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Upcoming Conference:

American Philosophical Association Pacific Division Meeting in San Diego

April, 2011


Glen Hoffmann

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Visiting Assistant Professor, Philosophy Department                                                         View CV

Current Courses:


PHL 201: Problems in Philosophy
PHL 302: Ethics and Healthcare


Courses Taught:

Religion, Science, and Philosophy I
Religion, Science, and Philosophy II
Philosophy of Love and Sex
Contemporary Moral Issues I
Problems in Philosophy
Critical Thinking
Introduction to Deductive Logic
History of Analytic Philosophy
Introduction to Epistemology
Plato and the Roots of Western Philosophy
Probability and Inductive Logic
Issues in the Philosophy of Punishment
Ethics and Healthcare

Publications:

Two Kinds of A Priori Infallibility’, Synthese, DOI 10.1007/s11229-010-9800-9 (Online First), September 2010.

The Minimalist Theory of Truth: Challenges and Concerns’, Philosophy Compass, Vol. 5(10), October 2010, 938-949.

'Nativism: In Defense of the Representational Interpretation', Croatian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 9(27), December 2009, 303-315.

'Truth, Superassertability, and Conceivability', Journal of Value Inquiry, Vol. 42(3), September 2008, 287-299.

'The Semantic Theory of Truth: Fieldís Incompleteness Objection', Philosophia: The Philosophical Quarterly of Israel, Vol. 35(2), June 2007, 161-170.

'A Dilemma for the Weak Deflationist about Truth', Sorites, Vol. 18, February 2007, 129-137.

Presentations:

Refereed Papers:

‘Synthetic A Priori Infallibility’, American Philosophical Association Pacific Division Annual Meeting, Spring 2011 (upcoming).

‘Synthetic A Priori Infallibility’, Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, Spring 2010.

‘Rationalist Infallibilism’, Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, Spring 2009.

‘Rationalist Infallibilism’, Society for Exact Philosophy Annual Meeting, Spring 2009.

'Nativism: In Defense of the Representational Interpretation', American Philosophical Association Central Division Annual Meeting, Winter 2009.

'Nativism: In Defense of the Representational Interpretation', Western Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, Fall 2008.

'Nativism and Representationalism', Atlantic Regional Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, Fall 2007.

'The Semantic Theory of Truth: Field's Incompleteness Objection', American Philosophical Association Central Division Annual Meeting, Spring 2007.

'Truth, Superassertability, and Conceivability', American Philosophical
Association Pacific Division Annual Meeting
, Spring 2007.

'The Semantic Theory of Truth: Field's Incompleteness Objection', Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, Spring 2006.

'An Objection to Weak Deflationism', American Philosophical Association Central Division Annual Meeting, Spring 2004.

'Reductionism and the Irreducibility of Consciousness', Ontario Philosophical Society Annual Meeting, Fall 1997. 

Invited Papers and Commentaries:

‘Synthetic A Priori Infallibility’, Ryerson University, Spring 2010.

‘Nativism and Representationalism’, Ryerson University, Spring 2007.

‘Truth, Superassertability, and Conceivability’, Ryerson University, Summer 2006.

‘A Dilemma for the Weak Deflationist about Truth’, University of Toronto, Fall 2003.

Reply to Christopher Johnson’s ‘Reconsidering the Ad Hominem’, Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, Spring 2009.

Reply to Reiner Schaeferís ĎA Defence of AI-Functionalism Against Brandomís Arguments from Holism and the Frame Problemí, Western Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, Fall 2008.

Reply to David Anderson’s ‘Quine and the Minimal Principle of Contradiction’, Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, Spring 2006.

Reply to Henry Jackman’s ‘Holistic Atomism: Semantics Between the Old Testament and the New’, Ontario Philosophical Society Annual Meeting, Fall 2004.

Reply to Richard Brown’s ‘Altered States of Consciousness: Indian Style’, Ontario Philosophical Society Annual Meeting, Fall 1999.

Work in Progress:

‘Synthetic A Priori Infallibility’ (in preparation)

‘What is a Faculty of Language?’ (in preparation)

 

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