Podcasts

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Keynote Address
Chair: Eva Kittay, Professor of Philosophy, Stony Brook University (podcast) 15:15. 65.7 MB

Martha Nussbaum, Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics, University of Chicago. Capabilities and Disabilities (podcast) 50:20. 193 MB
Michael Bérubé, Paterno Family Professor in Literature, Pennsylvania State University. Response (podcast) 18:03. 57.8 MB
Question & Answer Session (podcast) 39:20 203 MB
Keynote Address
Chair: Serene Khader, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Wheaton College
Leslie Francis, Professor and Chair of the Philosophy Department, Alfred C. Emery Professor of Law, University of Utah (podcast) & Anita Silvers, Professor of Philosophy, San Francisco State University. Rethinking “Conceptions of the Good” in Light of Intellectual Disabilities (podcast) 20:30 127 MB / 28:03 210 MB
Question & Answer Session (podcast) 7:50 58.1 MB

Panel: Alzheimer’s Disease
Chair: Tom Koch, Director of Information Outreach, Ltd., Vancouver, BC

Agnieszka Jaworska, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Riverside. The Ethics of Treatment of Individuals Whose Status as Persons is Thought to be Compromised or Uncertain (podcast) 31:54 164 MB
Bruce Jennings, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, Yale School of Medicine. Agency and Moral Relationship in Dementia (podcast) 23:13 107 MB
Jim Nelson, Professor of Philosophy, Michigan State University. Alzheimer’s Disease and Socially Extended Mentation (podcast) 21:13 93.2 MB
Hilde Lindemann, Professor of Philosophy, Michigan State University. Holding One Another (Well, Wrongly, Clumsily) in a Time of Dementia (podcast) 23:02 115 MB
Question & Answer Session (podcast) 21:31 116 MB
Expert Panel
Chair: Peter Williams, Professor of Preventive Medicine, Vice Dean of Academic Affairs, and Head of the Division of Medicine in Society, Stony Brook University School of Medicine
Douglas Biklen, Dean, School of Education, Syracuse University; Professor, Disability Studies; Director, Facilitated Communication Institute, Syracuse University. Presuming Competence: Why "Mental Retardation" is an Unhelpful Idea (podcast) 35:42 281 MB
James C. Harris, M.D., Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. A Developmental Perspective on the Emergence of Moral Personhood (podcast) 36:34 226 MB

Provost Lecture-Keynote
Chair: William Ruddick, Professor of Philosophy, NYU; Arthur Zitrin Professor of Bioethics and Director of the NYU Center for Bioethics

Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, University Center for Human Values, Princeton University. Speciesism and Moral Status (podcast) 47:24 268 MB
Question & Answer Session (podcast) 49:40 365 MB

Panel: Agency & Responsibility
Chair: Lawrence Becker, Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, College of William and Mary; Fellow of Hollins University

David Shoemaker, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Bowling Green State University. Responsibility, Agency, and Cognitive Disability (podcast) 31:20 172 MB
Cynthia Stark, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Utah. Reasons, Persons, and Capabilities (podcast) 23:00 155 MB
Question & Answer Session (podcast) 10:24 63 MB

Keynote Address
Chair: Licia Carlson, Expository Writing Program, Harvard University

Ian Hacking, Professor Emeritus, Collège de France (Chaire de philosophie et histoire des concepts scientifiques) and University Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto. How We Have Been Learning to Talk About Autism (podcast) 42:07 264 MB
Victoria McGeer, Princeton University Center for Human Values. Response (podcast) 28:56 196 MB
Question & Answer Session (podcast) 30:30 201 MB

Panel: Cognitive Disability and the Concerns of Justice
Chair: Anita Ho, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of British Columbia

Sophia Wong, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Long Island University. Duties of Justice to Citizens with Cognitive Disabilities (podcast) 25:25 90.2 MB
Licia Carlson, Expository Writing Program, Harvard University, Conference Co-Organizer. Unmasking Intellectual Disability in Philosophical Discourse (podcast) 29:25 113 MB
Anna Stubblefield, Associate Professor of Philosophy; Affiliate, Afro-American Studies Department and American Studies, Rutgers University, Newark. The Entanglement of Race and Cognitive Disability (podcast26:26 122 MB
Question & Answer Session (podcast) 30:36 175 MB

Keynote Address
Chair: David Velleman, Professor of Philosophy, NYU

Daniel Wikler, Mary B. Saltonstall Professor of Ethics and Population Health, Department of Population and International Health, Harvard School of Public Health. Paternalism and the Moderately Intellectually Disabled (podcast) 48:04 217 MB
Question & Answer Session (podcast) 12:43 67.7 MB
Chair: Lorella Terzi, Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Roehampton University
Jeffrey P. Brosco, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Director, Clinical Services, Mailman Center for Child Development. Limits of the Medical Model: Historical Epidemiology of Cognitive Disabilities in the US (podcast) 40:32 232 MB
Question & Answer Session (podcast) 14:49 79.1 MB

Keynote Address
Chair: Paul Weithman, Professor of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame

Jonathan Wolff, Professor and Department Chair, University College London, Philosophy. Cognitive Disability in A Society of Equals (podcast) 35:40 175 MB
Henry Richardson, Professor of Philosophy, Georgetown University.  Response (podcast) 17:40 90.8 MB
Question & Answer Session (podcast) 15:11 84.5 MB

Keynote Address
Chair: David Wasserman, Director of Research, Center for Ethics, Yeshiva University

Jeff McMahan, Professor of Philosophy, Rutgers University. Cognitive Disability, Cognitive Enhancement & Moral Status (podcast) 43:20 345 MB
Eva Kittay, Professor of Philosophy, Stony Brook University; Conference Co-Organizer. Response: High Stakes of Personhood (podcast) 27:30 145 MB
Question & Answer Session (podcast) 47:10 369 MB