Philosophy Senior Comps: Exploring Themes from P.J. Ivanhoe's Oneness: East Asian Conceptions of Virtue, Happiness, and How We Are All Connected

Please join us for the Philosophy Senior Comps Presentations, Friday February 25th.


Feb25
2:45 pm - 7:30 pm
2022-02-25 14:45:00 2022-02-25 19:30:00 Philosophy Senior Comps: Exploring Themes from P.J. Ivanhoe's Oneness: East Asian Conceptions of Virtue, Happiness, and How We Are All Connected

Philosophy Senior Comps: Exploring Themes from P.J. Ivanhoe's Oneness: East Asian Conceptions of Virtue, Happiness, and How We Are All Connected

Friday, February 25th, 2:45 – 7:30pm

Upper Stearns Tent

 

2:45: Introduction

Session I: Moral Implications of the Oneness Hypothesis

2:55: Faith Hutapea, “A Modified Approach to Oneness: The Physician’s Duty to Care””

3:15: Jae Choi, “The Why Be Moral Question Under Ivanhoe’s Oneness”

3:35: Kayla Heinze: “Rooted in Relationship: How Attentiveness Can Bring us Closer and Combat Species Isolation”

Session II: Oneness and the Virtues

3:55: Phoebe Patinkin: “Daydreaming: A Virtuous Activity”

4:15: Dylan Shiu: “Temperance’s Self-Centered from Shame”

4: 35: Patrick Walsh: “The Threat of Shame to a Life of Oneness”

Session III: The Oneness Hypothesis In Comparative Perspective

4:55: Peter Bird, “The Fable of the Strawberry: Losing Oneself and Accepting the Uncontrollable in The Zhuangzi”

5:15: Liz Frissell, “It’s About the Journey not the Destination: A Comparison of Stoic & Daoist Ideas on Happiness”

5:35: Kathy Ou, “Reinterpreting Camus: An Absurd Conception of Modern Oneness”

Session IV: Critiques and Extensions of the Oneness Hypothesis

5:55: Ava Lubetkin, "Oneness Embodied: Incorporating the Significance of the Body into Ivanhoe’s Theory of Self”

6: 15: Odelia Zuckerman: “A Critique of Oneness: Decolonial Feminism and Decentering Experience”

6:35: Kai Morfín: “Oneness and Prediction of Happiness”

Session V: Moral Education and Moral Persuasion

6:55: Melissa Gutiérrez González,  “A Critique of Boxill's Defense of Fear as Moral Suasion”

Upper Stearns Tent
America/Los_Angeles public
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Upper Stearns Tent
Event Date: Friday, February 25, 2022

Philosophy Senior Comps: Exploring Themes from P.J. Ivanhoe's Oneness: East Asian Conceptions of Virtue, Happiness, and How We Are All Connected

Friday, February 25th, 2:45 – 7:30pm

Upper Stearns Tent

 

2:45: Introduction

Session I: Moral Implications of the Oneness Hypothesis

2:55: Faith Hutapea, “A Modified Approach to Oneness: The Physician’s Duty to Care””

3:15: Jae Choi, “The Why Be Moral Question Under Ivanhoe’s Oneness”

3:35: Kayla Heinze: “Rooted in Relationship: How Attentiveness Can Bring us Closer and Combat Species Isolation”

Session II: Oneness and the Virtues

3:55: Phoebe Patinkin: “Daydreaming: A Virtuous Activity”

4:15: Dylan Shiu: “Temperance’s Self-Centered from Shame”

4: 35: Patrick Walsh: “The Threat of Shame to a Life of Oneness”

Session III: The Oneness Hypothesis In Comparative Perspective

4:55: Peter Bird, “The Fable of the Strawberry: Losing Oneself and Accepting the Uncontrollable in The Zhuangzi”

5:15: Liz Frissell, “It’s About the Journey not the Destination: A Comparison of Stoic & Daoist Ideas on Happiness”

5:35: Kathy Ou, “Reinterpreting Camus: An Absurd Conception of Modern Oneness”

Session IV: Critiques and Extensions of the Oneness Hypothesis

5:55: Ava Lubetkin, "Oneness Embodied: Incorporating the Significance of the Body into Ivanhoe’s Theory of Self”

6: 15: Odelia Zuckerman: “A Critique of Oneness: Decolonial Feminism and Decentering Experience”

6:35: Kai Morfín: “Oneness and Prediction of Happiness”

Session V: Moral Education and Moral Persuasion

6:55: Melissa Gutiérrez González,  “A Critique of Boxill's Defense of Fear as Moral Suasion”

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