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REFEREED PRESENTATIONS

Gonnerman, C. & K. Mortensen (2017, February). The ordinary concept of knowledge how. Paper presented at the at the 114th Annual Meeting of The American Philosophical Association, Central Division, Kansas City, MO.

Mortensen, K. & Gonnerman, C. (2016, September). The ordinary concept of knowledge how. Paper presented at the Buffalo Annual Experimental Philosophy Conference, Buffalo, NY.

Mortensen, K. & Gonnerman, C. (2015, June). The ordinary concept of knowledge how. Poster presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Austin, TX.

“Knowing-how, multiple interpretations, and order effects” (a collaboration with Chad Gonnerman).  At Buffalo Annual Experimental Philosophy Conference.  Buffalo, NY, September 2014.

“Machine Identification of Intuitions in Contemporary Analytic Philosophy” (a collaboration with Elena Spitzer and Andrew Higgins).  At Midsouth Philosophy Conference.  Memphis, TN, February 2014.

“Reflections on Fake Barn Intuitions”.  At Midsouth Philosophy Conference.  Memphis, TN, February 2013.

“Devitt’s Dilemma: The Troubled Relationship Between Philosophical Theories and Theory-Laden Intuitions”.  At Joint Meeting of the North Carolina Philosophical Society and the South Carolina Society for Philosophy.  Elon, NC, February 2012.

“Three Conditions for the Success of Naturalistic Theories of Intuition”. At Midsouth Philosophy Conference.  Memphis, TN, March 2010.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

“Transformative Experience and the Intellectual Virtues.” Paper presented at The Lighthouse at Virginia Wesleyan College, Norfolk, VA, April 2017.

“Scaffolding Writing Assignments.” Presentation at the Winter TIPS (Teaching Innovations, Practices, and Strategies) Workshop at Randolph College, Lynchburg, VA, January 2017.

“Philosophical Expertise”.  At Southern Virginia University (Thinks).  Buena Vista, VA, October 2013.

“Surveys and Arguments”.  At 58th Meeting of the Florida Philosophical AssociationOrlando, FL, November 2012.

“Experimental Philosophy: The Appearance of Naturalism and The Assumption of Competence”. At Annual Meeting of the Mississippi Philosophical AssociationStarkville, MS, October 2011.

INVITED COMMENTARIES

Comments on “An Empirical Reductio of the Expert/Gender Principle” (by Geoff Holtzman).  At 112th Annual Meeting of The American Philosophical Association, Central Division.  St. Louis, MO, February 2015.

Comments on “Infallibilism, Skepticism & Cultural Differences” (by John Waterman, Karen Yan, Chad Gonnerman, and Josh Alexander). At Midsouth Philosophy Conference.  Memphis, TN, February 2014.

Comments on “Sensitive Intuitions: Print Fonts, Ability to Choose Otherwise, and Free Will” (by Shane Reuter, Chad Gonnerman, and Jonathan Weinberg). At Annual Meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology.  Charleston, SC, February 2014.

Comments on “The Challenge of Sticking with Intuitions through Thick and Thin” (by Jonathan Weinberg).  At Midsouth Philosophy Conference.  Memphis, TN, February 2013.

Comments on Kevin Tobia’s “Expert Intuition” (by Kevin Tobia).  At  38th Meeting of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology.  Boulder, CO, June 2012.

Comments on “Humans as Instruments; or The Inevitability of Experimental Philosophy” (by Jonathan Weinberg).  At Midsouth Philosophy Conference.  Memphis, TN, March 2010.

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