The Foundation has funded conferences on the most cutting-edge work in metaphysics, epistemology, and value theory. Please check out the pages below for free video lectures from these past conferences.
The Princeton Conference on Infinite Utility took place during October 2015 at Princeton University’s Palmer House. It was a joint venture between the Princeton University Philosophy Department and the Marc Sanders Foundation. Conference speakers included Nick Bostrom (Oxford), Mark Johnston (Princeton), Barbara Montero (CUNY), Peter Vallentyne (Missouri), Ram Sewak Dubey (Montclair State), Kenny Easwaran (Texas A & M), Philip Ehrlich (Ohio), Eddy Chen (Rutgers) and Daniel Rubio (Rutgers). Videos of many of these workshop-style presentations can be found belowRead More
The first Sanders Conference was held at Princeton University from November 1st – 3rd, 2013, on the topic of the philosophy of perception. These are recordings of the papers from each of the keynote speakers.Read More
Sanders Conference on Monism occurred on November 11-12, 2016 at Rutgers University and was organized by Jonathan Schaffer. Please see below for the papers presented at this conference.Read More
The Foundation partnered with Columbia University Philosophy Department to co-host a Metaphysics Conference from April 25th through April 27th, 2014. We do not have video of this conference, but the list of papers presented and speakers is below.Read More
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