fund. They will help philosophy students who excel academically and have financial need. We have so many philosophy majors like that!

You may give at https://netcommunity.gsu.edu/make-a-gift, choose OTHER as the Designation, and then type Philosophy Student Support Fund or the fund number 020306. Or you may give by check.*

As Kay is fond of saying, “Philosophy helps you smell the BS before you step in it.” I urge to join Kay in helping our students avoid stepping in it!


Rob Boudreau at the Conference of the European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions (EPSSE)

Rob Boudreau‘s paper, “Distinguishing Two Types of Motivation to Explain Fictional Emotions” has been accepted for presentation at the Second Annual Conference of the European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions (EPSSE) in Edinburgh on July 15-17.

Posted on 3/18/2015

Jumana Morciglio at the Conference of the European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions (EPSSE)

Jumana Morciglio‘s paper, “What the experience of effort tells us about self-control: defending an actional view of synchronic self-control” has been accepted for presentation at the Second Annual Conference of the European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions (EPSSE) in Edinburgh on July 15-17.

Posted on 3/18/2015

Patrick Cox (MA 2012) at the joint meeting of the Rousseau Association and the International Adam Smith Society

Patrick Cox‘s paper, “Themes from Smith and Rousseau,” has been accepted for presentation at joint meeting of the Rousseau Association and the International Adam Smith Society in Glasgow, Scotland on July 20-22

Posted on 3/17/2015

Razia Sahi at the International Society for the Research of Emotion Conference (ISRE) and the Conference of the European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions (EPSSE)

Razia Sahi‘s paper, “The MSCEIT Misses the Mark: Emotional Intelligence is a Practical Ability” has been accepted for presentation at the International Society for the Research of Emotion Conference (ISRE) in Geneva, Switzerland on July 8-10 and also at the Second Annual Conference of the European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions (EPSSE) in Edinburgh on July 15-17.

Posted on 3/16/2015

Nathan Dahlberg at the Society for Philosophy and Psychology Conference

Nathan Dahlberg’s paper, “Explaining Emotional Action: A Humean Response to the Non-Sufficiency Argument” has been accepted for presentation at 2015 Society for Philosophy and Psychology at Duke University on June 4-6.

Posted on 3/12/2015

Aaron Sullivan Publishes Paper

Aaron Sullivan’s paper, “Personhood and Identity in Arendt’s Total Domination,” has been accepted for publication in Dialogue.

Posted on 3/2/2015

Nathan Ward Wins Troy Moore Prize

The 2015 winner of the Troy Moore Undergraduate Ethics Essay Contest is Nathan Douglas Ward for his paper, “Moral Responsibility and Epistemic Vice: A Reply to FitzPatrick on Rosen’s Moral Responsibility Skepticism.”

Posted on 2/16/2015

Karey Perkins Publishes Paper

Karey Perkins’ paper, “The Peirce-Percy Semiotic,” has been accepted for publication in Walker Percy: Philosopher, Leslie Vancouver, ed., (LSU Press 2016).

Posted on 2/9/2015

Dylan Murray Publishes Papers

Dylan Murray’s papers, “God knows (but does God believe?)” in Philosophical Studies, 166 (2013): 83-107 and “Situationism, Going Mental, and Modal Akrasia” in Philosophical Studies (May 2014) have been published.

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11098-012-0022-5

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11098-014-0330-z

Posted on 1/27/2015

JP Messina(GSU MA 2013) Publishes Paper

JP Messina’s paper which co-authored with Dr. Chris Suprenant, ” Situationism and the Neglect of Negative Moral Education,” has been published in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice .

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10677-014-9558-0

Posted on 1/26/2015

Brett Mullins at the Southeast Philosophy Conference

Brett Mullins’s paper, ” On Probability Assessment in the Original Position,” has been accepted for presentation at Formal Ethics 2015 conference at the University of Bayreuth in German on July 3-5.

Posted on 1/26/2015

Jared Riggs at the Southeast Philosophy Conference

Jared Riggs’s paper, ” Can Public Reason Admit the Truth?” has been accepted for presentation at Southeast Philosophy Conference at Clayton State on Feb 20-21.

Posted on 1/23/2015

Matt Andler at the North Carolina Philosophical Society

Matt Andler’s paper, “Is Gender Needed for Justice?” has been accepted for presentation at the North Carolina Philosophical Society on February 27-28.

Posted on 1/21/2015

Jay Spitzley Publishes Paper

Jay Spitzley’s paper, “The Importance of Correctly Explaining Intuitions: Why Pereboom’s Four-Case Manipulation Argument is Manipulative,” has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Cognition and Neuroethics.

Posted on 1/21/2015

Travis Holmes at the Georgia Philosophical Meeting

Travis Holmes’ paper, “Marx’s Historical Materialism and the Underdetermination Problem,” has been accepted for presentation at the Georgia Philosophical Meeting on January 31st.

Posted on 1/20/2015

Andrew Vierra at the Georgia Philosophical Meeting

Andrew Vierra’s paper, “Psychopathy and Moral Responsibility,” has been accepted for presentation at the Georgia Philosophical Meeting on January 31st.

Posted on 1/20/2015

Andrew Vierra at the Southeast Philosophy Conference

Andrew Vierra’s paper, ” Was Empedocles a Normative Ethicist?” has been accepted for presentation at Southeast Philosophy Conference at Clayton State on Feb 20-21.

Posted on 1/5/2015

Aaron Sullivan at St. Louis University’s conference on The Ontology of the Human Person

Aaron Sullivan ‘s paper “Personhood and Identity in Arendt’s Total Domination,” has been accepted for presentation at St. Louis University’s conference on The Ontology of the Human Person, January 30-31, 2015.

Posted on 12/18/2014

Stephanie Hare featured

Stephanie Hare’s article, “Agency Revisited: Dr. Heidi Ravven on Moral Psychology, Ethics and the Myth of Free Will,” was featured The Neuroethics Blog.

http://www.theneuroethicsblog.com/2014/12/agency-revisited-dr-heidi-ravven-on.html.

Posted on 12/3/2014

Dr. Neil Van Leeuwen featured

Dr. Neil Van Leeuwen was featured on England’s Daily Mail.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2803241/can-scientific-religious-philosopher-says-opposing-views-not-conflicting-thought.html

Posted on 10/23/14

Ayesha Kirk featured

Our phil major Ayesha Kirk was featured on the Honors College web page.

http://honors.gsu.edu/2014/10/06/student-profile-ayesha-kirk/

Posted on 10/14/14

Dr. Dan Weiskopf featured

Dr. Dan Weiskopf currently the Featured Scholar on The Brains Blog.

http://philosophyofbrains.com/2014/10/08/introducing-dan-weiskopf.aspx

Posted on 10/14/14

How Philosophy Makes You a Better Leader (Harvard Business Review)

A recent piece on the web site of the Harvard Business Review

http://blogs.hbr.org/2014/09/how-philosophy-makes-you-a-better-leader/

Posted on 10/6/14

Dr. Justin Coates(GSU MA 2007) on Flickers of Freedom

Justin Coates’ entries on the blog Flickers of Freedom.

http://philosophycommons.typepad.com/flickers_of_freedom/2014/10/ahoy.html

Posted on 10/2/14

Where to go to study Nietzsche: GSU MA “Remains Far and Away the Best Choice” in the US

On Brian Leiter’s Nietzsche Blog, the 2014 edition of “Where to go to study Nietzsche” reports that
“For a student looking to do a terminal M.A. […] in the U.S., Georgia State University remains far and away the best choice: in addition to solid coverage of moral, political and legal philosophy, ancient philosophy, and philosophy of mind and cognitive science, the department has two well-known scholars who work on Nietzsche (Jessica Berry and Gregory Moore), and two other faculty who work on Kant and post-Kantian German philosophy (Sebastian Rand and Eric Wilson).”

The full post can be found at
http://brianleiternietzsche.blogspot.com/2014/09/where-to-go-to-study-nietzsche-2014.html?m=1

Posted on 9/12/2014

Andrea Scarantino Wins Humboldt Fellowship

Dr. Andrea Scarantino has been awarded Humboldt Fellowship. For more information.
Posted on 9/10/14

Bret Mullin at the joint meeting of the Indiana Philosophical Society and the Hegel, Analytic Philosophy, and Formal Logic Conference

Bret Mullins’ paper, “The Inconsistency of Gauthier’s Market Contractarianism,” has been accepted for presentation at the joint meeting of the Indiana Philosophical Society and the Hegel, Analytic Philosophy, and Formal Logic Conference.
Posted on 9/9/2014

Jay Spitzley at Free Will, Moral Responsibility, and Agency Conference

Jay Spitzley’s paper, “Why Pereboom’s Four-Case Manipulation Argument is Manipulative,” has been accepted for presentation at the Free Will, Moral Responsibility, and Agency Conference at Florida State University.
Posted on 9/4/2014

Nathan Houck at Free Will, Moral Responsibility, and Agency Conference

Nathan Houck’s paper, “Arguing Against Smilansky’s Funishment Reductio on Deontological Grounds,” has been accepted for presentation at the Free Will, Moral Responsibility, and Agency Conference at Florida State University.
Posted on 9/3/2014

Bobby Bingle Wins 2014 Munster Award

Bobby Bingle has been chosen by the faculty as the 2014 Munster Award winner. The Munster Award is given by the faculty to a graduate student at the end of their first year on the basis of academic excellence, including (but not limited to) course grades, courses taken, and participation in academically-oriented departmental activities. This award was endowed by a generous contribution from Dr. Ralf Munster, Chair of the Department of Philosophy from 1965 to 1978.
Posted 9/2/2014

Jason Gray (GSU MA 2005) Joins UAB Faculty

Jason Gray has joined faculty of the University of Alabama – Birmingham as a Visiting Assistant Professor.
Posted 8/29/2014

William Allen (GSU MA 2007) Joins Morgan State Faculty

William Allen has joined faculty of Morgan State University as a visiting lecturer.
Posted 8/22/2014

Gerald Taylor at AL Phil Society

Gerald Taylor’s paper, “Autonomy and the (Non)Problem of Manipulation,” has been accepted for presentation at the Alabama Philosophical Society.
Posted on 8/17/2014

Nathan Dahlberg at AL Phil Society

Nathan Dahlberg’s paper, “Thought Experiments as a Tool for Expanding Logical Space,” has been accepted for presentation at the Alabama Philosophical Society.
Posted on 8/16/2014

Jay Spitzley (GSU MA Student) and Sam Sims (GSU MA 2013) At Free Will Conference

Jay Spitzley’s paper, “Why Pereboom’s Four-Case Manipulation Argument is Manipulative,” and Sam Sims’ paper, “Moral Responsibility for Self-Control: Failure and the Limitations of Will Power,” will be presented at the Insight Institute of Neurosurgery and Neuroscience’s Free Will Conference in Flint, Michigan on October 10-11, 2014.
Posted on 7/24/2014

Ayesha Kirk (GSU Phil BA Student) Wins Altman Scholarship

Ayesha Kirk has been chosen by the faculty as the new Altman Scholar. The Altman Scholarship is awarded every other year to a philosophy major on the basis of financial need and academic merit. It provides a scholarship of $1,500 a year for two years.
Posted on 7/17/2014

Brett Mullins (GSU Phil BA Student) at Pittsburgh Phil Colloquium

Brett Mullins’ paper, “On Probability Assessment in the Original Position,” has been accepted for presentation to the Pittsburgh Area Philosophy Colloquium.
Posted on 7/17/2014

Karey Perkins (GSU Phil MA 2014) Joins Institute for Studies in Pragmatism

Karey Perkins (GSU MA 2014) has been appointed a permanent member of the Institute for Studies in Pragmatism at Texas Tech University.
Posted on 7/17/2014

Jennifer Daigle’s Paper at SAGP

Jennifer Daigle’s paper “Autonomy in Plato’s Republic” has been accepted to the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy at Fordham University, Oct. 24-26, 2014.
Posted on 7/13/2014

Casey Fowler (GSU BA 2014) to Pardot/Salesforce

Casey Fowler got her “dream job” as a Documentation Wizard for Pardot/Salesforce. Casey reports that “the philosophy program at GSU has been awesome, and I really appreciate the faculty. I feel like I’ve become a much better communicator and thinker, and I really feel as if you all have helped me find the tools to be successful. Again, I’m certain that my background in philosophy has helped me get to this point (I think the philosophy degree was a major selling point).”

Mr. Keith Diener is an Assistant Professor of Public Law at Richard Stockton College.

Keith William Diener was the first graduate of Georgia State University’s joint JD/MA program in law in philosophy in 2006. His thesis, “A Defense of Soft Positivism: Justice and Principle Processes” was directed by Dr. Andrew Altman. Following his graduation from GSU, Keith completed his LL.M. in International and Comparative Law from George Washington University and then enrolled in Georgetown University’s Doctor of Liberal Studies degree program. Keith has published articles including “The Road to Discrimination: Implications of the Thought of F.A. Hayek for Equal Employment Law,” Journal of Employment and Labor Law (Spring 2013) and “Recovering Attorneys’ Fees under CISG: An Interpretation of Article 74,” Nordic Journal of Commercial Law (November 2008).

Karey Perkins (GSU Phil MA 2014) Joins University of Maryland’s Collegiate Traveling Faculty

Karey Perkins has been appointed to the Collegiate Traveling Faculty of the University of Maryland. Collegiate Traveling Faculty teach U.S. military troops around the world. Karey will be located primarily in Europe. They will move her every semester (8 weeks) or two semesters (16 weeks) to different military bases throughout Europe. Sometimes, she will teach in the Middle East.
Posted on 6/9/2014

Ryan Born (GSU Phil MA 2011) Wins Essay Contest

Ryan Born has won Sam Harris’ Moral Landscape Challenge.
Posted on 6/3/2014

Hyoung Kim (GSU Phil MA Student) in at Stanford

Hyoung Kim has been accepted into the philosophy PhD program at Stanford University.
Posted on 4/15/2014

Chetan Cetty (GSU Phil MA Student) in at Penn and ANU

Chetan Cetty has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at the University of Pennsylvania and Australia National University.
Posted on 2/28/2014, updated 4/15/2014

David DiDomenico (GSU Phil MA Student) in at Florida State and Miami

David DiDomenico in the philosophy PhD programs at Florida State University and Miami University.
Posted on 2/26/2014, updated 4/14/2014

Hyoung Kim (GSU MA Student) at Princeton-Penn Columbia Conference

Hyoung Kim’s paper, “A Preliminary Proof of the Completeness of Kant’s Table of Judgments,” has been accepted for presentation at the Princeton-Penn-Columbia conference in the history of philosophy.
Posted on 4/13/2014

Andrew Altman Wins NEH

Andy Altman and Abbas Barzegar (GSU Religious Studies) have been awarded a grant by the National Endowment for the Humanities for the purpose of developing and teaching a new course: “What is Religious Tolerance? Ethical Perspectives from Jewish, Christian, Islamic, and Secular Traditions.”
Posted on 4/11/2014

Eddy Nahmias Promoted to Full Professor

Dr. Edward Nahmias has been promoted to full professor.
Posted on 4/10/2014

Alexander Davis (GSU Phil BA Student) at GSU Undergrad Research Conference

Alexander Davis’ paper, “Incentives for Bone Marrow Transplant,” has been accepted for presentation at the GSU Undergraduate Research Conference.
Posted on 4/8/2014

Robert Vinten (GSU Phil MA 2000) in at Lisbon, Publishes Paper

Rober Vinten has been accepted into the philosophy PhD program at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal). In addition, his paper, “Leave Everything As It Is: A Critique of Marxist Interpretations of Wittgenstein,” has been published in Critique.
Posted on 4/3/2014

Brian Wilson (GSU Phil MA Student) in at Emory, GSU, UGA, Baltimore, Maryland, and Vanderbilt

Brian Wilson has been accepted into the law schools at Emory University, Georgia State University, the University of Georgia, the University of Baltimore, the University of Maryland and Vanderbilt University.
Posted on 3/12/2014, updated 3/27/14

Marcos Gonzalez (GSU Phil MA Student) in at George Washington and Emory

Marcos Gonzalez has been accepted into the law school at George Washington University and Emory University.
Posted on 3/14/14, updated 3/26/14

Cameron Hamilton (GSU Phil MA Student) in at UGA

Cameron Hamilton has been accepted in the Masters of Science in Artificial Intelligence program at the University of Georgia.
Posted on 3/26/14

Ayesha Kirk (GSU Phil BA Student) Recognized by GA House of Representatives

Ayesha Kirk was accepted into the Georgia Academic and Political Scholar Fellowship (GAPS) program, a three month intensive program at the state capital. In recognition of all her work, Ayesha recently honored by a Resolution of the Georgia House of Representatives.
Posted on 3/24/14

Justin Coates (GSU Phil MA 2007) Publishes Book

Justin Coates co-edited the volume Blame: Its Nature and Norms (Oxford University Press, 2013). It was just reviewed in Ethics.
Posted on 3/21/14

Katie Punsly (GSU Phil MA Student) Instructional Innovation Conference

Katie Punsly’s presentation, “Administering Quizzes with the Socrative Method,” has been accepted for the Conference on Instructional Innovation at Georgia State University.
Posted on 3/13/2014

Adam Shmidt (GSU Phil MA Student) at GA Phil Society

Adam Shmidt’s paper, “What’s so Great about the Struggle? Virtue and Strength in Kant’s Metaphysics of Morals,” has been accepted for presentation at the Georgia Philosophical Society conference at Oglethorpe University.
Posted on 3/11/2014

Aaron Sullivan (GSU Phil MA Student) at GA Phil Society

Aaron Sullivan’s paper, “A Case For Emergent Individuals,” has been accepted for presentation at the Georgia Philosophical Society conference at Oglethorpe University.
Posted on 3/11/2014

Archie Fields (GSU Phil MA Student) in at Indiana U and Minn

Archie Fields has been accepted in to the History and Philosophy of Science PhD program at Indiana University and into the philosophy PhD program at the University of Minnesota.
Posted on 2/24/2014, updated 3/10/2014

Adam Schmidt (GSU Phil MA Student) in at BU

Adam Schmidt has been accepted into the philosophy PhD program at Boston University.
Posted on 3/7/2014

Michael Nielsen (GSU Phil MA Student) in at UC Irvine and Maryland

Michael Nielsen has been accepted into the Logic and Philosophy of Science PhD program at the University of California-Irvine and the philosophy PhD program at the University of Maryland.
Posted on 2/4/2014, updated 3/3/2014

Blake Nespica (GSU Phil MA Student) in at U of Western Ontario

Blake Nespica has been accepted to the philosophy PhD program at the University of Western Ontario.
Posted on 2/22/2014

Carson Young (GSU Phil MA Student) in at Penn State and Wharton

Carson Young has been accepted into the Management and Organization PhD program at Penn State and the Business Ethics and Legal Studies Ph.D program at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business .
Posted on 2/15/2014, updated on 2/21/14

Brett Mullins (GSU Phil BA Student) at Prindle Conference

Brett Mullins’ paper, “The Moral Ambiguity of Externalities in Market Contractarianism,” was selected for presentation at the Prindle Institute’s Ethics Symposium at Depauw University.
Posted on 2/20/2014

Hyoung Kim (GSU Phil MA Student) at NAKS Conference

Hyoung Kim’s paper, “Kant on Concept Generality and Logical Extensions,” has been accepted for presentation to the Eastern Study Group of the North American Kant Society.
Posted on 2/17/2014

Karey Perkins (GSU Phil MA Student) Paper at Loyala and Post-Docto Give Talk at Mercer U

Karey Perkin’s paper “Diamonds in the Rough: Percy’s use of Peirce’s Semeiotic in The Second Coming,” was presented at the biennial Walker Percy conference at Loyola University, New Orleans, October 11-13, 2013. In addition, she has been offered a post-doc position at Texas Tech University’s Institute for Studies in Pragmaticism.
Posted on 2/2/2014

Stephen Herman (GSU Phil MA Student) in at Mizzou

Stephen Herman has been accepted into the philosophy PhD program at the University of Missouri.
Posted on 2/2/2014

Aaron Sullivan (GSU Phil MA Student) to Give Talk at Mercer U

Aaron Sullivan’s paper, “How to Talk to Jerks and Poets: Using and Understanding Sarcasm and Metaphor,” will be presented to the Department of Philosophy at Mercer University on March 25, 2014 at 5 pm. Location TBD.
Posted on 12/11/2013

Jesse Gero (GSU Phil MA 2010) Graduates from NYU and Joins NYC Law Firm

Jesse Gero has graduated from NYU Law School and is an associate in the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in New York City.
Posted on 11/26/2013

James DiGiovanni (GSU Phil MA 2012) in at Harvard Law

James DiGiovanni has been accepted into Harvard Law School.
Posted on 11/26/2013

Ethics Bowl Team at SE Tournament

Georgia State University fielded a team to compete in the annual Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl tournament in Clearwater, Florida on November 9, 2013. The Ethics Bowl features many schools in a collaborative competition. Students research and prepare to discuss the ethical issues in dozen topical cases, ranging from prayer in public schools, the ethics of markets for bone marrow, sweatshop policies, academic ethics, HIV criminalization statutes, and others. Eleven Georgia State Undergrads attended the competition:Judy Kim, Evelyn Richardson, Taylor Mumford, Sarah Vogt, BaoChau Nguyen, Ryan Le, Cameron Boone, Andrew Weyant, Ayesha Kirk, and Alex Davis. They were coached by Dr. Andrew I. Cohen. The students performed in a tournament widely regarded as among the most competitive in the United States. Their record was 2-1, beating Dartmouth (yes, that Dartmouth) and Eckerd College (a previous powerhouse in the competition), and only losing narrowly to the eventual regional champion, St. Petersburg College.
Posted on 11/22/2013

Archie Fields (GSU Phil MA Student) Wins SWPS President’s Prize

Archie Fields paper, “The Many Meanings of Success and the Failures of Fictions,” won the President’s Prize at the most recent meeting of the Southwestern Philosophical Society. This prize is awarded to the best paper submitted by a graduate student or recent Ph.D.
Posted on 11/12/2013

Brett Mullins (GSU Phil BA Student) at Georgia Phil Society

Brett Mullins paper, “Against Indifference: Popper’s Assumption of Distribution Preference” has been accepted for presentation at the Fall meeting of the Georgia Philosophical Society.
Posted on 10/21/2013

Kevin Thurston (GSU Phil BA 2013) in American U Undergraduate Journal

Kevin Thurston’s essay, “Preference and Practical Reason: Evaluating Sen and Hausman” has been accepted for publication in The American University Undergraduate Journal.
Posted on 9/24/2013

Jim Nichols (GSU BA 2013) Wins Essay Contest

Jim Nichols (GSU Phil BA ’13) is the winner of The Nation’s eighth annual Student Writing Contest! Jim’s winning essay focused on “how the rise and dominance of market liberalism has affected both civil society and his own life.”
Posted on 9/17/2013

GSU Philosophers Adleberg, Nahmias, and Thompson In the News

An article in Inside Higher Ed reports the findings of Toni Adleberg (GSU MA 2013), Eddy Nahmias (GSU Phil Faculty), and Morgan Thompson (GSU MA 2013) regarding the under-representation of women in philosophy. This story has been picked up by the Leiter Blog and the Feminist Philosophers blog

George Graham Wins Major Grant from Center of Theological Inquiry

Dr. George Graham has been awarded a major grant from the Center of Theological Inquiry (CTI) in Princeton, NJ. The CTI supports “fresh thinking on the problems of religion and society.” It is “an independent, ecumenical institution” and is one of the nation’s most prestigious centers for research on religion. The grant will support work on Dr. Graham’s latest book, Abraham’s Dilemma: Religious Experience, Spiritual Delusion, and Moral Well-Being. In this book, Graham argues that while normal religious experiences may contribute to a person’s moral identity and well-being, delusional religious experiences do not. Previous attempts to differentiate non-delusional forms of spirituality from delusional forms have tended to focus on the social context of religious experiences. Graham’s book will focus on their differing effects on a person’s moral character. In addition, Graham’s most recent book on mental disorder, The Disordered Mind, is now available in second/revised edition.

Archie Fields (GSU MA Student) Publishes Paper in Southwest Phil Review

Archie Fields’ paper, “The Many Meanings of Success and the Failures of Fictions,” has been accepted for presentation that the Southwestern Philosophical Society and publication in The Southwest Philosophy Review.
Posted on 9/10/2013

Brett Mullins (GSU BA Student) Has Paper Accepted

Brett Mullins paper, “Platonic Recollection and Second Order Skepticism,” has been accepted for publication in the Marist Undergraduate Philosophy Journal.
Posted on 9/6/2013

Jason Lesandrini (GSU MA 2005) Religion and Public Life Fellow

Jason Lesandrini was recently named the 2013-2014 Religion and Public Life Fellow of the Department of Religious Studies at Georgia State University.
Posted on 8/22/2013

Archie Fields (GSU MA Student) at NW Philosophy Conference

Archie Fields paper, “The Many Meanings of Success and the Failure of Fictions,” has been accepted for presentation at the Northwest Philosophy Conference.
Posted on 8/22/2013

Cami Koepke (GSU MA 2013) to Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth

Cami Koepke has been selected to teach an ethics course at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth.
Posted on 7/11/2013

Zach Hopper (GSU MA 2013) to Teach for America

Zach Hopper has been accepted into Teach for America.
Posted on 4/21/2013

Mason Arline (GSU BA 2013) in at Texas Tech

Mason Arline has been accepted into the philosophy MA program at Texas Tech University.
Posted on 4/17/2013

Matt Keeler (GSU BA 2009) in at Austin

Matt Keeler, currently in the philosophy MA program at Texas Tech, has been accepted into the philosophy PhD program at the University of Texas-Austin.
Posted on 4/17/2013

Pierce Randall (GSU MA 2013) in at Missouri and Penn

Pierce Randall has been accepted into the philosophy PhD program at the University of Missouri and the University of Pennsylvania.
Posted on 3/4/2013, updated on 4/10/2013

Cami Koepke (GSU MA 2013) in at Minnesota, UCSD, UC-Davis, Syracuse, Maryland, and Colorado

Cami Koepke has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at the University of Minnesota, the University of California-San Deigo, the University of California-Davis, Syracuse University, the University of Maryland, and the University of Colorado.
Posted on 2/1/2013, updated on 4/9/2013

Tim Clewell (GSU MA 2013) to Georgetown Law

In the Fall of 2013, Tim Clewell will be attending Georgetown University Law School. He was also accepted into the law schools of the University of Richmond, George Mason University, and George Washington University.
Posted on 4/7/2013

Patrick Cox (GSU MA Student) at Rousseau Association

Patrick Cox’s paper, “Rousseau’s View of Authority in Emile’s Education,” has been accepted for presentation at the Eighteenth Biennial Colloquium of the Rousseau Association, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, June 27-29, 2013.
Posted on 4/5/2013

Adam Fox (GSU MA Student) & Trevor Kvaran (GSU MA 2007) Publish Article

Adam Fox and Trevor Kvaran have published an article in Law & Social Inquiry. Here is the citation: Adam R. Fox, Trevor H. Kvaran, Reid Griffith Fontaine, “Psychopathy and Culpability: How Responsible Is the Psychopath for Criminal Wrongdoing?” 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 1 (2013).
Posted on 4/1/2013

Tyler Theus (GSU BA 2013) in at Brown, Santa Barbara, USC, and GSU

Tyler Theus (GSU BA 2012) has been accepted into the following graduate programs:

* Modern Culture and Media at Brown University (MA/PhD)

* Film & Media Studies at UC Santa Barbara (MA/PhD)

* University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, Critical Studies Division (MA)

* Georgia State University Moving Image Studies (MA)

He has decided to accept the offer from Brown.
Posted on 3/29/2013

Andrei Marasoiu (GSU MA 2013) in at UVA, UCSD, Wash U, Madison, and Arizona

Andrei Marasoiu has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at the University of Virginia, the University of California-San Diego, Washington University in St. Louis, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the University of Arizona.
Posted on 2/2/201, updated on 3/26/2013

Morgan Thompson (GSU MA 2013) in at UCSD, UConn, Wash U, Pitt HPS, and U Mass

Morgan Thompson has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at the University of California – San Diego and the University of Connecticut. She has also been accepted into the Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology PhD program at Washington University in St. Louis, the History and Philosophy of Science PhD program at the University of Pittsburgh, and University of Massachusetts.
Posted on 2/4/2013, updated on 3/24/2013

Brett Mullins (GSU BA Student) at Appalachian Conference

Brett Mullin’s paper, “An Analysis of Infinitism as Justification,” has been accepted for presentation at the Appalachian Student Philosophy Colloquium.
Posted on 3/19/2013

Kevin Thurston (GSU BA 2012) at Four Conferences

Kevin Thurston’s paper, “Money, Market, and State: Dichotomizing Forums for Private and Political Speech,” has been accepted at four conferences: the Southeast Philosophy Congress at Clayton State University, the University of Utah Intermountain West Philosophy Conference, the Pacific University Undergraduate Philosophy Congress, and the Classic City Philosophy Conference at the University of Georgia.
Posted on 2/16/2013, updated on 3/17/2013

Hamza Cherbib (GSU-Sorbonne Exchange Student) in at Columbia International Affairs

Hamza Cherbib has been accepted into the MA program in History of International Affairs at Columbia University.
Posted on 3/16/2013

Casey Fowler (GSU BA Student) at Three Conferences

Casey Fowler’s paper, “Hume’s Perceptions And the Burden of Representation,” has been accepted for presentation at the Georgia State University Undergraduate Research Conference, the University of Georgia Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, and the Southern Appalachian Undergraduate Philosophy Conference.
Posted on 2/16/2013, updated on 3/14/2013

Adam Schmidt and Carson Young (GSU MA Students) at Georgia Phil Society

Adam Schmidt’s “Hume on ‘A Degree of Equality’ as a Necessary Condition of Justice” and Carson Young’s “A Defense of Rawls’s Egalitarian Retraction,” have been accept for presentation at the Georgia Philosophical Society.
Posted on 3/14/2013

Adleberg (GSU MA 2013), Nahmias (GSU Assoc Prof), and
Morgan (GSU MA 2013) at Diversity Conference

“Women in Philosophy: Why is it ‘Goodbye’ at ‘Hello’?” by Toni Adleberg, Eddy Nahmias, and Morgan Thompson has been accepted for presentation at the Diversity in Philosophy Conference at University of Dayton (Ohio).
Posted on 3/13/2013

James Messina (GSU MA Student) at Felician Ethics Conference

James Messina’s paper, “Morality, Self-Respect, and the Priority of Liberty” has been accepted for presentation at the Seventh Annual Felician Ethics Conference.
Posted on 3/7/2013

Kathryn Joyce (GSU MA 2013) in at UCSD, IU, Penn, Georgetown, and Tulane

Kathryn Joyce has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at the University of California-San Diego, Indiana University, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown University, and Tulane University.
Posted on 2/4/2013, updated on 3/6/2013

Zeyu Chi (GSU MA 2013) in at Cornell and UIC

Zeyu Chi has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at Cornell University and the University of Illinios at Chicago.
Posted on 2/25/2013, updated on 2/27/2013

Sam Richards (GSU MA 2013) in at Riverside and UC-Santa Cruz

Sam Richards has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at the University of California-Riverside and the University of Californa-Santa Cruz.
Posted on 1/18/2013, updated on 2/11/2013

Zeyu Chi (GSU MA Student) at NAK Conference

Zeyu Chi’s paper, “Kant’s Conception of Humanity in the Groundwork,” has been accepted for presentation at a joint meeting of the Midwest Study Group of the North American Kant Society and Indiana Philosophical Association.
Posted on 2/11/2013

Adleberg (GSU MA 2013), Nahmias (GSU Assoc Prof), and

Morgan (GSU MA 2013) at Sheffield Conference

“Women in Philosophy: Why is it ‘Goodbye’ at ‘Hello’?” by Toni Adleberg, Eddy Nahmias and Morgan Thompson has been accepted for presentation at the conference “Implicit Bias, Philosophy, and Psychology” conference at the University of Sheffield, England.
Posted on 2/7/2013

Toni Adleberg (GSU MA 2013) in at UCSD and UConn

Toni Adleberg has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at the University of California-San Diego and the University of Connecticut.
Posted on 2/4/2013, updated on 2/7/2013

Sam Sims (GSU MA 2013) in at FSU

Sam Sims has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at Florida State University.
Posted on 2/6/2013

James Messina (GSU MA 2013) in at UCSD

James Messina has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at the University of California-San Diego.
Posted on 2/4/2013

Caitlin McCoyd, William Mason Arline and Jamie Moon Win Troy Moore Contest

The winners of the 2012 Troy Moore Undergraduate Ethics Essay Contest are:

1st prize: Caitlin McCoyd, “Gauthier’s Translucent Constrainers”

2nd prize: William Mason Arline, “Graffiti and the Public Good”

3rd prize: Jamie Moon, “Honest Intentions, Problematic Results: Sexual Identity Therapy”

Posted on 1/31/2013

Andrei Marasoiu (GSU MA Student) at Midsouth Phil Conference

Andrei Marasoiu’s “Visual Experiences of, and Visual Beliefs about, Natural Kinds” has been accepted for presentation at the 2013 Midsouth Philosophy Conference in Memphis.

Posted on 1/25/2013

Matt Andler (GSU MA Student) at NC Phil Society

Matt Andler’s paper, “Understanding Subjectivation through Speech and Silence: An Application of Foucault’s Theory of Discursive Tactics,” has been accepted for presentation at the 2013 meeting of the North Carolina Philosophical Society.

Posted on 1/16/2013

Andrei Marasoiu (GSU MA Student) at SSPP

Andrei Marasoiu’s “Can the Content of Conscious Visual Experience Represent Natural Kinds?” has been accepted for presentation at the 2013 meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology in Austin, Texas.

Posted on 1/15/2013

Casey Fowler (GSU Phil BA Student) Name Co-Editor of Discovery

Casey Fowler (GSU Phil BA ’14) has been selected to be co-editor of Discovery, the research journal of the Honors College.

Posted on 1/10/2013

Toni Adelberg (GSU MA Student) at SSPP

Toni Adleberg’s “The Thought Experiments are Rigged: Mechanistic Understanding Inhibits Mentalistic Understanding” has been accepted for presentation at the 2013 meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology in Austin, Texas.

Posted on 1/8/2013

Dr. Nahmias Interviewed by Closer to Truth

Dr. Eddy Nahmias is featured in an interview by the web site Closer to Truth.

Posted on 12/21/2012

GSU Ethics Bowl Team in the News

The Ethics Bowl Team of the Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics is featured on the College of Arts and Sciences web pages.

Posted on 12/5/2012

Dr. Berry Interviewed by 3:AM Magazine

Dr. Jessica Berry is featured in an interview by 3:AM Magazine.

Posted on 11/23/2012

Emily Cahill (GSU MA 2012) Joins University Advisement Center

Emily Cahill has joined Georgia State’s University Advisement Center as an academic advisor. She will assist undergraduates as they work toward their degrees.

Posted on 11/23/2012

Kathryn Joyce (GSU MA Student) Presents at Georgia Philosophical Society

Kathryn Joyce’s paper, “Exploring the Role of Equality In Adam Smith’s Political Theory,” was selected for presentation at the October 2012 meeting of of the Georgia Philosophical Society.

Posted on 10/08/2012

Dr. Sarah Brosnan Joins Department of Philosophy

Dr. Sarah Brosnan has joined the faculty of the Department of Philosophy. Dr. Brosnan’s research focuses on the mechanisms underlying cooperation, reciprocity, and inequity in nonhuman primates. Her work on the evolution of key moral concepts breaks new ground and crosses disciplinary boundaries. Dr. Brosnan earned her BA from Baylor University in 1998 and her PhD from Emory University in 2004. She joined Georgia State’s Department of Psychology in 2007. Dr. Brosnan has published more than forty articles and earned an NSF CAREER award. The Baylor University Alumni Association named her as one of the 150 most influential alumni of the last 150 years.

Posted on 10/02/2012

GSU Philosophy Students at the Eastern APAs

The following current and former Georgia State University graduate students are on the program of this December’s meeting of the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Association:

  • William Baird (GSU MA 2011, currently in the PhD program at Southern Illinois University–Carbondale), presenting his paper, “The Apple Falls Far from the Tree: Josiah Royce’s Divergence from Joseph LeConte’s Evolutionary Totalism”
  • Ryan Born (GSU MA 2011), commenting at a panel on mental models.
  • Anthony Carreras (GSU MA 2005, currently Assistant Professor at Lone Star College), commenting on Rachel Lu “Is Love Blind? Reflections on Partiality and Good Epistemic Practice”
  • Candice Delmas (GSU MA 2006, currently Assistant Professor at Clemson University), presenting her paper, “Political Resistance as a Samaritan Duty”
  • Andrei Marasoiu (current graduate student), commenting on Adam Bowen’s “Perceptual Atomism and the Charge of Tensed Content”

Posted on 9/25/2012

Dr. Lindsay in Chronicle of Higher Education

Dr. Peter Lindsay has published an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education. It has generated many comments.

Posted on 9/21/2012

Yanquing Zhang to Speak at Phi Sigma Tau

On Thursday, September 20, Phi Sigma Tau is hosting the first session of its Fall 2012 interdisciplinary brown bag series. Come join us at 12:15 PM in the conference room to hear GSU Professor of Computer Science Yanqing Zhang give a short presentation on some of his recent research on computational intelligence, followed by an informal conversation/Q&A session. It will last about 45 minutes to an hour, and everybody is encouraged to come even if you have to drop in late or duck out early because of class or other commitments. Don’t forget to bring your lunch! We will provide snacks.

Posted on 9/12/2012

Chris Fidalgo (GSU BA 2012) Working at Video Game Companpy

Chris Fidalgo writes: “After a few months of looking, I finally got a job at Irrational Games, a major video game development company in Massachusetts. I wrote about one of their games, Bioshock, in my honors thesis, defending the game as a modern example of video games as art. I start Monday as a Quality Assurance Tester. Philosophy rules!”

Posted on 8/24/2012

Michael Augustin (GSU MA 2012) to Present in Johannesburg

Michael “Augi” Augustin’s paper, “Would Epicurus Have Drugged His Followers?”, has been accepted for presentation at the Philosophy and the Moral Life conference this November at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg.

Posted on 8/3/2012

Trevor Kvaran (GSU MA ’07) Defends PhD Dissertation at AZ

Trevor Kvaran, who is currently in the psychology PhD program at the University of Arizona, has successfully defended his dissertation, “The Influence of Social Norms and Personal Values on Charitable Giving Behavior.” Alan Sanfey and Shaun Nichols were his directors.

Posted on 7/27/2012

Alex Economides to BPP Law School

Alex Economides has been accepted at Brierley Price Prior (BPP) Law School (in London) and has been awarded full funding by Travers Smith LLP (a law firm). Travers Smith will pay his law school fees, provide a stipend, and give him a job on graduation. In return, he has to work for Travers Smith for two years, at which point he becomes a solicitor.

Posted on 7/24/2012

Hannah Spadafora to Join AmeriCorps

Hannah Spadafora has been accepted by AmeriCorps. (AmeriCorps is the domestic version of the Peace Corps and it is very selective.)

Posted on 7/9/2012.

Casey Fowler Publishes in Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Journal

Casey Fowler’s paper “Evaluating Heidegger’s Fundamental Mood of Dread: Intentionality and Revealing” has been accepted for publication in the Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Journal.

Posted on 7/9/2012.

Katy Fulfer (GSU MA 2008) Publishes in Ethics and the Environment

Katy Fulfer’s “The Capabilities Approach to Justice and the Flourishing of Nonsentient Life” will in appear in the June 2013 issue of Ethics and the Environment. The paper is a critical discussion and a revision of Nussbaum’s position on non-human animals as presented in Frontiers of Justice. Ms. Fulfer is currently in the philosophy doctoral program at the University of Western Ontario.

Posted on 7/1/2012.

Kathyrn Joyce Wins Munster Fellowship

Kathryn Joyce is the winner of the Department’s 2012 Munster Fellowship. The Munster Fellowshiop is awarded annuallly to the best philosophy graduate student who will be continuing in the program in the subsequent year. Dr. Munster was Chair of the Department of Philosophy from 1965 to 1978.

Posted on 6/7/2012.

Dr. Wilson Wins Sellars Prize

The North American Kant Society has awarded the 2012 Wilfrid Sellars Prize to Dr. Eric Wilson for his essay “Kant on Autonomy and the Value of Persons.” The Sellars Prize is given annually to the non-tenured scholar who writes the best essay that demonstrates the continued relevance of Kant’s philosophy.

Posted on 6/5/2012.

Iymaan Williams (GSU BA 2012) in at UGA Law

Iymaan Williams has been accepted into the law school at the University of Georgia.

Posted on 5/31/2012.

Jay Wood (GSU MA 2012) in at Georgia State

Jay Wood has been accepted into the Rhetoric and Politics PhD program in the Department of Communications at Georgia State University.

Posted on 4/25/2012.

Casey Fowler Wins Honors College Paper Project Scholarship

Casey Fowler (GSU philosophy major) has won a GSU Honors College Paper Project Scholarship for her paper, “Anarchism and Kallipolis.”

Posted on 4/25/2012.

Dr. Scarantino Wins Provost’s Faculty Fellowship

Dr. Andrea Scarantino has been awarded a Provost’s Faculty Fellowship for 2012-2013. This fellowship is reserved for GSU’s senior scholars with a preference for full Professors. However, the only fellowship awarded for 2012-2013 was given to Dr. Scarantino, who is only in his second year as an Associate Professor. Dr. Scarantino will use this award to forward his current book project, “How To Do Things With Emotions.”

Posted on 4/24/2012.

Brandie Martinez-Bedard (GSU BA 2008) in at Louisville, Mercer, California Western, Georgia State, and Florida Coastal

Brandie Martinez-Bedard as been accepted into the law schools of the University of Louisville, Mercer University, California Western University, Georgia State University, and Florida Coastal University.

Posted on 4/23/2012.

Kara Wooldridge (GSU BA 2012) in at Texas Tech

Kara Wooldridge has been accepted into the philosophy MA program at Texas Tech University.

Posted on 4/12/2012.

Paul Wolpe Talk Friday, 4/13

Paul Wolpe, Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Bioethics and Director of the Center for Ethics at Emory University, will give a talk entitled “Is My Mind Mine? The Ethical, Social, and Legal Challenges of Emerging Neuroscience” as part of GSU’s Brains & Behavior Retreat, Friday, April 13, at 2:30 in the Loudermilk Center, 40 Courtland Street Northeast Atlanta, GA 30303.

Posted on 4/11/2012.

Cléo Grimaldi (GSU MA 2012) in at UVA, Rice, and Urbana-Champaign

Cléo Grimaldi has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at the University of Virginia, Rice University and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

Posted on 1/20/2012, updated and moved up on 4/1/2012.

Getty Lustila (GSU MA 2012) in at BU

Getty Lustila has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at Boston University

Posted on 3/30/2012.

Anais Stenson (GSU MA 2012) in at UCSD, Emory, Georgia, and Kansas

Anais Stenson has been accepted into the pyschology PhD programs at the University of California San Diego, Emory University, the University of Georgia, and the University of Kansas.

Posted on 2/3/2012, updated and moved up 3/29/2012.

Everett Fulmer (GSU MA 2012) in at Tulane, Purdue and SLU

Everett Fulmer has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at Tulane University, Purdue University and Saint Louis University.

Posted on 2/28/2012, updated and moved up on 3/26/2012.

Isabela Quevedo (GSU BA 2012) Has Paper at CAA Confernece

Isabela Quevedo’s paper, “The Myth of Art and Craft and the Definition of Art,” has been chosen to represent GSU at the Colonial Academic Alliance’s Undergraduate Research Conference.

Posted on 3/17/2012.

Isabela Quevedo (GSU BA 2012) in at Houston, Texas Tech and Colorado State

Isabela Quevedo has been accepted into the philosophy MA programs at the University of Houston, Texas Tech University and Colorado State University.

Posted on 2/21/2012, updated and moved up on 3/15/2012.

William Brady (GSU MA 2012) in at UCSD, Denver, and NYU

William Brady has been accepted into the psychology PhD programs at the University of Denver, the University of California San Diego, and New York University.

Posted on 3/11/2012, updated on 3/15/2012.

Getty Lustila Wins Prize at LSU Conference

Getty’s Lustila paper, “Fashioning our Nature: Hume on the Fidelity to the Artificial Virtues,” won the best graduate student paper award at the 5th Annual Louisiana State University philosophy conference.

Posted on 3/11/2012.

Philosophy Rush Week

A week full of fun events sponsored by the Philosophers’ Guild to bring together GSU’s philosophical community.

MONDAY, 3/12: Ice Cream Social @ noon, Library Plaza

TUESDAY, 3/13: ‘Being John Malkovich’ @ 5:00 p.m. in CS 104

WEDNESDAY, 3/14: Game Night at the Student Rec Center @ 5:00 p.m.

THURSDAY, 3/ 15: Trivia Night! in the Lanier Suite of the Student Center (4:00-6:00 p.m.)

FRIDAY, 3/16: Philosophy on Friday! Pizza at Noon in the Philosophy Department.

SATURDAY, 3/17: Phi Sigma Tau Symposium in University Center, Rooms 460 & 480,

9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Keynote Address by Valerie Tiberius @ 4:00

Posted on 3/11/2012.

Tiberius Reading Group

The Spring 12 reading group on Valerie Tiberius’ The Reflective Life: Living Wisely Within our Limits (Oxford: 2010) will meet on select Thursdays at the Metro Grill on Hurt Street. Each meeting begins at 9:30 AM. Th 1/12: chs 1-2. Th 1/26: chs. 3-4. Th 2/23: chs 5-6. Th 3/8: chs 7-8 (and the brief conclusion, ch. 9). This schedule will have us complete the book in advance of Tiberius’ visit on 3/16-17. Contact Andrew I. Cohen aicohen@gsu.edu with queries.

Posted on 1/4/2012, moved up on 3/6/2012.

Drs. Rand and Weiskopf Promoted

Dr. Sebastian Rand and Dr. Daniel Weiskopf have been promoted to Associate Professor and granted tenure. Their promotion is effective on July 1, 2012.

Posted on 3/5/2012

Rebecca Harrison (GSU MA 2012) in at UC Riverside and Memphis

Rebecca Harrison has been accepted into the philosophy PhD program at the University of California Riverside and the University of Memphis.

Posted on 2/17/2012, updated and moved up on 3/3/2012

Noel Martin (GSU MA 2012) Outstanding Graduate Student for 2012

The faculty of the Department have selected Noel Martin as the Outstanding Graduate Student for 2012. This award is given to the best graduate student who is completing the program in the current year.

Posted on 3/2/2012.

Eric Murphy (GSU MA 2012) Has Paper Accepted at European Society for Aesthetics Conference

Eric Murphy’s paper, “The Expanded Cluster Account of Art,” has been accepted for presentation at the 2012 European Society for Aesthetics conference in Portugal in June.

Posted on 3/2/2012.

Michael Augustin (GSU MA 2012) in at Santa Barbara, Purdue, and Urbana-Champaign

Micheal Augustin has been accepted into the philosophy PhD programs at the University of California Santa Barbara, Purdue University and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

Posted on 1/20/2012, updated and moved up on 3/1/2012.
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