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May 27, 2009

Is it Naïve Absolutely to Oppose Evil? Peace and Justice Studies Association Annual General meeting, Waterloo, Ontario

 

Remembering Canada in World War I: Anticipating the Vimy Ridge Centenary. Peace and Justice Studies Association Annual General meeting, Waterloo, Ontario

 

Can Lesser-Evils Reasoning be Moral? Wilfrid Laurier University Department of Philosophy, Kitchener, Ontario

 

Is it Naïve to Oppose Torture? University of Windsor Department of Philosophy, Windsor, Ontario

 

Torture, Violence and Privilege. TASK Program. King’s University College.

 

Torture, Identity and Sociality. University of Western Ontario Faculty of Education Equity and Social Justice Day.

 

Panel Member, The Death of an Imam. King’s University College, London, Ontario.

 

Torture, Violence and Privilege. TASK Program. King’s University College.

 

What’s wrong with the ticking bomb? King’s University College Alumni Association, Ottawa Ontario branch, Ottawa, Ontario

 

Walzer, obligatory immorality, and supreme emergency. Department of Philosophy, the University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia.

 

Tragic choices and dirty hands. Department of Philosophy, Murdoch University, Perth, Australia

 

Torture, spirituality and agency. Public Lecture. Notre Dame University. Fremantle, Australia

 

Defending the non-derogability of torture. International Peace Research Association Biannual General Meeting, Sydney, Australia

 

An empirical critique of interrogational torture. Canadian Philosophical Association Annual General Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

December 5, 2008

In defense of article 2.2 of the united nations convention against torture. International Conference on Human Rights: Commemorating 60 years of the Declaration of Human Rights. Dominican University College, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

 

November 25, 2008

The unjustifiability of torture. Book launch of The absolute violation: Why torture must be prohibited. Brandon University, Brandon, MB, Canada.

July 16, 2008

The unjustifiability of torture.

Murdoch University, Perth, Australia

July 5, 2007

What about the ticking bomb?

Queensland Greens Party, Brisbane, Australia

February 23, 2007

A filthy problem: Torture and deliberate evil doing.

Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia

February 22, 2007

The indefensibility of torture.

Amnesty International, Queensland Branch, Brisbane, Australia

February 21, 2007

Torture and narrative: An absolute violation of the self.          

Confessions: Confounding Narrative and Ethics, A Symposium

Centre for Social Change Research

Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia

February 19, 2007

Torture and evil consequences.

University of the Sunshine Coast, Sippy Downs, Australia

February 15, 2007

On neither excusing, permitting, nor justifying torture.            

Faculty of Law Public Lecture Series

Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia

October 2006

The limitations of the dirty hands problem.

Atlantic Region Philosophical Association

University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University

Fredericton, New Brunswick

September 2006

Why privatization is not a general solution to environmental problems: Critical reflections on free-market environmentalism.

Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence Coalition

Moncton, New Brunswick

August 2006

Leibniz and the necessary actuality of evil: Questioning the absolute. Mount Allison University

Conference on the Philosophy of Religion

May 2006

Torture and emergency.

Canadian Philosophical Association Annual General Meeting

York University, Toronto, Ontario

March 2006

Dirty hands and the problem of torture.

Saint Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia

October 2005

Radically interpreting dead languages.

Atlantic Region Philosophical Association

Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Newfoundland

May 2005

Davidson, the indefinability of truth, and interpretation.

Canadian Philosophical Association Annual General Meeting

London, Ontario

May 2005

The limits of transcendence.

Society for European and Postmodern Thought Annual General Meeting

London, Ontario

 

October 2004

Lynch, the fluid a priori, and alethic realism.

Atlantic Region Philosophical Association

Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia

February 2004

Some reservations about cosmopolitan history.

Gesellschaftswissenschaftliches Institut Hanover

Moralität und Politik in Kants Religionsschrift Conference

Hanover, Germany

October 2003

Ethical pluralism and relativism.                   

Atlantic Region Philosophical Association

Universite de Moncton, Moncton, New Brunswick

May 2003

Devitt and anti-realism.

Canadian Philosophical Association Annual General Meeting

Halifax, Nova Scotia

February 2003

Anti-realism and reason.

Hanover Department of Philosophy

Hanover, Germany

January 2003

Resolving conflicts of interest.

HMCS Cabot Naval Reserve Division Professional Ethics Seminar

St. John’s, Newfoundland

October 2002

Why we must shelter individuals from environmental change.

Atlantic Region Philosophical Association

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

October 2002

Ethical problems with document falsification.

HMCS Cabot Naval Reserve Division Professional Ethics Seminar

St. John’s, Newfoundland

October 2000

Conceptual and pragmatic inadequacies of informed consent documents.

Canadian Bioethics Society, Ottawa

October 1994

Heidegger’s poet Führer.

Atlantic Philosophical Association Annual General Meeting

Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John’s, Newfoundland

March 1993

Heidegger’s task of thinking.

Canadian Graduate Student Conference in Philosophy

Calgary, Alberta

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